Title: The morning sentinel
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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 19, 1914
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
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 )
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: VID00411
Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 34297093
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Other version: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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Carbajal Requested Be



/ Washington, Aug. 18.-Published( OFFER DESPERATE .Refrain From Expressing Per

VISE AND BRUZWEILER reports that President Wilson had RESISTANCE sonal Preference to Which
t AM ,U ': With the threatened to send 100,000 American
Well Belgian Army, HAVE BEEN BURNEDBY Side Shall Triumph and
troops into Mexico unless Villa and I
' INVADERS Brussels Not Excited By Fact
Minister Carranza speedily came .to an Allay Antagonisms
Declares War agree-
6t- ( That Enemy Is Within Few
ment, were officially denied today at
1" \ Inhabitants of Vise Driven Out the White House. Miles of City-Forts Washington, Aug. 18.-Addressing

Pep> er 'el Brands.Awakened by'Heavy Cannonading But It of the City at Point of What actually happened accordingto ,Are Manned the American people President Wil-

the Bayonet Into officials, was this: son today issued a statement in con-
: ;Wag'Otly .Target,Practice at German ,Aeroplanes Great
A nection with the European war,warn-
Holland request came in an indirect way London, Aug. 18.The Germansare
't., t 'Brtok gas;Assured "the United States That Japan from the Carbajal government for reported as marching on Brusselsby ing citizens of the United Sattes

-"'WCO.eHer; Activities IE Her War With "* London, Aug. 18.-A dispatch to American troops from Vera Cruz to the Brussels correspondent of the against "that deepest, most subtle,
r. -.,, i most essential breach of
prevent excesses of the constitution- Daily Mail. In a dispatch dated last neutrality
the Times from the the
rStctly to the China Sea and Hague says
t. Germans have completed the destruc- alists on reaching the capital. night, he says: which may spring out of partisan-

\ '; ' ,to PretatitiB of Her Commerce tion of Vise by burning what was left The request precipitated a long "Feinting with their right at Diest ship," out of passionately taking

after the previous fire. All the inhabitants cabinet discussion. Some members and diverting to some extent the at- sides.

t Basel Switzerland driven the line favored accepting it, but President tention of the Belgian field army cen- The president pleaded that the
,. ,, ,Aug. pecial.gigantic) French were across
Wilson stood out firmly against it, tered at Louvain, the Germans are United States be "neutral in fact as
t 1 is being hurled across'the German frontier,from the direc- into Holland. Fourteen refugees died
; well in these
Maastricht. feeling that American troops would now signalled as marching direct on as name during days
the from Vise to
; \* tioa of Belfort_against.the,masses of the German army along the. on A dispatch way to the Chronicle from surely be drawn into conflict with the Brussels by way of Huy and Jodoigne.This that are to try men's souls."

t'. t ,7 Rhine.; Amsterdam makes similar assertions.It constitutionalists. raiding force is believed to con- The president's statement follows:

''y ,,:Already,'several, 'terrific engagements have been fought, both alleged the Germans vowed the Urgent messages were sent to Car- sist mainly of cavalry and artillery, "My Fellow Countrymen-I sup-

0 'aides:suffering'enormous: ,losses/ destruction of the city because shots ranza pointing out the dangers of including the much feared motor i pose that every thoughtful man in
battle at Mexico but of firers. America has asked himself during
.. a, City, none quick
; :From:the which killed several Germans were
of the
: strength French forces it is obvious they
are these last troubled weeks what influence
the communications, it was stated officially "These troops are in imminent dan- -
E :J:attempting> .to force;the'Germans from upper Alsace, ,and, to an- insist fired there the ,firing though was the by inhabitants accident contained any threat to send ger of being cut off from their base the European war may exert

(k tkq te,aJ German flanking movement which trreatens the French the Germans themselves.The American troops. at Liege but the day of desperate upon the United States, and I take

. :jmyd kreported,to have'penetrated to Vesges, near the Swiss among correspondent claims the soldiers Paul Fuller, a ?New York lawyer, deeds has dawned for the German the liberty of addressing a few words
"-'frentler'. .1 .J. the was summoned to Washington and fatherland and the occupation of the toyou in order to point out that it is
t drove the people from townat
'" after conference with the is the of entirely within our own choice what
a presidentand Belgian capital just sort
;: \ir' meFicit movement,eastward has as its objective four focal the point of the bayonet, before
: its effects will be and
Secretary Bryan, started for Chi- spectacular coup, utterly barren froma upon us urge
of the able
$ setting the fires.
>;pests:; ;Heavy firing along the .lineJrom Altkirch,north through bodied of the town have been arrested -, huahua to see Villa and later Car- strategic standpoint, calculated to very earnestly upon you the sort of

:T has been:heard, .indicating,-an. important battle. men and sent to AbclaChapellefor ,, ranza. He reached Chihuahua today, kindle enthusiasm across the Rhine. speech and conduct which will best

;The'Swiss: \frostier. Uaxd'ls-. massed along the border to" and is expected to co-operate in efforts Inhabitants are Warned"In safeguard the nation against distress
th ,.. .' -. .. pre- trial, he says.
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'I tt:vela the croa0fflenrof the belligerent,forces on neutral tern The correspondent of the Times at to bring the two leaders into this peaceful city it is impossible and disaster.
:., >: harmony. to realize that the enemy is onlya "The effect of the war upon the
+ tory of Switzerland. Berne, Switzerland says:
.!' 1 Ok : "The Germans have burned the Advices from Consul Silliman at long day's march away. The life United States will depend Upon what

} Mexico City said the city was quiet of the city goes on as usual, but de- American citizens say and do. Everyman
BELGIAN ... !WAR f :MINISTER REPORTS, ALL WELL WITHTALLIED town of Bruzweiler and blown up all '
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t' ' "*' today. There has been a general suspension spite outward calm significant events who really loves America will
IJ ,. its factories, the reason alleged being I
; ARMIES IN :BELGIUM of business in anticipation of have been chronicledTrenches are act and speak in the true spirit of
\; that the inhabitants fired, on a German
-fl. laden,.",Atig.J&. _(SpecialA'Reubr;;) .. dispatch from. Brus- patrol. All' the people of the the entry of Carranza. being thrown,up in feverish haste in neutrality which is the spirit of impartiality

(, ,sete says'_every road,toward; Brussels seems',to,have been definite- town were required to register. the environs. Exhortations in large and fairness and friendliness -
4 ily::stopped.:** "Notwithstanding assurances that Tells Villa to Keep Away black type are being placarded callingon to all concerned. The spirit of

Camargos, Chihuuahua, Aug. 18. the inhabitants for their own the nation in this critical matter will
with of
j. ...'... :According' ,to- a. message" from :Ottignics hostile force has coal Germany, it is is known provided here that plenty women General Villa has received orders sakes not to engage in any hostile be determined largely by what indi-

been reported:_around. Landon is there acts in the event of German viduals and societies and those
: nor a single German at are being employed in the collieriesin from General Carranza not to come I occupa- gath-
tLandon_" ',_, .:itl'elf.c"'_" the provinces of Rhine and West to Mexico City. Villa will leave to- tion. ered in public meetings do and say.
,; ;German cavalry" ;encamped between' 'Oittenhoven and .Velm. phalia." night for Chihuahua City. "In the general atmosphere of What newspapers and,magazines contain -

;No.:HK>v Bieat.of.,. ;troops;has been observed in the direction ofCambloux. George C. Carothers, special rep- nerve racking misery one fact is upon what our ministers utter
resentative of the Washington gov- abundantly plain. The Germans are in their pulpits and men proclaim as

:" .- HOllAND'S EUTRN.\1Y\ ernment, continued his negotiationswith in a muddle on the Meuse. Aerial I their opinions on the streets.

The... evening:.News quotes, the minister of war at Brussels assaying Villa today. He is believed to observers paint pictures of chaos in I "The people of the United States

'"theaitaation ,is unchanged and all continues well with have conveyed representations from the enemy's ranks, consequent on the are drawn from many nations and

burkmtea., ,".' THREATENED\ [ [ the state department calculated to relentless arrival of army corps on chiefly from nations now at war. It

.A Central 'News:dispatchreports the prevent another break between Gen- army corps behind a crippled front. is natural and inevitable that there
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population of Brusselswu'
PRECAUTION BEING eral Carranza and General Villa. The emperor has dispatched his legions should be utmost variety of sympathy "
r awakened this morning by the sound,of artillery firing. The EVERY by a. stop watch but owing to and desire them with regardto
AN among
f j i *H fcjrare.,seriously, alarmed, believing the Germans were: INVASION the hitch on the line at Liege, Teuton the issues and circumstances of

,\. l their.doors.' :Everywhere'the'people'rushed into the streets to SENATE[ HITS TRUSTS thoroughness is cutting both ways. the conflict. Some will wish one na-

{ r asc. rtajn "the .cause.of the:bombardment. Roads Have Been Barricadedand Sixteen days for a thirty mile'advance tion, others another, to succeed in the

.P r.' "".'/ It" 'was-found.several, aeroplanes, had. ,been.sighted some distance Dykes Will Be Cut and HARD BlOW hardly from Aix-la-Chapelle be made the cause to Diest for many can momentous struggle. It will be easyto w
excite and difficult allay
+ passion -
c from the city and were_being:made the'subject of:a hot bombard- j Country Flooded if 'hochs/ and the mailed fist would ap- it. Those responsible for excitingit
went from__all arms, of the service. The'fate of the, aeroplanes is Necessary pear to have become a trifle rusty. will
Washington, Aug. 18.-(Special)- assume a heavy responsibility,
k ,unknown... "Gallant little Belgium has pre-
a responsibility for no less a thing
The Rotterdam The senate the
London, Aug.18. today adopted committee -
The(BeJgfctf:.:army,- during the last few days, has lost many correspondent of the Daily Telegraph amendment to the Clayton pared to make a last stand at Ant- than that the people of the United
There is under the
,men',bat the Germans have also lost most jt werp. no place States whose love of their countryand
: heavily. that Holland taking
I : reports anti-trust bill modifying the provision sun for which the Germans yearn whose loyalty to its government

'GllUlANs'iLooNG"DETERMINED elaborate precautions along her fron- in the bill as.it passed the house more acutely than this Liverpool of should unite them as Americans all,
EFFORT TO CAPTURE tier to enforce ner neutrality. De- the Netherlands, but they will haveto
bound in honor and affection to think
't which specified that a verdict ob-
.BRUSSELS lachnvnts of cavalry constantly pa-
detach at least half a million men
first of her and her interests, be
|':Load which
infantry guard the are of trade shall. be conclusive
Irom Brussels. indicated Can artillery bombardment and hot against each other involved in
a heavy blocked at frequent intervals with evidence in suits brought by private

infantry: ', attack by the Germans at Louvain, which is the Belgian barbed wire entanglements and bar- persons for damages. The provision R RUSSIAN FORCES[ ARE, the if not'in war itself action.in impulse and opinion

:army heatlglarte' .
adopted by the senate makes a verdict

:The enemy is in,great force but Brussels announced, that it was The roads are the key to the situa I only prima facie evidence. ADVANCING Might Stand in Duty's Path

being held back: This is apparently movement tion, as artillery can not be taken "Such diversion among. us. would be
a Brus- '
to capture -
,' ela. : ;; .'. _. __ across the open fields, which are GERMAN STEAMER FLED BACK fatal to our peace of mind and might
5 g, .Definl te, results: ana 'me details -
oftie conflict have been :marsh lands. TO HAVANA seriously stand in the way of the
suppressed." In towns near the frontier large proper performance of our duty as

r bodies of troops are congregated and Havana, Cuba, Aug. .-The Ger- AUSTRIA BEGAN the one great nation at peace, the one

: ... .BATTLE TURNING'IN FAVOR OF; THE BELGIANS the .possible, lines Jof invasion are man steamer Praesident, which left SUNDAY people holding itself ready to play a

Fans,, Aug.. 18.-SpeciaL-A( ) dispatch to the ,Figaro: from&t commanded by powerful forts whichare here several days ago proceeding toward part of impartial mediation and speak i
strong and modern. Arrange- the east, returned today and Believed That Strong Attack by the; counsels of peace and accommodation -
se($ says the_battle to the:north:is turning to the'advantage '
; of,the ments are complete for flooding the reported that at Point Maysi at the Russians Will Embarrass i not as a partisan but as a
:; ,According to the minister
Belgian of
war their .
country of the frontier at a moment's eastern extremity of Cuba, she was friends."I
forces. have:Mocked, ,the',pivoting move southward undertaken by notice- chased by a British cruiser and compelled German Army Invading venture, therefore, my fellow

.t three corps' of the German army,at;Liege. I In the neighborhood of the forts, :to turn back. It is supposedhere France countrymen, to speak a solemn wordof

d house, trees and crops have been that the Praesident transferredcoal warning to you against that deepest
London Aug. 18- The general advance -
f GREATBRITAIN: ASSURES UNITED STATES JAPAN WILL razed to make it impossible for ,an and,other'supplies to a German I i most subtle, most essential breachof
the Russian Sun-
f 1.J'CONFiN HER ACTIVITIES to approach under cover. Sev- cruiser at army began neutrality which may spring out of
..- ... TO, CHINA. SEA army sea., day, according to the St. Petersburg
eral whole orchards, have' been cut partisanship, out of passionately taking
;W ashington,-:Aug.. ,18,-( -Great Britain formally correspondent of the Times. He says:
as sides. The
down. Anew: line of attractive books for United States must be
suted the state department this afternoon that Japan will confine The_rivers are protected by armed boys and girls; all titles; only 35c.each. "I am permitted, to state that the neutral in fact as well as in name

f! ,he. r activitagainst t,Germany;to 'the..China seas, except where, eS.. ., -Curtis'&'O'Neal. Russian advance armies began the their seventeenth general during these days that are to try

l' thy protection"of,Tier commerce may,require'wider: action., ,I x, day of the on mobilization Sunday men's souls. We must be impartialin
: l Yt- .that ,Great :Britain is ,keenly anxious to : ,The exertion of strong on thought as well as upon every
irelations preserve, they \w entirely his private, opinion and he had no word:as to pressure transaction that might be construedas

:" 'godd, q . ,.between b ,the United' ,States' .and" Japan,. as, any what .the. German 'government;would:do in;reeposse..to;the;Japanese the Austro-Hungarian and German a preference of one party to the
breach,which would"kvolve: Great Britain'would' *0 bodies from:this side,at least a weekearner I.
mean starvation ,ultimatum.l struggle before another.
.t t. for.''' ; the .ritisliIsles-tbrongh- the closing,of American' and,Canadilh At-the' 1 - bieed' ; 't than was supposed possible "My: thought is of America. I
( Bawled \ ,- dapeseembaasyitia: ,' ,_ German..t-e. give. up wfil undoubtedly ,discourage the enemy am
'\ .. ;; .Kiau. Chau*:without;a".struggle.. r" ._ !> ::.:. .. 'v" :in.their attack (or. France." speaking, I.feel sure, the earnest wish

Assurances',.from. 'Great' -"';Britain- concerning. her ally, are. therefore.taken :. '" ; ' .' ,. <.}:t and purpose of every thoughtful ;
at their full value.g .- %' J: ',;, GERMANS AGAIN' ATTEMPT:=:TO CROSS\THE MUSE THE WEATHER American that this great country of

:!( : ours which is, of course, the first in
Jjfkw _d'Affairt 'HafeTVon(Haimhausen of.the. .German"":em- ': Lood< ,.kA--: ( L--A:news diapttch from;-Brussels our thoughts and in our hearts,should
Florida Local thunder showersWednesday
''s ywseaaByj. .. .-. of', theopmiaithat<, : >_ :Germany should_. _.at. .;ooce'. says,:it'is reported that the German age attested -to; cross, ; and'probably Thursday. show herself in'time of peculiar triala
:1 release "
,+:'r'JKiaa'' Oia ttakhags'.tQkChu: : ft',,:,thai_ .,:checking.Japan" the MeaafiwarDfawirt and that French artiBery mtfed, the'-at- nation fit beyond others to exhibit

.... .. 'tn'SaY" t.> f, gave" < his views'frankly 'today, bet. a#, ,, 'c. "" n,. ,i>;";-; .t0'"S."S.; : ,;;, _' Get'tie'rang'first in the Sentinel.1.c 1....: '- (C _", :.on paCeS)'

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'Asusua1after taking inventory, we find we have a. great many remnants and short lengths of

I :goods, -as well as broken lots of other goods, that we must close out to make room for the new Fall Stock,
r .'J therefore. these will be sold while,they last at prices way below the actual market cost Remnants and

f ,,. 1 short,} length- goods will, ,not be cut at prices named.

.. * ,Dress Goods Remnants.MEN'S. DRESS SHIRTS r MEN'S SHOES
DRESS GOODS REMNANTS to 20c yard now ....10cUp \
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to 35c'yard, BOW'.-...:..;..:............. 15cUp 150 Eclipse., Shirts will be sold for $1.00 till further no About 100 pairs of Men's Shoes that were $3.00 to $6.00
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$2.50'a. . .. ) :$3.50. te $5.50'Pants BOW ..:................... $3.00 sell "Toile Du Nord" Ginghams at 12 l-2c any old time
J : a and we have the best real 84x84 count percales, thatLADIES
we sell twelve months in the year at 12 l-2c a yard
_M : SKIRTS About 150 pair Ladies Shoes that were from 2.50 to$4.00 CALL, EXAMINE, COMPARE
; J.3.'TO'1-2 OF REGULAR PRICE. now will be sold out at$1.00 per pair.

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.- 4; In response t to an urgent demamd we have organized a department for the systematic .

. : handling of rentals_ and leases both residential and business.

.: SF{ We are now in a_ position to render efficient service to everyone desiring to lease

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In_ order that this department may be one of the best in the State, we urge every.:

: oneJlay property for rent or lease to list with us immediately. Immediately! be- i iII

l "ca- -usecads are constantly being received and first come must be first served.

Indications are that all listing will be served early in the season. ,

y TO 'APPRECIATEUstwithusNOW. the superiority of system over confusion and service over luck,


We pay for ,the advertising ,of properties listed with, us.I :


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s THE MERE ANNOUNCEMENT of this event should be sufficient to pack our store until all surplus lines are cleared away.

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

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

available as.'advertised. Why are we selling good merchandise so much cheaper than other stores are selling any kind of goods.

: : THE, YOWELL-DUCKWORTH CO. sells no goods of poor quality, nor of uncertain service, at any time. Everything that comes '

,in,:to go out among the hundreds! of patrons of the,store, carries a warrant of satisfaction, whatever the price. Also our assortments go t

f beyond' the ordinary; and include goods of a higher perfection than other stores regularly show- '

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

pricing. As the season wanes, remaining goods are forced out, regardless of price, profit and worth, to prevent an overlap into the

newer style period. ,We are engaged m the forcing out process now. Any store can paper talk of quality and low prices. The ',, !i

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I :MKSSELINES,: &llYd.wide, EXTRA EXTRA EXTRA Ladies' Patent Gun Metal

adel W.e of colors to Beautiful Tan and White Buck Colonial /) en
fancy CREPES in
,'eheeeeAfr ,, the ,regular $1.00 /A.UNIONMADE WOOL DRESS GOODS Values stripes and plaids and 40 inch Ladies' GOWNS made of Nain Pumps, $3.50 value..... .. .. .Jy
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w .!" t. ;: up to $1.00 s Dolly Varden Voiles,' 35 and sook Lace, trimmed, 75c value
50 cts. values
: > OVERALLS; AND SHIRTS 19 cents CREPES, beautiful -
J line of patterns, value up25c.yourchoice
E to ......... iUC
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I ,,Grade :yorkPaats.: :. 93c EXTRA

'Best.-Gr e"o"'ra11. s ,... .. .... 93C SILKS in plain and fancy pat- Ladies' HOSE in plain and CREPES in Floral designs'IER 35cMEN'S, all colors HOLE,-extra PROOF IOS19c!
terns worth to 50c colors
up fancy the best 50c values,
5 ___ quality,
,u. de. Sam'Works, rts ...,.:.., 45 C 19 cents 15 cents Flagons, in plain and fancy
25 cents white checks, stripes and

ures, 35c. value ...... .. ..fig17... c
CREAM SERGE for Wash -
skirille .
ksJikewool,30inches12 c EXTRA LACES Big lot of Val and
!:, ,wide, 25c"q1 % :
- Torchon, in edges and insertions121.2c.
-j'. __ and 15c. values .. ... 3 C
i .BARGAIN, Heavy
; f .tamed TOWEL had, size 18x36,. regikr LAWNS IN PLAIN WHITE and COLORS
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:<. .,15 .teat, quality !_.,.,...:.. ,I c RIBBONSin plain and fancy, c
India Linon, Pajama Checks, and a value up to 50c., your choice. L jCMEN'S

: | DRESS GINGHAMS, in plain, good staple Gingham, 10c. and 12 l-2c.
criers, checks, stripes and Ov. TAN and GUN ?METa on
.: eeat qaalityI ........ 134C values, this sale AL OXFORDS, $4.00 values. .. .

I UMBRELLAS for. Ladies and Men, 98c 'PERCALES, full,yard wide, splendid O 1 SECOND FLOOR .CLEARANCE SALE PRICES
$1.50 value -.:................... designs, regular 12J c quality..... O LmLONSDALE 'C .
. ,and all the best brands LADIES'WAISTS, in Voiles and $1 98I THIRD FLOOR
PARASOLS: white and fancy, 85c Bleaching, full yard wide, 12%-c $1 OV Crepes, $3.00 and $3.50 value .... 1 Quartered Golden Oak ?
valves up to$150...........,.... ..quality,11 yards for... ......... afar Price $63.00, Sale Pnce.535UqILDREN'S .
- LADIES' KIMONAS, made of silko-
\, _SOX, plain and fancy, BLIarEACHlNG.full yard wide, Regu$1.00 line, $LOO vauleCHILDREN'S ................. 48c 1 Quartered Golden Oak Buffet, $3. .
t ,I '2k. rake:..!-!...-...............,;. I'Se. 12 yds. for SCHOOL DRESSES, value, for .......................$25.98
; PAJAMA CHECK, full yard wide, 9c made of Gingham,$L25,$1.50 value 98 C 2 Quartered Golden Oak Buffet, (
I... CHILDREN'S, .SOX-, plain' and fancy, lOc Regular 15c qualityEMBROIDERIES .............. value r......................$27t20... .98
:Ifeqvafity'LADIES' .......!.,.,............'. in Edges, Bands ,CHILDREN'S ,MUSLIN DRAWERS, 19c 2 GOLDEN OAK BUFFETS, $251
:. HOSE' Black, Tan and and Insertions, values up to 15c for S C. embroidery trimmed,25c,35e. value value ...................,...... Q 19 98

r .White;'25c= Talae. .. ............. '19c. One large lot LADIES' DRESSES at Just oneLADIES' RAINCOATS, ruberized, $4.98 1 GOLDEN OAK BUFFET, ( OQ f
t\ i half the Regular Price. Regular $7.50 quality. ........... value .................... $22.50$16. J

SECOND FLOOR $100 ........ . $16.001149
\! ., \ { $1.50 and. and $2.00 quality.. value . .. .....
Jl $5.90'valee' !.....!........ ..!..... $1.98 LADIES'SILK WAISTS, in white '$1.50 GOLDEN OAK DINING
; .- ,'_ s and pink, with Organdie collar and 98c One lot of Ladies' Trimmed Hats, $2.25 CHAIRS ....................... $119, '
cuffs, great value at $L50, at..... ..worth up to $15, your ,choice....
.. Y $3.50.talae::: ...:......:....%_ .......$2.15 $2.00 GOLDEN: OAK DINING
li: CHAIRS ...................... 1.49

If l' $L80.,0 ......,................ $2.98 GROCERY DEPARTMENT $100 GOLDEN OAK DINING $2.00 '
CHAIRS ... ... .
f.. LADIES''' HAND BAGS .in. plaiD2Se Flour has gone up in price, but we having purchased Snow Drift LARD, 10 Ib. pail, for... $1.20 Closing out our Rugs to make room for our
11' White, $1.00 value"""""..!.. large Fall and Winter Stock.
a large supply before: the advance, enables '
J Snow Drift LARD, 4 Ib. pail, for.... 48c 9x12 AXMINISTER, value $25.50 7 QQ
t' ,;BATH.TOWELS, .theE-erJutlnr: 29c us to make prices mach under the Market Sale ...........................till.
triad; Urge size, tOe quality...... Value. 1 Pound can Royal Baking Powder.. 38c
-' Sm-Us Brand Flour, Fancy. Patent: 9x12 VELVETS, value $25.00, Sale.. 114.49
INDIAN, LINEN, '32 inches. wide, CindreUa Brand PEAS, ,extra fancy, 13c
1, 'sheer,nercerUed I tiIsh,15e quality 0c 98 pound _$340 20c value ....... ............... 9x12 9 WIRE TAPESTERY, $18.00'$12.98
.. ..
BEDSPREADS, tege size,' Marseil- Or per dozenOndrella ....... .............. $1.549X Sale '
75 : TAPESTERY, value $14.00,
$119 48 pound .$1 98
< ,les'palttrnL50;quality....!... Brand TOMATOES, 2 Ib. Sale

1' '{r.,, CHIFFOIS-TAFFETASILfi. : yard 24- pound> Sacks.....'.... 90c size,dozen strictly___high___grade._____Specialper -___ 87 C Rugs of all sizes sincluded in this Sale.
1 vide,' sold during this Sale will be
If aid.,.L u ._ Special per ................ Charge.

a Tbe h : ( Vowell-Duckworth Co.

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fJ.fJ.'c. : .1 : Orlando's Largest Store. ':"Quality Did It.

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; ';,. .b,. TNE DAILY. -- WAR.GROWS MORE wounds inflicted'by all these bul. LEMONS ARE FROM 50e. TO $1 :

.1 fr* are dean cut, They' frequently ,

t .4'.:.;.. , ,,.lk'rfli'tM.. ','SottKlJfltfl . .. 'In:the American civil war eight through bone' tissue without CHEAPER-
:0 .. '- : -:,- :: : "- -
;"{ ''i.H,ANe. WfEKIYtt diers died of disease to one New York, Aug. 18, Reports from
,J <; .., . ..*.,....fBftBtt,"- ..r." .. owner wounds. Experts expect..that I meeting to an artery the, bullet Sicily lemon shipping districts are 'YOU IlAPPy
it .. .- !present general European y pushes one and goes conflicting but some receivers here t
..11 .'...... at tfe* putoffitt at or>*,. florIH not 'than three will fall without cutting 'the, blood
' t ,.m 8KO&4 Chn .HaQ Xctter.B1TBB., I more are of the opinion that the Sicily lem-
,t 't.--, to.sickness to one ,killed on the :on deal, so,far as the United States -.

A.j' .lt1IICI. -T10i'1' . of battle. 'are very rare com- I is concerned, will wind up in about
.ut="" .'Utut .........................."'" Such is the advance of army with wars of more than fifty two weeks. Several cables were readin
,; ,. .Mb."0 oat .:... ,.................1W A bullet wound
ago. through
fi HE'"s .11. .......................L6 tation and 'army surgery in a the auction houses that no lemons
'< t I ioa1t. .:). .Month .:...........!.........! :.50 years. The Americans and the such as theknee or the elbow, were, being shipped from the other
. I*: necessitated the amputation of
have been the
: L1 1 Wretb.1''TewWwtiy '..."...t..:.......::... LM anese leaders. limb. Now such wound is side and conditions were such that
' :v ...0'Menh. .!..!..."::.i.9 United States army hospitals a eas- they could not be shipped until these
and dressed.
J; . installed many remarkable opened conditions changed in favor of ship
Ji ., .lr, 1BVKTHMH: ions.since Spanish-American Russia. which made a sad pers. ;At the end of this week there
-, showing in the war with -
: with its dreadfu11esson'in'the
50,000boxes in the of New
were port
1 :Cur. te'',*lhf ai 'iIl ewer .fctatNtInrihbv
has learned her lesson and has
: Ji i :. mrt k ...... ta a& tb bviaMia of typhoid, and these new ideas York and none afloat for any American -
:: :. .w .t *. tatiMl Mt .later than 2 .. .. been adopted by the army surgical arrangements. Some of these Y
....... points. cargoes
Ik*.*7 kefen! Tide tale applies the vaccine
.f: M:.... te',cMtmt AdVertU**: it I',4te of Old World powers. nations use to com- have been in New York harbor for
.:o aa4 wifl to. strictly meted to.MMHbea So it 'is expected that 'the typhoid, the scourge which once some time and the fruit is not in the

rtr .. war the in history camps and killed 1,600 in :
ca ,'total. The Sentinel dra* ,greatest yet very best condition as a rule. Some
UMW braid the office in writing *nIk will be the most humane. Spanish war. I brokers are of the opinion that this
t *&'of =-. otherwiM It.will be be army division (13,000 to 15-
.ottHanJ ,at. the regular subscription'rates. no disproportionate supply win last about two weeks on :
utB,Mtfee..to .top reeened.. from disease and no army of men) is supplied with four field account of the slackened demand for -
each capable of caring for'
as an'aftermath. Sicily lemons from the Middle West. :

WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 19, 1914.t The modern high power, patients. There are also two At the end of last week the entire

ing military rifle and the hospitals, with a capacity broker contingent as well as importers -
in artillery will have much to do 700 each, for each division. The HAPPY
were predicting a heavy advanceat WEEK
An armistice is on .this morning in'the hospitals send the more
change. the sale all
Tuesday. They guessed
teachers' salary fight to bury the
wounded back to the hos-
Those'who die will die
wrong. The market went from 50c.
dead. ly.. Gangrene and infection at home. to $J. per box lower than at the close

oThe' practically unknown quantities, every officer is instructed in last week. Many of the heaviest buy- Times Short Only
is two
press already worrying thought.. aid treatment. This alleviates
'a ers who usually take a car load sent
about.a name for this war Sherman suffering on the field of battle.
Before the Russo-Japanese in orders for 50 boxes
expecting to
S ,named it fifty years,ago. the armies the world oyer to typhoid dysentery is the pay $6 and $7 for lemons that really more days are left of

o high calibre bullet, made of army scourge. This is attacked cost them about $5 to $5-50. About
'An Arcadia policeman now resem sterilizing the drinking water. this Event
' sheathed lead and greased to yards'i' 40,000 boxes were sold this week.
4 t.'bleaa; locomotive, at least in so far I come friction in the barrel shows sanitation has often

as ,a,.cow.catcher is concerned. the fate of nations. In
The muzzle velocity was less CLAY PIGEON SHOOT AT ST.
} 0, when the fine Prussian
half that of the missiles now troops
Georgia wfll.re-elect,Senator Hoke PETERSBURGThe
ployed. to the relief of Louis XVL,
Smith today-if.one of the other can- raw levies of the young republic '
'' didates does not_get the most votes. Then, too, bayonet and and repulsed them. General Du Petersburg Gun club will "HAPPY WEEK" ENDS THURS

0 charges were more common. commander of the French hold a clay pigeon shoot on Thursday, DAY
resulted in hideous wounds NOON-THATS THE
Carranza. has notified Villa to stay shows clearly in his report August 27th, over their traps at the BURDENOF
ficult for sUrgeons to handle.
f out of Mexico City: Huerta sent the Prussians had been unfitted foot of Sixth avenue, south. This : OUR SONG. GIVE HEED TO IT
The bullets which i
.Carr iiza substantially. the same message. are flying service by dysentery. Ordinary shoot is open to all shooters in the :
rope today are of less diameter AND MAKE EVERY HOUR
precautions would have pre- state, and as good money prizes will I
the lead
o' acketted ordinary with nickel pencil.lead : this.McCULLOCII'S. be offered, there will undoubtedly be : LAST THREE DAYS OF THIS EVENT

,. i1 ;George Washington married widow or a large field of entries. The traps !
and have tremendous
!and never told. a .lie because you velocity. will be open for practice next Friday COUNT.

,a_ n't. tell a .widow. lie and get off The soft, mushrooming afternoon, and all shooters as well as
the old resulted in the
'with it day the public are invited. For informa-
of bones and the
ing crushing
0 tion address T. A. Graves, St. Peters-
than cutting, of tissues.
ATensacola man with eighty-seven L burg.
almost inevitable the
:ref twee in the German army is likely was ,
to,become the heir of all'of'them ing especially unsanitary. A WOOD. COAL AND ICE

-- if tfce-:war reports continue' to comeM' hi the abdomen. was considered Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Hand's COME TO DAY !
: sarily fatal The death rate Store
the other side.s .- Department
the wounded was enormous.In Coal Yard, phone 566. 9-31-tf :
s- o
'The'MiBtiHerald recent campaigns there COME TO-MORROW! COME
; has discovered SATURDAY SPECIAL-Four to PRE-
stances where soldiers'shot in
"thatt we breathe 10,000 ,quarts,of.air aiL Homemade Cakes. Yowell PARED TO BUY SEASONABLE
considered vital SUMMER
were once spots Jelly -
logy.' Yes,:and some of...uaheatJt'it'in.'the j Duckworth Co. .8-19-4 :
walked unsupported to the field
ul discharge hearing of a MERCHANDISE AT LESS THANIT
.loegaaSeringpublic.: pitals.
Germany used a Mauser rifle, Fruit Jars iiiMtmiiMMitimiiMT.F.HWJRIBAN I HAS SOLD FOR THIS SEASON.YOU'LL .

:'rheG; rmanceBu.ander investing a bullet of 8' mm. caliber, NOT BE DISAPPOINTED-NO
copper coated.. Great Britain's
Lit i committed :suicide because 'heWM
sile is the Lee-Enfield, all kinds'freservin MATTER HOW HIGH YOU HAVE
unsuecessful:in taking the: forts mui.'the Licensed Plumber and
9te:Uf '.would'have' been 'saved'had coating being cup -
; e : / The French 'lathe Sanitary Engineer RAISED YOUR EXPECTATIONS.It .
fee read seine of:the American news
rifle, of 8' mm. caliber, with Estimates Furnished. Jobbing
,papers.England's. Attended to.
: Promptly
coated with nickel Russia uses Kettles
sin-Nagant rifles, caliber 7.62 PHONE, 69
.,assurance that, 'Japan
: with_bullets cupro-nickel coated. :106 Court Street is hardly
will, confine: her activities, in a war
tria's chief small arm is the
with. Germany to the China sea mustbe
' licher, caliber 8 mm., with a 20 S.'Oratge Aveaae. ORLANftO, FLORIDA
: .disappointing to.the prophets :who : Necessaryto
sheet the
bed. that United: States would
\ Hitting ,man beyond 350
bed_ waintowar.L quote

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:colored, dozen of, Orlando pur- MllllilllllHIMIilllilllllllllttilHIIMttMMMItMttlHMIIMItltl liltMMI
I IndividualReductions
chased'a'marriage license a few days

f ;:ago ,and'as he parted" with! two dollars Fresh SeedWe

:fee I.remarked: "Good-bye,' .two. ,do.J .!- -
Ylabsl'IWondlah!J 'is yo gwine to brung

: me=happiness, or misery!" are new receiving New, Fresh Seed. Call or Write for Prices

.. 'Before.'a, Canadian o can volunteer ,McELROY'S PHARMACYQlyelS.a | THEY ARE SWEEPINGGet

k for:service in'the European war he
has-.to get the written permission of Trial Qikkleliveryiii PHONE 20. Try wr Ice Cream.

his wife, and.the wise men are being'nice

_. to their wivesaad: trying to per' -
& ;suade! them to refuse their-consent 444*

.0' J in personal contact with the
t '
The German ambassador Wash- .
.. goods. You'll be another Happy Buyer
;fagton thinks Germany should give i-

,her:Chinese port back to China before I no question about that! And you'll be

Japan, gets an ',opportunity to :
;take.:'it' We agree with him and if JEELRY'FOR able to complacently'say-

:we:can bring the .Kaiser to our way THE WfDDING '
of thinking it will be unanimous* : '

o -
Because' it gets there first with the For the bride, countless things in Silver, Cut You came " .',

war news the International News Ser Glass and Fine China. Rare jewels of every de
ce:4H': service used the Sentinel \
by scription.For '
.had added'fifty.newspapers to You Saw !

its.list ,and the number steadilyfly :. Bridesmaids Ladies o! Honor, Flower-

,growing? ; In.its<:big;Sunday morning < : Girls, etc., Bracelets, Brooches Bar Pins, La' Val-:, Were !

_'_ edition the Jacksonville Metropolis is liers, Wristlet Watches, Silver Vanity Cases, Conquered

,,now using the.International service, Purses, Card Cases, etc.

The'Chicago ,Examiner o ,is organizing For the ushers-Cuff Links, Coat Chains, Two- And Bought !

; a universal peace committee ,andprints Pocket,Chains, Full Dress Sets, Gold and Silver

hundreds of letters from kings, Pen Knives, Pencils, etc.
emperors,. senators; ,congressmen, :: '" '
t -t mayors and.other prominent men tell.. "Let us help you with your wedding present

ing what great move it is. Chicago problems.T.H.Evansthe l '..::.. ;':

i,., ,is,a' good place to keep'a peace comTnittee "

? D just now;-if the Examiner

.t i wants_ .to'keep_ it from being'killed'in

,- jthe_ war.
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'If every man you met on the street ;

., as you 'came down: to business' this DIGKSON'IYES K O.DfPARTMfNTAl

E morning. 'told 'you, that you .looked

sick; that you. are .nearing. breakdown ,

; that; you couldn't.'live .mud

'.i :longer i unless you take a rest, i t JewelerOPPOSITE STORE

Y :,wOuldn't. be long- before' you would

"T''" *,begin. to feel. rather l., It's the same"way

: 'prophesies' disaster, panic and "hardbeueve

".. ; times;petfte;:vffi:begin't ; iittd L I
"-'. wffl cortle hard times<, .them EXPERT REPAfflBCG AND .'..11.i

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"'"':;J, Mr. J. ,M.' Caruthers, ,the St. Augustine, Aug. 18-Three
f., : ;:FLA.; florist;t'passed'down ,Orange;'ave ue L Open 2 p. m..lJlcI',6:30'p. nu young ladies received the habit of the

,., yesterday using a huge caladium f Admission. 5 'centsTODAY'S order ,of the Sisters of St.: Joseph ';

;:; ', ' !', P 4 ,. for' ail umbrella he attracted, no .little f this,morning at St. Joseph's convent ", ', ,". U "

I ?.* D."N..: I four;by five.feet and was grown athis and perpetual vows. The ceremony :
ctm6..basio. e-her'e'py., : .
"YioletdeU" 'gardens'n South "Captain Jenny. In three parts. was beautiful and impressive, and
r : :.:-...:;. '
Lake street ,Mr. Caruthers hehas" look! Listen! Another of those followed
I" says one mass celebrated in- the con- .
Mr.. A. L, Tayew ,of ,AltamonteIr ii
: : ;: grown'these"elephant: ears" even good Golden'Seal 3-reel features. vent chapel :"Cpi 111 I Allen's"U
,:Springs;,'was a'viator to Orlando, 'yes."Itei'day -, larger,than the one exhibited'yester- don't,Keep miss you any eye of on these the good Favorite features.and For the past eight days the sisters _

l, day.NOTHING. Five,cents to all. have been on retreat and the period of .
: ;- devotions and silence ended this morning -
F( ;:Miss Louise,Ellis, ,of Ocala, is'the with . -
DOING IN REGARD massImmediately after
I t{; :attractive,hones guest' ,of Kiss'EjQISe POSTOFFICE .LOCATION ( LONDONIn the mass the young'ladies were vested ,

I: Rob nieon.. with .the habit of the order. The retreat Give us a chance to show

Notwithsanding last' Saturday was :' writing from London under date was conducted by Rev. Father the newest styles in

I1 =) r., and :Mrs. -E.;'H. Walker and the,last day upon'which propositions I of August 5th, Bishop Mann mentions McDonald, S. 'J. watches.you

I sons left:yesterday' ,for:an, ,outing on would be'received for,the location of a visit that day to the office of Rt. Rev. Bishop Curley, assisted by ,',' We will trade in
: Rev. Father O'Brien, conducted the : your pres-
I:, ,the seashore.I ., the Orlando postoffice for ,the. next the American Steamship line-find ,. ,
services this morning. The young ladies ent watch or movement, allowing 3
._ the crowded with
five years, nothing new had developedand ing large room
Mr., and Mrs. ,B.;:'M. Kinson, of a rumor that Inspector Pulsifer Americans: whose return passage on receiving the habit were: Miss you a liberal amount.If .

I, ustis,,,are among" the late arrivals was in the city yesterday to close up European lines was useless, hence I Mary Ward, who will be known as you have any idea of

I 'at,the"San Juan., the matter proved incorrectThe were trying to secure place on this Sister Mary Pascal; Miss Cecilia Cor- getting a watch we would appreciate -
one. He,adds that their own nyn, who is now Sister Mary de the
'- former location,of the People's passage opportunity of
Lourde Miss Anna, Mclaughlin, ,
I't Mr.:R.,E. Ferris,'the clever repre- National bank, in the,Arcade buildingis home was fortunately already engaged showing you.
whose convent is Sister Im-
I;: ,sentative ,of, Perkins, Sharpe & Co., the only place prominently men- on the American Line, and he maculata. Our prices win surprise

|r''was'one,of the',.Tampans in the city tioned, and it is, practically certain did not seem to contemplate shorten-
I* 'yesterday.I that if a move is made it will, be to ing his intended stay in England, so Sister Agnes Joseph, Sister Mary
Patrick, Sister Anna Maria, and Sister
win another month -
_.....-M that location. probably spend
''I;: " Mary Constance made their an- you.Allen&Co
I e 'Mr. 'U:, VK; Ponder, of Peak, is m there.
nual this
I'.'the .visiting: his'mother :Mrs., ,Ha mentioned a great gathering of vows morning.
city M.
.f. . ,,', WILL, PROBABLY PAVE FULL Perpetual or final vows were made
I .B.' Ponder, 312 South,street;, He will WIDTH TO REEL STREET ON_ Socialists in Trafalgar Square two by Sister Francis Regis, Sister Mary
days before war was declared be-
I return to,Ocala today
c '", CENTRAL AVENUE'The Berchmans and Sister Mary Augusta. Jewelers
M' 1I tween England and Germany, to pro-
I.- 'Mr." dnd Mrs. R. 'D, Cornell and test against England's taking part in

Ir: daughter, Mrs J. E.-:Davis, leave' toI committee of Central avenue this conflict, but that the anti-war UNCLAIMED LETTERS D Reliable RepairingHiiiMiiiimiitittitiitmitMiiiiiMiitiitiinim fi

,? [:day forfass-a-Grille"where: 'they will property owners appointed' Monday sentiment was by no means unanimous List of letters remaining uncalledfor

I enjoy f an outing for a few weeks. afternoon to appear before the coun- in the crowds attending. Eng- in the postoffice at Orlando, Fla.,
"r.:. '_ cil and urge the paving of West Central land's declaration of war he consid- for the week ending August 15th.
I* | full-widt$, afternoon "inevitable." When calling for same please say
\\; :Mrs; H 1en". .,S. Greenwood and'daughter avenue yesterday ered "advertised."

Mise .Alice Tetherly, will urged the full width pavingto He is visiting many places of interest W. R. O'NEAL, P. M.

J; alrlje'mO w from their visit to Reel .stree(and from there to the in and near London and seems Men's List-Arnold, A. A.; Butler,

I: points i\ North 'Carolina and Geor- city.limits of clay or'marl. enjoying his stay, but mentioned the C. S.; Bronson, Elick; Burk, F. C.; D
. No definite. decision was made, but inconvenience in getting either checksor Bailey, W. J.; Charlotte, Dan; Doug-
g1A. las Donahue, E. Rob-
Early Early;
; ;
*f _" it is'very''likely that the matter will bank notes cashed, adding that ert; Harris, C. H.; Hangwood, H. L.;

: "MiSl.\ylvia Barnett; the efficient be settled in this way. So much brick "our American money and exchange Harris, Henry Jackson, Jack; Leroy 16 IcD

L4: 'stenogrij her in the'office of..Mr.M. has been apportioned to each street should really be at a premium; but Meyers & Co.; Leuttle, Carl; Moore, :ocn
McMillan C.
J. M.
to be paved and the amount for Central the Londoner doesn't it yet" ; Roy; Pompey, ;
I tOVerstreet see
,{:retarned ,yesterday afternoon Robinson, Attaway; Tyson, Louis; i
I; : 7f'J rom a:month's visit,to'relatives avenue would very nearly'pave He and Mrs. Mann had enjoyed a Thomas, Raymond; Turner, Wiley; :
I t full width,to Reel street call from Rev. Mr. Rickert, who is Warkings, J. J.; Williams, Hansum. I
an fri Bdin Chicago.
: : Women's List-Brown, Mrs. Artie I .IfiJ
staying with relatives in Surrey. ; &pyur.J71h9
(" f1. -r Barnett, Miss Sylvia; Evings, Mrs. :
K.. Mw-fJ. 1).' Beggis and ,daughter, ORLANDO VISITOR WANTS TO Annie; Fairy, Mrs. Lula; Langfield, I
J Percival Miss Elizabeth Palmer, :
:B ggsr', returned: ,last: ,night from
I Mrs Emma Lunie; Roberson, Mrs. Boneless Chicken Potted Beet
North:,Carolina, ':whore-they'have,en- Mr. H.H. Jackson recently arrivedin Elizabeth; Rander, Miss E. S.; Roberson -
i. .joyed. : : ,1ellght.of "Skyland." Florida from the Panama Canal A battle to the death between a Mrs. J. W.; Rain, Mrs. Annie;
Potted Ham Pimento Cheese
'. West Indian native armed only witha Smith, Mrs. Amanda; Spikes, Sarah;
-) Zone, was a pleasant, caller at the Ida E. Tailor Mrs. Lula
' knife, and a man eating shark, is Taylor, ; ;
:Mr.,JV H. Gore has/placed ,a,big Sentinel.office last night Mr. Jack Washington, Mrs. Willie A. Howard's Salad
: the first dramatic "thriller" resulting DressingRed
cyst man :in the Caruthers & Gore son is a nephew of Mr-'J. A. Jacksonof
from the successful of
* store'': .lid ,fa:prepared to show all ,'this. city and has spent several development SATURDAY SPECIAL-Four to

.C 'cmersrttnere"th gore is.being spUt years in'the canal zone where he was under water motion picture photography six. Homemade Cakes. Yowell- Wing Grape Juice
, ; and several views of the
in;EirojU.; .Go: and help yourself. assistant treasurer until the civil government fight Duckworth Co. 8-19-4t
reproduced in the.September Popular Excellent for dinners and luncheon. -
"il ----" Was established a short time picnic ;
Mechanics Such
Magazine. combats -
\.lJAwU&Viiiii' arrived'"from" Qrlando ago.. He then"served a short time as'

*",; ,'te rt'to,take a poatien as, typist collector',at'the Pacific end of the are common in fiction, but it took Potted Plants, Cut Flowers, Funeral
weeks of search and large financial
for the]Weet 'Coast;:Abstract, ..com.pany.jMrv canal, but decided to 'return to the 'GKCOInsect
: : inducements to find a Bahaman who Designs Wedding Decorations.
Vivian' :has1 for: some United ,States. ,
was willing to take the risk in real- ;
'inonAai bSeea? ;irith;the Orange County: Mr. Jackson ,is an old newspaperman
Killer Will
ity. A.dead horse was used for bait
. Abs .eenpaay in ,Orlando.-St.. and is looking for a good proposition t:
to attract the sharks, and one of the
c'1 etei rg ,ladepefidentMr in Florida, preferring this state Rid :
, ,
"'" huge fish was killed under water by THE SANITARY GROCERY
:t ----: with'its,mild,climate,to more north-
the black diver. Movies were also
,( .. ..;; Wellriager, agency director erly states. He will go to Tampa made of submarine exploration workin Your house of all insects. f'''
;_'of:Florida,' for the New today. CARUTHERS & GORE
i I York\ Insurance :company, arrived which the actors wore regulation .turfs $SC. Gallel St.ot
deep sea diving armor, and by the use .
r, f in\rlando, last'evening and,will Mr. N. P. Yowell and Mrs Okle Phone 200
of 2,400 c.p. mercury vapor lamps it For'sale
t spend couple of days in this section McKenzie will leave tonight for New by
< underwater
found to make
- 'looking"ov ',the" situation with, the York ,to purchase the big fall and was possible 6 & 8 E. Pine StreetIETT
motion pictures at night with & Gore
local agent,:Mr. Jas. Al:Enox. winter stock for the Yowell-Duck-

..>..*.. ,'-' worth d department store. They will second.exposures of one one-hundredth of a '1111111111111 1111111111111111111111111111111111IJ. :

Mr,,'Theo.:P.,Votteler, .a prominent go to Jacksonville and sail on the

: '.businessman'of New,York city, spent Clyde steamship Arapahoe at two
yesterday :in: Orlando ,looking 'over o'clock, Thursday afternoon via LOST HIS WATCH itMlllllllilliMllillllllllli!" : HilHIIIIIItlMHIMMRECEIVED ::: ::::::

this:section'witii a,.view'to-loca ing. Charleston for New York. Several
The Sentinel's clever friend,
" He visaed this town twenty:;years days-.will be;spent in the,big city selecting John T. Branham, had the young misfortune

'\.+ago, but'did;not recognize.it yesterday the,big'stock of goods that is The
last night to lose his
! 'ae he traveled on the brick pavements necessary to supply this big mercantile -
time piece was open faced, and rib-
G :!and ,concrete:walks. establishment's trade.
r t
j ,. ., '_;__ '- bon fob attached. If the finder will
return same to either "John T." or
,< ,Mr1). B. 'Sp 1 1er, one of Taft's Mrs. Cot: Cadman, one of the estimable -
this office he will be rewarded and TIRES
i, t oldest,:a nd no8t', prominent citizens, ladies of Osceola county, was heartily thanked.WANTEDReliable.

,spent, several, hours: in. Orlando yesterday up from'her pretty home in Narcoossee -

: fgreetmg....friends: and ,looking :and spent the day with her man in Orlandoto

; after business' matters._ He left, in friends, Dr.. and MrS W C. ,Person. operate penny chewing gum and

\ .the afternoon on the north boundAt-: She was,accompanied,back yesterdayby salted peanut machines. Doesn't interfere -

:: .y'lantic'Coastline for points: in South Miss Jean Person, who will spend with your regular work. Big

l ,Carolina"where.,he,will' remain until the next several days in that delightful profits; pleasant work. Call after Church 5 .
o'clock. S. W. Shanks, 24 E.
September., part of Horida. street 8-18 YESTERDAY

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Bent, etc. for thia eotemn.25c; for one del YlTATAIR LIMBER
W for three din. n. o.tor OM VME), for COMPANY.
-b 2 5 words or ....' Money most
*;<& :.,. ("AI ;Ing Stores Net 4A1&e."} taaertiou the adratiieBunts will be mad for on this credit,.column aceemaDJ, aa DO

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---- t : ; |: SegeDrag'Stores'Make a .specialty of SODA WATER. \ FOR SALE

r ; ; So. .:Drag Stares make ,a, specialty of Cigars and ; Ntrsery stock,'one, two, three and ORLANDO
four year old buds; Foster Early,
Cigarettes. Pineapple, Java, Homosassa, Wash-'
ington Navel Address Mrs M.Kahlct'

lii! i I.;, ,OUR. DRUGSTORE Apopka, Fla. Phone 2222. 3-13- Royal Cement, Agatite Plaster and Perfection lime

i Up to date painting, papering, etc., ..
.Y .. --... . .
!;fe'kaewi the cettmendatiofl is the kind you want. Where to get -
by of its customers. ,People
( it? That's easy, phone 636. W. T. liinimm l l DHj mJ
who are'.particular :about their Drags are Entrican. 1-20-tf:
Statement of the Condition of the
# the kiad of customers we want.

y.e 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 ,.
: "." ,Bepeiialle Covteois sold cheap for cash this month. Call Orlando, F1&,
at Singer Office,'or phone 321. C. B. .
Lindsay, manager. 8-11-tf At the Close of Business June 30th,1914.


4 4he I CITY' DRUG STORE sell FOR touring for SALE-One car cash.; a big five bargain.passenger Will. .. Loans and Discounts . . . . . . . . .. . $379,514 36
$300 this .
Apply office.730tf. Over-Drafts . . . ? . . . . .. .. . . . 622 34

F : L J., L. DEAN,'Prop., 'n Church St;Orlando, Fla. Real Stocks Estate and Bonds . . .,. . .. . . . . . . 26,018 33'
_ FOR SALE-Best quality heart pine Furniture and Fixtures . . . . 26 637 37

: O1tHuunnutnftnuuu. : : : : : :: :: : ::---- S.fence East posts.street See L N. Lewis 7-144mo, 466 Cash on Hand and Due from Banks . . . ; . ; 291;393 48

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/ I jt:4 ''WAR ira WANTED-To exchange Vose piano-, # LIABILITIES. $724,185 88
TO SOUTHERN BANKERS IN in gotd condition, for Victoria and
records. Piano may be seen at For Capital Stock .: :. . . . . . . . . . . . . $100,000 00
mosa. Address P. 0. Box 2. Oakland, .. Surplus and Undivided Profits . . . . . . . ., 39,961 35
: AMEffflI.E
CONfEREN E Fla. Re-Discounts .. . . . . . . .% . . . . . .. None

WANTED-Couple to live on country -'. Bills Payable . . II! . . . . . ... . . . . None
place. Call Ir address, 400 West J Deposits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 582,669 47
1 t .THINKS SECRETARY OF IN., DISCUSS PLANSTOFINANCETHE Central avenue. Due to Banks . . . . ... . . . . . . .. . 1,55506

'D.,LANE THE SOUTH FOR SALE-A number of good hard ; .
1 r... ,-, fence posts and second hand lum : .
Wig- ;Cawe.;American People to'At ber for sale. Call on or address, Mrs. 'I.. Reserve Carried by the Bank . . . . . ; $291 393 48

6 r 3 a Ramie, the'Valae and De- Will Least Have Three to Be Million Held Over Bales E. F. Hoskins Orlando. 8-ll-2w .. -. t Jr Reserve required by Law . . . . . . . : 116:533: 89

; vet, Oar Miaeral and With Aid of Govt. FOR RENT Reserve in Excess of Amt. Required by Law $174,859 59
" ,. .- "- Banks Can Handle It FOR RENT r Deposits on June 30, 1913 . . . . . . . $527,758 01

\ ; Yea Washington, 'Aug. 17 ecre Fourteen room house; modern, up- r- Deposits on June 30, 1914 . . . . . . . 582,669 49
to-date; partly furnished; on Lucerne ,
beUeeS.the Washington, Aug. 17.-A conference -
Lane European war:will Circle ,with fruit
garden, and
t l1 'be,of directbenefit'to'the_,,American. of Southern bankers met here ers. J.; F. Watkins. 730d&wtf.FOR -. INCREASED . . . . . . . . . $54,91148
',' people 'in !today to discuss plans for financing
making them, realize to a '
;' ,\ greater extent the..value of their mineral the cotton crop, appointed a commit- 'RENT-Two' office spaces ia ; The management of the Orlando Bank & Trust Co. endeavors
tee to confer'with our store at No. 9W. Church street to persue a progressive but conservative liberal
}; reaoorces.. treasury officials Come in ana we will show- Pierce policy, to be in its
'k you.
:, J." 'fit is entirely possible,? declared. and the federal reserve board as to Electric Co. 3-29-tf treatment and to adhere to the legitimate lines of banking.
what support the South might Accounts of all who desire the services of
; h today, "to so'utilize these resources, I counton a well-equipped and
: i! :and:'(uPand our.;:industries that the from the federal government MISCELLANEOUS II safely conducted bank are cordially invited.
-t ':JQetADlerica"'will.become., The bankers agreed it would be MII IIIIMMMiMlilllMIUMMili

, t. ,familiar tour: own and'foreign.mar necessary to. "carry. over at least three DYNAMITING done in all its branch- ftiiiiifliiitniiitMiiiltliiflf
0'i kets.a million bales of the cotton crop and es. Clearing land is our specialty.Let .

' ;1 food Second'-supply' only, a in according importance to Secretary,to the storing.discussed. various plans to finance cheerfully us do given.your work.L N. Lewis Estimates, 406 I ill, ::::::::::: ::::::::::::::::::MMMIMUttift IlillillMiiMIIIIIHIIMIMi:::::::::::::::

I 'Laae,.18 the..supply.of-the:necessary" "We want all the',money' we can S. East street. ?-.14o -lino '
"r mifleral ::products, :to ;;meet ,requirements. get'in this crisis and,we'can make n
"One, of the first effects of plans until we consult with the, federal First class Bracing a specialty at
c J
the'war," he said, "has been'to makeus reserve board and the treasury Warman's 12-5-tf. Repair Shop o : Court St
.realiae.the interdependence of nations officials. ,".said G.,L. Comer, presidentof
: 'in;, the food supply;' What we the Alabama Bankers' association."The .
Q :possibly have:not so:fully"realized.,is Southern banks are in a post WANTED POSITION-By competent

., ,that.... '.we. ::are' nearly h as independent, inessential tion to handle the situation' with----- the-- white woman, or housekeeper.; general nursing Best, confinement ref :II:
,.. mineral 'resources and. that 1 aid of the federal reserve board, andI erences. Phone 515. 8-14-3t IIII And RETURN From
the mterferenco'.with-'manufa' turirig feel sure we will get that. !. Jacksonville
eaesed by:interruption of the,flow of George W. Rogers, LOST-Small,solid red female hound.
: president,of the
importations' ; Taxed and subject of larceny. Reward Tickets on Sale August 12th Return
of. of the Arkansas Limit
necessary Bankers' association, pre- for return. John M. Cheney. ,. August 30th.
:vow materials maybe: overcome sided at the conference. He named 8-16-d&w-tf
'< :almost wholly by development.of? neg this committee to consult with treas- For 'illustrated Booklet and Full Information, Addresses
lected resources in our ". TRY F. G. ARNOLD for honest
own country. uary and reserve board officials pric
Secretary Lane believes the'United : and a square deal in real estatRoom :H. C. BRETNEY L&NR.R.
.States' 'R. F. Mobley, Arkansas; G. 1.i i 1, upstairs 25 East Pine street.815.6t ,
could very largely make itself .
Comer, Alabama wit
; Andrew Querbes 134 WEST BAY STREET
.independent of.the
restof'the, world
+ and E. K..Smith, Louisiana. FLORIDA
,.in its. manufactures- ,'the main difficulties Who is your painter and decorator? I
to overcome being> rearrangement If you are satisfied keep the one you :MIIIIIIIIIIIIIIJJIIIIIIIIIIIIIIilllllllllllllll.MIIIMillil' AillltlMI
of,the'distribution system. The We insure your life and loan you have; if not, phone W. T. Entrican, fr* . .iiiitiViMMMMtMMtMIHMIMIMIMMMMMtU
money on real estate at 6 No. 636. 1-20-tf -
1.:" tt I f ,government' he_,says, is doing all it interest Guarantee Life & Loan per cent.Co.,
:& ',can under presenblawLto aid* industry Curry Building, Tampa, Fla. OPEN ALL NIGHT t HIItllMi tliU I i iilMI I i i 1111 >flni i MIJI
3-25-d&wtf The City Drug Store is at your service :
both day and night Prompt ,
:GERMAN:CRUISER STOPS.. SWEDISH WOOD'FOR SALE dependable, courteous. tf ,. l
'STEAMER For the month, of August I will
sell, at my farm, pine at 85 cents per NANCY HALL and Porto Rico sweet .
London, Aug. 17<-The Exchange strand, and oak '
$1.00; also somesaw potato slips at $1.75 per 1,000.
;Telegraph' company's Paris corre- logs cheap. A. S. Hodges, R.1, Quick delivery Cash. Apopka Plant
spefideat says he learns_from an official Orlando. 7-30-lm Co., Ap pka, Fla. 5-24-tf Were
to -
: source at ,Stockholm that thSwedish Don't wait for every one In town to They
steamer.Hansa was stopped have Entrican, the painter, before ALL WHITE bicycle riders and owners
;ti by a.German cruiser not far from the yon try, Am too busy,to look you between 18 and 40 years are -
up. Phone 636, and I will be requested to meet at the Armory
Stockholm:uekiptkgQ.. on the Tuesday night, Aug. 18, to
't'\' -', Job. organize
1-20-tf I j
... a bicycle club. '8-15-3t- be Married Soon i

.t LOW Ij'

Came to us to see what it would cost them to furnish a modern home.of

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

z. .. .. Excursion i n Rate t :: yet home the made amounf expensive of money peices which prohibitive.they had available for the furnishing. of their

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

... From Orlando :: We offered a few suggestions: and gave them some new ideas. They were

BUYERS.TO SHARE IN PROFITS II much pleased with what they had seen and took memorandums of what they

;, ,LOWER PRICES ON FORD CARSEffective $ 38.70 . Cl* tuaa, I. thought they should want. '
After looking around in other stores to make sure that they were doingthe
: 'y .frwa.August 1,1914, to August 49.28. Cbkaf9H. best possible with their appropriation they came back and placed their order

t' 1,1915 art guaranteed.against any'redoc- C4.30 Belver, Oct with us.This.

'ties JwriBg that time: '! 37.85. Evasdle,( is a typical example of hundreds of homemakers whom we are

r I. 'Touring' Car _.00. 9l 37.9A UV . IiVMafflilv lofllcvtHft, Bji ITv. pleasing.We

Runabout 505.00 21.15 Marietta, fe carry an extensive stock of serviceable, attractive homefurnishings
grading.from the.lowest priced which are good, to the best. Your
very appro-
a: '46.70 ,. New York N. Y. =
'- F.. .B. Ori AO can fdi eq ppe4. ,
priation for furnishing your home may be anything from 175 toioooor more
1'udIerwi,wffl W &Ut to*Maia ... mxiBUi cffidocyt PUaielpMa.Pa. -you can make the most ot it with us.
.,MT factwy D re ctW.. and tM alaiaa. cat lataA ..sryards
.': *g Mk deputaoito if,vt neck u ratpit *tHMH.can 43.45 '. SL.lHII, X1 0.
Wivtca.tfct elm Ltea.ddib.ekn -
b 95.. Sat FraBdsc CaL
mck tk.. 'n dIoD.,..'mncto par M .
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tb.-hvea'ahr.115 $4.$11 per'taf, l 'tr
- ::; .AII.Hel.U-to ear retail beer,,whu.puxiuet a BCWF.r4 Atlantic Coast Line :
t; car.Wweea.'A; at 1.,1M4 sad Assort U 1)1S. : Kincaid & Snowden H
For teller farticalan retinas thus bw pales.tad prlu *. Ij
!J :alarbt ptoa.. .an tHHiAi B ndaVav.01.Hv 99vfll

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r : '....... 2M : vation call on any A. C. erFilm. -' ,1 Qwaefer*: Popelar.Prices
p : Ticket Agent, orJ. I; .
y 'yQ S GorVlfeiri: .and Pine St&.. Qrlandp Florida

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; , ; EQUIPPED AND DELIVERED $1,285 ,, 50c meal in town. ,
: f'",<,'. c...eMe-d SpedfieatioBs '-.

:' :;. :Wheel'base, 112 inches; motor,,3 l-'ZxS; four cylinders, cast Rooms with bath $1.00. :\'
; ea bloc;" unit power plant;. cone clutch, selective transmission; :. .'
.r 3 f: axles-front, I-beam;rear:; semi-floating.; single,drop frame; 12- ; 0 Special rates for room and board by the,.>" :
,. .,, 0:: iBch' brakes; internal and external; springs-rear, three-quarter .;
'f- : effiptic; front, semi-elliptic, uriderslung; Honey carburetor; 15 ,week -
L ''- gallon gasoline tank, .carried at rear, pressure feed.; German silver ..
: ,V-sfcaped radiator; nickel trimmings., Standard equipment: .
.' 11 inch:'electric headlights, parabolic reflectors, bullet type side 1
tail lamp,'electric horn pump, jack,,tools'and tire repair outfit .

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China, to abstain from seizure of territory The
U.SWANTS}] tllPART themselves and to influence ready for
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other governments, as far as possi erection of
r : ble, to the same end. house in
: tion was

}','" ----, -, Two car loads of.machinery for the the old
*. ,NOT- TO BE gas plant at St. Petersburg have arrived -
DRAwN INTO CONFLICT ,and is being set up as fast as ms -
5 possible. The, pipe is being broughtby
; I 1(1 i( :BY:JAPAN' water and the schooner will reach

--- the'Sunshine City next ,week. Aleck
'J Japa' Ulti atHi Is Declared clerk a
/ a: Matter,:SeWy:BetweeiIffcat BEAUTIFUL HAIR-A, GLEAN and, me- '

.Ce tryGeraaay' iMI COOL-SCALP it," he I

,. ir Use Parisian Sage. It makes the I
i.iJ Hair Fluffy and. Abundant The :
It.is,needless for you to have hair and
Wukiogtoa" ,_Aug.. ',=!Japan's dtimataB that,anything shortof perfect its doors
| to. tfce B erlm;:governmenttauadiw it is falling out, losing color, splittingor term.. We
'ttt.'Germany 'withdraw if the scalp burns and itches-im
mediatrdfget from Pharmacy present on

from, K Q-OMW ite
/stronghold in '
,or any.drug store a 50c. bottleof ings are
China, ,Ivenha&wed. in,'Washington Parisian Sage-use' frequently and : k
today'all..other developments.growing the'fiirst application removes dandruff fortable as

W. '!of' .:the..+ ,war-. in Europe.. .. Officials,, invigorates the scalp; and beautifiesthe tion
," hair until it is gloriously radiant.
ietora the, detenaiaation of the Parisian Sage supplies hair needsis had by
'United,',|Utw;not tga I*i,drawn .into 'perfectly. harmless. It contains Eatonville,
the, ,:":conyo wtay,'t'irbieh'. ia. 'regarded the:enact- elements required to moke
here &a in, iswe. _ strictly.beti en. Japan the hair ,soft, wavy, thick and to
make it
and beantifuLYou
.and:GenBu- .y:.. -. j jJaptn'f will grow surely glossy like Parisian Sage.It .
.. sadden move, bringing her is one of the best and most delightful -
;into,the'swage'of;.the'European ,con-, hair tonics known. Tit[ [

rlSOt,4ot; .oe! e asa complete surprfeberi ,
Her'aesurancea of the in- To be'convinced of the, producing
tuition to 'iralitiiitClainai's i : integrity power of-Sentinel want ads.try one.

l>y reatoUng;Kiaa-Chau.:are_ regarded I
*a to American ofCiala.Japon'k .
. '; -' 'the;withdrawal of ne Cathedral School
:German r iwarriupa.from.Oriental.:water :
ands?tbe:abaadeamest of Kiau- OJU.NDO.PLOKIDA..

>e-4alf tor,part in.the alliancewith ,
(r.naerIJ. u PclLOark,Sehwl) ;
: ;Great Britain, and was made on
the,;proposal:of the.. ,English.,:goat verne' lEftPENS sanER 7 ; and

; ftceerdog to authoritative A Beufinr u4 Day School for Girt -
'_so>,ua. jhere.' .."How,, it,.also is Kcnlar latemeAate uA uA Special AeMcnie.CoBnc -. Grades Prlmtry.- ; I
, ,designed te':bring:to.an'.ead German lIu1e-Art-BIeeatio.-Pbale*] Cidtut
. ',1'Dle'in'a'territory which, Japan'contends -o..e.tIc Sdac.-AilalnW. 8UtM. |
tad SirrraadbsB-diauto Healthful ]
threatens China's! integrity and Careful HOBO Life Capable Teackcn .
, 'pence in the,Far,E* t. ..The German Low Kate tin
:stronghold lies Korea BCT. Roderick P. Cobb Bbhop Maaa.
-- direcUyopposite' Rector. President X,1 '
,: ,''where Japan,is ,developing. colonies ,. ;
', ,inaaOes ,the. sea' :from: the.I
; 'southern Japanese islands. I
Since the'.German'.feet sailed,'0 into ,.

Kiaa-Chwi. harbor,';sixteen-,.. years .ago, .
and"daiied ,the territory;:as mdem-

( nityforallegedattacte; : on:'German r
:missionaries, ',Japan's avowed\'I intention
Mabee n to'restore it'to her Oriental
0 $
neighbor.: .I THE
; 'Gef' say,FeBewed 'OihersGermany's "
'. acquiation of Kiau-
i Chau, followed closely ,upon acquisitions7 Of;.Cleanliness t
.of areas'of interest.and spheres
':of influence in ChiDa'by other. .foreign
powers. Until 1895, no foreign pow-

H>-aide!from 'the Portuguese and FISH AND GAME
"English, ;!shad been allowed to hold
:possesiona i 'on or\ near the .coast of Heft vfcr tfce beet swritary ... ,
:Chine :Japan acquired Formosa by Everythiag acreeaed away fre. tier i

. treaty in'that year;.Russia secured a iii'.... : J
.conesioffor the Manchuria railway, .
' We iavHe in, ". and Frame obtained a rectification of
everytbej iw tile Meat :UM.
the frontier of,Tongking. Germany's
:seizure of Kiau-Chau followed in November
'I 1897, and in March the port, The PARLOR I
with''adjacent territory, was leased :
t by,,China:;Germany for ninety-nine H M. Self & I

'years. The district' .,was' declared aprotectorate :
of,the.German empire on PINE
:Apln$7188.: I n
;:. Aa"i result-of negotiations by John Phone Mo. 80:
'Hay,the American secretary of state,'

:Great::Britain i 'Germany+ France, Italy ,....
,':Russia and\Japan, early in 1900,

::.acquiesced.in guaranteeing the Rtreaty. '
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rights of the'United States, and thus; JOHN 'B. STETSON "
throfigh the most favored 'nation "
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;1_::? :, ::} { FOR ',NEAREST-PORT GERMAN Ps

ii The :Place To :Place Money French and Japanese Cruisers

; Will..Follow and Sea ,BattleIs

Very Likely to

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'i".' I :e :,YOU. .'WISH. TO" START A" SAVINGS San Francisco, CaL, Aug. 18.-Ship

.y .ACCOUNT, TAKE OUT: A CERTIFI' ping interests here are eager to learn i , Safe Dst
; whether the German cruiser Liepzig ))(
I :: ,CATE .OF DEPOSIT, OR OPEN'A which steamed out of the harbor today

.' CKQiG.ACCQUNT--- after taking on coal and' supplies,
will 'resume its patrol of the coast

i This ,strong baRk is I behind any form looking for marine prizes or will pro- ; :: ,For your Valuable Papers, Jewelry -

of deposit yon make. Its. strong financial ceed to its nearest flag port, Apia, ,
Samoa, whither its companion in ,: .
: ; ; foM&tkm, experienced .officers Silver etc.
: these waters, the cruiser Nurnberg, ,
and its .8.Y&tem.of. safeguards, makes the is believed to be heading.

1 During its twenty-four hours' stay :; $).00 PER
' : ; :' AND UP
here the
Leipzig to
STATE. BANK OF ORLANDO ,,-;. was permitted .
.4 fit .': take on only 575 tons of coal, merely .'= .. .
enough to take the vessel to Apia. ; .
,t- ., E'" the.>:"pb'ce" . to place your money." ./ Under the neutrality laws American .::. ; You cannot afford to have such : f
;:', ; '
'i'; -. ports are now closed to the cruiser : .
t.'F (., :" ,* '. .: valuables at borne when $1.00 will
4 -- for three months and shipping men ::

r't are inclined to believe the Leipzigwill ; -.: safeguard them for a year.
; \ , not 'risk, by remaining off this : } ,
,. ; port, the depletion of its coal supply. : :.:
; Merchantmen of the belligerent nations < ::

. including twenty-five British :
p fi
., bottoms, are tied up here and their
-: J" sailing depends upon the German
cruisers these
: quitting waters. _
The collector of the port, interpreting i

.the neutrality laws today, said no c .:. ., -<.'p, ... . .. '. ;.. '. ..... ...,.. ...... .., .'.,. .. i
nr .:' ... .. .. .. .. ...;.. . ". ..... .. .. ..
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prizes of war could be brought into : .....;,.::.,:}. .:.-"... .. .. ......'... ,.... ...: ..."..."... ...... .. .,,. .. ..",.:.:..... .,......... .;>.......... ..... ...'J.' .. ..
San Francisco. This : :
ruling was "
received "
% ?
with much satisfaction by, :11 1 : ,.,' \ ; :

steamship operators.The ::'_- "_"!." .: .!.'..... .,.. 'r,' :. .. :" '..,, ...".;' ..'..'"..><..".*. .. D...'.t. ..,.... ,,, J. .:... O. 3; .
RANDXOI Japanese cruiser Idzumo, ; : :. :..:., :: ;.::: ,...r..: '. . '. '. ,. .: .. :,.:.. .. : '. ,.,;":.".:'.:..'.:.:':'.'.>:. ..
; which left San Diego late yesterday, :; .....:' ; .. .. . : ;

I is steaming intention up the of coast, following with the the reported \\-f-i} ,t;: j, 1! t'tJfj'{" ii'f.:;;' ;:,,:;}; ;{ ;-;: : > -< :::i:' >i ._,:: ;,0:LJ///_::. '

: .; 0 -' : Leipzig wherever it goes. "
: The French, cruiser Montcalm, a
more formidable craft than the German ALABAMA WOMAN SAW BATTLE!
I Women the Battlefields
> I of
"'. cruiser, is believed to be standing on IN THE AIR IN BELGIUM
The. 'last for the of
: day :appearance off port. 1
New York, Aug. 18.-Mrs. :M. E.l
EuropeSpecial Harris West, of Montgomery, Alaa
; AUSTRIANS LOSS WAS passenger on the Nieuw Amsterdam,
} which arrived
from Rotterdam last
: :can't: afford to let ,this opportunity ( dispatch to the International ladder to the fort, which stood on a night, told of having witnessed a fightin

. pass;by; If"you:have not hear her, ask 15,000INVASION News Service.) cliff.The the air near Elten Belgium. The
Budapest, Hungary, Aug. 17.-Women women heated tar in pitchers, I
: party of which Mrs. West was a
: T 'those who .nave'.and be convinced that
will be seen on the battlefieldsof and poured the boiling stuff down on member left Berlin two days after
< :,
>she is:worth-while.. OF SERVIAN TER- Europe, if the fighting between the Turks, also peltjng them with the the war was declared, proceeding into

{ RITORY PROVED DISASTROUS Austria-Hungary and Servia and Russia stones and jabbing them with the Belgium on a troop train. Her story|

r With.us again-THE BIG FOUR DEFEAT becomes general. Since the men pitchforks. Dobo Katica climbed half of the fight follows: -
of Hungary have been called to the I way down the ladder, and took the i "On reaching Elten on the frontier]

war, the women of that kingdom not 1 red flag from the leader of the Turks.In I we were startled at the sound of firing.

.:<: MISS. RAFFLES. Superior Force Was Completely only are protecting the homes, but every war in which Hungaryhas Our attention was attracted
Routed and Driven Back many of them have'followed the men been engaged, the women of the aloft where we saw several aero- |

y ., A
i 'fed artists Dorothy: Kelly and James gation has received this telegram The women of Hungary are brave men. In this country, the women of "The soldiers told us that several!
;: River. and fearless. They say that if necessary every class, high and low, rich and of the aeroplanes were French and
E, ':: .M9rrisbn. They can't be' beat. they will fight again, just as poor, are 'treated with respect and that their pilots probably were on a
they did in the revolution of 1840 equality. :Men consult their wives
London, Aug. 18.-The Servian le- on reconnoitering expedition. Several
: "DEA.TH'S from the Servian premier. when they went to the front as officers business deals. Husband and wife German aeroplanes also were in the

WITNESS "The Austrians were completely and soldiers, and stood shoulderto are equal partners in their posses air and shots were exchanged between !

l >t . routed in the mountains near Sabac shoulder with their husbands, fathers sions. them and the Frenchmen."The .
,, ,A .Biograph drama. Another one reel and fifteen thousand annihilated. and brothers. Because of this practice, the women train halted so suddenly that]
One of the favorite stories which feel as much patriotism as the men.
feature."MOTHER, .. Fourteen guns were captured. we were jammed against each other ]
"The Austrians are fleeing in great Hungarian women tell again and The Hungarian women perhaps are The soldiers hastily disembarked and

f o disorder to Teeross. the rivers Save again to their children, is that of the more loyal to their country than the .1 trained their guns in the direction of j

AND WIFE and Drina, hotly pursued by our capture of Fort Egri and how Dobo women of any other nation, because i the Frenchmen. One of the French
'- troops." Katica, the wife of the chief, whose they feel an equality with the men. :machines was seen to wobble and fall

An Edison,dral la. One you should see. territory was being besieged by the That is why they fight. precipitately to the ground. Whetherit

It'.lias EFFECT OF EUROPEAN, WAR Turks, led the women against the in It is not only possible, but highly was caused by the German gun fire
sa ipurpuse."Broncho
.' WHAT PEOPLE MAKE IT vaders. probable, that if the Hungarian soldiers -'we were not able to learn"

-' .. She rode out into the center of the are drawn into the present war :Mrs. West said it took her party

(Continued from page 1) town, and called the women together, to fight for Austria, their women will three days to reach Rotterdam.IT .
Billy's Purpose, asking them in the name of their be found on the battlefield, fighting
the fine poise of undisturbed judg- country to arm themselves and follow with their husbands and brothers. PAYSTo
,AnEssanay. Mr. G. M.Anderson. Nuff sed. ment, the dignity of ,self control, the
her. They all disappeared on the in- Hungary is one of the nations of read and use Sentinel "want ads."
efficiency of dispassionate action; a start, and.Dobo Katica was afraid fora Europe where there is no movementfor You get full value for

;: < ,IlL TIAT CANNel IE EtfJAlE ANY MEREORCHESTRA nation that "neither sits in judgmentupon while they were not brave or patriotic equal suffrage. The women have Cost only a penny a word your each money.inser

others .nor is disturbed in her enough, to fight. But soon they so long been used to absolute equalityin tion.

own counsels, and which keeps her returned, armed with pitchforks,dubs I the home, in business and in indus
: self fit and free to do what.is honest
followed her where trial that they
and stones, and to affairs, apparently LOST An open-faced gold watch,
and disinterested and truly service- the Turks were climbing up a rope I i I have had no time to want the ballot. with'ribbon fob. Return to this
able for the peace of the world. office and receive reward. 8-19-tf

The.best show ,in the city, in the best "Shall we not resolve to put upon

ourselves the restraint which 'will War Insurance Plan For American Boats LOST-Bunch of keys, probably one
? Theatre in the State.:5c
bring to our people the happiness and I dozen including postoffice key.
Finder leave at Sentinel office.
the great and lasting influence forpeace Pushed President Before 8-18-3t
--.r" By
'. we covet for them?" I
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:- 10c Rubber Stamps made to order at
BASEBALL RESULTS Washington, Aug. 18.-President the senate commerce committee, and Warman's Repair Shop. 12-5-tf.'

Wilson is convinced that present pro they agreed that the bill passed yes -

National League visions for relief of American ship terday to bring foreign built ships Eat what you want.

ping during the European war will under American registry and other Eat all you want.
Pittsburg 3, New York 1.
Take and it.
postscript forget
"' unless plans of the administration to build a
prove inadequate
Chicago 8, Brooklyn 6. For sale by all druggists.
r by a government war insurance up the American merchant marine l-7-d&w-lyr
Cincinnati 3, Boston 1. I'
plan. Today he took steps to secure might fail unless protection were afforded -
.. St. Louis 6, Philadelphia 2.:
'; ,( American League early passage of such a plan through by a war insurance law. All WANTED-Ford 1913 or 1914 tour-
congress. other senate and house leaders also ing car; must be cheap. AddressS.
New York,3, Cleveland 4. j S. Finen, 117 Laurel ave., Sanford,
conferred with Senator favor such and the workof
The president a measure
r Correct Styles of Stationery Philadelphia 2-2, Detroit 3.1. : Washington 8, St. Louis 2..
PIGS FOR SALE-W. Juergensen,
' Boston-Chicago; rain. Route 1, Orlando, Fla. &19.1t
Do not coat than :
any more the
haphazard- Federal League
Jacksonville Men Make Protest and
'sort, but they add not a .little to the char Chicago 4, Baltimore 5. .. Eat what you want.

mote, of.. your private: public .correspondenoe. Indianapolis 4, Pittsburg 3.. 'Charge' Food 'Price ConspiracyWashington Eat all you want.
Take a postscript and forget it.
; .important part of our business is Kansas City 4-5, Brooklyn 1-0. For sale by all druggists.

to furnish_ the ,most exacting customer with ,StLouis 1, Buffalo & 17dw.lyr
,. Angrr,- .18.-A. petition been holding meetings in Jacksonvilleto
justthe: special style ;shape. and finish of League
control of food
Jacksonville plan, prices.
paper andenvelopesdesired.. Nashville 6, Memphis 3. from railroademployes: at If you want your bicycle fixed in

Atlanta 4, Chattanooga. ,Florida,-was:,received today:'by "We;believe,1'the petition reads, a hurry take it to Warman's Repair
: We also' have, all the that, the, present ,prices have beencreated'bymea
leading 12-5-tf.
shapes Birmingham 7, New Orleans 0. Attorney;: Geeeral McEeynolds ex Shop.
i. # ( who have no regard
of pens .and all grades of lead pencils .also 'Mobile 3,.Montgomery p., ; ,' .
pressing. ;ti :belief'that, both,. ;wbee-- fir,hamaaity in their rush to satisfy
1t 'both: black .and white Ink' and all the, colors South Atlantic Leagued -' " 'foods-- NICE, clean, newly furnished rooms,
Balers and reteflers of,., isbs& sue-- Northern cooking. Table board $5
between..- Savannah 4 ' -- '.'-- : .. ",
: Augusta 0 : : r
; theMagiwlia
: : and $6 week. Don't forget
,. ::, _. per
Charleston 2, Columbia 0-: 401 Boone street. Mrs.
c ..W. S. BRANCH, Columbus 1, Macon 0..- ,Abeattfeeoaly: i eiio .,. 'Be $1 d.:io'your,enemies. One en-' :Marie Lewis, ,Proprietor. 8-18-1-w

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