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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 16, 1914
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Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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: ,;I .. 100,000." to Win.Life ePOLANDLOYALTY SffiVlANS U. S. STEAMER-ANCON THE HOWARD H O S SUGGESTS[ A.A PRIMARY Y :

( FIRST SHIP TO PASS

t :%:" ,or Death Struggle CONQUERED PROVINCE"lSURGED BUT. SUCCEED IN CROSSING THROUGH To Determine-the Will of the

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POINT Vessels Not Exceeding 10OOQ Payment

WITH; RUSSIA'MOBILIZING TWO MILIJON; MEN GEV R1IIANYIn ..0- Tons Can Pass Through the of Teachers in the .:

.MUST: WIN- AGAINST. ,POWERFUL, ALLIES. Return Is Promised Freedomof 400,000 ,Austrians Made Con World's Greatest Arti.ficial'Vaterway Orlando Schools

;:';.; PREPARE- TO MEET INVASION- OF THE Religion' and, Languageand certed, Attack But Were j

:: 2 HORDES OF MEN FIGHTING Will Also Gain Unable to Cross the r tendent Editor McKinnon's Sentinel-I notice Superin

'" ? J.<'-:> .. .' FOR ,THE CZAR'Greatest '-(' AutonomyLondon Danube Panama, Aug. 15.-The canal zone I in the Morning Sentinel article of published August

!i a -{ :: :. "I celebrated today the opening of the

; Aug. 15.A dispatch' to. London, Aug. 15.-A dispatch to canal. The festivities, however, were 15th.His reference to and

t Battle in All Rages Reuters -Telegram company from St the Renter Telegraph}: company from but local and suggested little of the against me in person require charges an
History international answer
ff. -- - Petersburg'says that Grand ,Duke e: Nish, Servia, sags that after incessant significance of the event. which I will make as briefly
Nicholas, commander in chief of the I bombardment With the official Panama celebrationset as _
along the possible.It
entire
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, ,From Liege. to ,Luxemburg Russian army, has addressed a manifesto frontier, line of the rivers. Save and I for next spring even the United will be
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' 7, to Poland, appealing for loyaltyof Danube the Austrians have succeeded States was not officially represented remembered that the
p question at
issue
the Poles and today except by the is his refusal to
promising men who have
"fereatest 1'" -. Armies- :the World. ;Ever. Saw. Are Drenching the Fields. in return. The manifesto ,reads autonomy: Save forcing; thirty-seven an entry miles into Sabac west of on Belgrade the long been in the canal zone. sign the teachers' pay warrants. He

? erf Belgium. With. Bloods-Kaiser_ ,Says Brussels Must Be "The hour has sounded when_ 'the and into Losnitza on the river The steamship Ancon, owned by the uses devil a lot of around space in trying"to "beat
the a stump, and
United States to
s Take> :Resardkss of Cost-Liege. Forts Still Hold sacred realized.dream A of your fathers'may. be Drina. and leased to the Panama war railway department for paint the members of the city and F
hundred'and
'I ', 'Opt, Withstanding Terrific;AsasultsEnglishForce fifty years The, Austrians renewed their service in the New York-Colon county boards as black as said devil.
trade,
c the
living of
ago body
Poland was to the'
(i. tempt cross Danube
at at-I 1 I
,J.. \ .. ,:, ,Hare'Not;:Yet Gone Into Action, torn to' pieces_ but her, soul survived,t grade and. at other.. points but was chosen as the first big boat to be legal regret that he did not stick in his a'
.. .. and she lived in hope that for the put through, signalizing the openingof technicality, rather than branch
ty repulsed.
k-- But: Are Ten Miles, From the Polish people, would come;an hour of_J < the canal to all ships up to 10,000 out and make misstatements, which i
Line' The correspondent of the Exchange tons register. only tangle him up. I made "
. (.Battle regeneration and reconciliation with Shortly before seven no personal ;
!O,", Russia. Telegraph company at Nish, describ o'clock this morning the Ancon was charge, simply stating that he

: 7 Idol;' Aug15.-Special.-Thegreatest( ; ) battle in all his "The Russian army brings you the the same fighting, says 400,0 00"c a."mistaken judgment for ionscience.
'Iwy has' tint made a concerted : ; at the end of the
i begun,.fighting tOday'ragingfrom..Liege to solemn
: Luxemburg, news of the' reconciliation '
the He
states
entire Servian frontier that "Mr.
but deep water channel, from the Atlantic Howard was
,:. where half.a million.German soldiers are,attacking the allies., which effaces the frontiers, severing" j
; t :: ware: repulsed with heavy casualties.A ocean to the Gatun locks, where she among the first to volunteer his approval -

The'Kaiser's. artillery, ,is, shelling"the,f rts of the enemy and.th e the Polish people from ,whom .it J' dispatch to ,the ,Reuter Telegram"c remained until the start through the of the superintendent's view, '1
united
,roar(of_ big)field:pieces.;is'incessant;:, cojointedly under. thescepterof ; mpanyrfrom Nish dated August 13 locks at 9 p'clock. She is to arrivet as opposed to the view of the former :

'' ,' !TAe-.. ..'GeiangeaLstafls.prepared; fo.lose1Q4,000-men.inath: : ., jc.eptce- the;> czar PQtn, of Russia." b. ,k Undet1his' -,' n'd sent by way of Athens, 'gives th er :t the end of 'the deep water channel trustees." :
:' attemPtto: roll b&ck"tbe,allies.- : j! rran'bfficial'account: of/tHl"recentfighting'on : in the Pacific at 6 o'clock t1Iseven- This is a gratuitous fabrication out i
free in her
.;' { , religion,'.jtar, .language,.r the frontier. i ing.: 'of the whole cloth.
> ttleRl._Jt'QbabYbe'an' ] ; affair of several days and the and, autonomous. ,.. "Four hundred All the seventy-four off'cers He says, "Mr.,Howard,has recently ;z
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thousand
it" Austrians -
: of battle
". .t r : Lmay 'ebb :arid flow, but ,Germany has so much atm "Russia expects from you,only the ,"'say the war'office, "attacked and men on board the Ancon ap gone over to the opposition." This, 1

,. ';r) 'stake: that she may. be counted, upon to make the combat the loyalty to which -history has bound the Servians last night. A fierce bat peared in spotlessly white uniformsand also, is untrue, as every member of .1
; . fierceetandtbloodiest in all you, With open heart and a broth the the present trustees, the members of '
history. She is fighting not only tle extended all along the line. Finally ship itself glistened with new jl
: '" : against'tremendous. ;forces but against "time itself.' erly hand extended great Russiaconies the Austrians 'were repulsed paint, over which fluttered signal' last year's board and the members of _$

:Russia is, fast_ i to meet you. She believes that with Heavy 'casualties toward Tekiaon flags and the flags of all nations.At the county board will attest, as also
treading; her heels
upon and it.is,a life or death the sword which struck, her enemiesat the citizens who
were
the fall conversant
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for her to the Rumanian frontier, and also forepeak was the ensign o
matter gain a great victory on her western border. Greunewald is not yet rusted. the Panama with my position.He .
were repulsed from' republic, while at thmainmast
f Belgrade, wherethey e
.. +The:;seeming:slowness of the' opposing forces in coming into ,a "Russia from the shores of the Pacific had attempted to cross the Danube head fluttered the house says, "Seven hundred and fifty


" 'deati grapple, dueto'the_ ;: fact.,that the rival armies are withou ocean to the North sea marchesin but through numerical superiority pennant of the Panama steamship children received no service for the

1 precedent for' size. Such vast numbers have thrown an almost arms. .The dawn of a newlife the enemy succeeded in crossingthe fleet. On the jackstaff was the flag large sum of money it is proposed to

.. :inconceivable burden on ,the commisariat. commences for,you. In this gloriou Save." of the United States. pay out" As to the truth of this

f.< : German > dawn is seen the sign of the cross- Invitations to be guests on this statement I only have to turn to the
entrenchments' are being thrown up around Tirlemont, the symbol of suffering and the resurrection first trip had been much coveted and patrons of the school, who with the =

't': t'1 so,near that the, enemy's work with pick and shovel can easily'be of a people." i 1.500 AMf ANS [A H HNBY the rails were lined with local officials teachers and members of both city

. i seen from the Belgian'lines I and those of the Panama republic. and county boards will attest that ;3

J1" : :The artillery fire:of the allies is said to be extremely deadly, WONT POSTPONE. EXPOSITION Colonel Goethals, builder of these children have received the very

k ,but,the ,Germans are meeting it with unusual bravery. YO K KNew canal and governor of the zone, was best of service, fully as good as they 3

;, ? '.Haifa _dozen German attempts to the Washington, Aug. 15.--"Notify all on the bridge beside Captain Suke ever received and better than they
, carry Belgian outposts forth of the could possibly have received if the
: ,at the pointof; the:baY9riet have been driven back: foreign governments that there will steamer together with eight extra grades had been scat-
be no postponement of the San ,Francisco York, Aug. 15.-(SpeciaL)- Captain Hugh Rodman, U. S. N., superintendent -
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t ; Belgian and .French ,aviators, familiar with every inch of elI exposition," was the substanceof Fifteen hundred Americans of transportation, wh tered over the city. =:

'Ii{> ,: w .. .!.gian.territory, are, flying over the spaces between the two armies, a telegram which C. C. Moore, of reached has overseen the plans for putting' He says, "The impression is sought
home today on the White Star liner the first ship to be made that it was the opinion of
: spying out the German movements. San Francisco, president of the exposition through.
Celtic, thankful to be safely out of The Panama national the state board that it was the dutyof
:The'Belgian line, heavily,reinforced extends has sent to the state department band and the
" along front
the
: running county superintenden to
the European regimental band of sign
..L ::from: war zone and glad to the Tenth Unite
} .j the neighborhood of Diest and Malines to a point far States infantry the warrants," and that "the trustees ,
; played "The
with
the Star-
put
discomforts
The up of
f" .: s southeast of Namur and, 'Belgian Luxemburg. statement was in response to overcrowding Spangled Banner" as the ship misled the state board in making the _
pulled
from .
inquiries the
Uruguay and Chile : on
Ten, miles '.northwest,of 'Namur, at Gembloux, lie the Frenchreserves to whether the exposition would at as voyage.A away, but the music was almost impression that all had agreed to set-

with the British,'army, neither of whom have 'hold to its drowned by the whistles of the steam tie the matter in advance of the supreme -
f. yet got original plans, in view of A new line of attractive books for: Irs in the 'harbor.assure court's decision if only the -
I jinto.the. fight. the European war. The exposition is boys and girls all titles
; ; only 35c To state board would not hold out
unimpeded
r Captured German officers say that direct orders from Berlin to open on February 20. each. Curtis & O'Neal the Ancon all traffic, including passage the for against the superintendent. This is
!
,'. are tlUit'Brussels must be taken at all hazards. I working boats in Cdebra cut, was one of the most glaring misstate- .

': there;are'800, oO Germans 'of.all branches. of,the service along I brought to a standstill. ments of fact the superintendent has

t c ',the)line,of. the'Meiise,river. British Commander in Chief I The several thousand canal work- conjured up, for the report of the

". :While i ers enjoyed a holiday. committee of the three boards,
the fight Together with
rages up around Diest and Hasselt, the Germans i Messrs. Howard and
Phillips for the
villagers 1)f all
Isti l hammer Warmly Welcomed types from the surrounding
m k away at the Liege forts. These are reported .to be in Paris territory they lined the present board of trustees, Attorney

( still intact des ite repeated assaults being attempted by the Ger.maps. banks at various vantage points. The LeRoy Giles of the old local board, {

.- 1 '. Paris, Aug. 15. Field Ancon was fully loaded with the and Mr. M. M. Smith of the county a
Marshal Sir
regular
."'* I was attended by the French ambassador
:l cargo that she had board, would hardly stultify themselves .
I John French, commander in chief of and the French minister of the brought from
'< JAPAN'S,DECLARATION OF New York, the and misrepresent the facts in
WAR
f.. EXPECTED IN TWENTY- interior freight having been ]
the and was followed
British field by. a numerous the let
qt '( FOUR HOURS army was greetedby staff. purposely left on board to give the I case, alone demean themselves
a vast crowd when he _arrived at canal a full test with the draw- and injure the cause by at-
ship
; Paris, Aug. 15.-(Special)-Japan is resolved to declare''war the railroad station in Paris today. Sir John spent the day in conference ing its fall depth -cf water. tempting to mislead the state boardof
e :on, Germany and .official action with Adolphe Missimy, ministerfor instruction. The
will probably be taken within The people cheered and sang the Brit. war, and in The Ancon passed through the Ga- language of my
paying formal visitsto
I. twenty-fdur hours, following return of the emperor to Tokio, ish national anthem when he came !' President Poincare and Premier tun locks without a hitch in 70 min editorial also plainly disproves this-

r. :According:to,,Le Petit Journal, which says it learns this on .bso- out of the station in his uniform. He VivianL' utes. The total lift of these locks is this charge, in which it says, "added to
lutely,unimpeachable eighty-five feet.OBRfGOO l the official letter from the state T
authority.
'" :board and governor that 'it would be

da and Secretary of State Bryan held a short conference today, altogether satisfactory to the state
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::. .,::4 T ON OF._.;:IN WARON'GERMANYY CHINA PRESAGES DECLARATION: the details of which are kept secret by both. After,, the confer- OCCUPIES/ THEMEX1ANCAPiTAL [j: board that the" superintendent sign

t : ence, however, it was stated nothing was known here the warrants. Mr. McKinnon knew
concerning
..i t Tien,Tam, China, Aug.: '15,-(Speciaiy--Great excitement Has the, reported plans for Japan to declare when making these charges the actual
either
war on
3 resulted here from,the announcement that all;Japanese firms do- or China. : Germany [ ; truth. He knew that when the recent

;ingbU8ln ss; in: Tsin Tao 'have been, ;notified by their Officials I election for trustees was up that the
agents to are certain:
Japan
> t withdraw-at.once., This wilt'respond promptly to her alliance j warrants were being paid and that it
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: action" is believed to have been ordered with England,.and she would not hesitate to declare.war on China Mexico City, Aug. 15. (Special)_(was not a question before the people
by the Japanese '
-;:' ',.go ernmejt:-and presages 'a declaration, of war should she.fail:to maintain strictt:neutrality., General Obregon, with 10,000 troops 'and did not enter into the election of
:r by Japan(,on.Germany.. TsiiTwfi.ttc'c composing the advance *local trustees.
town otthe. iGennaii War, ,: guard of the
upon GermanMships andholdihgs
; rin the
r::8; ; protectorate':of,KiauShauci the't coast:of China.' .' i follow., -- . ,- Orient- may' also constitutionalists, took possession I He. asks by "what authority" Mr.

; { : ; ..... the, palace in the name of Constitutionalist t f Howard speaks for the people." Simply -
,; JAPAN WILL:DEC : FAR ON"CHINA sUNLESS "First Chief" Carranza this by the authority vested in him
STRICT : '
i'hj NE $; : tiD: ; % : :.GENERAL,,- -' JMTRE. .' COMMANDS, - :.ALLIES. IN ::BELGIUM. afternoon. Hundreds of bedraggledwomen as chairman of the local board, the
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f r.,,tW Aug.;J5' '. /, S ;.Ug :15r-; =(8 i c L))-- nerai--J01fre ,their lhn s- people to lodge
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.j to 35c yard,,now .....u. 15c About. 100 pairs of Men's Shoes that were $3.00 to $6.00
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MEN'S PANTS LADIES' HATS GINGHAMS AND PERCALES

$1.50. and.$2.00 Pants'now ................uu, u $1.00 '
'"$2.50- ''-and.$3.00 Pants now ..........:.....:.... $1.50 Any offer you are not ashamed to make will be accepted. We have no special "Gingham sale" on, but we alwayssell
$3.50 to,$5.50 Pants now ............'.......... $3.00 "Toile Du Nord" Ginghams at 12 l-2c any old time
and we have the best real 84x84 count percales, thatLADIES'
LADIES' SHOES we sell twelve months in the year at 12 l-2c a yard.
SKIRTS .' About 150 pair Ladies Shoes that were from 2.50 to$.1.00 CALL, EXAMINE, COMP ARE.(1 .- ,
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; with bath,, hot ; dormitories for women and a separate gymnasium. 16 Carnegie units. lar endowment. Three teachers of music, $5,000 organ, I. 1
THE
COLLEGE OF LAW-( )urse leading to the LL. B. degree. Graduates
ad.
:eol ; water. milled to practice in Florida without examination. : a dozen pianos, two Glee Clubs, chorus class. Superb new :
) '- : THE COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING=Courses in Crril, Mechanical, Electrical. rooms for business school, full banking equipment. New I
round. and Chemical engineering leading to degrees. ::
: year THE COLLEGE FOR TEACHERS-Especially for.Florida teachers strong normal I- chemical and physical laboratories,. equipped with every I II f
., r rates through THE COLLEGE courses OF and BUSINESS special teachers'-Besides courses.Banking. Bool-keeping Accounting, modern device; analysis of soils, fertilizers, foods, water. : 11
and September. I 'Shorthand, Typewriting, courses in History, Law Economics and Finance. Preparation for engineering course. : .i
,;, i' : FLA. THE ACADEMY Princeton, Chicago Sixteen and units all for high graduation.grade colleges.Prepares for Harvard Yale Lakes, boating, swimming golf, tennis, football : 1
: : : THE SCHOOL OF MECHANIC ARTS-For boys and young men desiring Christian, but undenominational; expenses moderate. 1
manual training mechanical drawing. Ac. Scholarships available. For catalogue address I
', 7-23-lm .THE SCHOOL OF MUSIC-Separate teachers'for piano pipe organ violin.voire. j.
harmony and chorus work. ;
fo ; THE SCHOOL OF FINE ARTS-Free hand and life drawing. Painting in oil. WILLIAM 1 FREMONT BLACKMAN i
do I Pastel, and water color. ,
)- p : Ph. D LL. D.
President.
'e rSPECIAL ATTENTION IS CALLED TO, ,

: ;: SALEAT L The Preliminary Course in Agriculture-Botany, Biology, Organic and Inorganic f..t'l. ... .rl.a44Io..ti t ., D.I "I ...I. ., .' .,..
ati Chemistry qualitative and quantatire analysis, Agricultural chemistry :
Mineralogy. Geology tc.
A- 2. The Pre-Medical Coarse-Physiology, Biology Anattmy Histology, Bacteriology -
Zoology Botany General Chemistry Inorganic Chemistry, Qualitative '
ity : ? : ;: 8.. and The Quantitative Coarse for Reliftoo Chemistry., Wtrken In. Bibical Literature. History, English 3l8)YW.Jm9Jne 4
'& ) : Pedagogy Ethics Logic and Theism.CLYDE

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'Jar acre tracts on I

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. :if; 6r all. The I
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,:'poll double when the NeYor1aURerli3S.OO r AND SALT MEATS

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: Js laid. Other FISH AND GAME

r in' l for grove pur Kept under the best sanitary conditions

values. Also Everything screened away from the flies and kept fresh i iad

'. groves and city UNE pre. 3
:: prices that com I We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have
eyerythJaf IB the Meat Line.
: :: Only Direct Line From Jaeksnville
: The PARLOR MARKET
:S : $ Atha .
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,are: ae.N.. Aft..,311 Grtud Ftor Fare ,Iidgfes Heals aid Sfaterwn AcceMReiafieas H. M. Self & Co.
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PINE
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\\tw GRIND' LENSES! and Good Returning From New York up Phone No. 80 .
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c' s.; ,. :A.. )"TNT, ......,._."'"AiLYi.'". : ', ;' H ;SIDELIGHTS Laky Conway. ,Not,a mosquito' was FIRST BAPTIST .CHURCHAt t IMIIIHIHtlHIiliHit
/ buzzing, not a fly was .seen or heard,

'See, .*' ""',FUrto- :" Settel-. '.. ,(By W. S...rBaach) and not a red bug marred the peace Rev ;Edward( the, T.Lucerne Poulson) ,. D. D.,
-. "Kome' Inn", is the and and serenity of the occasion. A
y, i011NINir RID WEEKLY.a4 original de- I>a*.tor.
. 1/Yir .Ww. Ower. suggestive name over the pretty residence lightfulbreeze came from the lake Mr. Samuel A. Newell superintendent .
li: = of Mrs, McMackin East and."Old"Glory"" was from I of the Sunday school PflOUIIPPYH
on .. floating
> iit+.... :t tfce poetofftce atc Orlando, F! r- A cordial invitation extended to
':P .i.._m,Second,daw;Mao _Matter.SUB6OUPTION ; Church street We are always glad the top of'a,50 foot cypress flag staffon j he public to worship with ,us.

BATBB to see a house receive a name.' It the extreme edge of the ,island, Sunday school at 9 a. m.

, ..".. 1 tear...........'....:...........W00I gives a home an, individuality and close to. the water. As the sun hid Classes for all ages and teachers
:q ..... .. ............ with well prepared.lessons.
'Nr.' :M0 atha- : .; tHS adds,to the attractive feature? of the himself in the west and the chug. :
..; if' ,.." ,!". :.....;.................USDmfly Public worship at 10:45 a. m. and
: U ,' 1, Month-...-i.WI7. .-.V... .!..,..?...' city.' .Christen your home if you have chug of the neighbors' launches enlivened ,7:30 p. EL, with the pastor in charge.B. . br
: : ._ not already done so. the occasion, we sat.down to Y. P.* U. meeting (in Baraca
, 1".Tear ,.......,............... .LM
. ': f' 'Weekly.,Meath :.....i...;;......... .7s * I a delightful repast prepared by the room) at 6:30 p. m.; Mr. Eugene

- k TO-ADVEETISEBSi ."Will some one please tell us how tot colored chef, and for the nonce shutout Reid Prayer, president.and fellowship meeting on

" ; *_ give a pure Anglo-Saxon pronunciation ', the corroding world and held Wednesday, night
, l1 OW'' .lt ..,..,< sai, aD *&*r bnleet.Hi to',the name of the much talked : sweet communion with nature and Good, music, attentive ushers. Ifyou I'

- H)1 *0fee_ *tf! *aMtlriwl.Mt...la1 last tirtk.a.buiim 1 .. .. about city of Liege-the battlesweptcity Mr. Dow: and "Shortie," otherwise, have no church home here,.come II
. } .t:H. nit and be at home with us.
.,J1 'to MN f Mkirt i. TIlls wfiIk of ? Mr. Vorhees. '
Belgium
'
) chaff* fie CMtnct drertUtai; it Isu
!' Ltsei ., will ..ittkOy tdured'U.tafceerften * FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCHRev.
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dung The SaitJnel dtwon- Tempestuous little old Belgium is ;
' ; r, tiauea ibcwW aotlfr the office in writing en the most nation THE PLACES OF WORSHIP John W. Stagg, D. D, pastor.
densely populated
<' .the-fete of apiration..tHrwiae. it will Ueo&ttooed on Sunday school,at 9:45 a. m.; W. R.
f; tt\ at the regular subscription ratca.' the' globe. .With an area of 11,373 O'Neal, superintendent
'., 1 ..8IdI Mtiee. to atop it metal miles, she has a population of 6,687- Services at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. :

'- ; SUNDAY, AUGUST 16 ,1914. 651- or an average of 588 to the CATHOLIC CHURCH Morning" sermon, "Ego vs. NonE __

.:.x i't.....f square,mile. If Florida was'as thick- Eleventh Sunday after Pentecost. Evening sermon, "Constraint vs.Restraint. : On With "Happy Week"
Ir" populated as Belgium she would'have Loss Mass, 7 a. m. ." .
t -F.ran &might use that Cai faux woman
f Low Mass and 9
sermon, a. m.
Prayer meeting Wednesday Let
a population of 34,503,840, instead even- Joy Be
" ;: lit r against the German editors., Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament ing, 7:30 o'clock. : UnconfinedPerhaps
of the, that
f? possible 750,000 we after Mass.
All services
. -o- will be held in the Sunday .
t. now have. Next to France, Belgiumhas All welcome. school it will snow to-morrow
room. The men's Bible and then
,Q ,Now watch, Germany's Bill beatJapan's
again perhaps it
: the finest roads of any countryin class will meet at 9:45 in the manse. : let it won't, but in either case don't
- t' Mike to a declaration of war keep you from coming to this
A cordial
invitation is Store
extended to where
I
Europe, so if it should become HAPPY
i t: 0- nec ST. LUKE'S CATHEDRAL all services.At I WEEK" is now in exceiting progress.
'War horror= When Frenchman essary for the Belgian army to runfrom the close of the morning service : '
6 , a Every foot
. square of
The Very Rev. Henry R Remsen, space in Store
the Kaiser's forces will our is
" they a congregational meeting will beheld.
' : good for
? .Q leaves for ,the front all his male dean. at least one big hearty laugh from
: ? neighbors. embrace and kiss him goodbye have,roads on which they can "beat Tenth Sunday after Trinity. I you. Rediculously low prices prevail on all re-
. ';\ .. it" ingood form. The Holy Communion, 7:30 a. m. MRS. J. C HOOKS DEAD : maining Summer Stocks. Come to "Happy
:.\ 1";; 5' Sunday school, 9:30 a. m. :Mr. John A. Abberger received a time Week with the idea of having a rousing good
0 and of
and 10:30. saving considerable
Morning
sermon,
; prayer sums of any-
.. : The Clearwater Sun has turned another The supreme court has declared Evening prayer, 7:45. telegram yesterday from Mrs. Abber thing you purchase. You'll not be disappointed
'. rK Liege fort, over:to the German that the International Harvester company ger, who is at Dillsboro, N. C., stating in either expectation.
J : is an illegal trust. This is ad i that she had received a :
!i army. :The Sun is an ally worth CHRISTIAN SCIENCE message Don't be startled at these
,.: having. ditional evidence that you can not announcing the death of Mrs. J. C. : There are many, many more unexpected equally bargains good in!

,a 0 trust a trust. Sunday school at 10 a. m. Hooks at Angoria, Lake James, Indiana. every Department of this Store.

- jji ll Uncle! Sam is; not going to get involved "Soul.Services at 11 a. m.; subject :Mr. and Mrs. Hooks lived at :

r :,in" the..big scrap, but he will California is making a great a dWednesday evening meeting, 7:45. Clermont for a number of years and _
v: t furnish' the flour of the ,European vertisement of the "Sunkist Oranges,'" Third floor, corner South Orange were well known in Orlando where : 36-INCH WASH SILKSThe
armies. but we believe Florida son-kissec avenue and Church street Entranceon 'Mrs. Hooks had many friends who : kind
; that Hubby wants his
'
b f o' girls are much sweeter and more attractive. Church streetMETHODIST will regret to learn of her death. : of andHe won't be happy till he Shirts gets them.made"

'The Cocoa 'Star' says there is no We have a splendid range of designs in three
fir CHURCH WOOD, COAL AND ICE : qualities:
1 doubt of a war in Europe. Correct,

. ,; I and you'may- passup- to the headthe of A Central avenue man whose wife Come to Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Hand's 1'1' Regular 90 cents_________________ l=>2
tt class.: has gone:away for the summer, says Regular church service, 11 a. m. Coal Yard, phone 566. 931tfMIMIHtllMMMIIMIIII I c

she left a set of rules regulations The new organ is now in position II I Regular $1.00 ------------------. 75c

:I t tk ij 'Mencriticise the transParency of for him to live by and a string of'and will be heard for the first time. : Regular $1.25 .
___. ,
6:45 -
-
Epworth League, p. m. ------------- 89c
w IBeU'a' apparel that tasks to be performed that to the
j / : forgetting say Evening service, 7:34.use .
tiJ) "many -a.'rose. ,:is born to .blush un- least are fierce. She tells him to I: i

il'',Been,"..etc., in the morning and after a bath he is BARACA CLASS McCUllOCU'S DRESS GINGHAMSThe
t 0 to brush his hair and teeth (with a .
tt\ Before. measuring the time a woJpun' different brush of course), then to lThe Baraca class of the Baptist fine Sale of these (The Everlasting) still on-

'; speeds, with; her. ,:dressmaker lows a long list of things to be done. Sunday school extends a special invitation a Price, selection-Worth 10 yards for 12c a yard, Happy Sale

;.r ||aere,man ought to count the hours "Sweep the kitchen, swat the flies, attend to its young services men Sunday of the morning.The city to. Department Store !

r like i ;spends, :facing, ,the .bartender. mow the lawn, water the flowers and lesson will be discussed by __ __ i ii ii '85 centsRED
sQ '0 the,rubber plant, feed the cat, clean Eugene Reid, W. S. Branch, Jr.,and !
; 'is fighting for the bird cage, put insect powder on J. C. Johnson
r Europe kings, but Arcade building on Pine street Jelly Tumblers
U we always preferred to draw for ours, the pub dog, air the rugs and sofapillows : Come! \

c: ;; i=even'if we' '-. .f times.j water the lawn, gather the eggs MMMItltltHtlMMIMM* ,
,, ..1 Fruit ,Jars 2,000 yards of this
splendid wearing fabric
and be pleasant to the hens so they ,
: 0 all in solid colorings, you know the Regular Price
} {j 'Whileiuveetigatieg: the unwar- ,will_ lay' more, fertilize she roses, r.,.F.<.tIOORmAN. ,) .; is 12% c a yard, our "Happy Week" Price is..
treated\ r prune the orange trees, close the windows I
,in 'food
J increase prices itt Licensed Plumber'and f allldndsPreseing
when it rains" 8
ou1d bVa etc., etc. Mr. cents '
popular,stunt to,arrange I Engineer
Sanitary ,
e fa,rebate"on that,we have,already di- Central Avenue sayt that by closing I H
Igerted.The.' up his place ol business and hiringa Estimates Furnished. Jobbing- ,
good man to assist him 'he might Promptly Attended to.. WHITE
o-- r eUles GOODS
': reports.of naval.battles'off the get away with the job. Otherwise it. PHONE- 6Z9't

jcoast of.the United;States has greatH1 is out of,the question. t 106 Court Street i iI I fancy 1,500 Ratines yards,plain Rice Cloths and fancy, Plisse Voiles Crepes, plain,French and

;: increased'the,attendance at sum- .* t ORLANDO FLORIBA44Um Crepes, etc., etc. This is a clearance of all we
jesertprayer meetings. The writer, spent part of -Thor have left of our best sellers.
At 20 S. Oraige AveiBe.
'If fct ; Regular values, 25, 35 and 50 "
f, *-' o-" afternoon at "Tanglewood, Mr. Chas.P. cents a yard, Our
Happy" Week Price.l7centi.
lj,it' TfeoflMW?:Lipton has called off Dow's, pretty summer home on MIIIIIMMillliilillilMy Mlliilltlllililiillltll

1 a... yacht.race and: Tom is:a.wise old
,c, Say.: :Whftf s,".the use in advertising fMiMIIIMMIMIItlMmiimilMHMMtlMiMIMMMMMttHMMmiMMMim r

'" :lea'when"Europe is too busy to drink

,f. ,:tT. Fresh Seed
;\ ," KIMONO
CREPES
>|>|.Don't blame;the. '.ice_ man..for getting ,

; his now.;, for it is predicted' that We are MW receivi* New, Fresk Seed. Gall er Write fer Prices dainty All we designs have amongst left in stock.them. Some Sold exceedingly

>;p".2,000,000 years' ,the sun .will be- 25c, Our Happy Week" Price. everywhereat
'
Wrne+t t_ \ ball, of. ice, and he .wfll ,be McELROY'S PHARMACYmye

forced. out;of business.
"' f, f' < : IS a Trial. Qikk Delivery IH Brags. PIONE 20. Try ear Ice Crean.l 1Sc.yardDAINTY

1- k The, controversy relative :.to the '
IMIIilillllliMilimiMtHilHMIiilllilliiitllMMMMMiMlilllillMI
'paypeat;of teachers' salaries has ,.ilf'MmiiMHMItlillll :,
auaoet:reached the ultimatum stage. '
SUMMER
DRESSESWe
4 B. C.'mediation:,.,would be.particuIwly -
:appropriate in, settling an edu- realize that time is drawing short for
kItionalquestion. the sale of hese articles, but not for the wear-
ing of them-No! Not by any means. But we
.M f 0 '." want to make others Happy besides ourselves,
Jack'Johnson may not be mobilized and to facilitate selection, we have made two
''- htFrance-'but if he had'come South prices of our whole Stock, and priced them-
'' Lot 1, values up to $10, fot_.
'T' .alter licking James' :J.''Jeffries andmarrying : JfWflRY! fOR THE WfDDING

',, a white woman, he would : $1.98Lot
hive been mobbed. between sun --}- 'k',

down V and' sun'up : For the bride, countless things in Silver, Cut 2, values up to $22.50, for ..
:
o, Glass and Fine China. Rare jewels ol de-
-
every
-Harry,Floyd believes,Germany will $3.98MEN'S -
,be--victorious"and 'will become the scription.For .

' ", 'dominant'European-power. If Harryincorrect Bridesmaids. Ladies of Honor, Flower

F;. : 'the logical conclusion is Girls, etc., Bracelets, Brooches; Bar Pins, La Val-
t that France, England and Russia. are FURNISHINGSGet
liers
r,; Wristlet Watches, Silver Vanity Cases,
fs bTfor a good licking.A ." > busy now Men! We have decided that the
o ; / Purses, Card ,Cases, etc. 1 Sale of

a Japanese 'has written ,a novel ; For the ushers-Cuff Links, Coat Chains, Two- "MANHATTAN SHIRTS"shall

; eoi taiDinf'.l06OOO'page&" ; From the v I Pocket Chains Full Dress Sets, Gold and Silver, continue for a few days longer-look
,time .they met by accident;until they .. your
wardrobes
F Pen Knives, Pencils, etc. over and stock up and stock up well
y Wee married and lived .happily ever Prices are rediculously low.DICKSON' .
.
i after the villain' must have put.man1 Let us help you with your wedding J present
r 'stumbling'blocksin'theway: : of true 'T \
problems, ; . .
k love. 7' r t ..
0 \, 'z' .
:N ,Carranza.has reached his goal and .

occupies the palace in Mexico ,City.

Villa has not .;gotten' ,, his, but he ". .:.
A ought to ,make the trip' in less time ,

.. ;:than, Carranza;' considering his fight-
q, ,i ig" bilitr':acid the smaller number ( GO.UfPARTMfNT
: :*if Mexicans to shoot
.. ,.,' : out of the way .
; o |
a r The 'Washington of
correspondent T.U.vanstheJeweler.
t, the Times-Union: 'furnishes; interesting
) they; : ; A STORf
wClmationthat. 'Hon. W. ,J. / *

Sears. ,will' ,: succeed. c ,. ',CongressmanClaude 4 -
.' 1 I/Eagle December'first. That OPPOSITE POSTOFFICB : .'.ORLANDO'S FAVORITE PPIN PLACE

teaIF:mean 'of. Sears.', .After- beat. g

:, ,' 1/Engle be.might.be geaeroua>enough EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGftAYBtt \
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SO f'' r.'illiBl Though the work of laying brick '
C gp .OftLANDO,.FLA., ; i' '. : \ ,m, !:. 4.Open'2 p.!'. and' 630 p. m. : has cot,;begun, Contractor Hamilton '!j.YiIt
: I Johnson the
pushing work
Admission 5,cents. curbing )
. ., .. I II I and has completed his task on both .. O .
sides of Ivanhoe boulevard for a distance -
':. Mrs.,A.'E. Bean eD",of Kisammee,' tMlimilllMIIIIMIIIiiiMONDATS of about
of mile.
a quarter a
r r tvaa'ia_ oriaedo'Saturday. ;; 'I BUYS AND SELLS PROGRAM If all goes well he will reach Orange

.:*.:A.:G.;Starbird. .-,-of)--,-Apopka, 'was in I REAL 'ESTATE : Stepmother Victor. Florence," in two Lawrence parts. in "The will avenue,have by a Monday big lead on night the and bricklayers. then- "Cpl II III I Allen's"Give ,

.Orlando::oa.._business_ Saturday.. I Victor. Irene Wallace and Walter N
; I MiMer in "A Princess for a Day." A The actual will
paving begin some
I : Hindu fantasy.Remember .
.! I we have "The Streets time early in the week, having been
W;:M. Lege.left Saturday for DanI.
: ' 1 boo acres:south- -, ofVin' I of,New York" for Tuesday, the 18th, delayed by a break in the rattler testing .. .
I. eYa..t short 'IS -
;. spend a vacation.J : in four '
| ''ter : parts. Don't fail to
Garden' and west of see a machine. A large force of men '-
;c' good feature. is employed and when the paving :-1-
' 'Mrs. /M., Pedrick left Saturday > Gotha, including! 10 acre chance show .
: COL.,CARY ELWES actually begins it will go forward us a to
;,for Bade City, to:visit relatives. ] .orange grove. The entire DEAD I II I rapidly. 'you the newest styles in
I
't.- , 'tract- covered, with Early yesterday afternoon Col. watches. .
Miss Sumner and Miss: ,Netha'Grant Dudley G. DEATH OF MRS. RUTH ANN
< ,yellow pine timber. Two I Cary-Elwes passed fromearthly We will trade in your present .;<--
Jeft yesterday'for Tampa life, his health' having been VIEHMAN
miles of lake. shore.IMIMMMMHIillMIMI. frail for watch or movement, allowing -
very many weeks past.
Cecil'Prentiss, of wee,' made He has been a valued resident of Ruth Ann Weston was born May you a liberal amount.If .

a' business:trip\to Orlando;Saturday. Conway and Orlando for twenty-. 30, 1856, at Olney, HI Died August you have any idea of ,
t Mr; Hugh Allen received a letter eight years, moving' from England in 14, 1914, at the home of her son, 0. getting a watch we would appreciate -

'Miss Lora Tanner,is'spending. Sunday today for Chicago, accompanied by 1886, and settling then on the Con- L. Viehman, in Orlando, Florida. the opportunity of

:.. :in Taft."Buck her son, Herbert,and niece, Miss Caroline :way property where they made a July 23, 1876, she was united in showing you.
J ,. comfortable and 'marriage with Wm. Viehman. Of
Hawkins.. Mrs. Hutchinson and attractive home. Our prices wHl surpriseyou.
">I Hawthorne, of Ocoee, spenta son will'return in the fall, but Miss Deciding several years ago to live this union four children were born, .
short time, in: :Orlando Saturday. Hawkins will remain in Chicago ,to in Orlando, the pretty stone cottage all of whom survive. They residedin
;,morning.:. attend schoolN. they have since used was built on Illinois until 1883, when they
,1 '-' I Lake street, where their friends always moved to Kansas. After her hus- AllenftCo
Mr.. 'J. F. Briggs, ofApopka: ,famous found hearty welcome. band's death in Kansas she returnedto
: :as' the grower :of, large,: waterMelons .- H/Frohlichstein, of Mobile,.was j. He was nearly 77 years of age, his Illinois where she made her home
' spent Saturday in Orlando. in Orlando Monday Mr. Frochlich- birthplace being,in Lincolnshire, Eng- until four years ago when she came Ii Jewelers
stein i? the father of E. H. Frohlich.I land. Five years of his early life to Orlando, Florida. In her girlhood

" Tomorrow Mr.: and Mrs L C. Massey stein,. who was one of the sailors were spent in active service in the days she united with the M.E.church, ,
,' will' leave for, Philadelphia, where killed in the attack on Vera Cruz. t British, army, his descriptions of his of which church she remained a mem- D Reliable Repairing, flg
;Mrs. Massey win spend several weeks. The.people,of Mobile are erecting, a -travels during that period in India, ber until her death.
fine monument to the young man. China, and other distant countries be- Funeral services were held at the
; ,Mr. S. J.-:Sligh4left.Saturday'for a I ing extremely interesting. home by Dr. Wray. Remains were
:short business trip to Tamp. He Mr. George N. McDonald is in the, He and Mrs. Cary-Elwes happily laid to rest in the Orlando cemetery.Mrs. .
;will return Monday. : city for a short time visiting his sis- celebrated their golden wedding an- g I Io IuJ
ter, Mrs. C. G. Lee. He will return niversary over 'a year ago, when relatives F. B. Terrell has returned I
n I ,Miss Matilda'Wichtendahl returned to Mexico, where, he has valuable and friends gladly gathered to home from a visit with relatives in '
property, in a few weeks. Soon,after Orlando and in The
.yesterday: from!. an. extended visit to : express their love and congratulations. points Georgia. .
in the West j I I the outbreak the :Mexican revolu- trip was made in the hope that her .1
:interesting: points, '
& .JMrs. tion he came to the United States andhas It was chiefly through their efforts 'health would be benefited,.but we regret I lb. J

: : .' W.:M. Smith and Mrs-J. R.Graham been spending most of the timeat that the pretty little Episcopal churchat to note that the improvementwas I ==
;of'PlantCity: ;' came- up Saturday Morgantown, W.; Va. Conway was built and services not such as she had hoped for.- "' iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHinniMMMH

tee spend a short ',time with 1 maintained therein, the Colonel him- Lakeland Telegram.Ben :

their:sisfer I ;.Mrs. J. W.,Douglass.Mrs. I :Mr. Hugh Allen received a letter self being lay reader when no clergyman II '
---, I, yesterday from his sister in Liverpool could be present. Here wherehe L. Abberger, soliciting freight I urim JlftJ
:. .:Mary Gordon. and.daughter- ,: England, in which she said the so long conducted services, the impressive agent of the A. B. & A. railway, at :
Miss.Ern.y, went'to ,Coronado'Beach j foreign;;war had settled all of Great burial service will be held Tampa, is in the city today, coming :
| yesterday morning to spend.ten daysor.two'weeks Britain's internal troubles and that for him, Dean Remsen officiating, up yesterday to be with his father, i:
i ., there was no further dissension in with?interment in the Conway ceme Mr. J. A, Abberger, over Sunday. I-.
"tji* Ireland. She ,also predicted that if tery. The funeral will probably be .
Eat what want. I
: Mr...an :Mrs.. S. J. 6. Irwin,.motored Germany was victorious in the pres- on Monday, the hour to be determined Eat all,you you want. I
from,'Miitfaffld:yesterday afternoon ent contest the United States wouldbe after hearing when other relatives Take a postscript and forget it. I II We Please ,OthersWecanpleaseyou
| to tie city for, -a Jew hours shop ; the next power tackled.J. can arrive. I For sale by all druggist I
pin i For two months past Mrs. Cary- l-7-d&w-lyr I:
i'I"fit I"" Elwes has been ill
'- 1 critically being To be.convinced. of the producing
6_:Dr. F A-'Swartout, of Washington' ,j Copeland vice-president ,of now. mercifully unconscious,, of the power of.'Sentinel want,ads.-try one.
D.. C.,::aitked:Setunky'to'spend, a the Alabama Paving 'company, wasbi'toWn'&tuiday parting which for her will probablysoon' A Trial is all ask
short' tmAt in,'Orlando.: He is the I ; Mr. Copeland stat- ,change to a glad reunion.: .' 5. we
coest of_ :Mr. L.:s.-. Holden.. ed that his company: was now putting Two of the sons'are Episcopal cler [ .
1 I' .,-" -- fR downbrfckior: the city of Orlando, gymen-both well known heretheRev. Q:, CO i

: ..' ..,T\0-JUHatte" representing the and when this work, was completed, Albert Cary-Elwes, in England,
Southern Printer's Supply company, he would' 'begin to lay brick from the and Rev. Herbert Cary-Elwes, of Mel- Killer Will x
Insect
I spent Saturday in:Orlando He. went city: line south towards ,Osceola, and bourne, Fla. A married daughter,
from hereto'Lakeland:: that arrangements are now under Mrs. Murray, and the eldest son, Mr. Rid
WO' t way by which the last three miles of Dudley Cary-Elwes, are in England; THE SANITARY GROCERY'

'f. Mr. :an&, Mrs. .Allan Cohoon and' road to the Osceola line would be laid Messrs. Frank and Jeffrey Cary- Your house of all insectS

lion; Allah,; Jr., :wfll return .Monday down in brick.-Osceola Journal Elwes live near Jacksonville; while CARUTHERS & GORE
I from Corosado ,Beach; where they Miss Marion and the other sons,Allan tHrIs S5e. Gallea. $1.80.
Jbave"'been?spending< t.hePut:, two Young's Repair Shop was the scene and Walter, were with their father For sale byCarruthers > Phone 200 :
(weeks. ,; considerable activity yesterday here.
afternoon at five o'clock when the The deep sympathy of our com ; 6 & 8 E. Pine Street t.
& Gore. .
: 'A jolly=party'.left, for the, beach i drawing 'was made for the bicycle munity is extended in their sorrow. i .1
last spend the day, composedof .they have been advertising to giveaway 111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111t.
[ ,Dr.. C..T. Christ Dr.,S. N. McEl-I to the holder of the lucky ticket Eat what you want.
roy, Messrs.: ''M. '0. Overstreet,and The number drawn was 72, and Eat Take all a postscript you want.and forget it. IIIHIIIItlllMlllillliiMlliitiilllltliMiMililililliliillili llllMIIIHIMIi

I c George Keller. % at the time of closing Jast night no For sale by all druggists. ifMimimitiiMiimm ,
.i. one had,appeared to claim the bicycle. l-7-d&w-lyr
: Miss_ Marcia P.':Johnson; daughterof If you have a ticket you had better T
::Mr._ a4 Mrs. C.:E. :'Johnson,, who look up the:number on it and see if WANTED TO RENT, furnished or
of the associated t the Another unfurnished, a house in desirable
[is:district secretary you are lucky person.
Please furnish
neighborhood. descripion -
{charities, of, Baltimore, is expected 4 bicycle will be given away in the of same. Immediate! Address,
j borne today to spend. her vacation same manner by this firm on the 15th J., care Sentinel office. 8-16-lt y'
(with her parents. of October.To .
T-Small,solid red,female hound.ed NINETT TIRES
Miss Myrtle Hurd, the popularmanagers an overflow audience the Grand and subject of larceny. Reward
for return. John M.
| (;the local Western Union last night showed some very inter- 816d&wtfWe Cheney.
[office :win ;leave today, for a two esting.European pictures of the preparations
I months,vacation' most',of which 'will for war. Particularly inter- insure your life and loan you
[be:spent 'm .Michigan. ,During MissJHurd's esting was the picture of the French money on real estate at 6 per cent.
absence Mr. Empie 'will' have aeroplane fleet of 550 machines and interest. Guarantee Life & Loan Co.,
Curry Building, Tampa, Fla. r
(charge, of,: .the office. the big German dirigibles. 325d&wtfHMIMiMilMMIHMIIIIilMUIMMMillUIMM RECEIVED YESTERDAY H

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; : ;r PRESCRIPTION[ & DRUG STORE t of HUNNDIAKERstbl Lout Wanted For Sale Per V

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COMPANY.ORLANDO
1 . $1. for three dais, or JUO for one week, for
t. t; words or Jt'III. Monet mart aceempanJ
70 ("AM taf Stores Net Alike") the advertilllMllts! for WI colama. us DO
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: :Some Dreg.,Stores make'a specialty of SODA. WATER. FOR SALE

: Seme: ,:Drag, Stores::make a specialty of, Cigars and Nursery stock one, two, three and
four year old buds; Foster Early,
Cigarettes.OUR t Pineapple, Java, Homosassa, Wash-
I : : lj ington.Navel. Address Mrs. M.Kahl .

ray DRUG STORE Apopka, Fla Phone 2222. 3-13-tf Royal Cement, Agatile Plaster and Perfection lime

a 1 J t Up to date painting, papering, etc., _ _

: t S is:Inewa_by the commendation of its customers.: People ( is the kind you want. Where to get II 4 EBB *** ... ,1.,1,1,11.111.11 ,. . ......
: jt! That's easy, phone 636. W. T. tt
., t :who .are particular about their Drugs Entriean.
ae : 1.O.tf
Statement of the Condition
' of the
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the kind of customers want. .

n :I FOR machines SALE-Second; drop head Singers hand sewing, rota- Orlando Bank & Trust Co.

: \ ry White, rotary Standard, New ,
Home, and other makes. Will be
.} iJ; : ,"Prupt DeperiaUe Covrteovs"The sold cheap for cash this month. Call Orlando, Fla.,

' at Singer Office, or phone 321. C. B. At the Close of Business June 30th,1914.
faI!;( Lindsay, manager 8lltfFOR

-. 1 .tJi RESOURCES.

:; {: CITY DRUG STORE touring SALE-One car; a big five bargain.passenger Will Loans and Discounts- . . . . . . . . . . $379,514 36

i 7-30-tf.sell for $300 cash. Apply this office. Oyer-Drafts . . . . . . . . . . . . . 622 34

\ '. Stocks and Bonds . . ".. . .s . . . . . . 26,01833
L. DEAN I
J 1 J, E. Church
; : Prop., 11 St., Orlando, Fla. Real Estate Furniture
tr FOR SALE-Best quality heart pine and Fixtures . . . ; 26,637 37
:t 14f r fence P9Sts. See L. N. Lewis, 486 Cash on Hand and Due from Banks.-. . 291:393: 48

"""..<, .l ,; S. East streel 7-14-lm.

.SIT, TIGHT! DONT ROCK THE I tions here. $724,185 88
are All we have to do is WANTED-To exchange Vose piano, LIABILITIES.
I 4 BOAT!, to keep them stable. in good condition, for VictreIa and .
The administration has decided to[ records. Plane may be seen at For- Capital Stock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $100,000 00
vf appeal officially to the public to mosa. Address P. o. Box 2. Oakland, Surplus and Undivided Profits . . . . . . . . 39,96135
"- t Sit tight! Don't rock the boat! maintain existing satisfactory help II- F la. ReDiscountsBills . . . . . . . . . . . . .'. . . None

5- S t ". That's the watchword today. That's tions. The public can not fail to con ANTED-Couple- to live on country Payable . . . . . . . . . . . . . .-. . None

.- ;l ,the first,duty of every American at spond. The only danger is one whichit re place. Call or address, 400 West Deposits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 582,669 47

rl this moment. :That's what this country may create itself. Its course is Central avenue. Due to Banks . . . . . . . . :. . . . . . 1,55506
needs to,keep it straight and safe : _
simple. All it has
{ to do is to sit
i and true to its coarse-absolutely'all tight, to do nothing to disrupt the FOR AS LE-A number of good hard $724,185 88
b :it deeds.i fence posts and second hand lumber -
,1 .Business conditions fortunate condition in which this for sale. Call on or address, :Mrs.E. Reserve Carried by the Bank . . . .'. . . $291,393 48
i of the are sound. Wehave country happily finds itself.Don't . F. Hoskins, Orlando. 8-ll-2w Reserve required by Law . . . . . .-. . 116,533 89
} : greatest, grain crops rock the boat-that's the c
g .in: history. Its. ',value, has already tral idea! eat FORD CAR for sale. $250 cash. '
The swell
from :
F Reserve
the in Excess
of
greatly,advanced.: gr Must be sold at once. Apply 103 Amt. Required by Law $174,859 59
havea
We. sound battleship, "Europe," will be felt. But Robinson avenue. '
financial system, backed by the great- it will not hurt us. It need not Deposits on June 30, 1913 . . . . . . . $527,758 01
event
l 'est store of,' gold ,in the' world. Our break over the sides. There's nothing FOR RENT-- -- Deposits on June 30, 1914 . . . . . . . 582:669: 49

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,. ., the matter; with ,the' United I lin. Straight and strong, well seamed, FOR RENT INCREASED . . . . . . . . . $54,91148
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t ,States Fourteen room house modem,
well ; up-
1\ caulked, well
timbered, with
War reasonable to-date; partly furnished; on Lucerne The management of the Orlando
will
mean an' Bank & Trust Co.
unprecedented guidance it endeavors
will
bear
us safely Circle; with garden, fruit and ftGwems. -
r demand for' supplies Experts declare ; and prosperously through.Sit . J. F. Watkins. 7-30-d&w.tf. to persue a progressive but conservative policy, to be liberal in its
I American business will feel a great tight! Don't rock the boat! treatment and to adhere to the legitimate lines of banking.
' r r 1 impetus.: While other nations destroy,i Keep its head well FOR RENT-Two office spaces in Accounts of all who desire the services of a well-equipped and
up against the
store at No.9 W. Church store
b our
; ,this, safely conducted bank are cordially invited.ffrfTiimtiMMMIMMIIIIifW .
1 country.wil produce. Whileother sea! Don't let it get into the troughof Come in and we will show you. Pierce
., 'nations, ,are :armed camps, this j the waves! Let every man realize Electric Co. 3- -tf! .f..ttl . ... I'J.. ...
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A t. 'country will be a.farm, a factory, a that at this moment calm confidence 'tlllltltI.lt.t:../lt'tO.t.t It
VV forge. Trade'extension, is MISCELLANEOUS
V predicted and calm thankfulness are the first

,,in all directions. The immediate future duty. They are absolutely justified DYNAMITING done in all its branch ( .!. I..tl. . . . . . . !!!!!!HHIHIHHIMMmiHHMIIIH "
., Mill Hlllin
G. is plain. by the favorable situation in whichwe IIIIIIIIIII.el..e..f . .. . . ; .
.. es. Clearing land is our'specialty. I .
: < J The. .national:administration, is act I find, ourselves. They are the certain Let ris' do 'yom work. Estimates

59 7 ,log wisely, promptly. ,The sum oft i guarantee of a continuance of cheerfully given. 1. N. Lewis, 406 .
,, $500,000,000? ,is available 'those
V under the conditions.-Chicago Herald. S. East street. 7-14.1mo

.. Aldrich'Vreeland act, for an emergency --- I85
t' The organization. of the re IT PAYSTo First class Brazing a specialty at
;.serve; ?board'.will soon be complete* read and use Sentinel "want ads." Warman's Repair Shop 0 Court S L
This will enable us to deal effectively You full 12S.tf.WANTED.
,. r3 more get value for your money _
with .the'outflow of gold. Cost only a penny. a word each ins VVer
:Plans'are'perfectingto, permit Amer. tion. POSITION-By ompetent t ::-
: And
RETURN -
., ican-registry of foreign vessels. This s white woman, or housekeeper.; general nursing Best, confinement ref- From Jacksonville :

.will protect, ,and develop our com WOOD FOR SALE erences. Phone 515 8-14-3t
,r merce, *. For the month .of August I win ., ----- -- --- Tickets on Sale August 12th, Return Limit August 30th.
sell ,
at ray farm, pine at 85 cents per] TRY F. G. ARNOLD,for honest prices
i" 'W ,,are preparing.to maintain,strict" strand, and oak at $1.00 also \
; some and a square deal in real estate For Illustrated
'It' neutrality..: Questions may arise with, ::.saw logs cheap.. A. S. Hodges, R. 1, Room 1, upstairs 25 East Pine stre t. Booklet and Full Information, Address

H ,foreign! nations as' to what constiV t Orlando. 7.201mDon't 815.6t wIt
f H. C. BRETNEY L & N
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totes wait for
; contraband.: Such' questions have every one In town to Who is.your painter and decoratVc! I If ,
Entrican
the
can not conceivably'involve in : painter, before ( \
\J'q us difj, try.. Am too busy to look you are satisfied keep the one you I I : 134 WEST BAY STREET
t ficulties.: They will:.be settled by the up. Phone 636, and I will be on you the have; if not, phone W. T. Entrican,I I JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA t !
3. ordmaryprocesses. The general principles t.job. i.20-tf No. 636. 1.20-tll : .
& of neutrality.and neutral' ( I 011111 t e Hfl+Wtt+O" C ee I 't te: H'
:* coerce com- OPEN ALL NIGHT +C H 11,1 . . HI ; ,11 Q III "" 0 D III1 D III11 t II HI .. ,1.t I#II#;tOt fttt I e I H+I t 11"1.
V.-" 'are plain. The/United, States The City Drug Store is at your service "
'will .adhere rigorously to, them. The Cathedral Schoc both day and night. Promptdependable
fit to Friendly intercourse, as far as sir cQurteous. tf +-t IrIIIII; ; \\\\\ \\\\ t\\\\ \,\" \,\\\ \lt!

Y cumstances permit, wfll. be its rule ORLANDO. FLORIDA -

j-''::'.., .and its;,procedure; .(Formerly known as PelLdtrk &hool) Read the advertisementS daily. 3I6
yweJm. fiJ
Stock have
> exchanges" .closed-Iraise REOPENS OCTOBER 7
precaution. This country can
not. be. ..' V the, dumping ,ground of the A Boardinr and DIY School for Girl NANCY HALL and Porto Rico sweet
tt Repdu and Special Conner-Primary, potato slips at $L75 1,000.
whole securities Intermediate per
.of and
; body that Academic Grade
war Moric-Art-Elocution Quick deUTery. Cash. Apopka Plant .
-Phy cal Culture .
l mad Europe is anxious to convert in tDomestic Science-Admirable Situation Co.. Apopka, F1a. 5-24.tf They Were to
money ..The'closiJig is temporary. and Careful Simndutft-dimate Home Life-Capakle Healthful,_ .
Teacher
i'1 ?_Elsewhere there is no prospect of int' Low Bates. ALL WHITE bicycle riders and own- .
terference' with the era between 18 and 40 years are '
f orderly
Rer. .
processes Roderick P Cobb,
Bishop Mann,
I requested meet at the
U :,American business.. Stable coed Rector. President Tuesday night, Aug. 18, to organize Armory: :

iJ a bicycle club 8.15-3t be Married Soon


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rt Came to u? to see what it would cost them to furnish a modern home of

oif I four or five rooms They wanted their home to be attractive and comfortable*

i t i, jorcl Excursion I r i ll Rate t ::1. yet homemade the amounf expensive of money peices which prohibitive.they had available for the furnishing of their


., They spent considerable time with us looking through our large stock.

: From Orlando We offered a Jew suggestions and gave them. some new ideas. They weremuch

; pleased with what they had seen and took memorandums of what they
BUYERS TO SHARE IN PROFITS should
thought they want.
I" =LOWER PRICES ON FORD) CARS $ 38.10. Cinclnnall, O.
After looking around in other stores to make sure that they were doing

j: I :Effective from August 1, 1914 to August, 49.O. Cllleqe, JU.GI.38 . the best possible with their appropriation they came back and placed their order -

1,1915, and guaranteed'against'any reduction e Beaver CtI. : with us. .

during that time: 37.85 f Evusvllle; Iii.. This is a typical example of hundreds of homemakers whom we are

Touring Car ,- $555.00. 37.8 Louisville, Y pleasing.We .
H.15 Marietta, G e.. carry an extensive stock of serviceable, attractive homefurnishmgsgrading
:.\ Runabout -' 505.00 : from the lowest priced which are good, to the very best Your appropriation -
41.i8 New York N.
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F. .a:B. Orlando. AH can ally eqmipped. V
for home be from
41.78 furnishing your may anything $175 toioooor more
4; Farther, wo .wffl ho Mt to obtain. the saadaaa efficiency Philadelphia Pat -you can make the most of it with us.
, U-oar factory prodaetoon. and the arfniaua wit in.oar 43.45 SL heels Mo_
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V ickMb>sr sad pia 4srtme t* U wt poach an .utp.t f
.*.. cars between UM abort dales., 95.28
3 p SaD Francisco, CaL
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A'D.:skMld wt reach this prodvctkn. wt arm to pay as
tilt bvycr's shara trot M to Id per:car (on ,tr abort
AafistUlS)?to'crery retail buyer w..pUchu s a new Atlan c Coast Line
Fort, ear between Atrut',1. 1914 and Aafut 1. D1S.. I Kincaid '&Sn wden
For ftrther partknlars rtftrttm these tow prices and profitF. -
lit r .pIU; 1 S'aHar.lall H GIllie Set V

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.- ,G. MJSH, ;<",: __.' For information and ruse
'.1 .''- Firiitire! Character at Popilar Prices
c, ,Pheae 226 ration call ,9n. any A.. ,C:: L 6 :

\ ;i ::. -. -_- '? ..,. Ticket Agent, orJ. .. Co l'Main ;and .Pine Sts. Orlamdo, Florida

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< |f,_", FULLY,EQUIPPED ,AND .DELIVERED $1,285 : 50c meal in town.
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; Wheel base, 112 inches.; motor, 3 1-2X5; four cylinders, cast Rooms with bath $1.00. 1 1o
-' c : en bloc; unit, power plant; cone clutch, 'selective transmission; .
." ._ axles-front,- I-beam; rear,' semi-floating; single drop frame; 12- 'Special I rates for room and' board b the 1'
inch brakes, internal external; springs-rear, three-quarter y .,
J elliptic; ,front, semi-elliptic, underslung; Holley carburetor; 15 'Week. t
gallon gasoline tank, carried at rear, pressure feed; German sfl- aver

".., V-shaped> .radiator; nickel trimmings. Standard equipment:
11-inch electric'headlights, parabolic reflectors, bullet type side
tail lamps, electric horn pump, jack.tools and tire repair outfit.

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DAILY SPORT LETTER he objected to some of the rulings by ttlll 14111114111111Itttllll.... ..I.III ..JttII..IIIII..I..1111ttt+'III'
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LIKE UNTO'a'SlE r an umpire named Chill. And it wasn'tso .1"1,1-1111.1-1..1,1 in.411.11 ..IH.1.,.1-III-H..I..II..I.tH4tl... '
(By Frank G. Menke) long ago that Griff and almost his ;"
New York, Aug. 14.-Chris Math entire team got mixed up in a few doings s
ewson, the author pitcher, in a recent in Detroit. It wasn't so very TEN 1
article stating this was an easy year long ago that Connie Mack, the peace- REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD J 7
for umpires, remarked that ben his able Quaker City resident, declared Ji
: THINKS RESERVE, BOARD. boss, John McGraw, was "off" the arbitrators that because of Griffith's actions on a i
SHOULD BE ABOVE this year, an dthat John ball field and his conduct toward um- COOK WITH GAS .F!
:SUSPICIONNew was acting real polite and refined in pires that "Griffith ought to be driven -
his attitude toward the umpires. out of baseball" i ii 'i.
Quite a number. persons will be * i ,
York Member Will Divorce
surprised'to hear this. Among, those As to Frank Chance, Chris nay be
Himself, From All, Financial will be one John McGraw, sometimes partially right. Whether Chance has 1. Convenience 6. Speed
and.Baewess called'"Muggsy" McGraw, and at oth- reformed is a question. But it's true J
'Connections er times "Hit-from-behind" McGraw. that he hasn't been shooed off the 7.
...; 2. Comfort Efficiency
Some of the National league umpireswill field as often as he used to be. 1
:Washington; Aug. 12.;Paul. M.I be surprised, trop To the best'of Among some of the reasons for thisare 8. Safety
Warburg's:testimony before the senate their recollection, they have had to that he hasn't been on the fieldas 3. Cleanliness _
banking' committee' made public chase John from the pastime just regularly as in the old days and 9. Perfect \a
today, '''reveals' that as,' a member of about as often this year as ever be that he's now leading a way down 4. Simplicity Regulation* i
the _federal reserve'board, he will divest fore. And that means they've done second division club. The Yanks, of Heat ,;
when they get their beatings, usuallyget 1
. himself; of all financial connections some considerable chasing. 5. Accessibility
,,,even though not required bylaw 'S. such decisive ones that there is f 10. Economy
to.do so. Perhaps what Chris meant to .impart no question about it-and little
.k -"I.can:not discuss the affairs.'of my to the multitude was that John chance to blame it on the umpire. An ..
' firm or my. partners," said Mr. War- doesn't say as much to the umpiresas umpire can be blamed for many .l.
:burg,"nor: be:asked 'to,criticise acts he used to say in the dear old days things but you can't blame him be- 1. CONVENIENCE
of :ray ;partners; either:' to approve that are passed. There may be some cause the other fellow soaked out a j jJ
them or'iin any other, way I think truth in that. The umpires in late triple with the bases loaded. You Did
'that:myfirm; (KuhnLoeb, & Co.) is,11Ot years have come to know John. Just can't blame him when your fielder you ever sleep over in the morning or come home late in the after- 1
up as'nominee for membership on as'soon as they declare a Giant out or muffs a fly ball, nor can you blame noon and have to,start a fire and wait for the wood stove to "heat up?" 5r
I .t- 'the :federal reserve board; I ,am. I the other fellow safe, they look to- him when your club fails to hit or Did you ever want to make tea or heat up some milk and couldn't because

,.f. xiri going i to;Cleave that. firm; I', am ward J, hn. If they notice that he is fails to field and your pitchers fail to you would have to start a fire in the range for a few minutes work? Did
going to leave, my Hamburg firm, and I about to open his mouth they can anticipate pitch. you ever want to start something cooking and
single with whichI what is coming-to them. So But of course, you can blame the go off and leave it to enter-
every ;-corporation. tain
but
am connected. More than that, I they just wave John from the pasture umpire once in a while. When chance your company, couldn't leave the wood range going. Did you ,1 t
am going to leave', every- educational and thus save their feelings frominjury presents itself Chance presents him eyer-but what's the use? We could keep on giving instances all day why ,.
- 'and 'philanthropic .association with by the harsh, cruel words that self and diligently pursues the busi it is "Convenient" to COOK WITH GAS. .
: 'which I have been connected 'I think John can concoct at a moment's no-' ness of blaming the umpire. Added We will'let you be the judge. Is it "Convenient" 5
to
haven't taken the from strike a match and
who is Ius'ederaf years sting
r a man on reserve'I tice.If turn a valve-and have
't"s.board ought(to be'like Caesar's wife; the article that. Chris wrote his speech, and that's one of the rea. your fire going in an instant, any time you want it?
bi ought tb, be above suspicion; he merely mentioned John's name as a sons why Chance, in ratio to protests, {F
, ,ought, to; be 'without any entangling'party who no longer heckles the umpires has been chased just as. ,often this
'alliancee. one might have gained.the idea year as he was in the old Cub days.
'
Mr. Warburg also said he 'would that Chris wrote that article just, to ORLANDO WATER &
dispose Vf.a all of his interests in railroads I get a stand-in with his boss. But NOTICEIt LIGHT CO.

,mentioning in particular the Chris didn't stop, with lauding John has come to my notice that
Baltimoy &.Ohio 'of which, he was adirector. as, a reformed umpire-baiter. He threats of poisoning animals and GAS DEPARTMENT
mentioned the names of Clarke Griffith j
birds have been made by certain persons
f" the peppery leader of the Sena-!
y-. and that-a number_ of valuable
;,The ,ftoberV, Hungerford Normal. tors; a .Frank.Chance, the Yankee animals have already been poisoned. ., JJJ J J ".", '.'.' ' 1 1 1
,and- Industrial" --School1ri1I'throw open manager. He declared that "like Mc- Any information that will lead to the 1.1111.lllllli.i...;.

jte' dMr October: ,1914for; ; its fall Graw" they no longer cause trouble'1 arrest and conviction of such persons --

;term.:..'JI'e hope,all, students will be :for the umpires I will be thankfully received. HANDLING FRUITS AND VEGETABLES keep growing worse. By the time that the article is in good condition, ,
I t
is "off" the
Griff .
.present. |n the first day. The buildings umpires-when C. E. HOWARD, they are eaten they are worthless, will bring a swarm of buyers.
are being thoroughly'renovated' the police are read around. At other President S.1 P. C. A. and the resolution is made not to pat Other kinds of goods can be carried
times well, the dispatches from
and everything being made 'as comfortable 'the different towns where the Senators A good deal of skill must be called ronize again the man that sold them. I over, and the loss will be only par ;
NO WAR PRICES ON TIRES
' Jas possible.Any' information tial. If fruits and
vegetables be
for in the provision trade, to handle not
: their ball Fortunately
and advertising
stage Because newspaper
concerning :the school may be games sold promptly, the loss is .
- where Griff stages his little act, We bought BEFORE the advance, fruits and vegetables. These goodsare furnishes the way by which these pro complete.A
badbtiting: C. Calhoun
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Eatonvilt "Taming the Umpire." and they are yours long as they last of the most transient character; ducts can be quickly turned. The few dollars spent on advertisingwill
,'. t rill., .Florida.' 8-S-Sat-tf' .. It wasn't so, very long ago that at ORLANDO"Before the AUTO Advance"& SUPPLY prices.. CO. all right today, tomorrow unsalable. prices of all food products have been save hundreds of dollars of loss.
I 1 Griff showed how thoroughly he has 8-13-4t The dealer who attempts to work off high, and people scan the newspapers
If:you?want your. bicycle fixed in I his temper under control by forfeit slightly spoiled material, on his cus- closely to see who is offering special
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'.. 7'.tf ./"< "t Italy ,is Disinclined to Help Her l I More Than Half The Worjd

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".-.t"l'. H ti'I., . Allies of The Triple AllianceRome Involved In. The European War

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..:.' "ff f W ') : <,: .o", Italy, Aug 14.-V Paris, not obliged to assist. AustriaHungary. (By Lawrence Elston, Staff Corre- | miles; 435,000,000 people.
, : : ; '>- spondent of the InternationalNews j Russian Empire
( J : : 15.-Excitement 8,647,657 square
Aug. in theItalian'capital
_: a
. I
.
i
>; The most active work is now going Service) miles; 166,250,000 people.
t' ., has become very acute. Tri London 15.-More than France
.' on among the governments of the ? Aug. one- and her colonies, 4,372,000

: E. :The :Place] :To .Place Money buna in an article, evidently inspiredin j various Balkan states to bring about i j ji half of the world and its people are square miles; 83,850,000 people.

: : official quarters, emphasizes the i a reconstruction of the former Balkan involved in the great war now spread German Empire, 1,243,866 square
.
fact that Great Britain and France league which defeated Turkey in the I ing over all Europe. miles; 80,000,000 people.

r did not really declare.war on Austria recent war. The object of the move- I That is not a broad statement or a Belgium and the Congo Free State,

t, IT MATTERS, LITTLE WHETHER but simply announced that.a state of ment is to assist Russia against Aus- \ glittering generality. Stupendous, 911,000 square miles; 28,000,000 peo

> 'YOU WISH TO START A SAVINGS war existed by reason of Austria'sown tria-Hungary and to keep Turkey in. stunning as it may appear at first pIe.

, acts and that therefore Italy is t active. Ii glance, a study of statistics will showit Austria-Hungary, 261,099 square
: ACCOUNT,' TAKE OUT A :CERTIFICATE -. to be a fact that over fifty percent miles; 51,340,000 people.

j \ OF' ))DEPOSIT, ..OR OPEN A of the earth's area, land and Servia, 23,661 square miles; 4,000
sea, and slightly in excess of fifty percent 000 people.
p f CHECKING ACCOUNTThis --- BIG LINERS MAY flY U.S. MRS PMNllR SUES FOR of the world's population are Germany has secured a foothold in

directly concerned in the conflagra Africa where she controls about one

,, strong bank is .behind any. ,form flAG HA million square miles in the southern

of deposit you' make.' Its strong finan- MilliON tion.Roughly, there are about 56,000,000 part of the continent, German East

f- ,sal 'formation; its experienced officers J. square miles of the world's land area. Africa and German West Africa. Be-

: and its system of. safeguards, makes the. New York, Aug. 15.-The Ham- Fla., Aug. '15.-Mrs. The Powers now at war and their tween these two provinces which are
t Burg-American Line issued a state- colonies occupy approximately 28- about equal in size, lies the great
Martha S. Painter, widow of the late
ment today saying it had under con 982,996 square miles, a trifle more South African British Empire. With
: STATE BANK OF ORLANDO sideration offers to purchase some of Edward 0. Painter, yesterday filed a than half the total. The seas of the Germany entirely eliminated, Africa
suit in the circuit court for claimed
its 'steamers in American waters, val- world are controlled by the powers in would be far on the way toward be-
damages of $500,000, summons ad
re-
: .the "place. to place your money." ... ued at $20,000,000.The spondendum being filed by Mrs. Painter's about the same proportion as the ing an English and French continent
fleet embraces the great steamer France at present holds more African -
attorneys, Stewart & Bly and S. land.Whitaker's
Vaterland, the largest in the world.If London Almanack estimates territory than any other nation,
:' ir' DO ,THIS NOWI! F. Williams, the case being styled
'. sold the vessels would fly the the world's total population in aggregating more than four million
<_, --. ,-' .t' 5--. Martha S. Painter vs. P. Colson Perryetal
: .... American flag and would be the first 1912 at 1,623,300,000 people. The square miles, or a greater area than
: .
.. : '.
: .. '-. ,. : big acquisition to the proposed American warring powers and their colonies that of the United States, with Alas-
: The defendants P. C.
: : are Perry,
., merchant marine. contain 898,440,000 people, consider- ka and the American insular posses-
1' John E. Boyd, the Mutual Life Insur-
+ Company in Mood to Sell ably more than'onehalf.. sions included. This French territory
; I ance of New York the
In its statement the company says: company With so much of the world controlled takes in most of the Sahara Desert,
Equitable Life Assurance Society of
., "It has always been the policy of by .the warring nations, no Algeria in the north and a vast fertile -
the United States, the New York Life
-' this company to dispose of steamers grand division of the earth, no conti- area in the valleys of the Nile
J- : Insurance
the Penn Mutual
wherever a good opportunity offers, company nent and none of the great oceans. is and the Niger.
Life Insurance
of Philadel-
( providing they can be spared. company without the very real possibility of Egypt is still nominally a depend-
phia, and the Fidelity Mutual Life
CHAIRMAN LOCAL TRUSTEES NO INSURANCE MONEY GOES "As the war has forced all our Insurance of I becoming a battle ground for conflict ency of the Turkish Empire, but for

)MAKES WARM REPLY ABROAD fleet into temporary idleness and as Pa. company Philadelphia, between the nationals of the contend all practical purposes both Upper

we now have in American waters I ing powers. Egypt and Lower Egypt are British
I The action, it is understood, is for
,(Continued from page 1) New York, Aug. 15. Acting in the steamers worth more than $20,000- alleged wrongful mutilation of Mr. Least of the continents, Europe, possessions. The Sudan provinces of

I generally:accorded to the'public press, interests of American policy holders 000, bona-fide offers for the purchaseof Painter's body and the,alleged since the time of Columbus, has extended England now join the British territories

: which:.should know something of the the state insurance department has some of them'are being considered. ful sending of the vital wrong-out of its claims over the lands and in East Africa which includes a
;' "Others of our steamers would not organs populations everywhere until todayits I frontage of about four hundred mileson
1: of the the of
temper public._ placed an embargo on sending the state and out of the jurisdictionof
of course be sold 'at price." great governments overshadowthe the Indian ocean. Thus the routeis
If Mr._ McKinnon is not satisfiedwith' any money by' New York, agents of any >I the Florida courts. All this, it is
i and will agree to stand the foreign fire, marine, casualty and life The statement is issued over the alleged, was done without the knowledge greater share of the world's peo- nearly all in British territory for

{ test of :a 'frien primary, in order insurance companies to parent companies signature of William G. Sickel, vice- or consent of MrS Painter. ple as well as the lands. the "Cape to Cairo" railroad.In .

'to find out'just what the people think, abroad during the' war. director of the company. Mrs. Painter is still struggling to The countries now directly involvedin the very heart of tropical Africa

: it will'not cost him a,dollar to learn Thirteen vessels of the line have : obtain the vital held, in the war hold these areas and pop lies the Congo Free State, with near-
now
for himself:, SLOOP OF WAR ALGERINE been tied to their docks in Hoboken Baltimore, and it organs is alleged that all ulations: ly a million square miles, nominallya

L Respectfully, REACHES VANCOUVER practically since the beginning of the companies named as defendantsare British Empire, 13,523,712 square Belgian dependency.
$ a E. HOWARD. hostilities between Germany and Eng.i -
acting in concert to prevent the
1 Ir: Cancouver, B. c., Aug. 15.-The i land. In addition to the Vaterland, widow from obtaining possession.It TWO KILLED BY LIGHTNING BRANAN-LIENHART
" GEN. VON EMMICH, GERMAN British of which I this fleet includes the President 'HITS
sloop war Algerine, is said that Mrs. Painter at WHEN BOLT TREE
,. I ,COMMANDER AT ,LIEGE, had'an exciting trip up the California Grant, 18,000 tons; the President lin- no Mr. Chas. A. Branan, of this city,
'.IS 'DEAD' coast dodging, the German cruiser coln and -the Hamburg, 10,000 tons time gave permission or consent to Macclenny, Fla., Aug. 15.-Light I and Miss Bertha H. Lienhart, of Oviedo -
any autopsy or mutilation of her husband's several in this
ning
played pranks united in
were marriage
each the yesterday
; Pennsylvania, 13,000 tons
is safe in ;
Leipzig, now Esquimalt f I I
,1 body at time in inI
any or any section yesterday, which resulted afternoon at four o'clock the-
-4. ,London, Aug.:'15. .,A dispatch_from harbor. the Koenig Wilhelm II, 9,410 tons; the at
Brussels 'to,the Exchange Telegraph Armenia, 5,464 tons; the. Prinz, Eitel manner and is in no way responsible.The the death of two and the injury of Methodist parsonage, Dr. J. E. Wray
declaration will be filed 'I
,company'flays the death. (Gen. Von I GERMAN: WAR 'PLANES DROP Friedrich, 8,798 tons; ,the Prinz Joa- by one.While I officiating. The best wishes of a
Mrs. Painter's
time
attorneys some I standing under a tree to escape host of friends with the
,Emmich, the ,German'commander ,at BOMBS. ON NAMUR chim, 4,760 tons; the Nassqvia, 3,902 I I go young
between now and September rule the rain, Son Eddy, white, anda
'Liege, is confirmed. He,is to be succeeded tons; the .Pisa, 4,967 tons; the Grae- day.1the couple.

by Gen. Von der Marwitz., London, Aug. 15.-A dispatch from cia, 2,753 tons, and, the. AHemania( colored man who was with him,
4,630 tons. \ management is to be congratu.1 were instantly killed by a bolt. THE TENNESSEE WILL REACH
Namur, Belgium, to the Times says
: .At Boston the Amerika lated on having secured Eddy was a section foreman on the FALMOUTH SUNDAY
9Uo'von"EmD 22,629 tons,
.Gen. was sixty- German flew that
a aeroplane ,over :
tion for the first three days of the
G. S. & F. and -
ax old, .He the and the Cincinnati, 16,639 tons, are railway, was prominent I -
years, joined ,army asa city' last evening and dropped sev week. I
in the north Falmouth, Eng., Aug. 15. The
section of the county -
while
volunteer in 1866 andwas promoted eral bombs. Five men were wounded, held in part, the Rhaetia, 6,600 In addition to Miss Jordan, the' United.States
I : armored cruiser Tennessee
where the accident
two, years,later to -a lieutenancy. He one of them being horribly mangled tons, is idle, at Philadelphia.No Grand will show "The Adventures ofKathryn" , happened.In .
which left New'York
.
the afternoon about 4 o'clock August
on Monday. This is thef
mention is made of the 'identity !
took in the'Franco.Prussian'warin
of the
part i I by the explosion missiles. of the twelfth issue and is- fully up to her lightning injured the young son of 6, with $5,867,000 in gold for the relief -
187Q-7L Afterward he possible purchasers.
was
premoted' former records for excitement. On
Tom Bennett, who lives two miles of American tourists, is expectedto
I through_ all the grades until BANDITS KILL TWO OF POSSE There was considerable speculationas .:Tuesday they will present a two reel' reach Falmouth late
K be :became 'major' general 'in 1901. to whether the Vaterland was ,Vitagraph special feature, "The Last south of town. The boy'was sitting : Sunday.
; J Will." This is said to be one of the 'in the door when the bolt struck the
.1 t
the vessels for sale. ;,She has
When he was appointed to' the command Williamson, W. Va., Aug. 15-Ed. among
best
features ever filmed bv this fam- house. He was knocked out THE WEATHER
of,the. _tenth army corps he was ward Mount, and Sanford: Hatfield, been tied up at her dock with a large I, ous company, and an all-star cast is upon
i nude a'.gen- r l'a members a posse chasing the ban. cargo of coal aboard, according to reports used in making it. the ground and painfully injured Florida: Local thunder showers

dits who yesterday robbed: a paymaster for two weeks or more. No advance in prices.-Adv. I about the head and shoulders. Sunday and probably Monday

:i j RED, CROSS. .CALLS FOR NURSES : and killed three men ,at Glen

Alum, W. Va., were.killed today in a BASEBALL RESULTS

Washington, ,Aug., -The first fight with the robbers at Gilbert 9q"

call for- 'enrolled. Red ;Cross ,nurses Creek. One of the band was wound- American League

't. "for the European expedition has been ed.The < Boston 1, New York 0.
'
q sent, to .the.Red Cross:committee in posse of which Mounts and Cleveland 7, Detroit 1. '

J New' 'York;'Brooklyn, Boston, Phfla- Hatfield were, members had followed Philadelphia 6, Washington 0.

' delphia,. Baltimore. ,' Chicago, Cincinnati the gang through the mountains all I St. Louis 7, Chicago 4. 1 r ,

!' Cleveland,. ,Rochester, Albany, night and came up with them this National League e / e / /

Buffalo-and the states of Connecticut. morning. New York 0, Boston 2.
'
-.A '- ", :and y Jtew' rsey. .It is probable additional The bandits opened fire with deadly Pittsburg 2, Cincinnati 0. .

-:>- -&: nurses from_ other" sections'will effect One bandit was wounded, but Brooklyn 8-13, 'Philadelphia 4-5.

4i' Ye enrolled.. The'plan is to take'phy his comrades assisted him to escape. Chicago 1, St. Louis 2.*

? i liiibns: and nurses who are' .native Large forces have been searchingthe Federal League '

,"8 .born. Americans, to make sure. of absolute mountains for the gang'since the Chicago 10, Pittsburg 6. : r rl

j :-D tra1itr.., robbery. Kansas City 4-11, Baltimore 32.
'I St. Louis 11, Brooklyn 6.

4'NO MORE RESERVISTS TO BELGIUM -. LINER MARIENBAD CAPTUREDNEAR Indianapolis 5-4, Buffalo 48.

'.!" ALEXANDRIA South Atlantic League Safe I> .

*" Charleston 2, Savannah 0.l. epoit
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'" 'Washington_Aug.15.--On' instrac- .Alexandria, Egypt, 'via 'London, Augusta 9, Columbia 3.

leg-tiek&e.notified': Aug. 15. The big new, Austrian- Jacksonville 3, Columbus 3. Eight ; ':

: Lloyd liner Marienbad was captured innings, ; darkness.

'throughout the United State that nom today by a British warship near here Albany-Macon; rain.Southern For your Valuable Papers, Jewelry > "

"reservists are.to be returned to while on the voyage from Bombay to League } .: ,

Belgium.. until further notice. Trieste. She was brought,into port. Memphis 3, Nashville 0. Silver sic. :
Atlanta 6, Chattanooga 5. .

"" -. Birmingham 8, Mobile 0. .

; New Orleans 4, Montgomery 0. .

: : w I IJ -, ; $1.00 PER YEAR AND UP "

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THE GRAND MONDAY, TUES *
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: y ,Correct' -Styles of :Stationery engagement Almost direct in Atlanta from a comes fifty to weeks the :: :.. :: valuables at home when $1.00yill }" ;i.

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Grand Monday Miss Bess Jordan, safeguard them for a year.
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c Do .not. coat any more, : than the haphazard styled "The Big Girl With' the Big :
has held some
Voice. Miss Jordan
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: 1 sort, "but 'they add not'a' little to the 'character record engagements and everywhereshe i C .i
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has sung both press and public ,
k t , r of :your private or public correspondence have been high in their praise of her .
f'"I' An- of business is i work. She has a most wonderful ,- ,; ,,<" '. "'
: important part our I : : ; ,
{ soprano voice which is handled to a : : : : ,(
: t :,to ierMsh the most, exacting customer with good advantage in the many and varied t .:::4; ;:;i.;'.. : .
that she sings. Her rangeis
songs ;
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1 ; (just :the special style shape and :finish, of great and her strong voice enablesher 1l J j-'
to reach tones that would stagger .
'i paper. and'envelopes;>> desired.We .. most of the singers heard in picture : .'. ,. .- .. ... :.' .. .." .' ," ".. " .. .... .. ....",'.- ,- -- ; : ,-
-' ', also have all the leading shapes houses in the South. Having just finished > .. ".'- '
a circuit of the Montgomery; .K.iA 17i3vi
"u :of .pens'and all grades of lead pencils, also houses, she comes well recommended
from them, which is a guarantee that
et J ;both; black: "and white ,ink: and; all the colors she can and does please the. most ex- liJ '

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To the lovers of good singing and ;-
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, 1o. .t ,:t+. 'y'. ,,, ....':..,,r, : natural voice, Miss Jordan sfeoul 1 r ;:':';;:rp: !%:;'J{y ; t Jt t.,: -i ;'ti; Y.U, '.'ti1.7". .v.d.
.'< ? -- '"-T '.....1LkI*' LaJ. irtlMe Stan' please every patron;of.the "Grand- and j..,

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