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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 18, 1914
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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Bibliographic ID: UF00079945
Volume ID: VID00410
Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
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Other version: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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? < .r OF CONFLICT AUSTRIA AND RUSSIA SAYS HE WILL AWAIT DECISION

':WHILE AUSTRIAN R .IShINVADING' RUSSIA OF COURT BEFORE
t e > ._-. .AltMr\,. , MULE 1SUKELYNEAR
h !\\ ,TIlE- RUSSIANS;;ARE; INVADING'.PRUSSIA .AND, Turkish Ambassador at Washington IN CONTACT I SIGNING WARRANTSANSWERS

{I?' 'HAVE OCCUPIED M i iA !AW/DRIVING GOLDEN.GATE G [ Declares, His'Country -

' 'y" GERMANS BACK;;J5EFORE.'THEMFrench Is Too Impoverished to RUSSIAN WAR OFFICE ISSUES [ SNIINt'S[ [ ij QUESTION[

I GERMAN CRUISER COALINGIS Want' More War STATEMENT OF -
Superintendent He
'-:-- Says Did Not
Riflemen Bring, Down German WATCHED BY BIG Washington, Aug. 17.-A. ACTIVITIES
,; -- FRENCH CRUISER Rustem Refer to Quality of Servicein
Bey, the Turkish ambassador here,

Aviator at: Civet{ ." sai<| today;that_while he had no offi Several Skirmishes Have Occurred Former Article But

r't Leipzig Will Be Allowed.to Take cial word from his government on re : and Russian Cavalry to the Quantity

Enough Coal at'San Fran ports that.Turkey had bought the two -
Constantly Harasses
- ParRepert; _Says German Cavalry 'Has Reached. Wavre, FifteenMike cisco ta Get to Nearest he German|lad cruisers, Goeben and Breslau, The newspapers have been very
good reason to believe Austrians
,Fre 'Brasgete, ,Where Grouchy. Was Defeated_ Ninetyftiae Home Port :- such reports were::correet.- that- ( courteous and generous with their
space_ and T hesitate to i rrmnco___ mrr-_.-
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::1': Years Agoby the Prussians-Japan ,Is :Likely to r As proof of Turkey's intention of J St. Petersburg, Russia, via London, self upon them further, but nn a serious
San Francisco, Aug. 17.-The.Ger i neutrality,'unless forced into the
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Pfece. United States Embarrassing Position- against war Aug. 17.The Russian war office tot charge prompts me to "rise to a ques-
man cruiser Leipzig came into port her will, the ambassador }
: day issued official tion of
an communication personal privilege.
< War tax WiB.Probably.Be Levied.by Congress early today and began to take on coal pointed out ,that an English officer, I giving information as to the recentmilitary Mr. Howard in his Sunday morn-

'r;-.,:-._ :to Replenish Revenues_ I I and supplies. Contracts already had head of the British naval mission in i I movements on the frontierictween ing address to the people through the

been placed with coal, victualing,towing Turkey, engaged before'' the war began ; Austrian Galicia and Russian Sentinel characterized
Reduced by the War a statement in
: *- -and'lightering : to
; reorganize the
companies by theacting Turkish
,
I navy Poland. It says: my article of Saturday morning in
German consul. had' been placed in commandof the

" t arParisj; Aug;ll;-(iSpeciaL( .)--German cavalry activity at Wavrer1fteeniniles Permission in 'writing, however,, I ships. movements"The defensive of operations and the the same out paper of as the"a whole gratuitous cloth."fabrication I-

: :: southeast.of Brussels, was reported this evening i in 'had'not: been formally requested and L I. The Goeben and Breslau, he said, of the Russian reconnoitering detachments the do not think any man, or woman, or
as soon as the collector of the wot Id'take the places of army on
two Turkish
,
:official( circles'here.: ,After o days of inactivity certain troops port frontier of Galicia between August Mr. Howard will believe for a moment -
learned that had warships held
coaling begun without at English shipyardsat
: of Uhlans. 'un'-<_'
:t' !|an":front' : stopped until the formalities had bee were taken by Great Britain for her : by cavalry supported by infantry and statement out that of was the whole"a gratuitous cloth." fabrication ,

1 lit is adrtt ( '''reinfdrcements have joined the Germans, whereUpon completed. own use.Turkey. rtfflery. statements in article The
my require.noth-
; ,they'proceeded inthe; ,direction of' Wavre. During the advancejtfe The acting German consul protested could not afford to break "In the provinces of Piotrkoff and ing explanatory or supplemental for
;: .. but: the collector was firm. Inspector neutrality unless forced to do Kiel e, the Austrian cavalry occupied
;) so, the
:Germans. "encounterd the, fire: of the Belgian outposts. Bulger,'hesaid., would examine .- ambassador asserted. He declared a front of over fifty miles in length their substantiation, for their truth is

: !After a number skirmishes the" >German'. '.offnsive movement wareported s the cruiser's, bunkers, report how losses in the recent Balkan/war, the extending along a tine from Tchens- attested in the stating and by all the
J :tohave:i been i : circumstances of the case. A few observations .
stopped.Wavre much coal'she needed to take Her toApia present decrease of customs revenues tochova through Andrejew to San-

:, :: ;.:r entioned i ,in the above; is "a town of 10,000 popofutioni Samoa, her nearest Home port, and general trade disturbances: and domic. The cavalry was supported Mr. Howard may be made.of me, "lIe

').Jn'the,E ) of and that much and no more would be the cost of mobilization which has by infantry and by artillery."On says uses a
provInce .Brabant"on\the .Dyle river. It.lies:20, ; lot of space in trying to beat the devil
ri' ::miles n6rtwe) it of'..IJamur 'ten permitted her. The Leipzig had been necessary as a precaution, would August 14 Austrian advanceguards around the I
:: ,miles ,southwest of'Lbuvain. and stump have not called
' 'i- ;' -'- . placed an order for 700,tons.t keep rkey.out. of the Europeanstruggle. penetrated a short distancentq
::52'miles fom6lnan: ';:'wnerethe, ; fighting'. ,Saturday occurred.4abutfifteen . Lurking in the ;fog bank off the .Russian territory. It is reported anybody have been a devil, but if that is whatI
beat
trying to ,I must have.
: milessouth: .Brussels and is the closest 'Farallones is1 that this offensive
,point.to supposed to be the movement was
1'.1_ _'L!_'_ "" ,. 'i _. . I AT 90 SEEKS dealt a telling blow, judging from the
:,ui UBBCUT French armored cruiser Montcalm '7th WIFE checked by the Russian
troops.
; Vuuu J ,lurciuiaualatWLUiig .w taineL":, 'tM...- vessel superior in everything but "An Austrian
>- \. r_ Dalton, Ga., Aug. 17.="I'm looking attempt to advance "If Mr. :McKinnon is not sat-

;;. histqncally.prominent:>from the'fact, that it was the speed to the Leipzig. The Leipzig is for my seventh wife," sang "Uncle from Andrejew toward Kielce failedon isfied with this, and will agree to

'seene,: on ;:June (17;,-1815, of, the ,battle in :which;,the Napoleonic the of only Montcalm 3,250 of tons 9 displacement 67. and Bob Knox, a ninety year old veteran August 15 when the ..Russianroops stand the test of a friendly primary
,
by a series of brilliant in
order
of the Mexican cavalry to find out just what the
.g eneral'Groucly1inet. and.. ::was. defeated'by the Prussians. _. war, when told succeeded peo
attacks in'
tKe
i..* ;.. the the;jury bad .freed him from dislodging ; pIe think, it will not cost him a dollar
: . FIND SKELETON MAN EATEN Mrs. Knox 6th on the ground of de enemy from Kielce and also occupieda I to learn for himself." I am satisfied .

,;BELGIANS, >-' MOVE- CAPITAL: FROM- BRUSSELS TO ANTWERP BY CANNIBALS sertion., town in the Tomaschoff district. that the people think well of me.

4. Brus ,\Aug.-17.; ...;(Speciah--Because) : :of the approach of The old man then proceeded to "The Russian cavalry cut up the If Mr. Howard wants to know what
< Vancouver, B. C., Aug. 17.-While Austrian advance they think of him he hold
,German:cavalry"uponthiscity the quote an original poem, in which he guards and invadedthe can his pri
; Belgian capital was tonight excavating on Brechin Point, near told of his search for a seventh wife. frontiers of Austrian Galicia, mary. I imagine it would be interesting -

'hurrieflytmoved/to Antwer_ p;:while,hurried measures. were taken. Nanaimo H. B.Greave unearthed the "Home is a mighty poor"place without : penetrating a distance of eight miles. to read the ballots.

fa...:._perfect the',defeffies" of the city. bones of a skeleton which are believed a woman in it," he said when "Near Tomaschoff Russian cavalry My reference to the seven Hundred

to be those of a white man buried asked if he really intended marryinga inflicted serious losses on the eleventh and fifty children receiving no service -

'FRENCH. " . BRING- -,DOWN GERMAN AVIATOR-AND KILL TEN over one hundred years ago. seventh time.. I. Austrian dragoon regiment in a I find was not clearly under-

GERMAN TROOPERS.: The skeleton, which was buried in After ,making this evasive answehe brilliant sabre engagement. stood, though a full statement was

.London,. Aug.., -17.-(Special.)-A Paris despatch the about- three feet of earth, was surrounded refused to discuss"his plans, but i r"The Russian cavalry is in closecontact made to the school board and to the
to Exchange by clam shells and other evidences with the time
is rumored that he is.in the center of the enemy everywhere. public at the trouble arose.
Telegraph: company reports 'that while a German aviator I of an Indian clam feast Since the carpet and looking around for The law requires a daily session of

',was jlyirig' ..over.Givet from the direction.of Rocheforte the French the remains were buried a large cedar the favored lady. five hours exclusive of recesses. The
-
i jRredupon( [ the, machine,", killing, the aviator and destroying the tree has grown over the place. TENNESSEE LANDS G GOLIAT l J actual' daily session of the Orlando

machine. Ten .German 'cavalry' Residents of the neighborhood be- TWO BRITISH SHIPS SAILED school was four hours inclusive of
troopers were killed and
the .remainder lieve that ,the skeleton is the bonesof FROM
PENSACOLATwo recesses Deduct a fifteen minute recess -
.of;the;patrol putfd flightjri FALMOUTH
: a skirmish'at Dinant
one of five members of CaptGeorge from four hours, if less was given {

.!!- "'- --' ---- Vancouver's crew, who disap- British ships have sailed from the children were imposed on, and
t AUSTRIAN ,FORCE INVADING I Pensacola in spite of the fact that -
RUSSIA peared when that great navigator there remains a daily session of three
: $(15OOO SENT TO
the
LONDON
German cruisers
London; ,- g..J7.,-(SPeci .)-An Austrian force divided into I visited Departure Bay in 1791-92. are seizing every hours and forty-five minutes, whichis
I ship
The the time they can get their hands on. TO RELIEVE AMERICANS threefourths'of
'r. -armt:4ros':is succeeding supposition at was five hours, the required -
r in pressing. well into. Russian : They are the first to leave since
war
that the men had fallen into the handsof IN DISTRESS daily session. Hence the chil
"territory ,According tQ: :dispatch from Vienna the Russians.are Indian cannibals., was",declared between Germany and dren were deprived of one-fourth of

, ttejnptmg.to; "reacn' Salosce,.Bodey and 'Solakin, close to the Russian .. 'England, but it is thought'others will I the privilege the law accords them.

. ; frontier: northwest of ENGLAND leave if arrangements can ,be made Over Four Million Remains, on
:, Lemburg, but have been forced to halt LOSES MILITARY And it was for this one-fourth time
; -their advance.. LEADER The Oceana sailed with a cargo oJ f U. S. Cruiser, Most of Which t they received no service. This is an
over three million feet of lumber,
t : bound for Genoa Italy, while the Alt- Is Expected to Go to eight months term amounts to two

: ,*-RUSSIAN*\. .. FORCE ,ADVANCING" INTO PRUSSIA AND DRIV- "London, Aug. 17.-Lieut Gen. son sailed with two hundred and for- months. This lost one-fourth time,
ING GERMANS BEFORE THEMI Grierson died suddenly 'm a train in London never to be recovered, the children
:** ty-six thousand bushels of wheat for
i England today. General Grierson, were not taught;for they were not in
ndonr; Aug; -17.-Special.-A) telegram to the Star from Liverpool school be
to It
who was born in 1859, was one of the Falmouth taught. was to this
Eng., Aug. 17.-The
Paris'says. it has been announced that Russian sum one-fourth lost time to which I
; troops have occu- foremost' of.British military leader THE WEATHER of $415,000 in American governmentgold referred -

(.pied/Iftargradow i and eadvancJng'in northwest Prussia.driv- Hehad a long war record and at the was removed from the cruiser and not to the quality of the

)ing the Germans back:before them. time of his death held eastern command Florida: Local thunder showers Tennessee and sent to London this service rendered '

. .<;. in the British army. Tuesday and Wednesday. The The Sentinel in the Saturday editorial -
r morning. gold was in small kegs
t3 .:PRESIDENT SENT.,MESSAGE' which asked this question: "Will you,
TO CONGRESS RELATIVE TO were nveloped in a sail fastened -!
,. ,", Mayor Sperry is spending ,today in A new'line of attractive books for 1 Mr. McKinnon, sign the warrants if
DEFICIT IN REVENUES securely and dropped
AS a large
RESULT OF WAR by
Jacksonville, looking after business boys and girls; all titles; only 35c. derrick a majority of the patrons of the Orlando -
Washington, Aug. 17.-(Special.)-President'Wilson today conferred matters.' I 1 each. Curtis & O'Neal into a sailing vessel which school signify their wish that
was at once towed to wharf.
a
: :, with Senator Simmons and do sot" This is what
, '....\...:_.;:-_ ., ... Representative-, Underwood, I ----. The operation was watched by a you logicians
: uauiilau 01'iue wajo.and ,means plans for term; a "nonsequitur. It does not
t ,
cuiiinuuw
meeting
the uu feeling that Japan has taken sharp advantage of the situationcreated large number of residents of Fal- logically follow from what went be
:. treasury''deficit -
caused_ by the falling off of from
'Europe.. .After the "importations by the European war and it 'is feared her:move against month. After the gold had been landed fore. The question in my article was
conference it became known that it
the was placed
president -. Germany will be followed by .other acts,, more distasteful to this on a wagon by not whether the people wanted the ;
had
{ sent'a to American sailors and taken to the
message congress'outliriing- method.for mak teachers paid or not, but whether the
It ri lng.uK.the!! lost.revenue as soon as the extent of the.deficit isdefiV country. railroad station. It was stacked in people had delegated to :Mr. Howardthe
rr :Tniteiy indicated It was pointed out today by officials in touch.with the situation special steel bullion car and secure authority to speak for them in

f )rfi expected lax that.it was difficult' to believe Japan would restore Kiau.Chau, to ly locked Withtwo keys, one of which this.case.. But I will answer the ques
a war will imposed. Mr. Underwood
the" is of China, including the city of Sing Tau, with $7,000,000 harbor, was kept by 'the railroad companyand tion. The signing of warrants in
opinion that:there is, no immediate for the the other the
necessity by American Express
"t :tion of impost I when she clung tenaciously to the Chinese fortress of.Port Arthur this, as in all cases, is a question of
..a, Wartax'and, told the
so president. and the South Manchurian railroad: company law Questions of law are not determined -
:
During today,the president told callers rhe'had not given his attention While : &* The train left Falmouth at half by a vote of the people but by
the best
putting face '
.
fully to the subject but pointed out,that it would be, :possible on the'jsituation, secretly past eleven_and'was to reach Londonat the decision of the courts. So far I
.' possible . there is a feeling madmimstration_ circles' that the-United States .a, .quarterto this eveninwhen'the
; seven have been
to. issue. .,more. 'Pan ana*-canal bonds'.if ': ; g sustained by the courts.
necessary.
(- ;. ;. has "been held up" by Japan, and if-China attempts to:resist the bullion was to be taken immediately The case is before the supreme court.

Y JAPAN, .,,HAS,PLACED"UNITED.;: # ,1 taking" of.Kiau Chau,the'position of this.government. wffl be. still 'to, the Bank of England. I. am awaiting its decision.

) -- STATESINEMBARRASSINGPOSITION more. 'embarrassing., -- ,The: gold> remaining on board _the I j. F. MCKINNON. .
,i Tennessee comprises $3,000,000 belonging -
;
Washington,.,Aug.J17. .=.-(Secial.VJapaais) ultimatum (Germanyjjnll RUSSIAWILL'G--- ,_ '. : to American bankers and GERMANS ARRESTED IN JA

not be;) :prp- eAe by' the UmtedStates., > ; ,President. :.Wit. :j, ... ., ,. .T,CIVIL:AND POLITiC" ; --, :''. '" 'H ..SJ OTer' :'lQ60,000! of
-; -' TOJWS1..5. ,:; : A large consjgnmeat of. the banker
t son today : t' -zu >
; &aMthatfe; believed Japan's declaration << : -
; ', thattKiau .
Chau '- - - .' 1 : =Paris;;An g:Jlr,-;-(S cial.-A ( :. gd&jfiaajp +e'ti eferreed'to' London
; would % :returned: Aug. 17/ All Germans
f. :ejdU lly>: to. China :
: : was made in "
good ical rigkt "pasdelay r tae w.- The bankers
% ato, a11Je: sia: Busaia committee
'o resident in
iI"! Jamaica have been
faith,- andhe ind iIi t'"he UBit tfStatefwuLf t8k > : .3re J.. placed
; MiawaitiBg 'o&le instructions
live"attitude_-con- #%" 'fU. in.the" :_Orient- .. - a !' : : act18.Of: 8t'eet' : '... .. .... 'it from New; :York:,aad it is::expected ,under- arrest, according to the captainof
I the
," : .b li yedbfollOW. . d-by; anev' II steamship Obidense, in port
'.D. .,the 'administrtt ', - "h. .. __ : ert bet- .. :tfcftfc awfft of the:; -
: will
ceaegnmeat
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Mi's acquiescefice :
elite : ,. there. ,is an': Russia aad-the & stat. > go today from'Jamaican ports. The ObI -
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'i .1 ; LADIES' SKIRTS ; SHOES. we sell twelve months in the year at 12 l-2c a yard.
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} THE MERE ANNOUNCEMENT of this event should be sufficient to pack our-store until all surplus lines are cleared away.

- r. You know the:principles which guide our business. Excess stocks must be cleared outin the season for which they were purchased

-' ; ?You know the quality,the merchandise we sell. You; know that when our decision is made, as now, that the saving chances are

T avlilable'u.advertised. Why are wesellmggood merchandise so much cheaper than other stores are selling any kind of goods.

: 'THE -CKWORTH CO. sells no goods of quality of
poor nor uncertain service, at any time. Everything that comes
{ : in.to to out among the hundreds! of patrons of the store, carries a warrant of satisfaction, whatever the price. Also our assortments

j, -, ''be0ii4'Ui. ordinary, and include'.goods of a higher perfection than other stores regularly show- go

At season's start off our merchandise is marked what it is worth
a plus a rightful profit. Any one can attest to the fairness of our

,. .; pricing. As tl e.seasonw.anes: remaining goods are forced out, regardless of price, profit and worth, to prevent an overlap into the

L newer itylepenod., Weare engaged the forcing out process now. Any store Can paper talk Of qUality and low The
Yowell;cworth)[ .Store-can show both.. prices.



ALE OPENS WEDNESDAY AUGUST 19

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i c-MISSELNES' ; ,:,full::1 d. wide, EXTRA EXTRA EXTRA
": 'a tgwtifil H e ef' rotors to Ladies Patent Gun Metal
....OitiltIIe regular $1.00 Beautiful nl fancy Tan and White Buck Colonial 3
.kfarf ,.:..'.,...... i".... : 69c WOOL, DRESS GOODS Values stripes and plaids and'40ind: Ladies' GOWNS made of Nain Pumps, $3.50 value......,... 2'59

.' -. . . ,up to $1.00 Dolly Varden Voiles, 35 and sook Lace, trimmed, 75c value
50 cts. ,values .
. s UNION-MADE,WORK PANTS, 25 cents 39 centsEXTRA LAWNS, DIMITY, BASTITE,
'OVERALLS" :AND SHIRTS 19 cents TISSUES AND CREPES, beau
tIfol.line of patterns, value
r ; Best :Grade Werk Pasts..:... 93c EXTRASILKS to 2ac. up A
._ EXTRA. your choice .......... 1UC a
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;tGraIleyerals- - f. in plain and fancy patterns Ladies' HOSE in plain and CREPES Floral, 35cMEN'S HOLE-PROOF
designs,
,. worth, up to 50c fancy colors, the best 50c values, IERY, all colors, extra HOS19c ;
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quality,
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s .U.. .SiiiWerk' SIIIrts...,!., 4 S C.- ,centsv, .M .
15 Flaxons, in plain
25 cents w cents '. and fancy
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.- white checks, stripes and figures -

CREAM SERGE for l Wash .. t 35c. value .. .. .. .'. .. 17 C .

Skirts,teeks Ike wee!, soJJtCkes -
12 N
wide, 25c quality'TOWEL I c. EXTRA
LACES, Big lot of Val and
Torchon, in edges and insertions
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'' BARGAIN. ,- 'HeavyhewMi 12 l-2c. and 15c. values.. ..; 3 C
t hack, size 18x36, rag- LAWNS IN PLAIN WHITE and
Bkr:15 eeat,qaaMty; .i... .. ... 71 C COLORS,
RIBBON S,in
India Linn plain and fancy,
\ Pajama Checks, and a value up-to 50c., your choice . 25C

MESS GINGUAMSJplaIn,.. good staple Gingham, 10c. and 12 l-2c.
cetera, 'checks,, stripes aadpkkfe
-: ,::19 ,wit ..- /... .0". 71/c 0 values, this sale AL MEN'S OXFORDS TAN,and too GUN values.MET-.. />.89

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UMBRELLAS for. Ladies. and, Men, PERCALES, full yard wide, splendid
$W. valuePARASOLS .:......:............ 98c. designs,_regular 12J c quality..... 81.2c_ SECOND FLOOR .CLEARANCE SALE PRICES
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," : LONSDALE.and all the best brand LADIES'WAISTS, in Voiles and THIRD FLOOR
la white and '
j 'f rakes' up 'to" $2.50............fancy..... 85e ..quality of Bleaching, 11 yards; full,for yard..wide....,.12YJc..... $1.00 Crepes, $3.00 and $3.50 value .... $1 98 1 Quartered Golden Oak Buffet,
0 BLEACHING, LADIES' KIMONAS, made of ulcer Price $65.00, Sale Price.Reg.t53... .50
CHILDREN'S SOX, plain:and full yard wide, Re ...........8llko48c :
00 line
fuCJ.15c gu. $1.00 Taule.
'r 26c.Take' ..:..................... lar lOc gaalityl2. yds. fpr....... 1 Quartered Golden Oak Buffet, $3$25 98
PAJAMA. CHECK, CHILDREN'S SCHOOL DRESSES, value, for .................... .
full yard wide, 98c
CHILDREN'S SOX, .plain and fancy,. lOc Regular "15c qualityEMBROIDERIES .............. 9c made of Gingham,$L25L50 value 2 Quartered Golden Oak Buffet,
t 15c'-quality" .'"H"."" ..".. value .......................$27$20 98
in Edges, Bands CHILDREN'S ,MUSLIN DRAWERS, 19c
19c rakes up to 15c for value .................. ... $19.98
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wwi,.Xc Take .... ..... .... One Urge let LADIES DRESSES at just oneLADIES' RAINCOATS, ruberized, eo eo

:MEN'S SUE, : SHIRTS half the' Regular Price. Regular $7.50 quality ........... $4.98 1 value GOLDEN....OAK......BUFFET.........,..$2150......,16.98

SECOND FLOOR CHILDREN'S RAIN. CAPES, regular : 00 1 GOLDEN OAK BUFFET,
:';:$100" Take ...:...!.....:......... >$1'.98 LADIES' SILK WAISTS, in white $1.50 and and $2.00 quality.. $1' value .................... S16.00t1149
-. and pink, with Organdie collar and One lot of Ladies' Trimmed Hats, $1.50 GOLDEN OAK DINING 1 IQ
$150 Take ,............:.......... $2.15 cuffs, great value at $1.50, at....' 98 C .worth up to $15 your. choice.... $2.25 CH AI................. $1.17
$2.00 GOLDEN OAK DININGCHAIRS

'"' a $440 Take.' ........................ 2.98 'GROCERY DEPARTMENT ....................... $1.49
% > J $3.00 GOLDOAK DININGCHAIRS
LADIES' HAND BAGS in plain ....................... $2.00
,White-' $LOO Take..t' .....,...... 25c. Flour has gone up in price, but we having' purchased Snow Drift LARD. 10 ft. pail, for. $1.20 Closing out our Rugs to make room for our
a large: supply bef ore the advance; enables large Fall and Winter Stock.
BATH" TOWELS ., .the 1 Everlasting 29c us to make prices much wider the Market Snow Drift LARD, 4 ft. pail, for.-.. 40-. 9x12 AXMINISTER, value

kkri,;large rite; 40e quality.....*. Yalae. Sale ................ ....$25.50fI7.99....
1 Pound can Royal Baking Powder.. 38c :
INDIAN UN E.N32. inches' wide, Serr-Us Brand Flour, Fancy Patent- : 9x12 VELVETS, value $25.00, ,;ale.. 14,49
Cindrella ,
k lOc, Brand PEAS extra fancy,
c sheer --.15c quality 98 pound Sacks.------$3.40 20c value .,i.................... 13c 9x12 9 WIRE TAPESTERY, $18.00

'1 size, Sale ..........................:$12.98
B8D6PBEAD6 ire
:. "'lei.' .lam.'. :$150 qaityCHIFFON '. .ManeiJ$119. 48 pound, Sacks...................$1.75 Or per dozen' ,...................... $1,54. .9x12 TAPESTERY, value $14.00,
0- + Cindrelk Brand TOMATOES, 2 ft. $9.98
24_ pound Sacks:. ..... ,: strictly high grade. Special Sale _
: TAFFETA 9Oc. 87
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yard .u"-.u.
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.wide,........ BM- caters,.$L50 per dozen : Rugs of all sizes included in this Sale.
, # ,. "ace: .$Lqty. ...:!..,..-...!..:...... $-j.19, 12.pound:Sacks,....._-.,.....:..>.'.:..:':.:... 45c ,,..IIGBt'RoSe" . Fancy, Maine CORN. sM AO An Draperies sold during this Sale will be
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\. t' -f.., .:. ,Special. .per,d sen___"-' .._..... .....fl/iO. made Free of Charge.

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',:: 1; .. iE... : :'':BUSINESS SUNDAY' .. : :URGE;FULL'.WIDTf: PAWN(; IMIIMIHIIIMMIHMM i
SI Iae 1 ; .J : =, 7t. ; : 1 : ..,. ; .
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..,wart-AN0" ..i Wf_IKtVtMtor.". '";r'y':.' :" !">;!"" ''. W'"tMt'.; . .\. JPaderewdci' ,.': ,tf .- 1y.Ptent'':. '" 'Cnrs: A:booze.poriuas ''''' '> ;o}_ t. ''r.',-1't mwm
...........' :in t4 OVMT.Orlawb rr-tl'piaaist,: 'can :pky, 50.'pieci* are a,little'carelesa abput remembering t.IJbentral ..lveDUel. perty own1ers
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;; .; .: > ff'B:iittiinary,' 'One of our"neighborsoset'Plarthesame the Sabbath day" George* held t a short meeting in' the- city .hall

.... ,. piece 500. times Street, 'a 'colored' barber at the, San 'yesterday afternoon,and appointed a
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<,. ow. with aiopping, . And frequently, Juan barber shop; visited ,Plant City ,committee to:appear before' the. coun-
: 'i ._5tf88 In'' ;1ATM- : (feea.it. :- Sunday and, brought enough booze ''cfl this_afternoon ,or as.soo 'as they '''iF',. '
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S. l"Y
i :. ..u.--.t.- :, V* back with-him Sunday night to stock Jean get a hearing, and urge:the pavement -
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in full
We thoroughly J> elieve :optimism a .small.bar room. :He has been suspected Central avenue width
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.DaIr.. 1,:JI.oBtk.. <\ H..u.. . -xs- '
'- - < 'and:wfeire the man,who.;caD always 'for some ,time of running .a instead of.24 feet Thejersonnelof

f '_ : fJ.tt;: :: ;: !;::( 'see. jt&e'silver. ,lining.. even of-the oirk- sightless tiger and when he steppedoff'thetrain the committee is R. L. Holland, Chas.
.,.. -: est'clond. Bet.the'present'fad'of in; :: theofficerswere" waiting -t I3fcDonnell and M. S.King..
'-)1 .TOrt ABYliilal8; .. E; aietiagjthat;trade'" is 'good'even ,if itla'sot '' 'for him.. -! I .A member of :the committee Intl.matedH'to' .. ,.

. .r- ..; .;...' ...i..r ,-aDd reiterating that'times:are' Street'had a prettywetI' developed" the; ,Sentinel represents.tivesthat -

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.1 f lilt art later tkn J f.Iht *
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4v MN. I.& ..;;'W nbr. ..nn.irieseeei us:somewhat'like attempting'to.cure various kinds of booze. he bought action, but believed with all the

:;! : eeatnct.,.*r rtyta.:, tt ;II.. typhoid fever. by,saying you hayen't before investing. After looking facts,before the council,their petition

...isri..... 'iili.autl,- -" tlA, '.M ..,...- ',...iered't.dafrfa ..;;. :got it, or",redUcing the;fracture. of.. :a around Street .stepped back on ,the'trai Vould -be. granted.. They will urge

'. ti:: sbo14 : 'The.Sentinel ;di eon- I t limb(By saying it is not fractured.. It 1 and reappeared with two very upon the council that Central avenueis

"Jeai'dI.W,toed '01,a TOtUy: the, .hernie.office fe.writing" gill U nit :isV-Wntifal. :theory but..your conyaence heavy suit cases. A.policeman then one of the _most important thor-

'we: ':t"(M-,..'" 1werilti...-...ragas.,. :$ hind.of'17urts'you if .tie,.pa- I stepped'forwatd'aDd intrwiatftd himself -' lag.fll.res 'm. the city ana that it Will
C-p. }.Beg. wttoe':to''44a Jrreeared, .. :tieat;: dies, [ 'as Reporter for'the city'astde,.''be only a questionn .
_p =T'SlTUESDAYi; ;AU.GUST:1- : 1914r9lai ';_ "'" ;. "9'9' I relieving: ,him of his baggage. When nnil ibz sheetwil have. to'be paged

JBt1- Lake.McLuke asks, "What has become the suit cases were, opened one was full width.
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", '' of'jthe ;:old_ fashioned ;girl :whousedta@at found*to contain forty ,half-pints of
hnissY> faapt at Swiss em=
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_ ;Pbioideiy,:haya. ceesed. ; Sssn fcy bed tme1tfi 'ieqrn a 4--t>> ous' ::1t.,.'WIDSt.: '::file j stdger fll' ,#h;; 'll&1e n akngcaateftt

: t .I', ? ?q: knr is a l'2ip, vexatdes ., i}e pte1'"t DWned this dozen hot.. .iae;> M ptf'ay e ;Tampa: HAPPY WEEK
''': bsstias'f htrke'$ &tw.e:: des -ll f ihE' FInz3a Big Fp -, I'assaea ele rcatiaa'
Seat"file, France, If some,one ;< ore aatiagatizcg .
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will;reply''that she is ,still at-,home, pants best. time the
; ad'poiu_ Alsace-Lorraine, :WouIda'tLT4 quite a in.selecting best instrument -
:' indi.it is long:past bed time, but she Heretofore it has been Street's.custom All of the noise making

U .. <,1.'t.. 0 edt, .- is sitting:' up'waiting far the sew: according to the polio to visit: instruments invented and some which Times, Short !r Only three

c .fashioned girl that does_cot get-home Plant City.and bring his blind tiger
: wilt be used
: : :laab, b&a been'elected. press, ; are ,very new . A salute

Wit'"at the-"1A.- ..A .&' }'.: 'railway antsimassing;*.. s s i supply hack is a trunK< having tJe wSl ,he fired &s' tie aa&s&jbzle 5a- more days are left of
trsak checked azdy as far as Pine
rade the Cx&es back building
-Wallatreet is very:fond,of iambs : passes -
; > The "Short Talks" c lizmn of, the'Time.sU Castle and employing a drayman to and this will be a signal for every -
: -p ": on, continues to he 'fiery go down and get' it on some dark whistle in town to this Event
',. ireadia-got'rid of the cows. through'"w" open up. "
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? readable and timely despite the fact night. No doubt he, while reposingin
.!"' t'u ZUltH, Tim-Unifln sllgi -, "
eleetieri that tie regular editor of that department I: j&U,:m& wish he had followed.the
.% gents one to get tidelterats. ,J LOSr--Ruuch. of keys, probably one
is offon biz honeymoon..1 usual custom, which made it very :
dozen
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.1 including postofficfe key.
hard for the police"to catch him with Finder leave at Sentinel office.
An. etttsrgrig job prater, with trip.TSieii
I be returns with his assistant 1 the goods.enlistment. 8-I8-3t
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}a' big stock of ultimatums'and deda- HAPPY WEEK" ENDS THURSDAY
: "S ort Talks" editor and domestic I
.:rgtqres',, azi- Lauds. tLu1 a'1 1
'fire! ms wars Ee3ge:: }" manager( his work: 'sbonid be better 1 The m65t. zerio a' did w ask to the t. Babber.Siampa,made to prder atWarmwi's NOON THATS THE BURDEN

'S ; than. ever. < ,of -many recruits for up Attpairflp. SZtL
= 0'.' ee: campaigns is the extreme sensitiveness OF OUR SONG. GIVE HEED 'TO IT

Xeeops' ;. liim o Squainabol' 'is.the Those ttnttot ,seats round the , 'of.th. ;trous r's pockets. I WOOD, COAL AND ICE AND MAKE EVERY HOUR OF THE
:injector of Italian schools.
royal '
; band stand and,the lakes'are most too'warmto I Wood, $.50 a strand up. Hand's
When a :pupil learns'to:spell and pro-. be of enchase is thefngid'to 's amiiier Coal Yard, phone 566. 931tfliiiiHiliiltltHtllHtiil LAST THREE DAYS OF THIS EVENT
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; t I .Jo jtMi name- he' Qught.' ...to be sUoo rind theye decidedly too good many. things we never saw. We COUKT .

( izi4a t d. tl never saw a woman sit on a dry .
in ,
' - sit on the winter season. I -
;. .'._ ..... < 0 goods box.and surround herself with
"r In_the"spring,and,fall they are rather "
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SL Afcat the timt a. tavni gets free I little of extract of
r* ; filthy pools :tobacco -
hard :
%" Z j r * > and unyielding; bat.at all other
.' r; il delivery snd'it ii-no longer'nec-: !seasons of''the they.re fine-1D ,,sprayed.through her teeth. We

'essart toe.to: the postoffice>> ,; thegovernment look at .year. '* i never saw,one go fishing with a bottle IMcCUllOCU'SDepart .. .
3
builds -.a, fine postoffice V *. i. i ,of bait in her pocket. sit on, the
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building. They_ire going to have..aconven-: 'damp ground and go home drunk at '

Jr- ....w;: ',. ':' 'tion'in :joyous Jacksonville 'rearrange night. We never saw'a woman yank Store COME TO DAY !

The wai.,_- at'1_ accomplished : h loek'dia1s', evolve "an off her coat and swear she could whip
son good in Russia;where'the Poles.hive r 'Come
I the biggest man in town. to
hoar of
for Florida
,daylight"
more
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been.promised! freedom. ,of .religion : Great+ .scheme.bat. w* are wondering think 'of it, there are many things,we COME TO-MORROW! COME PREPARED

and language' and the Jews will who is to be the modern-Joshua.'whoshall never saw a woman do, and, don't Jelly Tumblers TO BUY SEASONABLE SUMMER -
obtain ciyfl and.political.rights. :want to, either.- ,
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; ... give;:the command, "Sun stand
\ MERCHANDISE AT LESS THANIT
thou: still upon Gideon; and thou,
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:A, Pitteburg" man .is paying his -
{ debts' : Moon, in the valley of Aj !on." llllilliMMIHMIIIMIIIT.F.BOURW Fruit Jars HAS SOLD FOR THIS SEASON.
because he.be7fi9 the esd.of .
i ,
r'iift work:is.cbsaitig. :It 'w<3d it seems to us that & '

s :-iA,Florida< ? :if-',to;vii- encourage would'have. that.the.'belief'same H.[ B. Floyd, ,the poet-philosopher of j' Licensed Plumber and all kindsrreservinR H MATTER HOW HIGH YOU HAVE

ta"ett Apalachicola, (is, the logical man ,to Sanitary Engineer' ,
'7- make. the proclamation to "Old Sol" RAISED YOUREXPECTATIONS.It .

.. . .. when the time arrives Estimates Furnished. Jobbing, i >:,
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_ *The*probability of *>ar tax in the i .* Promptly Attended to. f .

Ufiited Statw while the is at 629 Kettfes
country ;Some one called the attention of a PHONE .

:.peace with' the whole world, only,goes Northern,"editor" to%the fact that he IQ6 Court Street is hardly
'I. to'show that mere boundary linesdonot hid seen bald headed' .
never a
woman. '
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wipeout;the dependence'of, nations : UL NIA FIORI8A
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The astute mould :
_ -' --- r public .opinion .. 2) S. Oratge Aveiie.HMIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIM.
one'another.j .' Necessaryto
f.- upon. .- '. commented as follows: -J .tallmttiiillllllHIHIIIIIMtt
'oGerafeny's
kt i I I I4WeUjvhat.: of that?* There are a ;
answer.to 'Japan's -ulti. t quote

inatam,will be .a declaration War,

or we.miss'our guess.. However, the iilllMIIMinillMMMIIIIMIIIIIillllltllHIilillllitlMlliilltiU IIMIIHI'. IndividualReductions

.Eftiser will:not have'to ,search back -

fiery r ',:far, tH.o igh1hi" :files to 'secure t" 'Fresh Seed .
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tie proper' form- for:It declaration.- ; -
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k ''z George 'M. :Powell. Js -the' latest We are aew receivwf New, FresM. Seed. Gall er Write fer Prices

.mentioned. opponent of;Senator'N. P.; \ THEY ARE SWEEPING
;- ;; re-election. McELR.OY'S PHARM-A..CY
rt :Bryan for: .' Multiplicity

;:. of,opponents" .will insure Senator- Bryan I v Give'HS a Trial l. fckkkliveryii Brags. PIONE 29. Try Hf IceCrean.MMillillllMIMMIIMiMMMIMMtHIIMIHMimilMMIMIIMIMItillt.
." .\: 's're-e1. ction, unless. t. the Bryan prikaiy -
.law'is:repealed.because,he can

easily.} secure a :plttfility nomination.

{With:four f fiv, 'opponents.if .
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If CoL Theodore'Roosevelt's speech f

:before; :Connecticut. .. ,Progressivesatate'connventioii . r. good You'll be another Happy Buyer,

had been made thirty . . no question about that! And you'll be
tJdtiyeiago' instead of'Saturday.'night .' -;\

ljt::would'have,been:published:in.full able to complacently say-

_ ,' Jon.the! front:; pages' ': o{ nearly 'every ,' :- JEWELRY fOR TUf WfDDING '

;mornpaper'in.,the country.: Sun ., '" .. ,
fday aaoraing it:'occupied about;'one -

'*; neh"of 'space sandwiched; between. For the bride countless things in Silver, Cut 7 ;- You came ' i'

'|waif'bnlletinn.' .No;,doubt the:ColonelJfuliy ,. -- Glass and Fine China- Rare jewels of every description '..
:' .with :Sherman's definitiea '< '
J| : agrees ,
You Saw !
of. war. ? S '
r ;;' \ :.0. ,' : S, : For Bridesmaids Ladies ol Honor, Flower : '. .

';," :The,:Oilanda, Sefitmeris'the' mostFneaOjmade I ,= : Girls, etc., Bracelets, Brooches, Bar Pins. ,. La Val- '

:. ,upmast: nicely'printed- :;": hers,. 'Wristlet Watches; Silver Vanity Cases :; ,. '. Were Conquered !

.' -iJ1ilt.:.carefulljr .edited! and 'newsiest Purses, Card Cases, etc. .
.morning daily that the"Star knows.of "T' -: '
And !
Bought
I .. in a town the :size'.of Orlando. In t .... ' For. the ushers_-Cuff Links, Coat ,Chains, Two-- -
Ir "" '
., Jf t factso;. far;as neatness is concerned, ,. Pocket Chains Full Dress Sets, Gold and Silver' = .'1/;'; : ..4.

I iit:: .is ,superior- ,to; any *papers Irtniidi .".: ,r. :Pen'Knives. Pencils, .etc. :r! <
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larger,. wns.' Like_ the Star;. ';
*uses:;the International News Servicf, \. ;.5: : : .Let us help you with your wedding' present:' -

l;whkh now.,serves hundreds of' pap sinvihe JV.oC t problemsA -* ; .' .. . '. ,.

United ,States and ,is .steadily : -f 'ti" .

?,growing' in;:.favor.-Uca1a': Stan, ." : ;,\ '
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<. ble'strongly reeeaWes, family",row
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,, 5-4et: an,outsider butt in and.the'famlOy.iraffiediatc - ". '

: y unites against the intruder I' DI KSO .IVS[ CO."DPARJMNTAl

: ; ::Before:war broke- out'"Engi : .

land was ,having:,her' troubles ,with :

'Ultier'and.the',militant suffragettes; :

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h tOttl with i&ssension. over. the gaes'boa'of --
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1; ,Tu ., ,- TJi ,, : !. .JIi derr -. .' Elwea. was held ,yesterday morning, '; ."
.., .r. ; 2aLANao#i.u'-t7iA', "; :"tt't'' ->"<. .,.' Me..< .::.... ,' t Y y i' r"*;0-.1.D.. '7t.r.r.,5.. .iai-. p. m.Admiseion .. ReAHeyBe iniW-first. ,of of'.ieliiVtik.:'the service in ; ,/ :"'i:, '1l 11, ;; i tjJ ;
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, t. ..MzmGrat .fJliM'se. S.PDarseyJrq-t:bEiesrDapsse" Shutt; tViiiHHMiiiniiiiiiHMTODAY'S. -- cemetery .near by:. A large ,numberof .": ...., .
: 'ar 7 In Ti.i,.:oi a:wink" **-' said'" ".." :"Mason,.of Gainesville"... '-, ; ,; PROGRAM b '. friends 'were present. .... '--
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: _TfceArcade__ . 'oaf! *'-' ..t, .Cfearch. street. , Over the casket ,was laId the flag -
t- '" ..,. fseJ1: ; an., Extra! Extra!-Five Reels in'All ;
k .has:opened. 'for the' --. rXi of his country; under which he had :
,- ',', "The Streets of New York, ,in fora let It ItAt MiGive
:Miss ,Antoinette Slemons: left, yesterday parts. served, and the grave was covered II '
: and Mrs.: V.H Green home '
..... ', " are. for'her home ia Orlando/after Nestor. Drama. "The Quack.1* with fragrant, beautiful blossoms, attesting -
.again boa"a t'toMayes iD"E1.' ;: a _brief;sajoura in "Jacksonville,- the Five cents to' all "w.ti f sSenti/ the fibve of many' .
be&fi Ga. : "The Streets of New YorktUoneof .
,sister Richard ., .
<. ) guest of.feff Mrs. P. friends.
the sensational .
'' most thrilling; .
f ] %John. M.. Cook' .returoed Sunday Marks,.at her home on- 'East DuvalRaymood heart interesting and, gripping films Those serving a* pall bearers were

'.nigkt from'a, "'sacceasful, business' trip', treet.Time Tnnn..Qrda'.bopa '1 1J of the season,:: See the $50,000{ bank Messrs. Arnold, Gill,Vivian, Gwynne,

t down", .',the" ';East .Coast. 11 >. and-'girls, have'manjr J I swindI See making'a the New York daring fire rescue department Haden and ,Emmett, all of his own us a chance to show

;Mr. and Jfe Hugh, M..:Drat' good.friend among the grownopfrand .1 from, a burning: building. See'- New- nationality. '. you the newest styles riD .
'ofGeceut :Grover:aria thJB now weU : York by nigh;;' y .. .. With the members of the family
among. .. are enjoying a ,equipped : ,'''' _' ..."it..t. watches.
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,visitors.. :.in ,Orlando tod y.: 't. 'public playground. Some, -day,Miami; .' already here were Messrs. Jeffrey and We will trade in
) boys'.'and girls ."might"find some; Mr. and Mrs. C. A. ,Dudley have Frank Cary-Elwes, of Jacksonville,- your present
xTfee Sisters of St. Joseph returend and Rev.. watch or movement, allowing -
Herbert
Cary-Elwes; of. Mel -
'SL Augustinewhere friends :of the same kind.:-Miami returned to the beach to spend the : _
lastnight from .
''bourne..1 liberal .
a amount.
Metropolis. remainder;of the heated term with i : you
they'haveMent' some wee & .t., -t If have idea of
Colonel .andMrs.:: Shaffner: at Bide-a- you any
Some 'one stole a. safety .Iroquois "JOSEPH'S TRIAL IN EGYPT" AT
} Miss Anna Koch: Miss Gladys and Wee.cottage. After spending a month THE LUCERNE getting a watch we would ap-
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f Wm.'.Koch,;,; (New Rochelle'N. ,Y, bieycle.' out of the Arcade alley recently := at Bide-a-Wee Mr. and Mrs. Dudley preciate the opportunity of Y
tod it theproperty of the ,
are .late.arrivals. " at' the n'JV: : ; was. returned to their home at Orlando, A very beautiful religious film, '
: Seam A'reward will be'IiJen'for made after the story of the life 'of showing. you.
:+$r& 'E. H. Gore and ',daughter; its ,return: If, all of ,the bicycle but their visit on the beach had Joseph, and. carrying out. the Bible Our prices wrll surprise

Elfie; have, gone to ;Battle Creek, thieves could.be caught and put to spoiled them for anything less bracing story as near as is possible, will be
:Mich., to, spend a few,weeks.. than,the breezes from the grandold shown at the Lucerne theater this af-
hard roads be itwouldput
Work budding! may ternoon and This film
ocean, and so at the cordial bidding tonight. was
Mr. andMrs., L., -Thornton,have : a. top'to such thefts. made by Pathe Freres, ahd the acting .. you.AllenftCo
of Colonel and Mrs. Shaffner
returned to Orlando,from .visit ;to scenery and other effects have :
;: a
S Mr. R M. Prince former
popular
they are here again to. remain until been carefully studied so as to pleasethe
3 relatives'and: friends in .Elberton;:;Ga: resident Orlando, but now prominent the thermometer comes down from most critical

'Mr. A.-.>h Yowell,"one'of the enter in.the business affairs of 'Tampa its perch. Daytona Gazette-News. This is the first of a series"'of religions -
films to 'be played at the Lu-' LI Jewelers
'prising and progressive business.men ,, returned to his home 'yesterday, tern, providing the Orlando publiccare !
Sanford,:was a'visitor to'OrlandoSunday. being called to this place by the death FEW PROTESTS IN REGARD TO enough about them to come and '

o(..his Brother-in-law; Mr.,W. P..HiB, ASSESSMENTS see them. It has been the desire of 'D Reliable Repairing
f t. o in the Lucerne theater management for ;
wbicb'aoecizrred Conway Sunday
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:'Messrs.'Ruhl Basalt>:D.KQuha and'son some time past to play this high classof
,;Cecfl, were among: :Osceola F. .cOunty morning. To date very few protests have films, and it. is to be' hoped that 9s
been filed with the clerk relativeto the religious people:of this'town will
city
representative : "Whispering Bill" Spear, of Orlando ,
,citizens, .in the,city patronize these films sufficiently to .,
"" : ,the city tax assessments, as published -: ,
.yesterday. \ lain' 'Lakeland .today taking or- make them possible every week during + a. t
> ders'' for: 'Various, kinds .o{ nursery in ,the Sentinel Saturday and *the coming ran and winter sea- j .'. ;! i
4 ''Whoa ,,rd;; this, line, take;'a -
JO stock for.winter delivery. ,His;many Sunday mornings. The time to make .son. I f
l.} !look'the'"want"? ads. on page sir complaintsdoesnot expire until next The ladies of the Episcopal church I '
i'rT s'a there may, f something,there thatt" have 'very* kindly volunteered to .sell t
and probably quite numberof :
Tuesday a :
> of.,hearing.Jus delicate ,voice which tickets for this performance today,
i, -will" mterest'you.p ))6 at present:writing,1S i' /eaiT ing'farther complaints will,be filed before the and have already 'diSposed 'of about : n ;
; ** bong 'the prominent-Floridians time three hundred and This shows '
; than ,three_ jb, locis.-Lakeland actually expires. I fifty.-
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[;' inr,0'rlando todat 'is' Mr:; Sifas B. Telegram. < A typographical. error'' caused one: most conscientious effort'on their riLiiHMHIilIHHHHIIIIIimMIHIlMIIHMHO.IM I lOCI} CJ. j
and they are certainly deserving -
: "Wing t, of .DeLand. ,He\ia stopping' negro property owner ,to get very i part of the percentage of the proceedsdue "* &;
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: at1 the San Juan." : C..F..BU'gmanJ..L..W therby andJ. much ,excited yesterday morning and them. I
J. Bishop'made a business'trip'to made march II Besides seeing a most.excellent bill ,
: MrL. W. Ponder, (ocalal came lie a forced on the city
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,, ; .Orlando_ last week. tq consul with_ ,.Itfiepriando His is assessed at 1 of pictures,.those who patronize"theLucerne &ftyur. 9'-.I t
vacation '''''' .s. 5ai1t ; property ,
uasy: to spend a few,days Automobile club in r 'j today will also aid the ladiesof 1
: : regard|o
/ v1*:his;mo&er, Mrs..N.; B., Ponder! ; ', |>lOO?,butthe published list showed: the.Episcopal'church in their most
:- eon'Bouth street., .t the;:beach race piograntta4e. put on the,assessment as$1,000. Few such l worthy work.' .'
:;-\ ttt '< l at"the .Labor:Day ,gcelebrationl:, '!Irs: errors were found in the published' "The Final Reckoning," a two reel

,}A '',E.., L D., Orerstreet,.,one of | L., Wetherbyandher: sister, Mrs. assessment roll Broncho feature, and "How Izzy Was Boneless Chicken Potted Beef I
r. Osceola_ county's. oldest 'and. :widely IJ ;made the trip with'the party. Saved," a one reel Reliance comedy,'

.known citimv;:represented KissimMrs. breeze Item, Gazette-News. will complete the bill.-Adv Potted Ham Pimento Cheese "
meein Orsndoerday. r 'DEATH OF W. 'P. HILL
>i'i'Mr: Wesley D. Leake and children,I WANTED-Reliable man in Orlando.
'
H. L. Beemah, Mr. Edwin Bee- r to operate penny chewing gum and ;
Howard's Salad
1}Wesley,Jand Floyd;; Leake, will leave Mr. Walter P..Hill died at his homeat salted peanut machines. Doesn't interfere : DressingRed
'tand Mr. Lester Beeman expectto .
,: m' ., I this evening.for Orlando, where theywill'be'the Conway at an early, hour Sunday with your regular work. ,Big
.leave Wednesday\in their touring work. Call after 5o'clock.
I guests of Mr. Leake's morning, and the laid profits; pleasant Wing Grape Juice
parents to -
body was
car,lor a trip to,Asheville; N.;C.Mts. S. W. Shanks, 24 E. Church '
.. t I ; Mr :and Mrs,0., W. Leake, for rest yesterday morning 'in the Con- Itinee 8-18 .
'Gsnthier
: 1- .. Harry will leave toy I an extended visit. Before returning: way cemetery, the :foaeral" services Excellent for picnic dinners and luncheon.
: ;1. 'fot Corona. Beach- where, she home they'wilt also visit Mr. and Mrs. being conducted, by Rev. Henry R. A -

"winfspendia; coisjile, of",weeks', with:i i L. &1Blanknerand. will be. joined Remsen._ Mr. Hill was fifty years of Potted Plants Cut Flowers Funeral
::Mr tad Mrs.Robert Cohoon. ; ,
in September Mr G..JOO
'r -' !'I. some Jime. by age and is survived by his wife: and
>H.'Montgomery:smith is pr -,I.L akei'who will accompany them one. daughter. Mrs. Hill,'who is the Designs, Wedding Decorations.

parmg to his piano"store,in'.Dr. bome.-Times-Union-16th.' daughter: -of Mr.. and Mrs. E. R.
W.tteasc ,bui1 D1.at' the 'cor- Insect Killer Will -
was
Mr. and Mrs., L. E. Amidon and Prince, : raised in Orange county
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nUt;/&f' Charch. ..', nd'Court- streets.' family: left Wednesday for Lakeland, and. has a host of, friends who. sorrow Rid

Mr.:J.-Al Cheek,:.general manager where they will make their: home in with her in her great bereave- THE SANITARY GROCERY

:ofie; Beck. .Lumber' company, left future. ,Mr. Amidon will have chargeofAfruitiand'poultry ment. Your house of all insects.

after. important'business:matters. purchased by W. S. Denslqw about WHAT DR. BLACKMAN THINKSOF Quarts 35c. Gailel $1.00
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:Mr..G. T. Hull,.who has been with tljrec.miles out from Lakeland Mr.Amidon THE SENTINELDr. Phone 200
For sale .
by
'the;ToweU-Duckworth grocery department and family have been residents ;
'
;,;;has :now accepted a posi of ,New Smyrna for a numberof .- W. F. Blackman, president of Carruthers & Gore 6 & 8 E. Pine StreetHtimimitltlllliilMiMMIillllM

tier...'-With";the. ,Pure. Food- Store. years: and while here have made Rollins College, Winter Park, writes

Mrs. Gep.B.:Wygant and little son, many friends who regret to have under date of August 14th from t II H

GeorgeTB ., '3rn came up..from Tampa them, inove: away
yesterday:on a visit to.Mr. and Mrs.I News. copy of the Morning Sentinel mailed MHIIIMIIIIitllitMMItMllltMtlllMIIMI . ; ; ;. .;.t. . ;. .i .. . ; ;,

.H..B] Myers, parents of Mrs. Wygant.Mr. Orlando is adopting a unique.'and until further notice to the Common- . I.I .IIIII.III. I.IIII.I.IIIIII..I..I.I.\

and 'Mrs. ,Harry Beeman .will'ieave attractive method of wealth hotel, Boston. In, regard to
displaying
very
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.;tomorrow for-'Aihevflle, N., C..J: : the Sentinel ,he writes: "Please accept -
her street signs. Instead of nailing
,making the trip b'.their'touring car.t' my congratulations on the present -

-Thy will b$J'away,,only.a short time..: upon the corners" : of. houses or fences 'appearance and great all-round .

DilrE..W: :: Schaadt; the clever, rep"lor! '.telegraphand: 'telephone and elec- improvement of your paper. It is a

:reeentative for the Anderson-Wilson' i-tric light poles 'painted signs, Or'lando credit to you and the'town."

,'Paper.company: Richmond,.Va... spentyesterday 1' is ,putting up attractive concrete IINETT TIRES

,. : in, Orlando/callmg.u 'on the posts, from which the names AN APPRECIATIONThe

:trade. pf; the :streets will be_ displayed in'neat

: :Mr. and,Mrs. M.' L. 'I e1, with letters. These posts are tightgraywhite family of the late Dudley G. .

their,' three/interesting sons, Law- in color and are tastefulin Cary-Elwes desire to express' theit

: sacs r," Elbert"and:::Eston,leave,today appearance. They will, unless earnest r.p leciation of the sympathyand

TtprlSpring Head,'where:Mr. Ivey will broken by accident, last forever.- kindness shown by many friends

-; teach schooL New Smyrna News. .in their sorrow. I

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'p PRESCRIPTION}[ U DRUG .STORE[ :MUNNDUKMSNotka ., ). "1.

of Lo.t.V WttUd. For Sib; Pei i
Beat etc. for this cohaaa. lie for one *.,, f \Aiif LIMBER
lOt for thnt dire, or fLOG for one week, for r
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< 25 wordi or Honor' most wetacty
',. :(-."AM Iris .Slitts. .:I. ,jllk:"J + tbi fnMrtiaM adnrtkoHatk wffl be Bade, < .

.'SDtuiStares'Bake a.specialty of,SODA. WATER.Seme FOR SALE 'V ORLANDO
f. :
: .Drag.'Stores::make specialty of Cigars aad Nursery stock, one,:two, three and !
four year old bad; Foster Early
x Cigarettes. Pineapple Java, Hoaosassa, Wash-
:. ington Navel Address Mrs. M.Kahle ]
Apopka,.Fla., Phone 2222. 3-lS-tfl
; .. :OUR..'DRUG STORE [.. Royal Ccicnt. Agatite Plaster and PeriedioB. limeHiiimiiMMMiiimicmt

Up'.o date painting paperfag,etc., It I-. -......-
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Li. Wit. by t ec, .... '&fitl, .. cist. .m., People. *| it? That's.easy, phone 636. W. T. '.
; wile are particular' abet their Drags Entrican. l-20-tf
; :. are Statement of the Condition of the
the.kind of. coetegefs. ;we"'want.,.
'- '- FOR SALE Second hand
; sewing
machines drop head Singers Orlando Bank &
; rotary Trust CO
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: ,f f'. . . White, : rotary Standard, New ,
: Home, and other makes. Will, be 'It
''Pt.,1' lepeidiUCwteois" S sold cheap for cash this month. Call ,J Orlando, Fla.,

at Lindsay Singer manager.Office, or phone 32L 8-11-tf C. B. 'S At the Close of Business June 30th,1914.

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FOR SALE One five RESOURCES. ".
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: 8 The CITY DRUG STORE touring tar; a big bargain.passenger Will Loans and Discounts $379,514 36

7 sell 4-ti.for $300 cash. Apply- this office. Over-Drafts . . . .. . . .. . . . .. . . . 622 34
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J .If i L. DEAN,'Prop,u E. Church St.., Orlando, Fla. If FOR,SALE Best quality heart pine Stocks Real Estate and., Bonds Furniture.and,. .Fixtures 26,637 29,01833 37

fence posts, See L N. Lewis, 496 Cash on Hand and Due from Banks 291,393 48

t S. East street. 7-14-lmo
$721,1B gg

; Florida Has One of The. WANTED exchange"Vase ,LtM, 'LIABIIJ1'IE5..
\ Finest in M C tttOpf f4T S m>>
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., : F records Piano mar be seen at For- Capital Stock . ;. .. .. . . .. . ., . . ,. $100,000 00
: mesa. Address ? 0. Box 2. Oakland, Surplus,and Undivided Profits . .. . . . . . 39,96135
t R1.fJ /:Ran es in The World Fla. Re-Discounts .. . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . None
R . S Bills Payable . . . . .'. . . . . . -
'. \ :.. i .... WANTED-Couple to live on country . . . ... None
J .' place. Call or address,'400 West Deposits . . r. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .\+ 582,669 47
: Consistent with* the policy* of the.. :maintain a: cadet corps, will, partici Central avenue. -. Due. to Banks . . . . . . . . . . .,. :.. . : : 1,55506
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"United:States;;of,depending'upon its I:pate. In Florida, great preparations
citizens for national defense 'and. of are being made for the holding of FOR SALE A number of good hardfence i .. $724,185 88

. ,training_ them _in, .time' :of' peace to'.!r:these matches.. They are to 'be.held for sale.posts Call and on second or address hand,lumber Mrs. .'Reserve Carried by tie Bank ,?." c......,. $231,393

:meet, that".:responsibility 'in timeX f.i conjunction of the Florida with State the annual Aide association matches - E. F. Hoskins, Orlando. 8-U-2 ,El' *Reserve required by Law ; .. . . . . 116,533 89
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s .:w8 ;,tlrer8:use,fce&J each year .a'se the Southern Interstate Rifle,association FORD CAR for sale. $250 _cash. ,
VV .;race'ol:!national 'ritle"and.pistol com-t, and ,the National Rifle association Must be sold at once.' Apply 103 ,. f Reserve in Excess of,Amt Required by Law $174,859 59

,';' r;.i\r.... ......t::,:....,.whichare,' known as the., making four distinct com. Robinson avenue. f I .'.. Deposits on June 30- i913 . . ... . . . $527,758 01

,}', .;National MMehe&' These matches ale !petitions; which will collectively be' FOR'RENT :.'... Deposition- June 30,1914-. . . . . . . . i 582,66949
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i ':: Wdra r too ? upervi5ion.and direr, 1,styled.the Southern Shooting Tourna '- .

:'tikm. ofth* ..National' Board ,for 'thePromotion" 1:ment of 1914. FOR RENT 1:,.", INCREASE *. . . . . . . . . . $54,91148 .
'of'Rifle Practice,which is[ A handsome illustrated booklet has Fourteen room house; modem, up- ,

.) .board created by act of congress/just.been issued by the Florida military to-date;with partly garden furnished, fruit; on and,LucerneCircle flow V The management of the Orlando Bank & Trust Co., endeavors -
.: 'pV '' for this} parpose and af.Wbieh the assistaut -}! 'authorities giving full Informs ers. J.; F. Watkins. 7-30-d&w-tf. to persue a progressive but conservative policy, to be liberalin, its
: 'secretary of war, Hon._Henry''tion as to this tournament, which will treatment and to adhere to the legitimate lines of banking.
;L'Breekearidge, is the president 1'cover the period from,October 6 to 22, FOR RENT;Two office spaces iouratore.at n Accounts of all who desire the services of a well-equipped and

) ; ..:These, matches ate participated in inclusive, and will be the largest Come in and we No.will 9 show W. thurehstreet you. Peen'th : safely conducted bank are cordially invited. _
;.annually: by;.teams of. eighteen men shooting event ever held in the Sou Electric Co. 3-29-tf
,1J, _representing'each branch of'the,r g.\\A copy of this,programand full in .- -. ,=--- - .. ::lllf:: tII;::
V ;.#.Iar.'armYiby teams from, formation as to the tournament can MISCELLANEOUS

C navy, the ;marine corps;* the U, S.i be. obtained ,upon application to the .
Military-and, naval academies, and 11 secretary, Southern,Shooting Tournament DYNAMITING es. V Clearing done land in is.our all its specialty.Let branch:. mmiiMMiiiiMiMMMMimiiMMiiiiiiiti- T" '*t"'ttmttitiiiiiiiiiii :::::::::::::::tI ::::::
from tie National Guard of each ,'P. 0. Drawer 0
< 27, St.Augustine, .
us do work. ,Estimates
.-.t 'and:territory, tad by !Jnadreda .Florida These matches will mark your
",of ,individual ,competitors .as. well the formal:opening of the'new Florida : cheerfully: given L. N. Lewis, 406
East
S. street 7-14-lmo
l.geretek.the V.. matches have usually : rifle range'whieh is the.largest in &JUJUatve Xt
,been held'oa.the. 'rifle. :range,c at Camp i the country.next to Camp Perry All First class Brazing a specialty at $$1I85
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:Perryobio;'which,is the'largest in :of the riflemen the South are anxious Warman's Repair, Shop o Court St125tf.
,the country;\but this year there is to i to see this new range, 'as are ,
'be a departure..and instead of holding Il those from'oth r,sections of the country .,
,the matches. all at one place, division- ,. and it is expected feat ,the attendance WANTED POSITION-By competent
"; '*} matches_are to be held. The,matih .i will be very large. All white woman; general nursing,confinement And RETURN From Jacksonville
; or housekeeper. Best reference
o,:be"participate.1niby all of. the Southern railroads have announced .- Phone 515. 8-14-31
,competing elements'within:the..states specially low rates for the, occasion Tickets on Sale August 12th, Return Limit, August 30th.
.x' I.of Tennessee,:Kentucky;,North\ Caro- I The executive officer of the.matches LOST=Small,solid red,female hound.
'- F1 ridvi ,be Tournament General J. Clifford R. 8-16-d&w-tf .
/ V known'as National+Divisional-Competition Foster, of the'Florida National Guard, H. C. BRETNEY, L & N R. R.
"B/V Bad ;,wfll be'-held' the sand the administrative staff is composed TRY F. G. ARNOLD for honest prices
Florida1 4akate" ;rifle.range"near Jack- : of officers of the regular army Room and 1 a, upstairs square. deal 25 East in real Pine estate.street 134 WEST BAY STREET JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDArMinilHiMCIttttMHIilMiiiUMtllllllllllilMIMMHMHIM
_kvilie', Florida, in October: I I rand,of the National Guard of all the 8-15-6t witWho
t ''The in<;having divisional j .
,purpose states within the district.We IM M m
is painter and decorator? lllllltHllllltHtmi \ \\\ "TTW '
matches V this year instead,of a general your >ltttilllllllMMIMIMIillttltiHtlBi
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V ,insure your life and loan you have; if not, phone W. T, Eatrieas,
_. 'terest lie. .matches in rifle :'shooting: :immediate by bringing. I.money interest on Guarantee.real estate Life at 6 per cent. N.. &3&. l-20-tf \,\\\,\\,\\\,\, \" " '\\\, "
\ : the attention : & Loan Co.,
of' larger of,- : Curry.,Building, Tampa, Fla., OPEN ALL NIGHT
a number; people; .
The City Drug Store is at your service '
: also,.,to' reduce ,the 'cost of and increase , ,__ 3-25-d&wtf both day and night Prompt &jyur. JeWt
4 the'participation.. A further WOOD FOB SALE dependable, .courteous. tf ,
measure to the: latter' end is.an For the month of August I will
.amendment' of the. rules which will.Hmit sell, at my farm pine at 85 cents per, NANCY HALL and Porto.Rico sweet
strand,;and oak at $1.00; also some I potato clips at $1,75 per 1,000..
teams and individual competitors saw.logs cheap. A. S. Hodges, B. 1,: Quick delivery. Cash. Apopka Plant
from: all. universities" ,, colleges Orlando. 7-30-lm Co., Apepka, Fla 5-24-tf They Were to
'and.military schools and colleges' ,Doa wait for every one In town to .
; ,within"-theVstates named.. It is,'expectedthat hare 'Batman,: the painter, before ALL WHITE bicycle riders and owners : .
: .many_of the,schools:and yon try. Am too hasp to look you between 18 and 40 years are I
ap. FGW 6S6, and 1 win be the requested to meet at the Armory:
,c 1 :.eoUofeflr and\ ptotkuiariy,those which Job, , oa l-20-tf Tuesday night, Aug. 18, to organize
1 :! .. a bicycle club, 8-15-3t .be Married SoonCame ,


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'" ,to us to see what it would cost them to furnish a modern home of

.. ; :... four or live rooms, They wanted their home to be attractive and comfortable

Y Excurgien i n Rates t yet the amounf ol money which they had available for the furnishing of their

home made expensive peices prohibitive.
I : I They spent considerable time with us looking through our large stock.

ji. We offered a lew suggestions and gave them some new ideas. They were
.J.... From Orlando much pleased with what they had seen and took memorandums of what they
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,BUYERS TO SHARE IN PROFITSIERVPRICESON should want.
thought they
: FORD CARS . $ 38.1' .' ClldllaII' I. After looking around in other stores to make sure that they were doing

Ef Ktive"ton,August 1, 1914 to August 4'J.. Ieatt." I the best possible with their appropriation they came back and placed their or-

:1,1915.auk gwnateed:again* arny miKe IlH kBver.OeL der with us.This.
.tiftft feriag that; te: i "- 37.85 ttdk,tit is a typical example' of hundreds of homemakers whom we are

$555,00 '; 37.2 1N4 t, 11. .
pleasing.We
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V.1 lists' carry an extensive stock of serviceable, attractive homefurnishings
U .Runabout -- '. 505.00 larIeIt.-. grading from the lowest priced which are good to the very best. Your appropriation

4 a l'-,,.a B...Ot1II l D pd tIBl......., 4.7 New Y Irk,1'. Y. for furnishing your home may be anything from $175 toI, oor more

Ys.... we vffl to aWe to atal the tea tffidoeji 44.71 Nltdt Y g. -you can make the most out with us.
*,.... tacteqNedectia, w4 the KbtanA cwt,is twrmfctdic .,. 13.44. -SL 1 I ,It.s. .
Mui ttbt ttputetfttt jt v. itMl. ) tt -.s. '
.NI eu."ba". the. Ann *t1e. .. $u frlld ce. ,
Lii'i we.ta tlfc ju1 tli.. to tar a
b, '' .tIII hnl' ahut:fiMt IM to:9M .. u.ere <.. er .tkmtto ;
Atlantic
r V A.-killer m'J'ictofl Mrs .%. yuckuet MWFMi Coast Line Kincaid & Snowden
L : cw kctwtai.Amrt 1..111!:*.4 Atfwt 1.915.
pries ua niUF. II
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VV Ticket Agent, or Orlando Florida \
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: ": : :ea, Hoc; unit'power.,plant; .cone dutch,..selective transmission; '
i, _; fr-froat, ,I-beam; rear, semi-floatinjr.; 8iql e drop. frame;12- -. :, Special rates for room and board by the,
:Sterna and externalfpin 8 rear, three-quarter ; :, > ,
:} :feefc+ brakee, ? e.L H (
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f .;'iI gallon fasoline tank, rear, pressure .. .
: Standard' equipment:
trimmings
V-sh&pedradiatorrniekel
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11-inch,electric headlights,:parabolic"reflectors, bullet type side '. .' .;

,tail lamps, ekctnclwni, pump:jack,'tools and tire repair outfit.

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; ]('.;,llfE. If EM (t TENNESSEE CAN HARBOR ENTER; BREMEN and The Industrial Robert School Hungerford will throw Normal open 1

its doors October 1, 1914, for its fall
Washington, Aug. 15.-Germany e
: $ wm"M term. We hope all students will be "
e will the cruiser Tennessee
permit
' ' present on the first day. The build- TEN REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD
i ,------ bearing gold for Americans to enter ings are being'thoroughly renovatedand 1
trains, to
and will
Bremen provide
it- ,'StT BM,.Aug.:IT--The aged Emperor everything being made as comfortable -
from the baths and
'ghliciai. Joseph, of' Austria-Hungary, bring Americans .as possible. Any informa- 'I
' resorts in south,to that port. This COOK WITH GAS
< the .
j ,who"hu"iu1ed, "laager:than, any otherer'owlied tion concerning the school may be ,
." was advised today.
. head in ,the world,:and .who government so had by writing Mrs. R. C. Calhoun,

' snore than'a year ago was supposedly ..". . Erftonville, Florida. 88SattfIlillimillllMIIMMM .
. GERMANS HAVE NOT TAKEN .. ; -
Y j dying o-f old age, is working fourteen -'
? "hours e"q'day during the war cri- v DIEST
; 'aii; Brussels, Belgium, via London, : 1. Convenience 6. Speed .

! Ever, ,since, the.war clouds.. began to Aug. '15. The' Belgian ministry of
,: gather";over,.'Austria,'and Servia fol-' war today officially denied a rumor THE NEW GRAND 2. Comfort 7. Efficiency | '
had occupied the
:lowing the assaanation:in Bosnia ofArthdake that the Germans .
':Francis;Ferdinand,_.heir to fortified town of Diest,. to the northeast 8. Safety ,

." 'the throne,of_the_dual monarchy, Emperor.Frsn ,of Louvain. HOTEL 3. Cleanliness "

; cl is Joseph has'gone to,his , .. .', 9. Perfect Regulation
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:.. ;executive e office at five, o'clock each -, I 4. Simplicity

. 7 .i,THoraing.and remained there, ->>" ., steadily,' ne Cat : School .. of Heat

oit'l t4work: withbat'brief. intervals'for : ,Absetalely First Class '.: :5. Accessibility '

r.tj{ until'seven. 'at- night.Wha .-.. ' ORLANDO, FLORIDA .. 10. Economy

: .}J.' thetroable:, ,with:'Serrl* first '(Formerly,bon u PelLa irk Mod) Rooms with bath, hot
;1ame. ,serious,-'hia imperial majesty.Vines ,
and cold .
water.Open'yoar
1EIPENS fCTBEft 7
at Ischi, u.e-11J1IUHl' capital'' It

'"* ,,' vie zi there that he.:began'his fourteen- A Boardiai.. ud Day BAtd hr GWud .- round. I ,; . 2. COMFORT '

:,' ,'koors-a-day;.:working, eeAedule, .' ,He' .1KepIar-..... '\ .-...ve2"'tm, : hia "stooting, excursions,' Hub-ArtBW.tl.iiFhnkal CmlUrt0Bc : A
GAS RANGE is the
and of REAL
40If Sdcnee- .lraWt_Sltitttoaud August. September.. greatest producer COMFORT in the :.
rich ere'hia-.favorit amuseaient,
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:all Sunndfan B... Lift-Capable diute HealtkfilCarefd ,TtacktnUw -- :: modern kitchen. If you cook with GAS all unnecessary work is eliminated .
hours
- .:.and devoted, his waking . tofork. ORLANDO, FLA.
Rate -
F lr and cooking is made a pleasure. There is no wood to bring in,
; I '
'._ Shortly; after the. threatened war Rer., Roderick Rector.P. Cobb, Biikop Preddent Mann 7-23-lm : \ no ashes to carry out, no dirt and soot to clean up-nothing to do but
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'" 'lMIeame.,. -an-, actealky, Baperor.-Fran-- t lltllllliMMimilllMHKTHE ; ." turn a valve. and strike a match.,."
SMt Joseph returned to' Vienna and
In, warm weather especially, the comforts of cooking with a Gas
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are-'than half. of each. ,day. The_ old ,. Range are very apparent, because the kitchen is kept "clean, cool,. and
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"nder,ii'k BO:eeneo a figurehead.: He elfpJ"l'.Jm& firt comfortable. without the slightest effort.

: :perhapf":;mere'thauthe'German kai- ., No heat is wasted to make the room as hot as the ovenitself, and

.,07ie.'iM'. actu 1 head .of.his govern- the fire is turned out the instant the cooking is done. -
8MDL FrandB J"Joseph. ,really'I. .di.jirectie'every' -

: .. move. of:the; Austrian I COOK WITH GAS AND BE COMFORTABLE. .

army.in the great war.- Not a step'is : MARKETQf

:" :"taken .whkoet t ,hk-;approvalPerhapi . ,

no.;European,. ruler has
ORLANDO WATER
& LIGHT
bid.a" ire pathetically:,tragic .lifethin. Qf Of Quality CO. :

.; Empeior'Francis.Joseph.. Born
,AugHt: 18,1880,.he;is' 84';years old GAS DEPARTMENT

'{and'has ruled nearly :,86,years, FRESH AND SALT MEATS I ,_ ,
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ee Dr';thethrone: of,_Austna .as-I FISH AND GAME

,__' 2, :1848, when 'bet IS:'years
'i1dAuetria: later 'formed, a union i Kept ttfcr. the beet 8II tar) cMAtfou.Everythtef II.tlllll"'III..I.II..II..I..I..IIIII.II"11111111111111111 1111111 'lllllt I

: ,,,wlh, 'Hungry! 'Francis ,Joseph screeied away from the, lies, art kept,fresh
' siwa" cwwaed;keg:of.Hungary June mad pWe WE FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES
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? ,.1867.His:official title le'Emperor WetaTtteiMpMtiMart guarantee eatiefaetlee.'We tare AND DO,.ALL KINDS OF

. ref. Austria and. King'of_Hungary.Countiess '; everjrtktef to the Neat UM..
: : O HCAL REPAIRING
tragedies. have saddened R NeYor1auRemrllgS1OO$
M' life "of the emperor, violentdeaths :
The PARLOR
; .. ,- domestic :unhappbess land MARKET ,
acandai, .Almost all the .ru1'ers
? aged .
;relatives' 'have rj. Bed violent' "deaths.', ,: H. M. Self & Co .

'M 41s: wife, Empress Elizabeth,

"' : : DR. L H.
RAMSDCLLOfTOHmWST
iyaria,'whom he:married in 1854,',was ,

R ;stabbed to'deaUi by an anarchist at Phone No. 80 I' .

,. "Switserland" ,: .September 10., I (SoeeflMer to Dr. 0.. P. Lite) Only Direct Line From JacksonvilleFare
;:1888.. ORLANDO, FLORIDA
I. !
, rcl eke Rudolph i, the' first ,heir- -.
'" r ppp reet; committed suicide in:1889. : '

", ; The-emperor's, ', oldest brother" 'Arch-J FOR SALEAT bdedes Meals asd Stateroom Accommodations '
:>duke. 'Fwtiinand. MaTi iH..n, who' beempemr -. John B. Stetson University .
a.brief
ame (Mexico for .

: =timV, Was shot to'death.at;.Queretaro. : IMCMN IULLEY -. A- Tickets on Sale Until September 30th,
Pl,. UN). ELI. PresMtrt
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:'in taat'eou 1867..
: trt.in'' and Good Returning From New York up

3 *tef'he" death of Archduke Rusthe DeLAND, FLORIDA BARGAINThree to and Including October 31st. Ships
,
ieph, succession to ,the ,throne s
- the secondbroth- THfi COLLEGE GRADUATE DEPARTMENT OF ARTS AND 8CIKXCES- Scheduled to Sail 'Tuesdays Thursdays
pasmd to ,
: emperor's Coons leading to the degrees of Muter of Ana and Sciences. ten acre tracts on
:er'ArchdakeGnarls Louis He died THE COLLEGE:OF LIBERAL. :ARTS FOB MEN-IS Carnegie units required Saturdays at 2:00 P. M.
for, & IIIIou., Twenty.
tne departments in allTHE Orlando and Kissimmee road
'! ;;ln1896 and his-Mcia'Ferdinand son,".Archduke. Fran-' COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS FOR WOME'-A woman dean, separate ,
:j; : '; ,. became, the, : heir' ap-:. dormitories for women, ud a separate gymnasium 16 Carnegie units. only two and one half miles For Further Particulars: Apply to
;: THE COLLEGE OP LAW Course leading to the LL. B. degree. Graduates admitted -
par' nt; to practice in Florida without examination from the office Orlando.
,
,.' .It June of1 this .year Archduke t THE' COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING-Courses in civil Mechanical.i Electrical post
,,:Terdinand Was assassinated :in Boa-. and Chemical engineering leading to degrees Will sell' one 'or all. The H. G. WENZEL, Fla. Pass. Agent
THE.COLLEGE FOR TEACHERS-&pecttHj for Florida teachers strong normal ..
:1 i J f. His death was the direct ,though i ,. courses and special teachers' courses price will double when the
THE COLLEGE,OF ,BUSI Beaidel' Banking. "Book-keeping. Accounting _
I
:notthe primary'cause of,the presentLINER'S Shorthand, Typewriting courses in,History; Law.Economic and Finance. brick road is laid., Other JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
-. THE ACADEMY -Sixteen units for,graduation. .Prep res for Harvard Yale I "
Princeton, Chicago and all high grade,eoDeges. _. I small 'tracts f for
THE I'SCHOOL,OF,MECHANIC AKTS-For boys, and young men jksiring ; grove purposes -
MEN, DEMAND '''DAN: manual training, mechanical drawing &e. -d-- at buying values| Alsodesirable
:' : THE SCHOOL OF JlUSlSeparate teachers for piano.pipe organ.,y invoice; ...
: CJ Gar-NONET, ; 'harsnonr and chorus work. -.. : and city GIFFORD PINCHOT WEDS Sentinel subscribers who contemplate -
:.r. .' THE SCHOOL OF FINE_AKTS-Free hand and life drawee. Painting. in"oil,' j :;groves
s London,.Aug 15The,saitm'Afe. vacations in the mountains or '
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tad watKer osier
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f property ;. com
: men and stewards.. of',the AW't. : : "; 'A,: ;.. elsewhere, may have the Sentinel by
s :4'11'ENfioN K :CALLED TO mand attention.. New York/'Aug.15-Miss CorneliaE. mar
Transport'Lineer Mmnew faVhicn L .". ' . without "ny additional expense
.: daughter of Lloyd Stevens
,.about/to": leave:.London'-tads, 'L., .,Tbi PriWMR' 4 CMIM. I i AgrfcmiferBoliny..,Biology.w k ud-Iner -', Bryce, and the address.changed as often as li lilre&
with 260 ''passeagers J[ 'New York;, a.k:0-aiitry, o Httrre and: awe. aaalysb. >,'< -" .- aaya Cooper $ Atha, Bryce.former minister to the. Netherlands d .
"ac... : and Gifford, Pinchot, former
,art:'on_ ,steike.and:.demanded ."dan-: .. 1111'.s- v' arhi iiti r,'wMsi: ;;"'" '
:'te4' mweyon, accosnt of e Tri i ,'"'. :!-e o..Pse.."..i.a....i..e.a.l..:BetaQ.. ..: ,., .'''''''' -** $MHR- MwHVB'A Ctt WWBB- 'Feet'mt.- ; chief' forester of the United States, KEEP AHEAD
\ '" CMaif., -.'" .. ":. .. married at 10:30 o'clock today Of neighbor
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1"t > was read at' the"weekly meeting Safe lDe) o$
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CHECKINGACCOUNT- nightinvi g co-operation in a .
5'S -< : change of Standard'central time to

... s.. : ''TW at''. -.'teak fe' *he tW, aay r 11 of eastern. Miami time, and, as urging adopted representationat by the city ii.: For your Valuable Papers, JJwelry ',

:et. desoMt Make. Its, iaaa-
streag
you a proposed '"Time Convention" tobe :

4' ::c l,few4atie ,its experieficed" ..officersaad .' 0 held in Jacksonville". soon. :j j j ,. ; Silver, etc .
' :its system of safeguards,; makes the The letter was tabled without action : ;=

-. For for the the committee present. on a public ;:f :I ', .$1.00 PER YEkR AND up'
STATE BANK,OF ORLANDO -
luKding for the city CoL J. N. Brad- ". ,
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shaw reported the intention of the .

4 the ."place, te'place J Your: ,nosey" ,-., :' .' committee .to meet:: the county' commissioners : ; You cannot afford to leave such

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}4 ;;Y.f: ; ;,. o;,'" "/i;, ; jail lot. : safeguard them for '
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advertising fund,.Mr..J. H. Reese,re- :. ::= :
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$800 had been subscribed The com- )
Y mitttee was commended for its good

. ,- work and requested to continue the .
solicitation of funds until the full .
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',. f "The- Big Girl- with the Big companies Washington, laboring, Aug..under 17.The the express compe- No War PricesBECAUSE

l "' tition of the parcels ,post, are likely,
Yoke modem and
,S,>,:: i i '. ,one. neat. . . attractive it'is said, to be forced int&consolidation -

i'v( : act Ask those who have or out of. business altogether by '. .

the European war. Unless it. terminates -
1 be ard''her much sooner than is expected

r.\f'\ t" : ;: . the companies stand to lose much '
business through the diminution of ,

:jt 1: .. 4 '"The Last Will: the volume of foreign-goods,.of which : : "
Tires
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::.' Ii.. A:Vitagraph special featute 'in,.,twoParti. express companies are in no ,. ,.. .. .
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i what it was for April of 1913-$481 : "
I 747 as.against $437,826. And as the .
4 : ,ABiograph= drama. A one reel express ',rates found to be "reason- .
-: -. "'-' ' able" by the Interstate Commerce, 1 r '

;"" t i i .; feature. ; ; Commission did not go into effect'un- , ,... ..
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utable to the inroads of the parcel

; rtiRfA! WUlKlWIND" post service, which began operationson
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. January, 1913. We Bought Before

:A' Kalem Komedy with your lavorite AMERICAN GENOA REFUGEES. AT

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Washington, Aug.. 17. Consular
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'i Brennen.. reports the state department from the AdvanceAnd

: ;; Genoa,.Italy, state.that five thousand
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: .' ty-five hundred are: .already at Genoa
awaiting transportation.MARCONI'OFFERS

ORCHESTRA: : SERVICES TO they are yours as long as they last at

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w u \. Ti 'best show in the city; in the best '-
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Some, ,Italy, Aug. 17. William "BEFORE THE ADVANCE" PRICES.

;; ? vTheatreln. . : the. .State.. .. Marconi, inventor of,wireless telegra- _
phy, has written to friends in Rome

......, .' saying that he will return to.Italy to
offer his services to his own .country .
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-. Pittsburg 3, New York 7. ,
.- Chicago 3, Brooklyn 0..

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St Louis; 4, Philadelphia 1. Supply

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Philadelphia ,
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.Correct J1if of 'Mationcry! 1) t' :
a ... - Federal League
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'coat ; than the Kansas City .1,.Brooklyn 4..
Do not, ;any Gore : haphazard-
Indianapolis 8, Pittsburg 7.
.port;: but., they add ndiiii4ittle to the char' '
"aettr ,of. your.:pirate piiblio. .oorr'espond.enoe. Southern.'League >, BURLESON j FILES SUIT ? KINDLING ,WOOD '" The general freight agent of the

-; :.-: '. ,An important. part 'of i.-to ;Zurnishtihe'. cost 'exactingoustoier: with : :6, Atlanta 4.Montgomery Washington, Aug. 15. Postmaster waste wood from the church at 50c. embargo on all goods bound for for-
} Jal1.ti: I apreoial'styleYshapeand: finish ofIs ., '." 1-0,, Mobile.. 0-1..' . General Burleson _today 'filed suit, to single load and, $1 double load. This I II eign points except Cuba and places
? '. ;E:Birmingham-New, Orleans;.grounds recover'fromrtheUnited States BeetSugaiIndustry I wood is sounder Methodist. wood reached by all-rail lines.
;,pap .r,, =aivd;_ -. 'envelopes ds, irecl.... 0, ,,' v. .\ ' wet. $57,600 which it is alleged and dryer than Baptist wood. This --4 _

also: lave, all1 t 'the leadingshapes. ; South Atlantic League should have_been:paid.In .postage wood is free from all the'microbes of Eat.what you want
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ijo pens and' all.grades of:. lead. pencils', also Jacksonville 2J Albany O.r '- ,on_;a_ pamphlet-circukted.under Episcopacy: and Catholicism.Adv. Take Eat all a postscript you .want.and forget it.

:k.both'black, :;-and,white_ : ink'; and ,all the colors ,Charleston;4,.Columbia':L ,* .Senator Lodge's' frank:while' ;the'Underwood'tariffbfflVwas - For sale by all druggists.
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before con. NICE, clean furnished '
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,_. i r .-..... c.. ;'':1":::The _kese. I..kd.. . . Mule. ,'.Shre: -. ..-.-.'., .. 'to. run a. yellow journal=full o f a' hurry'taki it to Warman'a RepairS For sale by all druggist
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