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Title: The morning sentinel
Uniform Title: Morning Sentinel
Morning sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
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Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando, Fla.
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Publication Date: August 14, 1914
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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;VDLUME TWO ORLANDO, FLORIDA, FRIDA, AUGUST 14, 1914. NUMBER 159.





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Is Censored. London, Aug. 13.-A dispatch from Brussels, Belgium, via Paris, Aug.
the French foreign minister issued by 13. It is stated here today that the ,
the French embassy here today, reiterates intervention of the neutral powers is -
that the French troops be- to be asked for by the Belgian for- WILSON N AfIfR B BOOSTERS[ DEAL WAS CLOSED BY E. C.
GERMAN LEGIONS DRIVE BACK ALLIED ARMIES OF BEL- hind Muelhausen, Alsace, "have not eign minister through their diplomatic YOUNG WHO RECENTLY

GIUM, FRANCE AND ENGLAND TO WITHIN 15 retired but have victoriously resistedan representatives in the Belgian cap- SOLD "SUNNYSIDE"
entire German army corps." ital in reference to alleged repeated I OF f FOODPRICESSUGGESTS [S SI
1 MILES OF BRUSSELS, WHERE ALLIES A dispatch to the Exchange Tele- violation by the German troops in I -

S RALLY AND SAVE THE BELGIAN land graph, says company: from Basel, Switzer- Belgium conventions.of the Geneva and Hague PROSECUTION_ OF 40 ACRES[ Of G ORAPEFRUIT[ TREES[[

CAPITAL
\ "Following a terrible battle at M. Davignon, the Belgian foreign UNSCRUPULOUS DEAL-
Muelhausen, the hospital facilities minister, has drawn up a long list of I ERS IN NECESSARIES Name of Purchaser and the Con-
proved absolutely inadequate to care cases declared to be fully attested of sideration Could Not Be Ob-
Two..MilIion Men Are Face to Face for for the almost incredible number of the killing of the wounded, the abuseof tained, but Deal Has
wounded. Not only are all the hos the white flag, the killing of civilians Nation-Wide Investigation Will
Bloody Death Grapple. pitals filled but schools, churches and I and the seizure of private and Be Conducted by Depart- Been Closed

hotels are occupied to their capacity. public funds. ments of Justice and -
Even then it has been found necessa- Commerce Hon. W. C. Temple, who, as told in
Battle Line Extends for a Distance of 180 Miles-Liege and ry to charter special trains to convey BIG TOBACCO COMPANIES STOP the Sentinel, recently sold his big
the wounded to Mulheim and St. Lud- BUYING "Sunnyside" Winter
grove near Park
Namur Forts Still Hold Out'but Great German Army I
wig and other towns New York, Aug. 13.-(Special.)- Washington, Aug. 13.-President |I to Mr. Jason Meadows, of Orlando,
Has Passed Them By Leaving Two Army Corps ... "The latest estimates place the Ger- The British-American and Imperial Wilson today directed Attorney General for thirty thousand dollars, yesterdaysold

to Lay Siege-All.Reports Today's Fight-, man losses at from 8,000 to 10,000. tobacco companies have temporarily McReynolds to investigate re- I another big grove on the hard
i Germans Claim Victory suspended leaf buying in the South. cent increases in prices of foodstuffsand road between Winter Park and Mait-
ing Suppressed and Believed to A dispatch from Berlin, on the other They have ample supplies for a long to take up the question whether land. The deal was made throughE.
Favor Germany hand, says: "German troops near time. Thomas S. Fuller, counsel for any persons responsible can be prose- C. Young, who also brought about

t Muelhausen have captured ten French .the British-American company, said cuted. the sale of tle "Sunnyside" grove.
I officers, 500 men, four guns, ten wagons today that he didn't expect any seri- The president sent the followirf The grove is a property that has
London, Aug. 13.-(Special.)-Kaiser Wilhelm's legions are almost and many rifles." ous interruption of the company's .letter to the attorney general: been greatly admired by all who have
According to their report German business, which will undoubtedly be "The rapid and unwarranted increase passed along the road between Winter -
at the,gates of. Brussels, and a great battle is on between I
territory has been cleared of French.It resumed as soon as shipping can be in the prices of foodstuffs in Park and Maitland, and is said tobe
them and the allied troops of Belgium, France and England.For is stated also that the Lagarde opened. t this country upon the pretext of the one of the finest young groves in
two days'there has been desperate fighting. The Germans German troops took more than 1,000 1[ conditions existing in Europe: is so the state. It consists of forty acres
advanced to Louvain, 15 miles east of Brussels, where King Albert i prisoners-about one-sixth of two defeated 400' AMERICANS FROM BERLIN serious I 1 and vital a matter that I take all planted in grapefruit, and part of
French REACH ANTWERP [ the liberty of calling attentionto which is in bearing, the balance
regiments. your beingset
of.Belgium is .in. personal command. But the allies rallied and. Amsterdam- Holland, Aug. 13.A I it. ; in young trees. The grove toucheson
drove them back.Zesterdayr special train bringing 400 Americans :
Lake Maitland.The .
THE WEATHER I-world be very much obliged if
and today ,the armies have"been locked in death from Berlin, arrived here at 3 o'clock :; you would advise me whether thereis name of the purchaser and the
grapple at Haelen and Diest, about thirty miles east of Brussels. Florida: Local thunder showers this morning. The party, under direction : under existing law, any action consideration was not given out, but
The censors have allowed some details of the first day's fight Friday and probably Saturday. of the American ambassador : which the department of justice could the transfer of the papers only awaits
to Germany, James W. Gerard, continued the completion of the abstract.
ing;which are favorable to the allies, to be given out, but today's Get the news in the Sentinel first. on the train to Rotterdam. take, either by way of investigation The
,j or legal process, and what federal party purchasing the grove bought it
struggle.was far more bloody and far more important, and every-
legislation if any would in your judg- as an investment and it will be subdivided -
thing possible has been suppressed. The inference is plain that went be justifiable and warrantablein into smaller groves and placedon

the'news is not good.news from viewpoint of the allies.It fOOD r PRICES l f GO UP r IN NEW YORK the circumstances."I the market this fall. Mr. Young
will handle the
after the
is the e extreme right wing of the northern army of Germany feel that this is a matter whichwe subdivision is made.property
which is striking. at' Brussels the river can not let by without tryingto
crossing Meuse to the pass

north' of the untaken forts at Liege. This army has gone west WHILE TON Of VEGETABLES[ [ l[ ROT| country serve ought the country.to be defended Certainly, if possible the- Those grove familiar say it with is a this very big valuable grapefruit -

along the Dutch border, trying to flank the allies on the left. against men who would take piece of property and the considera-

Just what force the invaders have has not yet developed, but .it is I advantage of such circumstances to tion was certainly up in the thou

.certain they are powerful. It is reported 17,000 men were engaged I New York, Aug. 13. (Special.)- vestigations and have reported a i increase, the price of food and the sands.
yesterday around Haelen and the Germans fought with the I Mayor Mitchel and District Attorney J thousand tons of vegetables rottingin difficulties of living."Faithfully. i
TWO GERMAN
confidence of men who know they have strong support at their Whitman today set in motion investi-I the railroad yards around the city. yours, SIGHTED IN WARSHIPS BALTIC ARE
back. t'gations to disclose and bring The mayor today said that there is (Signed) "Woodrow Wilson"Favors '
ishment those responsible for the increasing i no longer any ground for belief that Legislation If Necessary
German cavalry now hold Huy, half way between Liege and Stockholm, Sweden, via London,
I prices of foodstuffs, clothing.j the war is responsible for high prices The president took the questionof
t up
Namur on the Meuse river, and also Marcheles Dames, only a few 'and household necessities here, except in case of commoditieswhich increasing prices the first thing today Aug. 13.-Two German warshipswere

miles above Namur., They are also in fforce around Landen, but '/ The mayor named a committee of originate abroad or of which I. and was impressed by the pressure observed off Landsort, an islandin
Belgian cavalry has cut their communication in the rear. I'fifty who will meet at the city hall the raw product' must be imported. of the situation. He at once de the Baltic, yesterday and today.

In addition to,fighting about,Hasselt, Diest, Haelen and toward ,tomorrow and begin work. The committee I District Attorney Whitman will cided that legal action should betaken Gotland vessels reports say that German
war are seen frequently cruis-
| will have almost as sweeping take personal charge of the govern- if possible and that if there
Louvain which of decisive
preliminary a action, there seems to ing in that vicinity.
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i powers as a military board in time of ;: ment investigation here and if sufficient were no law covering the questionnew
be more or less steady fighting along afront of 180 miles, from and proper evidence be forth- legislation should be passed. Advices from Finland indicate that
the environs of Brussels to Pont-Amusson, just above Nancy. war.To force the price of foodstuffs down I coming John Doe proceedings will be i Officials said the president consid the the Rusian fleet is still in control of
Finnian
Two million men are lined up along this front and all are now ; to their honest, normal level the police -i undertaken to fix the personal responsibility -1 I ered that in many cases the increaseswere gulfs.

in readiness for the real test of courage. power will be used if necessary. i'i i 4'r the unjustifiable advance wholly unjustifiable. When he department of commerce could rent -
The Liege and Namur forts are still fighting, but the main Ger- Hundreds of detectives have already I'I fin I i the price of foodstuffs and otherI returned from Mrs. Wilson's burial a der valuable assistance along the
been to make in- material necessities of life.
specially assigned Rome, Ga., resolutions already had lines indicated .
man army has passed them by, leaving two army corps with -
been introduced in the house
calling "When we have become somewhat

heavy The guns indications to besiege are them.that Germany plans to lay siege to the SIX SHIPS S CHARTERED A TO BRIN G GE G':'!on department the department of justice of to commerce report what and more tion I familiar hope to with be able the to exact make situa-you t

Liege forts. Germans are constructing batteries. north of the action they were taking. PresidentWilson's some suggestions in respect to legal


city.The o'clock Germans this morning resumed and the since offensive that hour at Haelen the fighting and Diest has at been five AMERICANS[ I HOME E FROM f f EUROP E action however and he before,probably was interest had wholly it would in not apart the been have from situation for taken that the, tion."The been proceedings making department investigations or appropriate has for some in various legisla time


continuous. -- death in the White House. directions concerning the price of
Washington, Aug. 13.-(Special.)-.gaging more ships. I Special agents of the departmentof foodstuffs.
'''SWEDEN' MOBILIZING TO PRESERVE NEUTRALITY Following a meeting of the general Five transports now at Galveston justice throughout the country and "Faithfully yours,
i I will be used as relief ships.A investigators of the department of "James
relief board, Secretary of War Gar- C. McReynolds, Attorney
London, Aug. 13.-(Special.)The official press bureau of the dispatch from Geneva states'that commerce are available to collect evidence General.
war office announces that Sweden is mobilizing her navy and defense ,'rison announced today that six American 500 Americans have .sailed for Amer for any action the attorney The president at once instructed
organization in order to preserve her neutrality ships with a carrying capacity of I ica on the steamer Undina. general may think warranted. The Secretary Redfield to have his agents
8,000 passengers will be assembled at The navy department said today department of labor also has a corpswhich begin similar investigations.
Newport News at an early date and that after touching at Falmouth, has become very expert ingathering House Asks for Light
REPORT OF U. ,S. AMBASSADOR FRANCE AND HER ALLIES ARE
LEAVING BERLIN NOT DISPLEASED WITH sent across the Atlantic to bring back England, the cruiser Tennessee would I evidence of.the increasedcost Three resolutions calling for infor-
CONFIRMED TURKEY Americans in Europe.In go to some Holland port and thence : of living. mation as to "war prices" on food
addition. these vessels others to a port in the Baltic. The North Attorney General Gets Busy stuffs in the United States were referred
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will be chartered in Europe and an- Carolina will also touch at Falmouth,I' Attorney. General McReynolds at to Secretary Redfield by Chairman -
Washington, Aug. 13.-(Special)- Paris, Aug. 13.-It is declared here other'meeting of the relief board will where she will be given further inI,i once replied to the president as follows Adamson of the house interstateand
Ambassador James W. Gerard's re- that the alleged purchase by Turkeyof be held tomorrow with a view to en- structions. I 1 : > foreign commerce committee. The
porte trip from Berlin to Holland the. German cruisers Goeben, and I I "I have your letter of August 13, resolutions call upon the department
had no official confirmation today at in reference to the
Breslau as announced at Constantinople IIIHIIIIIMMiMMIIMMHifMHIIIMiliiltMlitMlThe unwarranted increase of commmerce to explain why prices
,either the White House on the state in the price of foodstuffs. have when
department It was stated no instructions probably will be the subject of a Sentinel As an Advertising "The head of our special agentshas food gone practically up has the been exportation stopped by of

had been sent the ambassador demand for explanation on the part been instructed to give directionsto the European war. =
to levee) Berlin, and it is surmised of France and her allies., Medium his men throughout the country I to The resolutions were introduced in
that }f the reports correct he The two warships in the Dar-
are in
were begin investigations order to ascertain the house by
A patron: of the Sentinel classified columns writes us Representatives Kelley,
,merely accompanied homeward,bound danelles, which they had entered after ; the real facts and I am sendingthe Moore and Farr of Pennsylvania. -
Ameman ,refugees to Holland Turkey had declared that ,as follows:
as a passage1 various district attorneys similar 'directed inquiries through the department
safeguard. closed. The,action of Turkey will be '"Our advertisement in the .Sentinel of potato vines instructions. This should enable us: of commerce. Chairman Adamson -
considered an offense against France, has brought_orders.from. different persons for more to secure some definite information in' expects that the departmentwill -
Curs\ & O'Neal will have in a few Great Britain and Russia,and the outlook : , ,than -four thousand vines. It pays advertise in the respect of true conditions. ( make replies which will render
days ,War maps 15c. pocket and 50c. is that the Turks will be called SentineL"MMIHIIMMiMMilHIIIIilliillllMIIMIMIIilllliT ""May I take the liberty of suggesting |unnecessary action by the house on

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Up to 50c yard,now,..........."............. 25c tice. Too many of this grade in stock. \ per pair,now will be sold out at $
WOOL GOODS'REMNANTS 1.2 PRICE.Men's /
LADIES' 'WAISTS $2.00
Work Shirts
$1.00 and$1.50 Kinds now......................'50c
Reguar 50c Shirts now .......................... 35c -

; I MEN'S PANTS LADIES' HATSAny GINGHAMS AND PERCALESWe

$1.50 and$2.00 Pants now ..................... $1.00
$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 always
1 $3.50 to $5.50'Pants now.........!....:...... $3.00LADIES' sell "Toile Du Nord" Ginghams at 12 l-2c any old time
and we have the best real 84x84 count percales, that
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. ,. ,of Mexico from Madero'to Huerte < .
a young American was In the cap .' '

ital of that country to see what was to .
'V be 'seen. Paul Stanford was wealthy : : : '
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tnd tin Tires 'Through the Clouds "
'i. had not settled down,to any business .

| .> or profession. He spent his time ,
I wherever. there war any excitement. A wonderful
picture in four
Coring"that long period when the Balkan parts.

I? states were preparing to resist Involving the limit in dare-devil, death

their masters the Turks. Stanford was defying aeronautics
r altitudinous
V t there watching the preliminary move- acting
I meat and joined'in one of the expeditions and sky high photography.
'which set out from Bulgaria.
l\ BECAUSE The most
I And now when Mexico was in a tuV > marvelous wierdly, wonderful -
moil he was observing the struggle picture filmed.
ever
t )I, among the various factions.. One day
i whlle dining at a restaurant he made
|\ the acquaintance f'a Mexican who
' eat at the same table with him: Senor
r; Jose Sandoval offered to show the Remember this is an Exhibiton that
\ American the,sights'of the capital and
piloted him from one curiosity to another -
4 We Before Stands
i thus acquiring his fervent friend Bought Alone.

I ship. Then Sandoval offered to Introduce .
his new acquaintance some of
,, the Mexican'ladles. Stanford assented
"! and was taken to call Senorita
upon
I' Maria Molina. You Simply Must See It.

Stanford's women acquaintances the'Advance X-l
c'* were not added to. because he was sat
t isfied to spend all his time with Senorita .
'i| Molina. She', was .very pretty In
4 I and had all the coquettish ways of a conjunction with this wonderful

'Spanish"girl picture we are showing two reel special
I "Well, said Sandoval one day, some

>' time you think after of the the introduction senorita I ,have"What made do And they are yours as long as they last at feature.produced by your favorite Company 1

you' acquainted with?" and players, The Vitagraph Co., of
a "She is very fascinating, but at the
I| same time very unsatisfactory.? "BEFORE THE ADVANCE" PRICES.oiotonM America, featuring Lillian Walker and

"Unsatisfactory" ? What do you mean Wallie Van in"CUTEY'S ,
by that?
\| "I can't make her out. I don't know
whether she is fooling me for a puri WIFE 1
pose or whether she has given, me a ,
bit of her heart"J
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, J scruttnMngly.Sandoval looked'"Explain at the," he American said. . A comedy you should not miss. i

4 "There is something about her that Absolutely the best balanced ,
makes me distrust,her." replied Stan show 1

ford. of the seaso .
"Well then why do you not take !
pains to learn something about her?'
j v ,"How can I do that? Orlando 3
t "Observe when the goes out; then go 1

.J+ 10n.Into"her house and-well: look about ORCHESTRAThe }

I ., "Spy on her!"asked Stanford sternly.
f., "Call It what you like. You 'are In best show in the city, in the best
love with her. Being In love with her,
I presume you wish to'marry her. Are Theatre in the State.

you so squeamish that you would mar J
ry a woman who may be an adven-
turess rather than satisfy yourself that MMtftflMttimtlMMI .
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wife Sandoval. Stanford?" continued listened:but'did not'reply. ..TKE[ NEW[ GRAND j John B. Stetson UniversityLINCOLN lOc : 299 !

"1 am too\fond of you not to try toi
i prevent you from making a misalli HULLEY, Ph.D., litl.D., LL.D. President
ance. Either do' what I suggest or HOTEL : :
drop,Senorlta Molina at once and never I DeLAND, FLORIDATHE
,see her again."' I .
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"" DEPARTMENT OF ARTS AND SCIENCES
Stanford acted upon neither of these I Courses leading to the degrees of Master of Arts and Sciences.
alternatives at once. Indeed he never Absolutely First Class : !, THE COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS FOR MEN-16 Carnegie units required
Intended to act either of them. for admission. Twenty-one departments in all
\ upon I
; THE COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS FOR WOMEN woman dean separate lU S llf [ Winter
But
one day he called on his enchantress -
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during her absence'' from home, ;: ;; THE COLLEGE OF LAW-Course leading to the LL. B. degree. Graduates ad- ,
and Sandoval's suggestion came buzzIng -' J and cold water. : mitted to practice in Florida without examination.THE .
: COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING-Courses in Civil, Mechanical. Electricaland
about his ears like,a bumblebee. Oldest College and Most Beautiful
Open round. : Chemical engineering leading to degrees. Grounds in Florida
But he could not stoop to spy upon the ypar THE COLLEGE FOR TEACHERS-Especially for Florida teachers, strong nor-
,Roman he loved. Having been told J: Summer ,rates through :Jj i mal courses and special teachers' courses. College, Academy, Music, Expression, Fine Art Do- ,
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THE COLLEGE OF BUSINESS-Besides Banking Book-keeping. Accounting *
that Senorita Molina would be
not long ::| August and, September. 1 Shorthand Typewriting, courses in History, Law. Economics and Finance. mestic and Industrial Arts, Business, Teacher's Course.
he sat down in a to .
gone corner waitfor
THE ACADEMY Sixteen units for graduation. Prepares for Harvard Yale. Twelve
buildings steam heat electric
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her. He fell Into a doze, from I Princeton Chicago and all hgh grade colleges. lights, fire pro
which be was awakened by a man's: ORLANDO, FLA :: THE SCHOOL OF MECHANIC ARTS-For boys and young men desiring tection fine gymnasium no malaria, quarter million dol

voice in the hall speaking in Spanish. 7-23-lm 1:1: THE SCHOOL manual training OF MUSIC, mechanical-Separate drawing teachers, &for:e- piano, pipe organ,Violin,voice lar endowment. Three teachers of music, $5,000 organ,
"Senorita I' have brought word to I harmony and chorus work. a dozen pianos, two Glee Clubs, chorus class. Superb new
'you at the risk of my life. The general )itiiiiMMtmmiiiniitiFOR I, THE SCHOOL OF FINE ARTS-Free hand and life drawing. Painting oil. rooms for business school, full banking equipment. New
and color.
Pastel water
says that you have' done so much chemical and physical laboratories, equipped with

'tor hopes the you Constitutional will not refuse cause to that do this he SALEAT SPECIAL ATTENTION IS CALLED TO modern device; analysis of soils, fertilizers, foods, water.every

one thing more. The president' must 1. The Preiminary\Coone in Agriculture Botany, Biology, Organic and Inorganic Preparation for engineering course.
';e"- Chemistry qualitative and quantative analysis, Agricultural chemistry Lakes, boating swimming, golf, tennis, football,
Here the man's voice A- Mineralogy."Geology&c. Christian, but undenominational
dropped so lob 2. The Pre-Medical Physiology, Biology, AnaUmy Histology, Bacteriology ; expenses moderate.
that Stanford failed to hear him. ,There Zoology, Botany;'"General Chemistry Inorganic Chemistry, Qualitative Scholarships available. For catalogue address
Was a, reply also In'a low voice-Se- and Quantitative Chemistry..
BARGAINThree 3. The Coarse for Religeoas Workers-In Bibical Literature. History. English
norita
MoUna'a-and
then a man's footsteps WILLIAM
I FREMONT
Pedagogy Ethics, Logic and Theism. BLACKMAN
were heard leaving 'the house ,
followed by a woman's going upstairs. 1;
ten tracts Ph. D, LL. D. President
acre on
''Stanford did not like the idea of the I ,
lady's knowing that he had her secret I Orlando and Kissimmee road. LAAJj
occurred to him to leave before she f T1
should come downstairs. The twilight only two.and one half miles

had come, on. and. going out through from the post office, Orlando.I
the door he made his way under some
trees and dlsap }red. Will sell one or all. The
The next he NeY r1auftReru$3.OOCLYDE $
day met SandovaL The ll
will double when the
J latter noticed that he looked troubled. price

"Hare you met Senorita Molina lately brick road is laid. Other I II &pyor.m }w
,". he asked .of.the American. I / .
"I have not I had a word with her small tracts lor grove purposes I

since I saw you last." was the reply, at buying values. Also
and Stanford turned the conversation
into another channel But, what he desirable groves and city LINE THE MARKETOf
had overheard troubled him. He believed ,
that he'knew what was meant property at prices that com-

by' the unfinished sentence. He was mand attention. Direct Line From Jacksonville
horrified I that the girl he loved shouldbe Only Cleanliness Of QualityFRESH
an assassin. He brooded over the
matter till be felt that he must prevent Cooper $ Atha
her from staining her fair hands with AND SALT MEATS .
111 South Drug Are, Ground Fleer I
blood. Whom could he trust? No
one Fare Includes Meals and Stateroom AccofflHodaliOBS
FISH AND GAME
but his friend SandovaL He told San PkOM NO. 311 I

doval that the president's life was hi Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
danger and asked him to impart the Tickets on Sale Until September 30th,
warning to the man it concerned. San WE FIT GLASSES. GRIND LENSES I \t Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh
doval did' not ask him where he had and Good Returning From New York up and pure.

hours acquired after the the information.Interview But Stanford two AND DO ALL KINDS OF I to and Including October 31st. Ships We invite inspection and guarantee satisf aetfoa. We have

called on Senorita Molina, to learn that OP'ZICAL REPAIRING Scheduled to Sail Tuesdays, Thursdays everything in the Meat Line f
she had been :arrested and taken away..
The next day he,received a farewell Saturdays at 2:00 P. M. The
PARLOR
from her written before she;was to be MARKET
secretly executed.. She said"she loved 9 For Further Particulars Apply to
'
him.,Before leaving Mexico Stanford H. M. Self & Co.

leaned'that his friend Sandoval was H. WENZEL, Fla. Pass. Agent PINE .
a member of the ,secret !police; He 'DR. L H. RAMSDEU STREET-
bad used the lover to trap.the woman
be loved. OPTOMETRIST JACKSONVILLE FLA.
Phone No. 80
Stanford has never recovered and (Saeeenor to Dr. 0. P. Lite
vver will recover from blow.
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$ Sort, 'Firm SeitiielMORKIN6 ) I AT SEA .3 rUfNPY1.1': :: ;
Famine prices for food throughoutthe Dunn's Commercial Agency for the .
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n AND WEEKLY United States are arbitrarily close of last week says: Paris, Aug. '13.-To encourage :

JOfiiAH FERRIS. E It.r sect Omen speculative and criminal, says the "Business is, with remarkable power commerce during the war the French :

i' '!Mend at the puttoffu* at Orlando, Florfta. New York World. They have been of resistance, adapting itself to government, it is announced, will : .
. Y Second Clan Mail Matter. imposed atta time when the greatest conditions unprecedented in the his- I cover war risks on importations and I

k t SUBSCRIPTION RATES 'crops ever known are maturing and tory of the world. Never has this exportations by sea. Vessels under :

Dally 1 Year ..........................$5.00 in the face of an embargo upon for. country given more convincing proofof ,the French flag will be covered to 8 :
Ifcfly. I Month .................... .. 2.50 that its ,
Daily. I Months ...................... Libher eign commerce may last long ability to meet grave emergen- per cent. of their value, while the total :
1 Month ....................... (0 enough to glut our warehouses. cies promptly and effectively. Already I value of cargoes under the French : .

-t Weekly. 1 Year ........................ LOO It is thus that the war-makers of conspicuous progress has been flag or the flags of allies or neutral .
'eekIJ. I Mootht \...;......,......... .71 the earth heap terror upon terror and made in the work of preventing demoralization states will be covered in consideration : ,
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( add suffering to suffering. The worst in the markets and grebe of a premium.
TO
ADVERTISERS:
\ of'their offenses is not always to serving order and sanity in alt j
,c." fr, alcplay u4.aD tttcr kaa4MtafrertUac seen upon the field of battle. Savagery branches of trade. 4
<: nut kc landed la at the kuteeMflct GERMAN WARSHIP OFF NORTH
.f the flatted net later clan I p. .. there has some redeemingtraits "So far as this favored country is .
'tae *r Mere pib eatloL ThU role applies such as courage, devotion and concerned, the worst of the financial CAROLINA COAST 4
I* iMages for eoatract rertUar: It UyiTarlahie _
sad,wIG he UrieUy adhered to. sacrifice, In the market place it is stress is over, and the markets are 4I

StMribep 'd&tog The Sentinel d eon- altogether sordid and calculating. Iconflict n gradually getting into a position Beaufort, N. C., Aug. 13.-A Ger- :
pleura !ihonld notify the office in writing entbe war kills and maims strongmen. where material advantage may be derived man warship is off the North Carolina :
e' date of expiration, otherwise it will be In trade it starves the from the disturbance. coast about miles
onUaued at the rerolar subscription rates, 'aged, Interruption forty to sea, I
flU aoty to stop fa receded.f the young, the weak. to export trade, due to the according to the commander of the : +
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The movement in congress to investigate situation in foreign exchange and J United States fish commission seamer :
f FRIDAY, AUGUST 14, 1914.
this outrageous increase in withdrawal of ocean shipping facilities Fish Hawk, operating off Beaufortbar. I
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the prices of provisions may be useful is now the chief cause of the When the Fish Hawk put in : iWE'RE

f. The war has made it easier to bear in a way, but it will not promptly trouble, export freights beginning to here today her master said reports : OFF ON THE GREATEST MERCHANDISE

for the cities with tail-end ball clubs.i reach the evil. What is needed is instant pile up in the shipping centers, bu picked up by him indicated the wart ; VENTURE OF OUR '

activity on the part of the department concerted measures are being taken ship had been cruising off the coasts -

-i Kaiser Bill is completely out of the of justice. There can be no to relieve the condition as far a in this vicinity for the past three CAREER.. GET ABOARD!

competition for the peace prize this such general and exorbitant markingup practicable." days. : Yesterday was the first day of HAPPY

year. of food prices in the absence of WEEK at this Store. You never saw anywhere -

f'p ''combination and conspiracy. BASEBALL RESULTS RELATIONS BETWEEN AUSTRIA a merrier or better-natured lot of

The Orlando band will put the go intango AU of our laws against trusts, unfair AND ITALY STRAINED shoppers than filled our aisles-:and you

f at the Daytona Beach labor business practices, monopolies, never saw any shoppers so highly cleased
f celebration. conspiracies and combinations are so National League with their purchases.Of .
4 flay f much blank paper if in a time like Paris, Aug. 13.-A dispatch from course, the main cause of the
New York 3, Boston 5. unconfined -
I"
,. i 0 this, when American Rome declares that the departure 'of
granaries are joy of our patrons, was the
Brooklyn 3, Philadelphia 0. sensa-
It is ,worthy of note that Oyster bursting and there is no immediate the Austro-Hungarian ambassador to tional lowness of prices. We're
clearing
2-5 St. Louis 12.
has not to date issued neutrality Pittsburg Way, Kajetan Merey de Kapos-Mere
Bay a prospect of an outlet elsewhere, food out summer stocks, and have slashed
; t proclamation. can be cornered as it is today. American League stated to be for reasons of health, prices to the quick. I

o o Cleveland 6, Detroit 3. was really due to the situation resulting While we're enjoying Happy Week buy

't f The government has issued a warning COVERING THE WAR NEWS Boston 0, New York 1. from the failure of his effort to liberally of the bargains offered, and
Philadelphia 7, Washington 0. obtain Italian ,support for Austria you'll have
,
against the so-called anti-fat rem cause to remember it as the
: edies. This don't I St. Louis-Chicago; rain. and Germany.Eat most gladsome event
to
apply baling hayor There is much needless, discussion you ever attended.. .

grubbing palmetto roots. going on about the state just now Federal League POSITIVELY EVERYTHING SHOWN
what want.
0 betwen papers taking the Associated Indianapolis 2, Buffalo 1. Eat all you you want. THIS SEASON REDUCED.We .

;t Unknown, unnamed,and unmarked, Press service and the Hearst or In St. Louis 0, Brooklyn 1. Take a postscript and forget it. draw
4 save by a number over their graves, ternational News Service. Chicago-Pittsburg; rain. For sale by all druggists. to-day. special attention to these for

wiU be the fate of the men who reallyfight The Associated Press papers takeing Kansas City 4, Baltimore 2. l7d&wlyriitiiiMMiititiiiiitimt

j. the battles of Europe's war. the pony service have nothing, South Atlantic League

o on the papers taking a similar service Columbia' 3, Augusta 1. Fancy LawnsA

If those six ships chartered by th Both are good, but the Evening Jacksonville 4, Columbus 1. .
government to bring Americans homare' eRecord e is willing any day to comparewith Savannah 11, Charleston 3. magnificient assortment to choose

successful in bringing _in all the'defaulters the similar service taken from Albany 6, Macon 6. Nine innings; MC1ULLOCtI'S'Department! from, a big range of dainty new designs,

the rewards will pay .ex I.the Associated Press by the papersnot darkness. new colorings, and new combination
r ,j>erises. getting the full leased wire ser effects, including the new chintz's, new
-o Southern League two, three, four and five toned effects,

"' If armies travel vice.The Evening Record is far frombeing Memphis 8-5, Chattanooga 71. { Store I .and they are all of this seasons goods-
on their stomachs
in accord with Mr. Hearst on Nashville 11-1, Atlanta }-0. nothing old about them at aU.'Ve'fe .
as some one who knows more about it .
than the Sentinel the British almost all public policies, but the Birmingham 4, Mobile 1. ,been selling them right along at
says, fact must be realized that he gathersabout New Orleans-Montgomery; wet 12 l-2c. and 15c., Happy Week Price is
wise in Tumblers
were selecting a Kitchenerfor Jelly
.
,minister. him regardless of expense the grounds.ilMlltlMIIIHIMIIMIti ;
i war best writers to be secured and his 7 1-2 cents

o newspaper service gets the news-all :
Newspaper readers not satisfied Fruit Jars
are
the news that can be secured and as .
unless there are a few thousand.killed accurate as possible in this time of T. F. HOURfflAN ..... Dress Ginghams
each the
Give
day. armies
.a
stress for the
q chance to in newspaper correspon all kindsrreserving Do you think you bought enough r
yes-
get shooting distance of dent when the wire systems of Licensed Plumber and
each other and there will be plenty Sanitary Engineer terday to carry you through? We have
Europe are practically non-existent
= doing. over 200 designs. for you to choose from
so far as he is concerned.-St Augustine Estimates Furnished. Jobbing and of them
one
every good. Perhaps
o Promptly Attended to. you
Record.Who
eUles don't want the, 10 yards
we are selling to
The famous
Three Friends
tug
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be all of
.; one pattern? well, we'll help
,chased by war ships Sunday night off is your painter and decorator? you
out
106 Court Street we'll cut length
you any you want of
the North Carolina coast The Three If you are satisfied keep the one you
s Friends had lots of practice in. escaping have; if not, phone W. T. Entrican, I ORLANDO, FLORIDA any pattern as long as you take the 10
No. 636. 1-20-tf 20 S. Avenue.MlillMMMItitMtltlllt yards.
war vessels during'her filibustering | Orange .

j I fcal-lm The 10 yards is worth-and those who
days.
Read the advertisements daily. ;: MlililMMMMIIIIMM have already bought know it-$1.25. .
o
Happy Week Sale Price is, 10 yards for
Somehow we just can't get any r
more excited over the wounding or I HiiiliillitlllllilMIIMMMMMMIMIHHItlMIMiilHIIIIMIHIMMIMMMilWe 85 cents

capture of the German crown prince n
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than.over the fate of any other hu- Fresh Seed

rnan,being. The world would man : Ladies' Bathing SuitsWe
age to wag along without crown I
any
princes. I_ are new receiving New, Fresh Seed. Oall or Write for PricesMcELROY'S have a magnificent assortment, an

o : assortment that many a store of twice our

The Clearwater Sun accuses the : PHARMACYGive dimensions would be proud to offer to

4' Sentinel of turning the Liege forts : ns a Trial. Qaick Delivery in Drugs. PHONE 20. Try our Ice Cream.MilillMiMMMIMMIMMillliMMMIIIMIMMMIItllHIiMMIII. their customers. We have them in all the
over ,to the Germans. Nothing of I corrects Fabrics, including fine qualitiesof
that kind doing in-these columns, but . pure Mohair Brilliantine, all wool and

the Sun' of Tuesday afternoon delivered : part Wool Mixture, Satin and Satin Mes-

', 'the whole works to the Kaiser's : saline, colors Navy and Black, trimmed

fighting men. : with combination colorings. Prices ranged
from to
0 $2.00 $10.00.
, The Sentinel : I
dispatches
; yesterday We have made a "DIP" into these
3 faorning carried the news that Eng- :
prices that will
positively astonish
land 'had declared war against Austria : you.

-Hungary. Papers using other JfWflRY fOR THE WfDDING You'll be happy when you see the
s ,than the International News service goods, but far happier when you'ascertain

carry this item twelve to twenty- : the reductions.
; four hours later.
y 0 For the bride, countless things in Silver, Cut We've "SWamped" the profits. '

Glass and Fine China. Rare jewels of every de-
France and England will exert
ft evtery Are
q you Happy? We are!
effort to maintain their merchant scription. ,
:
T marine daring the war. It may de- For Bridesmaids. Ladies of Honor, Flower
I
velop that only 'to the extent of the Art Needlework PacketsWe
German importations from this country Girls, etc., Bracelets, Brooches Bar Pins, La Val-

will our commerce with other najtions liers Wristlet \Vatches, Silver Vanity,. Cases, are clearing out our Stock of the

be affected.) We have the goods Purses, Card Cases, etc. : famous D. M. C. Make. Many a "Happy

; find as long as the markets of the For the ushers-Cuff Links, Coat Chains, Two- : Hour" can be passed making the hundreds
,world are open .to us this will continue I of many dainty articles that can be pro-
Pocket Chains Full Dress Sets Gold and Silver
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the richest and most prosper duced from these well known packets.
' ous nation on earth. Pen Knives, Pencils, etc. : Your choice, "Happy Week" one-half

; w---0- : the marked price.DIOKSON'IYES.
Let us help you with your wedding present
I
- A thousand tons of vegetables are
problems. .
r allowed to rot in the New York railroad -

' ; yards in order that the price of
'
foodstuffs may be advanced "on ac-

Vount of the war in Europe. No I aT.I1.vansthe

more striking example of the power .

of a trust was ever exhibited. The !
r._, 'government has taken a hand, but the K [ CO.

law is slow in accomplishing results.

Prosecutions may follow, but mean
time people will suffer and starve not

,, because there is not enough and] to Jeweler I

1" spare, but because a combination of DEPARTMENTAL STORE t
I'
men have ,agreed that they will use

the war as ,an excuse to further enrich ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE
; themselves. The investigation : OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE

t will stir things up, but they will not .. II

; accomplish results quick, enough to : EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVINGMJMHmilHIIMIIIIIIItlllllMHHMMMMMiMlinHiiiMMIHMHM
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S. S.
ORLANDO, FLA. Open 2 p. m. and 6:30 p. m. j
: Grll.i -
Admission 5 cents Inspector Pulsifer Expected to Close .
I
r'Z 7F R l: '. lr U UItMAllen's"
,tY the Mr city.'John Hunt of Clermont, Is in, i IMHItilttMIIMItiMIIITODArS Bids and Offers Accept Made One of ,. .-i'

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BUYS AND SELLS PROGRAM r
Mr. and Mrs. Kirk Gordon have returned
from a two weeks stay at CorInado Nestor. "Almost a White Hope; or The time limit for the submission :

, Beach. REAL ESTATE How Husband.a Nightmare" Comedy.Cured a Wayward of proposed locations for the post- "Get II t

-. Eclair. "The Cross in the Cacti." office for the next five years, or until
W. H. Graeser ."of Formosa A Western melodrama, in two parts. : the new government building is ready, ... } :.' .

.left yesterday:for Sanford, where he I ;. 600 acres south of WinI expires tomorrow. The number of t .. .. '....j, .
Expects to put in a large 'celery crop LITTLE PAULINE BUMBY CELE- sites offered has not been made pub- .
this fall.' I ter Garden and west of BRATED FOURTH BIRTHDAY lic, and the site that has been most 1- 1

I Gotha, including 10 acre prominently mentioned is the room : Give us a chance to show

1 i Mr. S. J. B. Irwin one of Maitiknd's orange grove. The en- Pauline, the pretty little daughterof formerly occupied by the People's National you the newest styles in
.
bank in the Arcade ,
citizens and livest building on
progressive tire tract covered with Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Bumby, celebrated watches.
tfeos'ters, was in the city,'yesterday Pine street
: her fourth birthday yesterdaywith 1
afternoon. yellow pine timber. Two a party which was one of the In view of the fact that the govern- We will trade in your present
'1 ment building is likely to be ready watch or movement, allowing
miles of lake shore.MIHIIMIItllimiMMI. most delightful events the little folk
'f j Jack Carter, who has ben spending have enjoyed in some time. Upon the for the postoffice before the expira- .... : you a liberal amount.If .
l Some time in the city left this morning arrival of the guests various games tion of five years, and that fixtures you have any idea of 1
for his home in Orlando.-Clear- were enjoyed and great amusement : for the postoffice, such as lock boxes, getting a watch we would !
appreciate
' Sun. BAND WILL GO TO DAYTONA obtained from hunt. desks, vault, chairs, tables, etc., will '
dater was a peanut the of
cost in the of it opportunity
BEACH LABOR DAY neighborhood $2,000, i
I Peanuts were scattered about the .
I is doubtful if any offer will be made ; showing you. "- J
C. Vieman' returned yard and the little folk industriously
yesterday

jMr. which the will Our prices win surpriseyou. i
government acceptThe
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from Alliance, III, where he was, The Orlando Concert Band signeda tried to fill the bags with which each
department is very reluctantto !
called a ,few days ago by. the serious contract yesterday to furnish the was provided.A .
I much thousand dollarsa i
pay over a
il ness of his mother. music at the big Labor Day celebra- baseball contest also made the
tion at Daytona Beach on September7th. children shout with merriment. They year rent, and for the owner of a
building to spend perhaps three years Allen& Co
|Master James Mitchell son of Rev. Those in charge of the enter- were blindfolded and a picture of a rent in getting a building ready onlyto i
tainment at the popular resort man holding a bat was provided. They
Jj:B. Mitchell of Tampa, who has are have the office taken out of his
ben 'visiting at the home of Mr. leaving nothing undone to make the endeavored to pin little paper ballson
I building, does not appeal strongly to Jewelers '
Chas. McDowell for some time, returned celebration one of the biggest and the bat, and Alice Crux won the property owners. When the
best in the state. prize for coming the nearest to the post- i
to Tampa yesterday. office does move into the government
The Orlando band will furnish music bat. Reliable RepairingMIMIimMMIMIMHMHMMMItmiltllimiMl
o j
4 building the fixtures will be almost a
throughout the day and will also Refreshments were served the children -
'Mr. Joe R. Davis, sales manager total loss as they can only be sold fora t
fob ,the Curry-Smith Cigar company be in evidence at the big ball on the on a long table placed in the
very small per cent. of their first
night of September 7th. yard. It was decorated with flowers
Americus Ga.
left yesterday for cost.
were ,he* will solicit orders for the It is probable that many more Orlando and presented a very attractive ap- It is the opinion of those best informed ...... ...' .. -t. '. ,I
fatnous Lucerne Circle cigar. people will spend labor day atthe pearance. Ice cream, various kindsof that the postoffice is likely to -,', .
beach than did 4th. fruit and candy were served.
so on July
1. remain where it is for some time. I
Miss Emma Hainer has reutrned Another big automobile race meet has Pauline was the recipient of a great I D 1

from'a pleasant trip through several been arranged and there will be many I many nice presents and will long recall Eat what you want.
,other events of the entertainment her fourth birthday as one of the
eastern stateS She spent some time interesting Eat all you want.
in'New' York city and while there most enjoyable events of her life. Take a postscript and forget it. nD i
took) some special instruction in music Each guest was given a favor-a box For sale by all druggists. JOCl-

F at,Columbia'university.. JUNIOR ST. CECELIA'S GUILD of bonbons. Mrs. Bumby was assisted l7d&wlyrNO .
\ ORGANIZED by Mrs. Chas. Lartigue in amusingthe
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WAR PRICES ON TIRES
:ilrs. D. M. Topliff expects to leave little ones. Because-
Sunday morning for Lake Chautau- The young ladies of St. Luke's Cathedral The guests were Mary Ives Carey We bought BEFORE the advance, yur"'jm9l t
and Elizabeth Johnson, Stanley Bum- and they are yours long as they last .
qui, N. Y., where she will visit her met Monday at the Chapter
mother. She will be accompanied by House and organized a Junior St. Ce- by, Ernest Akers, Mildred Cook, at ORLANDO"Before the AUTO Advance"& SUPPLY prices. TO.

P. ,Dean and they will visitNidgara celia's Guild. Mrs. D. C. Warren was I Mary Robertson, Margaret Rush, 8-13-4t ,
Falls and a number of other elected president, Miss Carrie Dade I Dorothy Mills, Louise McDonald, t _

points in New York state. secretary, and Miss Nora James Frederick Gilbert, Mollie Willie and CAKE SALE SATURDAYThe
treasurer. Alice Crux, Rosemary Bumby and

t'Hrs.. George Mills, of Jacksonville, Several entertainments have already Richard Rogers. young ladies of the We Please Others
is Che charming house guest of Mrs. been planned by the new or- rian church will hold a cake Presbyte-I
Gray Rush, and during her short stay ganization, the first of which is a car- APPLE CROP THIS YEAR urday morning, beginning at 8:30

here has been the recipient of several nival. The carnival will be held next o'clock, at ,the Dickson-Ives store. We can please you
delightful parties, among which wasa Thursday afternoon and evening and "The reports are to the effect that 8-13-3t
most enjoyable picnic supper givenat will consist of sideshows, fortune tell- there is to be a prodigious crop of .
A Trial is all ask
+prop Bee-giwoo-che last even- ers, lunch counters, popcorn and pea- apples added to the immense crop of I we
mg"' nut stands and all other attractionsof wheat; so, come what may we are :
a carnival nature. to have plenty of bread and apple GhCO
lie work of paving the streets of The young ladies are endeavoringto sauce. How fortunate we are over

Orlando is going rapidly forward. build a kitchen to the chapter here in America! says the Ohio State Insect Killer Will ;
curbing is being laid and house and the funds derived from the Journal[ "No war and plenty of apple -
cloy after this will come the layingof carnival will be used for this pur- sauce and bread and butter. Cana Rid

(fxe brick. The curbing,must havea pose. man live on that? Can he? Why, THE SANITARY GROCERY

fiw days to dry before the roller he can live a sweeter, happier, nobler Your house of all insects. .
can I be allowed. to come in contact GIANT LIMES IN JACKSONVILLE life on that diet than he can on plum CARUTHERS & GORE
witty it. All of the brick intended to pudding and porterhouse steak. Quarts 35c. Gallon $1,00
be liid on the streets are subjected to Specimens of perhaps the biggest "Don't bother about the cost of liv-
the pttler test. The authorities of limes 'ever seen in the city were received ing. A man can live on bread and For sale by Phone 2006&8E.Pine

the,city have wisely required all ex- by Secretary W. N. Conoley, butter and apple sauce for $1 a week; Street '
cav tions for sewer pipes and other of the Jacksonville board of trade, and live with a clean conscience, golden Carruthers & Gore

things to be made before the pave- yesterday from L. S. Pettaway, of dreams and boyish health. Really,
menf,is put down so, as to avoid the Winter Haven. They are of the Per- if a man sternly resolves to live nobly ilMMHMMIIHtlllintMttllillltltllllMMilitH

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AN ADVERTISING OPPORTUNITYThe limes that this indicates Florida has ing. He told us there is no need to
another good bid toward giving the worry about food and raiment if we
Saturday and Sunday morning markets the very choice products in live right.

editions of the Sentinel will, consist citrus fruits.A "And there is apple pie! What
acput twenty pages. It will be an letter will be forwarded to the grand living just ahead of us! The
unusually valuable advertising medium -I sender by Mr. Conoley stating that apple crop will be double what it was :
'because several hundred extra he and all who saw the samples be- last year, and 70 per cent. greater NTIRES

copies wilt ,be issued. The Saturday lieve that the state has a new field than the year before. We recommendtwo
y papers will contain the capable of affording great profit in things: Learn now to make a
city tax assesment for 1914 and they the years to come. "Whatever helps tender and loving pastry for the pie,
will Veach every property owner in Florida must help Jacksonville and< and then put away in the cellar a few
the city and be preserved for future the Jacksonville board Qf trade con- barrels of pie-making apples for win-
reference. Advertisers desiring space gratulates Mr. Pettaway on this ter. For apple pie, don't buy by
shoulll make their arrangements to- showing he has made" said the sec- dribs, buy by barrels and flank the
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PRESCRIPTION[ DRUG STORE[ Notices ef.MUNNIMAKERS Lut.; Wanted, For Sal Tu .r
Beat etc, for this column 2Sc for ODe day,
a' sow for three dan, or |LW for MM week for
U words or kit. Money mud aceaapany
the adrertitcnttnU far this comma, u BO
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y. Sate Drug, Stores make a specialty of SODA WATER. 'FOR SALE ORLANDO
Nursery stock, one, two, three and
Some Drug,, Stores:sake a specialty of Cigars and four year old buds; Foster Early,
Cigarettes.: Pineapple, Java, Honosassa, Wash
ington NaveL Address Mrs. M..able*
S }' Apopka, Fla. Phone 2222. 3-lS-tf Royal Cement
Agalite Plaster and Perfection Lime

OUR DRUG STORE :
: Up to date painting, papering, etc.,
u I is the kind you want. Where to get 1 MMIIMMIIIMMIjMMIIIM

known by.the,commendation of its customers. People it? That's easy, phone 636. W. T.Entrican. i.

who ,are particular about their Drugs are 1-20-tf II Statement of the Condition of the
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the kind of customers we want. FOR SALE-A scholarship on I
Draughon's Practical Business Col- : Orlando Bank & Trust Co.
lege. Will sell at half price. Call I ,
office? 8-7-6t I It
at Sentinel -
Orlando, Fla,
""Prwjt t Dependable Courteous! t FOR SALE-Second hand sewing : At the Close of .
machines; drop head Singers, rotaI I Business June 30th,1914. < ,
ry White, rotary Standard, New I '
Home, and other makes. Will be : RESOURCES.
H sold cheap for cash this month. Call : .
S. ) : at Singer Office, or phone 321. C. B. :' Loans and Discounts . . . . . . . . . . . $379,514 36
The CITY DRUG STORE .. Lindsay, manager. 8-U-tf I I Over-Drafts . . . . . . . . . . . . ... 622 34
: POTATO VINES for sale! Choice I Stocks and Bonds . . ',' . . . . . . . . . 26,01833
E. Church St. Orlando Fla. Nancy Hall vines at 307 East Pine Real Estate, Furniture and Fixtures . . . . 26,637 37
J J. L. DEAN, Prop., n street. 8-6-6t Cash on Hand and Due from
Banks
. . . . . 291:393: 48

T thuHuuuuuuuuUflUUflUUUUUIUUiTOBACCO: : t FOR SALE-One five passenger ; .
touring car; a big bargain. Will $724,185 88
t sell for $300 cash. Apply, this office. ; LIABILITIES.
MAITLAND ITEMS 7-30-tf. J
r 'I Capital Stock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $100,000 00
'Editor Sentinel-I read in the pa- Maitland, Fla., Aug. 12.-Mrs. Wa- I FOR SALE-Best quality heart pine Surplus and Undivided Profits . . . . . . . 39,961: 35
per that 6,200 acres were to be planted terhouse and daughter, ,Miss Stella fence posts. See L. N. Lewis, 406 I Re-Discounts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . None
: in tobacco, in Florida. Oh, the Waterhouse, have gone to Daytona S. East street 7-14-lmo Bills Payable . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . None
' pity of it! the useless poisonous, .for two weeks.A ; I Deposits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 582,669 47 t\\
WANTED-To exchange Vose piano, Due to BanksReserve . . . . . . . . .
filthy, expensive weed, that nothingwill handsome new fence is being put in good condition, for Victrola and I . . . . . 1,55506r
eat, except a man, and a depraved up around the Maitland Inn groundsand records. Piano may be seen at For-
one at that, I fear. I came Dr. Stewart expects to enlargethe mosa. Address P. 0. Box 2. Oakland, $724,185

across this composition in an old dining room and make many oth- Fla. Carried by the Bank . . . . . . $291,393 48
scrap book, written by a school girl. er improvements when he comes down WANTED-Couple to live on country Reserve
required by Law . . . . . . . 116,533 89
Please be ,so kind as to publish it, if this fall The doctor could not accommodate place. Call or address, 400 West .

it will cause one person to stop using all those applying last Central avenue. Reserve in Excess of Amt. Required by Law $174,859 59
: tobacco I will be made happy. ItS year and looks for another successful
makes my heart ache to see boys in season this winter. It is one of the FOR SALE-A and number second of hand good lum-hard Deposits on June 30, 1913 . . . . . . . $527,758 01
knee pants smoking cigarettes, cigars most beautiful spots in Maitland, sit- ber fence for sale.posts Call on or address, Mrs.E. Deposits on June 30, 1914 . . . . . . . 582,669 49
and even a pipe. I really think uated on Lakes Catherine, Eulalia F. Hoskins, Orlando. 8-ll-2w
,the preachers, teachers, mothers and and Park and surrounded by beautiful TYPEWRITERS-------- cleaned and repaired INCREASED . . . . . . . . . $54,91148

fathers ought to preach more againstit pine and oak trees. ; 26 years experience, 11 in
Rev. Calloway, a very fine preacher I Florida. D. C. Baldwin, of Jacksonville The management of the Orlando Bank & Trust Co., endeavors '
was bitter against the use of tobacco Don't wait for every one In tows to j I now at the Glenwood House, to persue a progressive but conservative policy, to be liberal in its
r and I hope his sermons are have Entrican, the painter, before Orlando. 8-12-3t treatment and to adhere to the legitimate lines of banking.
still remembered by some and have you try. Am too busy to look you ---- Accounts of all who desire the services of a well-equipped and
Phone 636 and I will be the
up. on FOR RENT
safely conducted bank cordially invited.
are
exerted. good influence on them job. 1-20-tf
. FOR RENT
"THE PARABLE OF THE TO- The Robert Hungerford Normal Fourteen room house; modern, up- tttttt11Itlt11tttttlllttflllltJItlllllI/t: ::
BACCO SEED and Industrial School will throw open to-date; partly furnished; on Lucerne

.,t"Then shall the kingdom of Satan its doors October 1, 1914, for its fall ers.Circle J.; with F. Watkins.garden, fruit 730dwtf.and flow- .'.MIMMMItlllttlMMOmUiB. " " " " " " iMitlMllltillliillttttfttilMgltiMHttilMIHMHI*. . MHttMHMMmMflOMHimMmMAnd

be likened unto .a grain of tobacco term. We hope all students. will be '
the first The build- FOR RENT- Two office spaces in
seed, which though exceedingly present on day. :
: sjnall, being cast into the ground, ings 'are being thoroughly renovatedand Come our in store and at we No.will 9 show W. Church you. street.Pierce

r: grew and became a great plant and everything being made as com- Electric Co. 3-29-t
spread its leaves rank;and broad, so fortable as possible. Any informa- MISCELLANEOUS MirnatA K 31J5
that the vile worms formed a habitation tion concerning the school may be iue

thereon. And it came to pass in had by writing Mrs. R. C. Calhoun, DYNAMITING done in all its branches. ,

toe course of time, that the .sons of I I Eatonville, Florida. 8-8-Sat-tf Clearing land is our specialty.Let .
men looked ,upon it, and thought it us do your work. Estimates
b oaut U1. 'To' make them look big BEAUTIFUL HAIR-A CLEAN cheerfully given. L N. Lewis, 406S. RETURN From Jacksonville

and manly, the.,lads ,put forth ,their COOL SCALP East street 7-14-lmo,
hinds and did chew thereof, and some '
il made sick and others to vomit most Use Parisian Sage. .It makes the First class Brazing a specialty at Tickets on Sale August 12th, Return Limit, August 30th.

filthily. And it further. ,came to pass Hair Fluffy and Abundant. Warman's Repair Shup o Court St For '
that who chewed- its became It is needless for you to have hair 12-5-tf. Illustrated Booklet and Full Information, Address
they that is anything short of perfetlf
wbak and unmanly and said, 'we are it is falling out, losing color, splittingor Rubber Stamps made to order at H. C. BRETNEY L & N R. R.
enslaved and can't cease chewing it;* if the scalp burns and itches, immediately Warman's Repair Shop. 12-5-tf ,
the mouths of all who were en- get from McElroy's Phar-
and automobile
of tools in
LOST-Kit
131 WEST BAY STREET
drug store a 50c. bottle JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA
sUved became foul, and they were ,macy of Parisian or any Sage-use frequentlythe roll. Return to Sentinel office and ,
Y seized with violent spitting, and' did fiirst application removes dandruff receive reward. ,8-4-2t .
sit, ,even in ladies' parlors,, end in invigorates the scalp, and beautifies NANCY HALL---and Porto--- Rico-- sweet r. o+ti o ,l afs tte house of, the Lord of Hosts, and the hair until it is gloriously radiant. potato slips at $1.75 per 1,000.
Parisian hair needsis
saints ,of the Most High weregreatly Sage supplies Quick delivery Cash. Apopka Plant i w4Y !! + 4rAN '
the, harmless. It containsthe ILU w"8 # t-H+G4ir #t 4}ti'lp9 bo<> 4'14ifi.
displeased thereby. exact perfectly elements required to moke Co., Apopka, Fla. 5-24-tf 'r4 *+H' J'" t'I'IIII"'II"'I"I"HMt (.'II' .

-,t'And in the course of time it came i the hair soft, wavy, thick and to We insure your life and loan you
f to pass also that others snuffed it and make it grow glossy and beautiful. money on real estate at 6 per cent. 3/lpymr" JrJ
ttfey! were taken suddenly with fits, You will surely like Parisian Sage.It interest. Guarantee Life & Loan Co., Jl1Ine
is one of the best and most delightful -
Fla.
Curry Building, Tampa,
and
: and they did sneeze with great hair tonics known. ; 3-25-d&wtf
mighty: sneezes, in so much their, eyes - .--, -- "
wire filled with tears, and they did .
look exceeding silly. And yet others Takes Off Freckles i They Were to
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cunningly wrought the leaves thereof nnual [Excursion

r fate>>> rolls, and did set,fire to the end Removes Tan.

.) thereof, and did look very grave and Beautify your completion. Get
calf-like sucking it, and the smoke of rid of those freckles You can
thfcir torment ascended up forever infest SON'S SOc FRECKLE in a jar of CREAM WIG ti August 12 be Married Soon

and forever. And the cultivation and they'll disappear. Severe VIA -
thereof became a great and mighty cues may require two jir*- ICame
business in ,the earth, and the mer- BO more. We poatiyely guarantee '
chant men waxed rich by the com- this, and if your complexion I' Mlantic Coast Line to us to see what it would cost them to furnish a modern home of
isn't fully restored to
merce thereof. And it came to passthat Its natural beauty., we agree to refund yourmoney four or five rooms. They wanted their home to be attractive and comfortable'

the saints of the Most High de- WILSON'S without FRECKLE argument CREAM And is in a fine addition, fragrant yet the amounf ol money which they had available for the furnishing of their
filed themselves, and even the poor, toilet cream. Doesn't cause hair to grow home made'
expensive peices prohibitive.
aad does pontrrely remote TAN andFRECKLES. RATES FROM ORLANDO
/II wb could not buy:shoes or bread or : Try it at our risk. Price SOc- considerable time with
sent by mail if desired. Mammoth 22.00 They spent us looking through our large stock.
books, for their little ones, spent jars $1.00WILSON'S Washington, D. C. . $
f money for it, and,the Lord'was greatly Freckle Cream FAIR Co.,SKIN Charleston SOAP, S.2ft.C, makers Wilson Richmond, Va. . . . 20.00 We offered a lew suggestions and gave them some new ideas. They were
displeased therewith, and said, For ale by much pleased with what they had seen and took memorandums of what they
do j. N. MCELROY Norfolk, Va. . . . . 20.00 should '
'Wherefore this waste and why thought they want.

r these little ones lack bread arid shoes OPEN ALL NIGHT Proportionate low rates from After looking around in other stores to make sure that they were doing r

,and books? Turn yourattention to is other South Florida Points the best possible with their appropriation they came back and placed their or-
The Store at
hast City Drug your service -
wicked evil, which
change this both day and night Prompt, der with us.This.
grown up in your midst in a gospel dependable, courteous. tfGriffing's RATES FROM JACKSON-
VILLE is a typical example of hundreds of homemakers whom we are
into
tai\d. Turn now your fields corn -

w; and wheat, and defile not yourselves Wilmington, N. C. . $ 12.00 pleasing.We
any more with this filthy, poisonousweed carry an extensive stock of serviceable, attractive homefurnishings
and God will bless you and Trees Winston-Salem, N. C. 11,00 grading from the lowest priced which are good, to the very best. Your appropriation

cause the smile ,of His countenance Give Results Hot Springs, Va. . . 18.50 for furnishing your home may be anything from $175 toloooor more

to'shine upon you.' But with one accord Roanake, Va. . . . 16.25 -you can make the most ol it with us.Kincaid '
they all exclaimed, 'We can not TAES. Chattanooga, Tenn. . 13.80

cease'from smoking and chewing and now. Office opposite P. O.GRIFFING'S Tate Station, Tenn. . 15.50
spitting; we are the slaves of the. Tenn. . . 15.05
Monteagle,
evil plague.1"A TREES GIVE RESULTS
\ Mammoth Cave, Ky. 17.95 & SnowdenFurniture
FRIEND, TO THE BOYS. One reason:
The Gritting 'are the best and Warm Springs, Va. . 9.00
NO WAR PRICES ON TIRESBecause most experienced propagatersIn
the state, and one or more Tickets sold August"12th limit
the advance, of the five are always on the August 30th
of Character at Prices
Popular
round.
and they are yours long as they last
t at "Before the Advance" prices. W H. BROKAWSalesman and ReservationsCall
Tickets
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8-13-4t on A. C. L. Ticket Agent or ,

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I Wheel base, 112 Condensed indies; motor Specifications, 1-2x5; four cylinders, cast ,: ', Rooms with bath $1 .00. ,'

en bloc; unit power plant; cone clutch, selective transmission; :

' axles front, beam; rear, semi-floating; single drop frame; 12- : .. Special rates for room and board by the/ :
inch brakes internal and external three-quarter .
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Rotterdam says that the Maastricht DR. J. C .HOWELL Building W. M.
correspondent of the Rotterdam Cou- SLEMONS

rant t has been positively assured by' Hours, 10-12,3-5, and by appointment

German officers at Vise that the No extra charge for house treatment Office Hours:
crown prince's regiment crossed the
river Meuse without Telephone connections 8:30 to 12:00 1:30 to 4:00
some days ago
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J. A, Harris and daughters, Mrs. $44wm I
;Woodward and Lucy and son, Percy, .
I are at the coast enjoying a short va- We sell high grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co.

cat\o Several>. more on the sick list this Correct' Styles of Stationery made by Schloss Bros., of Baltimore. "King Quality" Shoes.

weeld though all are reported to be < Boys' Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand. Elliott's Table Linen and Towel I
doing. nicely.Ur Do not cost any more than the haphazardsort
ler the supervision of the chairman but they add not a little to the character Pants and Overalls made by Sweet, Orr Dry Goods from H. B. Claflin & Co. t

'of the board of trade committeeon m Co. Best in the
place 'city to trade.
,public improvements the park adjoining I of your private or public correspondence. .. 1
the new club house, recently An important part of our business is

given-to the city by Mr. C. H. Morse, to furnish the most exacting customer with
is betyg put into fine condition. Curb-
ing has been put around it, lawns just the special style shape and finish of W. M. SLEMONS .

started and.fountains. for sprinklingput style, shape and finish of paper and envelopes

in place. It will be a very pretty I desired. We also have all the leading shapes
little park and in a place where theI ORANGE AVENUE
New- Seminole guests and members I of pems and all grades of lead pencils also

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is home again from an extended residence .
in Chicago, most of the time in I' 1 ..
one of.the hospitals under treatment. The Arcade Boo'i and Music Store .

He take is improved up his residence in health again and in expectsto Win- 1 TEN REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD j H1

ter Park 1
Mr. C Fred Ward is in Chicago at- r Para \ '
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tending the meetings of the American DALY BCTWCCNf 11'
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Poultry association as the representative : UFFALO $ 1 ;
of this state. = .
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Dr. J. A. Trovillion and family are LEVELAND .

days.enjoying their new "Oakland" these 1. Convenience 6. Speed' :

MrS/R. L. Betts and'daughter, Eunice i

are home from an extended visit 2. Comfort 7. Efficiency 1

in Georgia. i
up, THE GREAT SHIP "SEEANDBEE"l
Mr. Johnson Powell is helping in 8. Safety
500 feet bM&k 98 root the bank during the absence of his 17-TTTTi i in }*nm aD iirpdinrTiintt-thin .., itMimr CM
i JaM.....cat tile-w. iaaU"'rnaa.ria:
brother, Cashier C. D: Powell. 9. Perfect Regulation :
Rev. Dr. Douglass has purchasedthe MuMBe dSt.ao.n"EZANDBEF"OgrctEt."oad"CgIOfBQIfdO"Daily.BUFFALO 4. Simplicity I
'and O VEt D-Marlat to Dec.lat :
home where Mr. Parker is now of Heat
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living. Aimeen.'I:30'4JL .Ili.$ddo . 7JOA.M.rtlTMiti fp.a 5. Accessibility '
Mr. Arthur Schultz in the store : SIadiid.1-) 10. Economy

while Mr. Ward is away. C.eetie.o at7neL.drerl.ToLdaDegoBud.ntoiwQae.odsearb..n..gtnl__n.....-lfln trtil.rr i<*ilTiiQi p.et tI.a..r MinimA Anro.d. I'
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In spite of the heavy rains of the '
THE CLEVELAND A BUFFALO TRANSIT, Cl.y.l.nd 0.
past week the lakes continue to lower .' i-
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and it, is difficult for 'some of the 1. CONVENIENCE
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Letters from the North continue to Did you ever sleep over in the morning or come home late in the afternoon : j
of the hot and dry weather. l'
speak Crops' are suffering greatly in some and have to start a fire and wait for the wood stove to "heat up?" ': ,

localities. Florida is fortunate after Did you ever want to make tea or heat up some milk and couldn't becauseyou

all. 'v : would have to start a fire in the range for a few minutes work? Did

you ever want to start something cooking and go off and leave it to entertain

TO THE OF CITRUS ORANGE FRUIT COUNTY GROWERS : ; your company, but couldn't leave the wood ,range going. Did you

ever-but what's the use? We could keep on giving instances all day why
it is "Convenient" to COOK WITH GAS.
t This is to advise you that Mr. W. y
A. Dade for several years representing BUYERS TO SHARE IN PROFITS We will let you be the judge. Is it "Convenient" to strike a match and J"\

ou)" firm with headquarters withus at LOWER PRICES.OH FORD CARS turn a valve-and have your fire going in an instant, any time you want it? "
Orland having undertaken other duties. Effective from August 1, 1914 to August I.
Our tacking house at Orlando will 1,1915 and guaranteed against any reduction J
be conducted during the coming sea- during that time: I

son u er competent managementand ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO. :
we* shall endeavor to merit andobtain' Touring Car $555.00Runabout t tI'

I rw .enlarged patronage from 505.0011 I

the;groVws of Orange County. F. 0. B. Orlando All can fully equipped. GAS DEPARTMENTfilMIIHMMIMillMMMMMIItiiMMMItmtliBmtSIMIIilHH ;
Our |lr. C. E. Cushman who spent I
the two seasons as assistant Further we trill be able to obtain the maximum fideney
palt '
and the minimum COlt in our . .
prodaetioii. . ; j
factory
agent Ar us in'Orlando is now located in purchasing our and wet departments if we reach an output of I ' .' " " ' " '.1111 f I 0 111111111.1111..1..1.11...'. 1
here and we invite, for him 308,001 can between the store datea. - -
reach this production, we arm to par M
support and assistance. And ibodd we
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your Trusting to find our interests and the b1l1ft' share eyery from retaU$40 to buyer$it per who car parchaae.(on or a abort newfSUikhri Thank the Lord for the dear optimists no war in Europe can hurt, and in the coming winter in Florida will see

those o* other Orange County grow- August 1, MM and Aurut 1. 1I1L of this world and especially of more ways than one we will actually many of them among us who wouldbe
ers I mode closely identified and more i For farther particulars retarding these low prim.and profit- this country. They are a blessing and largely profit by that bloody in Europe but for the war.Lakeland -
greatly',to. our mutual benefit this sIaariQ plan lee beyond price, and right now they are other Telegram.
wrangle. Among things we will i
doing service in out
pointing
than ever before. F. G. RUSH yeoman
season
millions of
dollars
Tours, truly '" to Gloomy! Gus and all his pessimistictribe keep in cash at i WOOD FOR SALE
very home, while the lasts
war which is
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> CHASE & CO. that 'we' are going right alongas the month of August I will
annually spent in Europe by our sell, at my farm, pine at 85 cents per
I usual in,this country,- with im- I wealthy classes; and as these people I strand, and oak at $1.00; also some "
To convinced ,of the. producing Ij I mease_ and abundant resources which must travel and spend their surplus,I saw logs cheap. A. S. Hodges, R. 1, :;q
!. j Orlando.
_':power of Sentinel want ads.-try. obe.t. D 7-30-lm iA :

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FUNDS NEEDED TO ALLEVIATE -
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'J ACCOUNT, TAKE OUT A CERTIFI Wilson Washington, in his,capacity Aug. as 13.-head President of the : J H, Safe ID> I tSllt : : : :

{ CATE OF DEPOSIT, OR OPEN A American Red Cross, today appealedto

r; CHECKING ACCOUNT- the American people to contributefor : .
the relief of sick and wounded
,This strong bank is behind any form soldiers of the warring European na For your Valuable Papers: Jswelry N
tions. The appeal was as follows:
Its financial
of deposit you make. strong
{ "To the People of the United States:
foundation, its experienced officers "The present wars in Europe are : Silver, etc. ,
and its safeguards, makes the
system .
certain to impose upon the Red Crossof I
the nations engaged a burden :
1.00 PER YEAR AND
\ demands the aid UP t
4': STATE BANK OF ORLANDO which sympathy and
,t" of the world.

the "place to place your money." nestly"The desirous American of assisting Red Cross its is sister ear :.'-: .' You cannot afford to leave such

THIS NOW,! ;. societies in their endeavors to allevi- .: valuables at home when $: 1.00 will : :
DO '
:, ate distress and suffering the 5
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:' .: them for :
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K o combatants and therefore appeals for :.. safeguard a year.. i. :'
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the relief of the sick and wounded ..:. '.,'.., ;..-
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: V'y Cross, Washington, D. C., or to local :4i; +
I treasurers of the society in other

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? : \; : : ? \ : )? :\ : : "; :.: : ', : Newest and,most up-to-date hotel in : services were available as a medium .
: for the transmission of aid to the Red
Canton. Situated on Academy Heights. I Cross societies of the countries in- BATTLESHIP LOUISIANA CRIP- San Francisco, Aug. 12.-The Brit- IT PAYSTo
: volved in the war, to all natives of
PLED ish sloop of war Algerine was spokenoff
Overlooking the beautiful Pigeon River : such countries now resident in the read and use Sentinel "want ads."
Cape Monderine at 5 p. m., yes-
: United States and to all Austro-Hun- the American You get full value for your money.
One of the finest views in Wes I British, French, Ger- Washington, Aug. 13.-The battle- terday by coaster
Valley. ]garian Belgian Bear, which arrived here from Port- Cost only a penny a word each inser-
: :man, Russian and Servian associations ship Louisiana en route to Guantan- tion. .
land today. The Algerine was clearedfor
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; tern, North Carolina. .. :I in the United States. amo from Vera Cruz, has broken her action.
: The Red Cross ship will carry large port propeller shaft. The battleship WANTED POSITION-By competent
:.I quantities of hospital supplies to aid Texas will her to the Norfolk white woman; general nursing, con-
l .. convoy ,FORD CAR for sale. $250 cash. finement, or housekeeper. Best ref.
.., :|the foreign societies and donors may!I navy yard, after which the Texas will Must be sold at once. Apply 103 erences. Phone 515. 8.14.3t
I, designate,the country for which their go to New York. The battleships Vir- ,Robinson avenue.
: MRS. J. R. McFADYEN, :'contributions are to go. i ginia and New Jersey have been or- i WOOD, COAL AND ICE
:i The central office issued a notice dered to Guantanamo from Vera Cruz -
If want your bicycle fixed in
: today pointing out that it is unlaw- and will stand by awaiting develop- you
; Hand'sCoal
: Wood, a strand up.
$1.50
Warman's Repair
6-20-d&w CANTON, N. C. ful to make use of the Red Cross emblem ments in the Dominican republic and a hurry take it to
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;: : We'have just opened up a lot of beautiful new Ginghams. They include .French Ginghams, the

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

3 P, best that the market affords. Now is the time to get your supply for School Dresses, as school time wills

i soon:be here. You can get the pick of the very best styles, and at a saving that you cannot afford to let

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A.: V 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

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

: % worth regular 25c, special sale price 1ft I special sale price I t

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hams, a large range of patterns to choose Lot No. 4 A large selection of the best

from, sold everywhere at 15c, special sale 1 r yard wide Percales, in light and dark col- 1Ojxp c

r price 12 2" ors, regular price 15c, special sale priceL\

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