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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.
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Publication Date: August 20, 1914
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Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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: ;WAR IS CERTAIN fIWffN JAPAN AND GERMANY( AND r POPE PIUS X DIED SHORTLY y Afft .





::' THE J JAPANESE f AMBASSADOR A REPORTED LEAVING BERLIN TWO O'CLOCKTHIS_ MORNING



,,; RALLIED SHORTLY BEFORE MIDNIGHT AND IT WAS BE-

E 'I LIEVED THE CRISIS HAD BEEN PASSED, BUT THE
r CONFLICTING ,REPORTS COME FROM BATTLE RAGING GERMANY[ HAS lOST 200 E EBIG MPEROR WILLIAM IN PONTIFF GRADUALLY SANK UNTIL

WITHIN TWENTY MILES OF BRUSSELS, ONE DISPATCH -
THE END CAME
CLAIMING GERMANS ARE BEING SHIPS COMMAND

, PUSHED BACK AND OTHER THAT THE Rome, Aug." 20, 2:20 A. M.-(Special.)-The pope died here

BELGIANS ARE' RETREATING CAPTURED BY ENGLAND, OF THE BIG GERMAN FORCE hortly after 2 o'clock this morning of bronchial pneumonia

FRANCE AND RUSSIA INVADING BELGIUM AND brought on by grief over the European war. For many hours before -

Battle Lasted all Day Yesterday in SINCE WAR BEGAN ORDERS BATTLE death came he had been kept alive with oxygen.

For a brief interval last night, after having been in a state of

Vicinity Belgian Capital Captured Ships Are Valued at Big Battle .Is Believed to Be in coma "since noon, he regained consciousness and appeared to be

: Three Hundred Million and Progress but Little News of stronger and the Vatican announced the belief that the crisis had

"4-* MH H MMMMiM MMHMMM Ares Have Total'Tonnage of Definite Nature Knownto been passed safely. Soon, however, he lapsed once more into un
Junction and
Bdgka aad:Preach Forces Have Accomplished
s Million Tons the World consciousness and rapidly grew weaker until the end came.
'Ia Coatact With, ,German Outposts for Many Miles-Ger- -

.,_ man Governor Appointed for City of Liege-British London, Aug. 19.-The Daily Ex London, Aug. 19.-The court announcement MEXICAN CURRENCY I IS I Giuseppe Melchiorre Sarto, known :
and German. Cruisers Exchange Shots Near press estimates that the number of in a telegram from Brussels I to the world as Pope Pius X., was
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.' '.' .y L large German vessels captured at sea dated last night of fierce fight- elected to the pontificate on August
J. -. ., ,.Jaaaiea-Bombardment' German Port by the British, French and Russian ing between Belgian and German REPUDIATED[ 4, 1903.
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c_ ;'; v in China Is Expected warships totals 200, with a tonnageof troops along an extended front is He was born June 2,1835, at Riese,

: one million tons and a value of generally accepted in London today in the Venetian provinces, the first
' $300,000,000. as indicating the real beginning of $10,000,000 ISSUED BY child of Gian-Battista Sarto
CAR ,
i Brussels, ,Aug. 119.-(Special)-A battle has raged all daylong a post-
the first great battle in the man, and his
The war. wife
there still Margherita, Giu.seppe's
paper says are re BAJAL IS DECLARED OF
battle line of about seventy miles front, extending between -
on a
The
maining at sea about 500 German German attack is reported NO VALUE early career was influenced by
: t', Diest and Tirlemont.;. ships liable to capture at any moment made on the direct orders of Emperor the village priest who took a liking
The.Belgian] advance lines have been driven back on the main These have a total tonnage of William. The exact extent of the line to the boy, taught him to read and

.....force'of:Belgian troops near Louvain, and the Germans occupy i '2,700,000 tons and a value of $700- of fighting has not been revealed, but Carranza's Cabinet Is Appointedand write and drummed into the youthful
both.Diest and Tirlemont., The.Belgians withdrew in good order 000,000. They include 155 Hamburg- presumably it stretches north and Federal Troops Are Being head the rudiments of Latin. At the
American vessels, 120 North German south. Its definite location is virtually Rapidly Mustered age of eleven years he entered the
'Xra 5' "the. ,second, ,line"of their,entrenched position. Lloyd, sixty-five Hansa, forty-five guesswork. seminary at Castelfranco. From Cas-
Out of Service
w. Casualties were very heavy on both sides. German-Australian, forty-five Ham Refugees from Diest, Tirlemont and t telfranco he passed in 1850 to the

:{ if While, one Belgian squadron' was dismounted and fighting as burg-South American, forty-five Ger other towns in that section of Belgium seminary at Padua, and in 1858, at
infantry' behind earthworks, a party of German cavalry got behind man-Levant, thirty GermanAmerican who fled as the Germans approached Mexico City, Aug. 19.-A decree ito s the age of 25, was ordained priest
4 -and'shot" Petroleum, and thirty-five Woer- are coming into Brussels in! be issued tomorrow by the governor and took up his studies at Tombolo.
:them most of their horses.
numbers. declare thai of the federal district His
mann. great They repudiating eloquence led to his being called
?- The','Germans wrecked' the railroad station at Diest and bombarded since the inhabitants vacated Tirle II government notes of the issue of July at the age of 40 to Treyiso as chancellor -

:, ( 'the',town. BIG RIFLE MEET IN JACKSON- mont German shells have been drop- 25 last. This issue was made duringthe of the diocese, and shortly after
; VILLE ping in the town and that subsequently regime of Provisional President he was appointed professor of theol

FRENCH AND,BELGIAN. FORCES' .DRIVING. BACK GERMAN. the Belgians broke the, German Carbajal on authorization of the $60- ogy in the seminary. Nine years of {
_.1 L1W ,*, W s bayonet bonds made by the Huerta adminis- 1884, by his assuming the mitre
s' partment today announced these dates as
,_V.Leidofl, ;Asg. 19.-( cia1.-A dispatch from Brussels to for beginning of the national divis tration. About $10,000,000 of this bishop of Mantua.

4 Beater's;Tetegram company says: "The advance of the Belgian.rind ional rifle competitions: McREYNOLDS NAMED FOR SUPREME paper is now in circulation.The Leo XHI. conferred upon Bishop

% ,French;forces, is,gradually pushing back the advance posts Competition "A," Brig. Gen. Bird JUSTICE repudiation is based upon the Sarto the title of "Roman Count,"

'of.the .German:army eevering'the region between Gembloux and W. Spencer in charge, at Sea Girt, decree issued by Venustiano Carran- and in the consistory of June, 1893, }
Belgians] N. J., September 3. Washington, Aug. 19.-Attorney za on April 26 refusing to recognizeacts created him cardinal, giving him the =.
Jodoigne. The and French have accomplished a closer
General James C. McReynolds of of Huerta.
Competition "B," Maj. Gen. J. Clif Roman church of San Bernardo from r
junction and are in Contact for miles with the advance lines nominated President -
., many ,ford R. Foster in charge, at Jacksonville Tennessee was by The new constitutionalist cabinetwas which to take his title. He was the
of' the German army iloux and Jodoigne are each about Fla., October 16. Wilson today to succeed the late announced last night as follows: candidate of 'Leo XIII. as his successor

twenty miles from'Brusjnd, fifteen miles apart." Competition "D," Brig. Gen. Chas.I. 'H. H. Lurton as a justice of the supreme Minister of, foreign affairs, YsidorFabela but he so little realized the future
4y- *w, '.. Martin in charge, at Fort Riley, court Thomas Watt Gregory ; minister of the interior, Eli- that when he left Venice, in
JAPANESE AMB ADOR LEAVES BERLIN Kas., October 5. of Texas was nominated for attorney zee Arredondo; minister of public instruction July, 1903, for the conclave in Rome,

|} Copenhagen!- Denmark, Aig. 20% 5 A. M.' -(Special.) -The Japanese Competition "E," Brig. Gen. Wm.E. general. of communications, Dr. Manuel ,Silvia Ygnacio; minister Bo- he In bought the a return ticket.
Finzer in charge, at Portland, Ore., THE WEATHER conclave the struggle was
xx. ambassador- is leaving. Berlin.' September 3. nillas; minister of finance, Fdicito for and against Cardinal Rampolla,
Villareal; minister of war, Eduardo Leo XIII.'s secretary of state, whose
The department has set no date for Florida: Local thunder showers
:'BMTISH, AND GERMAN CRUISERS EXCHANGE SHOTS OF F divisional "C." Thursday and Friday.HOSTAGES Hay. chances were lost when Cardinals
--t: "jl, KINGSTON Appointment of a minister of ju Puzyna pronounced the veto of Austria -

:i ;I, Kingston. Jamaica, Aug. 1 .-(Special.)-The British'cruiser tice ganization has been of deferred the courts., awaiting reor against him, which veto was supposed ;
Y me SERVN VICTORI Y, H [ Will BE[ SHm to represent the triple alliance.
..t'l1.Rnstol.. today:exchanged shots with the German cruiser Karls1 The mustering out of the federal Then, needing a "compromise" pope,

.h if :ruhe.,1 The Bristol, which was convoying a supply ship, hit the troops is proceeding rapidly. Four all eyes turned to Cardinal Sarto, who S

,'7h German... vessel .at least three times before the Germans could CONflRMm BY AUSTRIANS thousand were released today, each at first refused, but was afterwards
enlisted man receiving $10 and hi induced
. escape., .... to accept the high position,
J: J.t -.. fare home, while the officers received being elected almost unanimously on
b I IF MONTENEGRIN FORCES $20 and their fare.GERMAN August 4
; 'MILirSlY FORCE, OF 80,000 AUSTRIANS assuming the title of-
KAISER APPOINTS GOVERNOR LIEGE
DECISIVELY DEFEATED ATTACK THE FORTIFIED Pope Pius X., Bishop of Rome, and t
i;' 'Rotterdam. ,. Aug. '-Special.l. \-Prince Eitel Friedrich has AT SHABATS TOWN OF RAGUSA SPIES SHOT Vicar of Jesus Christ, Successor of '

taken up his residence in the Liege palace of justice as the per St. Peter, Prince of the Apostles;
Louvain, Belgium, via Paris, Aug.
sonal representative of the Kaiser. Lieutenant General Von Coleh'asbeea w King Nicholas, of Monlenegro, Supreme Pontiff of the Universal
f "" Austrians Suffered a Loss oft 19.-Three spies, a German and a Church, Patriarch of the West, Primate
1p'4.-.apMted..... .. new" ,military, -r "'governor; of Liege. Three Thousand Killed and Has a Brot er Held as Hostage Belgian man and woman, were tried of Italy; Archbishop and Metropolitan
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JAP. ; OF KIAU, CHAU APPEARS His Forces ing the Germans after the battle of Sovereign of the Temporal Dominionsof
r., ". :;"ii- *:-:.i. .- '..''IMBONENT' Wounded Diest of the prpspect which awaited the Holy Roman Church.

rPekinChAug.19.-Special.)4The( ::' ( German London, Aug. 19<-A dispatch to them at Haelin.
.:; "" '. governor of I London, Aug. 19.-An official communication GERMAN GUNBOAT DISARMED
Telegraph
the
.IUaii CMtha& auou*c ed. that tile Japanese bombardment of the received( from Paris declares Exchange Rome dated yesterday says companyfrom that WHAT WILL BE SPAIN'S ATTI.
'port'a jf 1S- _( fly-he expects the Mikado's TUDE?
war that confirmation is at hand of a message from Gettinje states thatthe London, Aug. 19.The Central
5 'ships to",ope. ke. ":'to .>,. tely" upon the expiration of their ultimatum. previous reports of a Servian victoryat I I Montenegrin army is within two News publishes a dispatch from Rome
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t Madrid, Spain, via Paris, Aug. 19.
., .; :i Shabats hours march of Ragusa, a fortified saying that the German gunboat Va-
over 80,000 Austrians.
"i' ::iJ seaport of Austria-Hungary in Dal- -King Alfonso, accompanied by Premier terland has been forced to disarm at
t Shabats is in Servia, 40 miles west miles Dato, has returned from San i
tFRiNCHjTODOPS northwest
RAPIDLY ADVANtlNG IN LORRAINE matia, thirty-eight Nanking, China. The Vaterland is
of Belgrade. Sebastian and will have importantconferences
Cattaro. 164 feet long.EMPEROR'S.
$>aiis;.* |t19.-(Speci .)-The French army has reached Austrians suffered a severe defeat i King Nicholas, the message adds, with the French: and English

': dornaege4orraine.: The troops progressed rapidly this afternoon with very heavy losses in men and 'has been notified by the Austrian authorIties ambassadors in regard to Spain BROTHER TO FRONT
', ;;traveling'beyond the river Seille in the central part of the munitions. According to advices from that if his army attacks, the attitude toward the European conflict
pmvinoeAt' Rome their casualties amounted to large number of prominent Servianand'Montenegrins -
the end of the march the troops arrived at Delme
3,000 men killed and 5,000 wounded held at Ragusa as London, Aug. 19.-According to advices ,
on one side of the river and at the other.t. .
Morhange on
....- -, hostages will be shot. Among the September magazines. Latest music I. from St. Petersburg Grand ;
-- TWO New titles in that 50c. library Duke Michael Alexandrovitch brother
AUSTRIAN BOATS TAKEN hostages is Count Ivo Vopiovic, a
\LCiItoms Revenues Have Fallen off brother of King Nicholas. books. Daily war news. Curtis & of Emperor Nicholas, has gone to
1 Y, Havre, France, via Paris, Aug. 19. O'Neal, next postoffice. the fighting line.
'-It is announced that the Austrian MINNESOTA TORNADO KILLS 4
Ne riy,Half Since the War Was
I : BegunI steamer Dinorah, laden with barley ONE DESTROYS MUCH
or .4L and wheat, was captured off Gue rnPROPERTY New Federal Reserve Board Considers

I**. Washkgteij sey, one of the channel islands, by
,Ang.,19.-SpeciaL-, and Senator Simmons were present '
-d The, presHeat;,irfll j deliver a special Mr. Underwood said that since the the French dispatch boat Pluton. Morris, Minn., Aug. 19.-One per- Various Methods to Aid Cotton Growers '
started Son was killed and several injured by
war receipts have fallen
1- message:to:coagtus. toexpeflite the nearly half and oft Oran, Algeria, via Paris, Aug. 19.- a tornado which did much property .
something must be
Passage, of. legion to cover the done immediately to make the The Austrian steamer Emilia, of 3,597 damage east of here Saturday night. Washington, Aug. 19.-Special.-( which the treasury department may

losses of'custeas'mefises resulting deficit, and suggested that a up special tons, bound for Trieste, was stopped The storm originated near Herman, The federal reserve board at a meet- ad! the cotton growers through the
t from' 'the by a gun from Fort St. Gregoire and and moved toward Hancock, banks.
MUUL
Ewojeia'var ,
it
z, .. ., vnA tax be levied. ing today gave preliminary consid-
learned'tonigM. : '- \ Senator Simmons declared the tax brought in here as a prize by a tug. razing small buildings and barns and eration to the of South. The members agreed to devote
4' ;Emergency. taaiiM-.J'::was themb- problem is delicate because of high The captain of the Emilia was unaware blowing down stacks of grain.M. predicament themselves to the study of the vari

:jettcif'. & .Bonse'"this'mormag'nsk: ,,,Which the -met with the Underwood committee from his wagon by the wind and high losses through inability to mar- the relief of the cotton men, and when '
C ; The good die young, but this doesapply' death ket the cotton but the board adjourned familiar with
president,,Scatter. y'TNa. ,this, afternoon,to consider a tax hurled to the ground, resulting crop more these various
J. cAdeo,':; - but,, 'nothing:was'given.oat; not to, the. ten year 'old.,hen instantly. :Many horses and cattle without,taking definite action measures to resume consideration of
(! ,,, c served :as,:spring d cke t. were of, number of plans by the at tomo
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,_ :FARMERS OF.NATION WILL.,CON.i The organized states,are: Arkansas The site for the packing house to iltitaiMMiMltltHitiilllHimMMMMM IIHIIIIHIII6OM
.:PU88ING'PROBLEMS, Alabama,. California, be built by the New Smyrna association -
,-. \\, 'c-- ___::, Florida, Georgia,'Idaho, Illinois, Kan- I.' of the Florida Citrus Exchangehas
"V 'Two ThooMnd- Dei ffc =to :Attend sas,'.Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, 'I. been purchased and the work will

ft'i ;;', Fort.. Worth,Cearentiea, Mississippi Jdissouri, Nebraska,North be started on the building in the near
',. r Carolina,,Oregon: Ohio, Oklahoma, future. The machinery has been ordered W. M. SLEMONS
r .;rortJV"- : rth,"*Tex./"Aug.;18. When' South Dakota, South Carolina, Ten-. and is'the latest and most up-
,J thg:bu ness farmers of thirty states nessee, Texas, Virginia, West Virginia to-date that can be purchased and
; assemble.r ia :Fort' Worth September Wisconsin, and Washington. when it' is installed and in operationthe
'1st for:the nnu .convention of the Warehousing and financing of cot- packing house will be one of the
?' Fanners' Educational and Co-opera. ton and other crops, the marketing of interesting sights for the Northern New Goods Arriving Daily
i: .-tive ,Union of America, it will be. a cotton, central selling agencies and tourists. The packing house will be
'7; "council of war" that' will have 'an rural credits will be among the chief finished by the beginning of the next
,of consideration in,the .
topics conven- fruit
season.
the
:: important:bearing on business in- : .
,J iterate of. .the United. States. tion's program.
.! ,Unprogramed issues will come up The Boy Scouts of Key West have r ....
w first STATE NEWS NOTES decided to hold their annual ,
for consideration;through necessity camp at
-
The financing of the farming Fort :Myers as they did last summer. We sell high grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co.:
and ranching interests of the nation (From the Gainesville Sun) They selected Fort :Myers after several -
made by Schloss Bn&, of Baltimore.
"King Quality" Shoes.Elliott's .
cities had invited them.
the that
through possible stringency
The corner stone has been laid for
the .European war may cause in the new church which the Methodistsof Boys' Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand. Table Linen and Towel i
America;will:.be the prime object of GERMANS SAFE IN JAPAN
the conference. ,Sanford are building and the cere- Pants and Overalls'made by Sweet, Orr Dry Goods from H. B. Claflin & Co. :tIi
monies were conducted by the Ma
f So far, no set program has been sons. number of historical articles' Tokio, Japan, Aug. 18. The for- Ca. Best place in the city to trade.
:, announced for the main body of ,the eign minister, Baron Takaaki Kato, t
a were placed under the stone by various
: convention,'but Charles S. Barrett, of in a speech today said that if diplo-
parties.,
Union City, Ga., 'who was in Fort ,matic relations between Japan and .
Worth a'few days,ago' arranging for Germany were broken. off German .
The phosphate mining at :
the approcahing convention, said the company subjects choosing to reside in Japan W. M. SLEMONS
.European war and its effect on Amer'ican -'Nichols will, either close down their would continue to receive protectionto
mines or reduce the wages and the their lives and ,
farming will be one of the most property so .longas '
mportant matters before the con- number of men employed. This will they obeyed the law. ORANGE AVENUE
be ta hard blow to the miners as they
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yention.
have lived up,close to their wages as MANY ABOARD UNITED STATES Y+ i M1 0 8Md6M4 ici no IBI n
,5' No.1ess.than 2,000: farmers will attend long as they have had work. t
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4 this convention. An exampleof
the interest in the approaching New York, Aug. 18. A thousandand -
The city council of St. Cloud have tllllllllll"III"III'lllllllalllllllllll.'IIIIIII"We
F meeting was seen at the recent state I decided to experiment with the sand. twenty-one passengers from Eu- '.t.I.I.III.II..IIIIIIIIIIi
convention of, the Farmers' .Educati rope reached New York today on the
nal and Co-operative Union 'of ,'oil get roads in and touch have with ordered manufacturersof the clerkto Danish-American liner United States Will Put the Reinsof I

T Texas in, Fort Worth, when county the machinery and procure the for- from Copenhagen, Christinia and THE[ NEW[ GRAND
with Christiansand. Among the steerage
another in
delegations vied one Success
Your
mula for mixing the sand and oil. in
assurances, to President Barrett of passengers were many Americans of
They are making the experiment to
the larger 'delegations they wouldibring means. The United States sighted no HOTEL
determine the cose per block. About
:to the national convention. war vessels. HandsHow
two blocks will be laid.
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President Barrett said this example
p, was'equalled brother states where Captain J. H. Howard, of the How- BREMEN LIES IN WAIT ? By furnishing witha
New York, 18. The : Absolutely First Class : you
he has traveled recently and his re- ard Transportation company, will ask Aug. Clyde
ports are encouraging from coast to the city council of Daytona Beach for Line steamer Seminole, flying the : perfect Fertilizer. Let our representative -
.coast and from the lakes to the guff, permission to build a dock parallelto American flag, arrived at New York : Rooms with bath, hot ; ; call He
c There, are twenty-six states that the city dock, but 60 feet away. today from San Domingo. Among, I and cold water. on you. will give you a
;have organized fanners' unions. Every The Howard line is arranging to use her passengers were a number of : Open round. formula that will make and
year mature
,one of these will have,an official the steel barge now being built in French and German reservists bound :
,delegation 'and an,additional delegation New Orleans on a line from Jackson- for Europe. The Seminole reported : Summer rates through your fruitThe
,'of visiting,farmers. ville to Daytona.The that the German cruiser Bremen was I August and September.
lying off Cape Haitien waiting to cap-' :
Official, delegations governed
are
ture the French line steamer Haiti, : ORLANDO, FLAG
; ,their school board
in size by'the'amount of dues of Putnam county '
paid by the various state unions into have decided to call a special electionfor which was at that port. : 7231mt.lllltlll.IIIIIIIIIIIII

;'Fthe national union's treasury. the issuance of $100,000 for school : Soutlierli 'Ferlifizer
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LATEST ILLNESS OF POPE PIUS 0.
Several states where there are no purposes. The money will be used
'organized state unions will have un- for building three new school build- CAUSES SERIOUS ALARM The proposals of the board of

:official representatives at the national ings and remodeling one. county commissioners as to the bridgeover ORLANDO Phones: Office 32, Plant 31 FLORIDA'"I'I'II"'II"I'II"I"'II"III'III'IIII'I"I'I"II
a convention,in the personS'of farmers I London, Aug. 18.-A dispatch to New river at Fort Lauderdale
,affiliated, with the national convention The European method of attracting the Daily Chronicle from Milan, Italy, has met the favor of the board of
w and no doubt"new charters: either American tourists is to create says that the pope is in a state of trade and that body may influence -
will be granted or promised at the some more battlefields for them to high fever and that his condition occasions the citizens to accept the commis Rubber Stamps made to order at "It pays to belong"-to the list of

f approaching national meet g. ,visit. serious. alarm. sioners' terms. Warman's Repair Shop. 12-5-tf. Sentinel want advertisers.I I
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.' ; THE MERE. ANNOUNCEMENT of this event should be sufficient to pack our store until all surplus lines are cleared away.

:' You know 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
goY
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

t newer style period., We are engaged in the forcing out process now. Any store can paper talk of quality and low prices. The
show both.
Yowell-Duckworth I .... Store can



R SALE OPENS WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 19

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AT NINE O'CLOCK, AND LASTS ONE WEEK ,

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MESSEUNES, 'full yd. wide, EXTRA EXTRA EXTRALadies'
a beautiful line of 'colors to Ladies Patent Gun Metal
choose 'from,' the regular S1.00 Beautiful fancy CREPES in Tan and White Buck Colonial
,kind ?.,.-.;. .. .. .. .,,. .....? 69c WOOL DRESS GOODS Values strtpesandplaidsand40mchup GOWNS made of Nainsook Pumps, $3.50 value .. .. .. .. 2.59
t to $1.00 Dolly Varden Voiles, 35 and Lace, trimmed, 75c value .
-i 50 cts. values
i1NI0N-MADE WORK PANTS, 25 cents 39 cents LAWNS, DIMITY, BASTITE,
OVERALLS, AND SHIRTS 19 cents TISSUES AND CREPES, beautiful .
line of patterns, value up
L r: 'Best Grade Work: Pants .. .. 93c EXTRA EXTRA EXTRA to 25

Best Grade Overalls .. .:. .. 93C SILKS in plain and fancy pat Ladies' HOSE in plain and CREPES in Floral designs, 35cMEN'S .HOLE-PROOF IOS.19c!
terns worth up to 50c fancy colors, the best 50c values, IERY, all colors, extra j ;;

tilde- .Sam Work Shirts ... .I.. 45e, 19 cents quality,25 15 cents Flaxons, in plain and fancy
cents white ecks, stripes and fig- { ]
ures, 35c. value ... .. .. .. ... 1/C
,CREAM SERGE for Wash '
Skirts,looks like wool, 30 inches
wide. ., 25c- quality 2/C EXT RA LACES! Big lot of Val and
Torchon, in edges and insertions
12 l-2c. and 15c. values. .. .. . 3C
,TOWEL'BARGAIN, Heavy
beamed buck, size 18x36, reg. LAWNS IN PLAIN WHITE and COLORS
r ... ..... 7.14C. RIBBONS plain and
idar 15 ce t.qua1ity- fancy, '
; Y India Linon, Pajama Checks, and a value up to 50c., your choice. 25c \

;DRESS GINGHAMS, in plain, good staple Gingham, l Oc. and 12 l-2c. 5c. -'
colors, checks, stripes and MEN'S TAN and GUN META
plaids, 10 cent quality... ... .. 7 J a C values, this sale AL OXFORDS, $4.00 values. .. 4.07 on

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UMBRELLAS for: Ladies and Men, 98c85c PERCALES, full yard wide, splendid SECOND FLOOR
$L50 'value' ..:...u....,........ designs, regular 12J c quality..... 81.2e .CLEARANCE SALE PRICES
LONSDALE and all the best brands LADIES'WAISTS, in Voiles and THIRD FLOOR
PARASOLS in white and fancy, of Bleaching, full yard wide, 12ftc \A\ 00 Crepes, $3.00 and $3.50 value. .... $1.98 1 Quartered Golden
Takes up.to $%.50................ .quality, 11 yards for.. """". V*.vV Price Oak Buffet, Regular -$53 50
: LADIES' KIMONAS, made of silko- $65.00, Sale Price..?. ,
CHILDREN'S SOX. plain and fancy, 15c BLEACHING, full yard wide, Regu $1.00 line, $1.00 vaule.,............... 48 C 1 Quartered Golden Oak Buffet, $35 1
23c valueCHILDREN'S........,................ Jar lOc quality, 12 yds. for... CHILDREN'S SCHOOL DRESSES, value, for .......................S25.98

SOX,;plain and fancy, lOc PAJAMA Regular 15c CHECK qualityEMBROIDERIES full....yard....,.wide...., 9c made of Gingham,$1.25,$L50 TakeCHILDREN'S 98c 2 value Quartered....Golden.......Oak.....Buffet......,.$27...$20.98' $
...... ... .
MUSLIN DRAWERS,
15c, quality """"
in Edges, Bands 19c 2 GOLDEN
OAK BUFFETS,
LADIES' HdSE, Black, Tan and 19c and Insertions, values up to lac for 5c embroidery trimmed,2o&,35c. value value ;.........."............$25... $,,19.98 jj
White; 25c value:................. One large lot LADIES' DRESSES at just oneLADIES' RAINCOATS, ruberized, $4.98 1 GOLDEN OAK BUFFET, $22.50Q1
half the Regular Price. Regular $7. 0 quality, ........... value ..................,.......fI b,98
MEN'S SUE SHIRTS CHILDREN'S RAIN CAPES, reg. 1 GOLDEN OAK BUFFET, $16.00
SECOND FLOOR ular $1.50 and and $2.00 quality.. $1.00 value ....................nL50 ....v11.49
$3.00 value .............,.......... '$1.98 LADIES' SILK WAISTS, in white \ $ GOLDEN OAK DINING
and pink, with Organdie collar.and... 98c One. lot of Ladies' Trimmed Hats..., t2;.25 CHAIRS ...". ...... ........... 119
$3.50 value;.,.:...............,...... $2.15 cuffs, great value at $1.50, at. .... .worth up to $15, your choice. $2.00 GOLDEN; OAK; DINING

CHAIRS ...................... 1.49
$4.00 valueLADIES' ...........:..,, $2.98 GROCERY DEPARTMENT $3.00 GOLDEN OAK DINING
CHAIRS ...,................... $2.00
HAND BAGS in plain 25c Flour has in price,but having Snow Drift LARD, 10 Ib. pail,for... $1.20
gone we
up pur Closing out our Rugs to make room for our
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White, $LOO value'I ... chased a large supply before the advance enables large Fall and Winter Stock.
'I'k Snow Drift LARD, 4 Ib. pail, for.... 48e 9il2 AXMINISTER, value
to ak. <
us m much under the t
BATH TOWELS, the Everlasting 29c Sale .....................$25.50'$17 I .99
kind, large. size, 40c quality..... Value. I 1 Pound can Royal Baking Powder.. 3uC
Serr-Us Brand Flour, Fancy Patent: 3x12 VELVETS, value $2.00, Sale.. e14.49
INDIAN LINEN, 32 inches wide, Cindrella Brand PEAS, extra fancy,
sheer ...rcerizeUuish, 15e quality lOc 98 pound Sacks_. $340 20c value .............:.*........ 13c 9x12 9 WIRE TAPESTERY, $18.00,
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BEDSPREADS. size, Marseil Or per dozen $1.549X; '
large $1.19 48 pound Sacks.....................$1.7S TAPESTERY, value $14.00,
lea pattern, $L50 quality........ Cindrella Brand TOMATOES, 2 lb. Sale $9.98
-. 24 pound Sacks..............-..... 90c size, strictly high grade. Special 87c ,
CHIFFON TAFFETA SILK yard per dozen. Rugs of all sizes sincluded in this Sale.
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wide ad,$splendid L75 qwlity line.of....colors.....,:.$:L50:.. $1.19. 12 pound Sacks.................... 4Sc Mont Rose Fancy Maine CORN..$148 All Draperies sold during this Sale will be
Special per dozen...............J!j made Free of Charge.






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-4 .. :THE ASSASSINATION OF MONARCHS sinated at Geneva. His eldest brother the German newspapers were forbid-I Htjll"J ', " " " "
HUlf ', .. _.. Archduke John I H "HIM
DAILY'Seidel -- was lost" at sea. den at the time to publish the story. .' iiiimmmrimMtfKOUIttPHf .

;:SI' -,A;- .... ..... :Uneasy'lies the head ,that wears a His nephew, Archduke Francis Ferdi- So far as known no attempt, has
; :WMUM AND. WEEKLY crown, is true at any time;but in war nand, was assassinated. ever been made to assasinate King

tp,i011ii"1D. ", ....i... Ontr. .it ,is especially so. Since war was That the emperor himself shouldhave' George V. of England, and no attacks
t: _. ', -. ;declared by France, Russia, Germany eluded death 'seems ,nothing were ever reported on King EdwardVII.
t. ( fcfand at 01.'Daetetia. at Orlando Fto.faa. England and Austria-Hungary, the short of',miraculous. On many occasions ", or his mother, Queen Victoria.
: .'1, taood OM .Man Matter.,
he has been in
imminent
peril .
.1(: rulers of, these nations have been - ,
ct.,,: of his life and once was stabbed ,
s guarded on SIDELIGHTS
BOBBCMPTION( EATB8Q night and day with double

; "' .'1 T ar ....!.......................UN vigilance., It would surprise the the ramparts of Vienna by a Hunga-
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'Dflfc, S _till ..:::.................. world not at all to hear of the asas- rian.The (By W. S. Branch)
.1: :\Da*.':1 ,Month ... ............. ...... L25M ablation at this time of one or another ruler of Italy, Austria's neigh- That "Florida Dollar"
4: of the crowned heads. Though in bor, has fared little better. King scheme to iHAPPY \
r. '.a.e kly., 1'.Tear ....................... LMTO Humbert, after escaping the knife raise money for a Florida buildingand 17
itw. Ii. C enthl ........,......u.!.. 1na all probability such an act would have .
r little or no effect.on the general war, and the pistol many times, was finally exhibit at the Panama expositionis

: "1 a ADVBTIBH8)tk i I there are fanatics in every nation shot to death in 1900. As crown a very good one and we predict

i who might think that to kill the ruler prince, Victor Emanuel had only just that it will succeed. Nearly every
'f' f 'CIIr.tu .Mw .ad .n tan iu4 tdfegt !of .the enemy would demoralize hisarmies. escaped from assassins, while on his cne has state pride enough to cause
r .eet k kaafct t*'at tile b..i..Mat I the
to Vienna to attend funeralof
'f .. tfa 8trtfa..l Mt later thai i p. B. i :, way him to separate himself from a dollar -
'j .': *' ., .....* fihBeatiML This nit sppBcsi it baa Of late years the courts of Europe the assassinated Empress Eliza to help along the enterprise, but
cwtnct arertUt i
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: 4rieliile: viA bt strictly ftAcrci to. apparently have been converted into beth. Ever since he ascended the to go down on a subscription list for

,., . .shooting galleries, with royal families throne his life has been in greater an X or XX or C, is another propo- .
'c ''deiiriar:The Sentinel'diMoD- as targents and kings and queensas jeopardy. sition.
!; wtifthe office in'irritinr ra
I I 161 date of expiation rtkenri it will beoa&oed bull'seyes.It Perhaps the most uneasy crowned I *
at the regular lubscription rates was the assassination of Arch- head in all Europe is that of Czar People all over the state are won-
.:wMi,aetiee to;stop ,it receiYecLF
duke Francis Ferdinand, nephew of Nicholas II. of Russia. Of nine czars, dering how Orlando can build and
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THURSDAY, AUGUST 2t, 1914. i Emperor Francis Joseph and heir to four have been assasinated by Nihi- equip three large fine churches in one
I the throne of Austria-Hungary, that lists. Countless attempts have been year. But they can do it and then

precipitated the present titanic struggle frustrated to remove the present some, for they are likely to purchasea WEEK
i A'rsTHE'ANSWER'TO" HIGH ; Russian ruler. Bombs have been lot and build a fine city hall build- ,

: I FOOD PRICES Assassinations within the memoryof found in the palace. Trains on whichit ing also before the year closes. The

the present generation: a sultanof was supposed his imperial majestywas time to build is while the building is

-t F The Washington dispatch, published Turkey, a czar ,and grand duke riding have been blown nip and good, and to the other Florida townswe Going Going Gone !
in the Sentinel yesterday morn of Russia, a shah of Persia, an empress shots have been fired at the ruler, but have only to say, "Come on in, the

} ing, stating that railroad employes of of Austria-Hungary, a king of he has always escaped. water is fine." .
,Jacksonville'have filed a petition withAttorney Italy, a, king of Greece, a king and Many attempts also have been *
'General,McReynplds charging queen of Servia, a king and crown made to kill King Alfonso of Spain. It is a real pleasure to ride over Happy Week

,* 'conspiracy by wholesalers and retailers prince of portugal, a president of Six of these efforts have been recorded. the,town and country at a thirty mile
in Jacksonville to fix food France and an archduke of Austria- On the last occasion the wouldbe clip and get passing glimpses of the Ends TodayThere's

prices,.is of interest.to almost every Hungary, with his wife. assassin chose the unique idea of many improvements, but if one wishes
flection of Florida,'for which'Jackson "No crown of Europe seems to be concealing a bomb in a bouquet of to really see what is being done,
-u 'ville is: the 'great ,distributing point. safe," Father Vaughan, an eminent I flowers,which was handed to the kingas and know in detail how the commun- only one sad feature about

The charge will doubtless be prompt- clergyman of London, said the other he rode through the streets, aftera ity is growing, it is necessary to take "HAPPY WEEK," and that is like all
investigated by.the department of day. "It now requires a hero or hero- military review. the natural way and walk. While riding .
justice. ine to wear one." Only one attempt to assassinate in a car you get a panoramicview. good things it must come to an end!

That 'there is, no combination of The recent assassination of the heir Kaiser Wilhelm of Germany, and this The observing pedestrian gets

Orlando grocers, is certain. They to the throne of the dual monarchy was not confirmed. The alleged inci- the real facts. .

have organization of any kind, but furnishes the freshest case in point, dent was not related until long after "On O'er foot meadows I gaily fair take and my way mountains

prices' show an almost daily advance and it reminded, the world that for its occurrence. It was said then thatIMMIMIMIIIiMMMim gay, I Of course, such an event as this couldn't
-and your grocer will show you thattliat forty years the House of Hapsburgthe And he who is not of my mind,
.advance is at the wholesale endand reigning dynasty of Austria has Another traveling mate may find, last very long. We realized that beforewe

,c h not with the retailer. been little more than a royal sham- I He can not go*with* me.* started, and therefore limited the

AH kinds' of, canned meats
; are bles."Farewell We hope nothing serious will hap-
,steadfly going up and the explanation to youth," said Francis pen to funny Mutt and Jeff during time. The Happy crowds of eager shop-

G "for"this, from the wholesalers, is that Joseph, when he ascended the throne. McCUllOCU'SDepartment their discussions and experiences in pers that have crowded our aisles since
canned goods are especially adapted His words were recalled the followingyear the present war, but ifSilk Hat Harry
='r to.use by armies in the field and that when a son of the Countess Ear- should get into the fight and never "Happy, Week" started have surely
great quantities will be consumed by olyi was slain as a rebel in the race
Store again appear in public we do not tempted us to continue it
further.
:'the millions of.men in service in Eu- war with Hungary. The countess uttered think there would be much mourningnor But

rope. ,They fin to call attention to this fateful curse upon the em- many flags at half mast. our stocks are broken, and we couldn'tcontinue
the fact ,that exportation has practically peror's head: * .
and that the demand the event if we would. '
: stopped "May his happiness be blasted. Roosevelt has broken loose again
should decrease instead of increase. May his family be exterminated.May Jelly Tumblers, but he will not succeed in breakinginto ,

.;Flour, rice and navy beans are he be smitten in the persons of the first page*-Times-Union.
-,' 'jumping skyward. Japanese rice that those ,he loves. May his life be If he had to pay one cent a word
:retailed two,weeks ago at four cents wrecked, and may his children be Fruit Jars for his advertising in the T.-U., the Please remember Week" ends

'per ,pound .now costs five cents brought to ruin." same as the rest of us have to pay, You'll
to-day.
wholesale. have only yourself to
The curse has been fulfilled with a he would be "dead broke" financiallylong
; .Coffee, and tea is also ,on the upward completeness that almost staggersthe all kinds ago. blame if you miss tie wonderful economies -
bound, the advance in coffee see
imagination. The
emperor'sbrother"Maximilian
'amounting to three cents per pound was shot by his A good lady has written me that it affords.

,during the past week. These are own subjects in Mexico. His eldestson the proper way to pronounce Liegeis
largely .imported! products and there and heir, Crown Prince Rudolph, reservin eUles to say it as though it was spelled
;maybe justification for higher prices, was found dead in a hunting lodge, "Lazh," with the long sound of a.
but one coffee firm,,the manufacturers presumably a suicide. His sister-in- An educated Frenchman tells me the Stock up now in anticipation of your
of Barrington Hall declare that
law, the Duchess D'Alencon, Was I IttmilMIIMtlttllllUlt strict French pronunciation would
there, will;be no advance in the price 20 S. Oraage ,!velle. Winter needs-Slashing Reductions in
burned to death in a Paris fire. His give a quick, short sound of i before
:of their:coffee. wife, Empress Elizabeth, was assas- the a, with the accent on the a.iiiiMiiMiiiiiiMiMiiiiiiiiiiitttitiMmiiMMitMMMMMiMMtiiMMttm.
If there is cause for advance in imported HOUSEHOLD LINENS

products there.should certainly -
SHEETS AND
SHEETINGS
be a decline in the price of com: '

modities which,we, ordinarily export, PILLOW CASES
for, the same reason .:.commerce is Present improvements not interfering j j

practically>> ,at a standstill On .the TABLE LINEN

,other'hand, .what is the explanationof : with our. business. NAPKtNSCURTAINS'AND
the fact, that.' one of the largest
coffee concerns in the country does CURTAIN

F not find. it necessary. to advance McELROY'S PHARMACY MATERIALS

x'',__'*prices! Give HS a Trial. (}fck Delivery ta Drags. PHONE 20. Try air Ice [rea..
Sugar has advanced three cents per EVENING WEAR MATERIALS
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will :not ,sell in large quanti- DAINTY LINGERIE UNDER-
ties. 4< WEAR .

t, ,Lard and Snowdrift are about the EVERYTHING REDUCEDAs
f only products that have not advanced .
',rtomeextent An advance in these I "
a fitting to these recent
i; articles would have been palpably

'.a conspiracy that,it is wise-if a conspiracy \ days of added happiness .
to'raise food prices:exists-

'' on the part of:the manufacturers ,to JfWflRY fOR THE WfDDING Every Remnantin

hold them, down to the before war '

< .prime Whatever may be the cause of the For the bride,.countless things in Silver, Cut the Store will be put on Sale at prices

generaladyaitce'in, the price of thenecessities Glass and Fine China. Rare jewels of every de- that
cannot fail to be eminently attractive -
(life, the. belief is general scription.For .
that it is largely the_ result of a .
Bridesmaids Ladies of Honor Flower ,
,conspiracy on the part of the manu ,
'
e' ,'taeturers"and large wholesalers. The Girls, etc., Bracelets, Brooches, Bar Pins, La Val-

;, government is investigating but Hers, \V.ristletVatches, Silver Vanity Cases, POSITIVETO SEE THEM

_ ,moves ,slowly. and the investigation Purses, Card Cases, etc.' COMPARATIVE PRICE THEM
will+ be 'of' little' present benefit, -..,'
: For the ushers-Cuff Links Coat Chains Two-
,though if,carried out thoroughly itt SUPERLATIVE' POSSESS THEM
Pocket Chains Full Dress Sets Gold and Silver
.Bay'expose one, of the,most unscru- ,
pulous combinations that ever existed Pen Knives, Pencils, etc.
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I to prey upon the people of any country .
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a ,: _0 problems. ', =

Op the,day the government started -. . .
s an :investigation of high' food prices
(meat in Chicago declined a few cents 'C
:
'per'hundred"pounds The New-York

,3 Wojd suggests _that, sometimes the
T meN pointing of a 'gun at a treed .

'coon n will bring him O'down. ;- DICKSONIVES K [ CO.


The,Palatka Daily Item has resumed

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!; :' ; Dr. J. B. Mills,;.of Clarcona, was abusfeess :
TUNER thieves
,. Grape have been helping
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: transactor:in the county mtropolia e i Open 2 p. m. and 6:30: p. m. themselves at the home of Mr. and
;E&ORLANDO, FLA. )yesterday)} .He reports things
in general in his"section. as looking ** Admission 5 cents Mrs. H. W: Greetham, corner of

fine: since: the, recent: showers., -"Dr. ; North Orange avenue and Jefferson II IIo'clock j "
streets, for some time, and last night
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Mills is, the,happy ]
Carnival. ,lo 'St.'.Luke's Cathedral- owner of a large t'HIHMMIMMMMilHIii Policemen Broome and Carter were -1 .
and '
grounds Bight. prolific;orange grove.
Thursday TODAY'S PROGRAMs -1
? placed on guard. Shortly after eight . 'r'
-Mr. Dave .Carson, of: ,Kissfcnmee, The:remodeling' Dr. and Mrs. P.Phillips' the thieves put in their ap- 1

spent. .yesterday in Orlando, on business. ,home, on Lucerne Circle Victor. "Votes for Men." A -ter pearance but did not get near enough "Gel It At Allen's" JA'
well under way and the handsome rific comedy hit, in two parts. N
to the officers
to be
? captured. fi
W..i colonial pillars are in place. When Nestor. "The Flash in the Dark. .
Seethe diving girls, the fat woman, Contractor D. J. Dykes completes the Don't if fail to see this two reel comedy When Messrs. Carter and Broome I
you want a good laugh. saw lhey could not bitch the miscre-
c<<&, etc., etc, etc:;'etc,etc: etc., etc.. improvements it*will easily,be one of ants they opened fire with their re- .
:at the carnival the,handsomest homes in Orlando.
j, MCELROY'S PHARMACY BEING volvers, firing six shots which, at j
Mr J. :W. ,Thompson, one!' of 'KMvunmee's MrRoy G. Pierce formerly con- REMODELED least had the effect of causing the '

t.,' leading undertakers,'visited nected_ ,with the Orland hotel, but noresiding w thieves to break all speed records. Give us 'chance to show i

Orlando yesterday. in Terre Haute, Ini, spent I Workmen began yesterday morning you the newest styles in .,

\'Mr.'J.,W.,Osteen, a popular citizen several hours in Orlando yesterday.He to remodel the Blue Front drug store SWIMMING PARTY THIS AFTER. H watches.We j
'of Altamonte,..transacted business in was accompanied by Mr. Frank L. of Dr. J. N. McElroy and the con NOON will trade in your 1
pres-
',Orlando yesterday; Spanger, of Sullivan, Ind. They:are templated improvements will require ent watch or movement, aI-!
, Capt. W H. Swinton'left last'nightlor on a prospecting tour and after a several days for their completion. An A jolly swimming party will leave
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liberal
; Tampa where he will spend a visit to points in the southern part of entirely new front of plate glass will the,city this afternoon at two o'clock lowing you a amount.If t

,couple of'days on business. the state will return here.. be added and a hanging awning will for Russell's Point where they will you have any idea of .
Mr. N. be placed over the front. enjoy bathing until six getting a watch we would 1
.*. Mr. A. E.,Drought, a leading citi P. Yowell and Mrs: Okle and then par- ap- t
zen of St. Cloud, represented that McKenzie, left yesterday for Jacksonville ,The improvements will not only take of a picnic supper and return to predate the opportunity 01 .1
and give this popular drug store 'a much the city. I
place in Orlando yesterday. will take the Clyde steam- showing you. ..
ship Arapahoe for'New York at two handsomer appearance but it is be Miss Corinne Lockhart will cheap- Our prices will 1
surprise
Mr: win. P. Blakely, one of the
o'clock this afternoon. They will be lieved that the changes will make it erone the party in which will be the I
,lest known and.influential citizens of you
joined there by Miss Grace Schill and much cooler. following young people: Messrs. Ed- ,
Ocoee, was in.the city yesterday.The I I
Mr. T. H. Hurlburt and the four will gar Thompson, Frank Wallace, Kirby j
Ladies' Aid'Soci ty'of the{ purchase the big fall and winter stockof DR. DOUGLAS AT PINE CASTLE Douglas, Emil Blass, Dick Bunch,
Methodist church will have 'a Christmas William I Allen&Co
the Yowell-Duckworth company. Phillips, Miller Phillips, Gerald ,
bazar' the first week in Decem Pine Castle, Fla., Aug. 19.-Those Mayer and Nick Arrington
A card from our good friend W. L. ;
who
:her.Mr. Dolive,,in New'York, pictures the 25- attended the Union church last Misses Grace Nicholson, Marjorie Davis j U Jewelers t tU
- W.W. Bonney, one of OrangeCenter's story,New York Times building, and Sunday morning enjoyed a rare treatin ; Olive Wood, Fannie Taylor, Es-
: leading citizens, was a business the sermon delivered by Dr. Doug sie Ponder, Dorothy McDowell, Lois
Mr. Dolive
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says: ,hope to live long
: visitor" to:the county metropolis I enough to see you the editor and proprietor las,Winter the pastor of the Baptist churchin Pedrick, Helen Smith, Sallie Wood, U Reliable Repairing fl
Park.
;yesterday.Mr. I of such a newspaper and build Mrs. Douglas was I Willie Banner, Mamie Banner, Dolly

: ; F-.A. ,Lincoln, proprietor o fwas ing as this., I have a stiff neck from formerly schools a teacher in the Pine Castle .I Lockhart and Davida Lockhart. 1
an earnest worker in the Sun
,the Manhattan'hotel, Kissimmee, looking up at the sky scrapers and school
day and
a great favorite with 1t
mingling business and 'pleasure here am not at all sure that I will ever be all Pine TON OF HAY FROM LESS THAN
Castle
people. We hope that
""yesterday.Post satisfied in little old Orlando again. "1 j Dr. Douglas and his wife may visit HALF ACRE t
cards received in Orlando last us again. -
:night by,friends locate,Mr. Tiff, Hammond W. W. YOTHERS ,ADDRESSED Mr. E. H. McNeil, who is one of : t

: as having. good time at, Port DADE COUNTY FRUIT SNOWDEN WILL BUILD HANDSOME the biggest naval stores producers in
Huron, Mich. GROWERS this vicinity, has added to his attain
:
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Among 'the ,Orlandoites returning LAKE EOLA ments by raising some of the finest {=ocr" ic.O
,from a visit'.to Daytona Beach were Miami, Fla., Aug. 19.-The advan- hay ever seen in this section. At his r i 3

Mr.. and, Mrs. Earl Gore, Miss Olga tages to be derived from spraying Mr. B. Z. Snowden, the well known attractive place on Lake Eola he has HMIMItimiMIIIMMMIMIIIIMMMtfttMMHMHBoneless t
,Bock and> Mr. Archie Field., fruit trees to eradicate diseases due furniture man, who owns a fine lot on planted a little less than onehalfacre
to,insect pests, and the various solutions Lake Eola, has about in Rhodes grass. This forage
completed the
:Mr.. ,T. :C. Smith, sheriff of Lake
'county, spent'several hours.in Orlando -' and mixtures, used for certainof plans for a fine residence to be con- crop was planted in February and so 1&yur.jm9l..Ifiwt I

:- ,yesterday, ,the guest'of his broth those diseases, such as purple structed this fall. The new buildingwill far he has cut three crops of hay, the

:.er-in-law,Mr. D. J. Dykes. scale, white fly, etc, was the subject be near the home of Captain SIt total of the three cuttings amounting
, chosen by W. W. Yothers, entomolo- Hudson and will be a neat additionto to at least a ton of the very best kind Chicken Potted Beef t ti
Mrs., J- ;A. Cheek returned, yesterday gist of,the department of'agriculture, the many beautiful homes that now of hay. Another cutting will be made
, afternoon: from .a visit to her bureau of horticulture, stationed at adorn this in about fifteen days. I
lovely body of water. i Potted Ham
:: Pimento Cheese
'mother in TaU'haasee. She was met I Orlando who spoke last night to the Mr. Snowden expects to have his Mr. McNeil describes the Rhodes J

in. Jacksonville by,Mr. Cheek. Dade County Fruit Growers' andTruckers' home completed early the coming grass as strongly resembling timothyand Howard's Salad
: Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Robinson, 1 Dressing
association. winter and before the return of Mrs. says stock is very fond of it, ap
,prominent: and'popular:residents' of ,Mr.,Yothers is here for the remain- Snowden, who is now in Canada. parently preferring it to other for-
Ocala, parsed ,through Or1&ndo. yesterday der, of the week to investigate insect age. The grass on his place grows to : Red Wing Grape Juice t

frqm(Tampa 'en route home. pests, on cittus and other,fruit trees CITY CLERK JANSEN WENT TO a height of about five feet and produces {r

, Mrs--Ea1W: :.'Curlett and Mrs.,J.. Q. and goes today accompanied,by Prof.J. WAR YESTERDAY :MORNINGThe a crop about every forty-five Excellent for picnic dinners and luncheon. I

Adams; of. Geneva, honored Orlando G. Grossenbacher, a government days Be says he knows of an instance -

with their,presence yesterday. They, pathologist the Homestead ,section lure of battle and the lust for in Hernando county where a Potted Plants, Cut Flowers, Funeral

::spent,the flay shopping,and'mingting. and other localities ,in the south end blood proved too strong yesterday total of 2,200 pounds of cured hay Decorations.

,,with,, friends. I of the county to conduct those j inves morning for City Clerk Carl Jansen, was cut from one-third of an acre Designs, Wedding,

Mr. J.,ts.'Walker.' the well known tigations. who spent several years in trainingin planted in this grass, and as it doesso t
of, citrus the Danish well in Florida Mr. McNeil believes
:grower, buyer shipper army, and he suc
fruits, returned last evening from G S. VAN HOUTEN SHIPPING cumbed to. the desire to slaughter. it is the coming forage crop of the
THE SANITARY GROCERY
i five, weeks'.I trip which took him aPINEAPPLES TO NEW YORKr Residents near Lake Cherokee were state. i

many principal cities of the States. aroused by a,terrific bombardment at
Mr. HaT., Davis a large lumber Mr.,C. S. Van Houten made a nice an early hour, and the more excitablebelieved An empty Seaboard coal car jumpedthe I CARUTHERS & GORE 1
of Smooth track yesterday at the Central :
shipment, Cayenne pineapples -
naval battle
:and s1 ingle manufacturer of Nocateeswas : a was in progress -
'to New York yesterday from the lake but avenue crossing, and ploughed up r
on investigation
, in Orlando yesterday to see revealed Phone 200 t
his Modello Park pinery. Mr. Van that Mr. Jansen him about one hundred feet of real estate .
:Messrs. lain? & O'Berry about the was trying
;:purchase a boiler.for'their'plant Houten is a pioneer in this section marksmanship on an alligator and at before the train could be stopped. It : 6 & 8 E. Pine Street J
local the raising of pines for market and the same time endeavoring to satiate was replaced on the track with little ; : 1
Mr. McEinney. ,
representative has great faith in that as a his delay and no damage. '
' of 'the\ International Correspondence ; crop appetite for blood without a trip 4 tMtMtttttttlltimtlMIIIIIIHIIilMtlMlilllllMMimiMiniMIIMM t
money maker. At one time there was across the Atlantic. i
School left last foOcala ,
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where,he will 'spend the nextweek
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' the dead and wounded were all ableto
looking, after'p1aeing an exhibit off until Mr: Van Houten is about bury themselves. The 'gator teased .
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in ,the school, there.
'' the only shipper. his antagonist into wasting most of
Mrs. J'L. Kirkland returned
yesterday
his
ammunition without suffering any
' on the Tampa Special,from a visit FUNERAL MRS. LANGENBACH damage and then sank beneath the
to 'relatives',and friends in North THIS AFTERNOON
water with a noise that sounded very
Carolina and Kentucky, Mrs. Kirk much like "Ich cha bibble."
,land is the.wife of,the'popular bookkeeper The funeral of Mrs Mollie E. Lang- f

of.the,Beck Lumber company. enbach will be held from her late residence IET1
NEW SIDEWALK ON LUCERNE
; ,Mr. J. F. Watkins, one of the oldestand on West Central avenue this CIRCLE TIRESY

.' best known furniture and. hard afternoon at three o'clock. All friendsare

:ware salesmen in this section, has accepted invited. Five husdred feet of new sidewalkis

: a:position ,with' the firm of being, laid on Lucerne Circle from

'Oscar Hand & ,Son, where he would SATURDAY SPECIAL-Four to Orange avenue west, the work beginning -
like to have I all his friends call on six. Homemade Cakes. Yowell- in front of Dr. J. N. McElroy's

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Notices of Lost. Wanted For Sale. For
Bent etc., for thia column. tar for one day 5NAIR LUMBER
(8< for three days,'"or It.OO'for one week for COMPANY
25 word. or le a. Money must accompany
('All brag ,Stores Net Alike") the advertisements far this eohuu, u no
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= || 'Some Drug ,Stores make a specialty of'SODA WATER. FOR SALE 'V V ORLANDO-

XX ,Some Drug Stores make a specialty of Cigars and Nursery stock one, two, three and
four year old buds; Fester Early,
Cigarettes. Pineapple, Java, Homosassa Washington -
Navel Address Mrs M.Kahle

r. OUR DRUG STORE Apopka, FIa. Phone 2222. 3-13-tf Royal Cement, Agatite Plaster and Perfection lime

Up to date painting, papering, etc.,
.
is the kind you want. Where to getit
is known by the commendation of its customers. People
? That's easy, phone 636. W. T.
who, are particular about their Drugs are Entrican. 1-20-tf Statement
of the Condition of the
., the kind of customers we want.

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

ry White, rotary Standard, New ,
;Home, and other makes. Will be .
Orlando
"Prmpt Dependable CourteoDS"'j sold cheap for cash this month. Call Fix, .
at Singer Office, or phone 321. C. B. At the Close of Business June 30th,1914.
Lindsay, manager. 8-11-tf

.RESOURCES.
FOR SALE-One five passenger '

8 The CITY STORE touring car; a big bargain. Will Loans and Discounts . . .. . . .. . . .. . $379,514 36
.
DRUG sell for $300 cash. Apply this office. Over-Drafts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 622 34

I 7-30-tf. Stocks and Bonds . . ... . . . . .. . .. . . 26,01833
J. L. DEAN, Prop., n E. ,ChurchSt., Orlando, Fla.HMIIMtMMtMMMItti. : FOR SALE-Best quality heart pine Real Estate, Furniture and Fixtures . . . . 26,637 37

fence posts. See L. N. Lewis, 406 Cash on Hand and Due from Banks . . . . : 291,393 48

>MMMMMMIIMMM S. East street 7-14-lmo .
'1 $724,185 88

WINTER PARK NEWS addition to the store of Mr. F. W. WANTED-To exchange Vose piano, LIABILITIES.
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., Shepherd is laid and in a few days records.in good Piano condition, for be seen Victrtla at For-and Capital Stock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $100,000 00
M the may
Winter Park, ,Fla., Aug. 18.Thenew building will be in active use.
b mosa. Address P. 0. Box 2, Oakland, Surplus and Undivided Profits . . . . . . . 39,961 35
and
.. ,Favor: bakery restaurant in the Encouraging word comes from Mr. Fla. Re-Discounts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 None
building opened up' .for busi- Greene, of the college, in his canvass to live Bills Payable . . . . . . ..a. . . . .'. . . None
WANTED
last
ness. week. -Couple on country
'; Mr. R. L.. Betts for new students in some of the place. Call er address, 400 West Deposits . . . . .. . . . . . . ... . . . .. . 582,669 47
is in
up Georgia :I Northern states, there being at least Central avenue. Due to Banks . . . . . . . . . . . . . ; : : 1,55506
Tampa to see Roland pitch in a great 11 thirty who have signified desire, to .
game of ball, but just as the game''attend Rollins either this or next '
FOR SALE-A number of good hard .
$724,185 88
called the
was rain routed the whole
year. With the change in athletics
. fence posts and second hand lumber -
: crowd: and the game was postponed. already inaugurated, and the proposed forsale.. Call on address, Mrs. Reserve Carried by the Bank . :. . . . $291,393 48
r i; Mr. R. :L. Btets Is up in Georgia, or contemplated change in Y. E. F. Hoskins, Orlando. 8-ll-2w Reserve required by Law . . . . . . . 116,533 89
for a ten days outing and visit to his M. C. A. and Y. W. C- A.work, Rol-
mother and other relatives and lins will develop an individuality in FOR RENT Reserve Excess of Amt. Required by Law $174,859 59

friends.Thursday her student body that will make for FOR RENT Deposits on June 30, 1913 . . . . . . . $527,758 01
wasa, great day for the character
colored of the on as well, as efficiency. We Fourteen room house; modern, up- Deposits on June 30, 1914 . . . . . . . 582,669 49
people town account welcome the ,opportunity to help in to-date; partly furnished: on Lucerne :

,of the double header ball boosting Rollins to her rightful place Circle; with garden, ,fruit and flow- INCREASE . . . . . . . .. 554,91148
games. Sanford came down to play and develop a more loyal undergraduate ers. J. F. Watkins. 7-30-d&w-tf. r

our local second nine, and had to body who shall sing her praisesat The management of the Orlando Bank
& Trust
FOR RENT-Two office spaces in Co., endeavors
"bite the dust" with a score of 9 to
5 for Winter'Park.. Kissimmee home and abroad. our store at No. 9'W. Church street. to persue a progressive but conservative policy, to be liberal in its
then Mr. J. W. Shackleford and familyare Come in and we will'shc>w'you. Pierce treatment and to adhere to the legitimate lines of banking.
proceeded to show the local first nine l Electric Co. 3-29-tf
how ,visiting friends at Eustis and en Accounts of all who desire the services of a well-equipped and
it is done down in Osceola
coun- joying their summer vacation.A safely conducted bank are cordially invited.
ty'and they"proved;first class guidesto MISCELLANEOUS
new elevator is being placed in

=Return the ICON,games of 8 will to!1.be played when F. W.his Shepherd's business. store to accommodate DYNAMITING done in all its branches. ::::':::: ::::::::: : : : ::::::: : :::

the, strength of the respective teams Gearing land is our specialty.

x' will Mrs.be M.put A.to. Flye the severest is having test.a ,delightful Mr.motor C..to F.the Ward coast and Saturday,family expectto formonth's a Let cheerfully us do given.your work.L N. Lewis Estimates, 406S. 'I MiriMIMIIMMtllllMMMIMlMMtlltM w www w wwwwwww w wwwwww w w wT :::::::.:::: :::::: :: :::::::::::::::::::

visit,with her sister at Re- outing.A East street 7-14-lmo

vere,Mass, and recuperating for the very pretty and impressive wed
year's work. ding occurred last Sunday noon'when First class Brazing specialty at
Mr.1 Self s,barn burned last Friday Miss Julie Burden,was united in mar Warman's Repair Shop o < Court St Mammotn
with no due,to the cause of the fire. riage to a'Mr. Foote, of New Hampshire .12-5-tf. av ItJ. $$1I85 D

:Mr. and Mrs.,Philip Dale ,returned ,,at the home of the bride, Rev. '
from a two weeks' visit.in Savannah, W. L. Barze officiating. The couple WANTED POSITION-By competent ,
Ga., and Billeria, Mass. started on a wedding trip to his home. white woman; general nursing, con-
finement, or housekeeper. Best ref
A large force of men with teams, erences. Phone 515. 8-14-3t | And RETURN From
plows, hoes, rakes and other tools FIRST WARSHIP THROUGH THE JacKsonville

met at the cemetery last Thursday CANAL IS PERUVIAN LOST-Small,solid red,female hound.

;t and gave it a thorough' cleaning up, DESTROYERColon ward Taxed for and return.subject John of M.larceny.Cheney.Re- Tickets on Sale August 12th, Return Limit, August 30th.
putting it in as attractive appearance 8-16-d&w-tf
as:.could be made in such short time. For Illustrated Booklet and Full Information, Address

rV ,Mr. C. Fred.Ward,is home from attending Aug. 18.-The first warship TRY F. G. ARNOLD for honest prices
,the annual meeting of thAmerican to pass through the Panama canal and a square deal in real estate. 1H.! C. BRETNEY, L & N R. R.
was the Peruvian destroyer Teniente Room 1, upstairs 25 East Pine street. ,
Poultry association; in Chi ,
cago. Rordiguez, which made the trip this 8-15-6t wit 134 WEST BAY STREET JACKSONVILLE
morning.We FLORIDA
'Miss Lucile Johnson, (Orlando, Who is your painter and decorator?
visited friends over Sunday. If you are satisfied keep'the one you 4)'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII II III I tl"111" ..e'.I'I.'IIIIIIIII
Miss Lucile Johnson, of, Daytona, ,insure your life and loan you have; if not, phone W. T. Entrican, 11111111111 ill i ii M nTiY '. ii 11 ii V Mil t "" .,. " ' t8ill.'I"11 I.=
money on real estate at 6 cent No. 636. 1-20-tf
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last visited week.her girl friend, Ruth Bane,!.interest.Curry 'Building Guarantee, Tampa Life, &Fla.Loan Co., i OPEN ALL NIGHT 'IlrlIIIIII 1 1 1 i i\\ H\ M\ 1\\\\\\\\ fl\\\\\\i\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\ \ \ \ \ '\\t't' \\\ \\" \" '

V Miss Miriam Enlow was given a i V 3-25-d&wtf The City Drug Store is at your ser
surprise following her birthday anniversary vice both day and night Prompt,
V WOOD FOR SALE dependable, courteous. if & F.jJ1J.
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the first of the,week and the .
For the month of August I
evening was spent in pleasant conversation per NANCY HALL and Porto Rico sweet
sell, at my farm, pine at 85 cents '
> and games followed,by re strand, and oak at $1.00; also some potato slips at $1.75 per 1,000.
5 freshments. saw logs cheap. A. S. Hodges, R. 1, Quick delivery Cash. Apopka Plant ,:
Orlando. Co., Ap pka, Fla. 524tiALL
7-30-lm i
Mr. C. H. Ward is able to be out '. TheyWereto

and around after his operation and Don't wait for every one In town'to WHITE; bicycle riders and J I
seems to be'gaining back all his former have Entrican, ,the painter, before ers between 18 and 40 years own are
sprightliness.' you try. Am too busy to look you requested to meet at the Armory ,
up. Phone 636, and I will be on the Tuesday night, Aug. 18, to organizea
The cement floor in the new brick: '
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: 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,

Excnrsin i n Rate yet the amounf of money which they had available for the furnishing of their

home made expensive peices prohibitive.

st : i They spent considerable time with us looking through our large stock.

r ( From Orlando We offered a lew suggestions and gave them some new ideas. They were
i .j much pleased with what they had seen and took memorandums of what they

BUYERS TO SHARE IN: PROFITS thought they should want.
LOWER PRICES ON FORD CARS $ 38.70. CiBdBUli, ,0.
After looking around in other stores to make sure that ,they were doing

"" ,Effective from August 1,1914 to August 49.0. Cbi ageUl. the best possible with their appropriation they came back and placed their order -

Y 1,1915 and guaranteed against any. reduction 64.30 Deliver, Gel. with us. '

(.. during that time: "fJ 37.85 Evusville,IMI. This is a typical example of hundreds of homemakers whom we are

CarRunabout $555.00 37.20 Louisville, k y pleasing. _
y Touring 20.15 Marietta, 6 a.. We carry an extensive stock of serviceable, attractive homefurnishings

'f 505.00 grading from the lowest priced which are good, to the very best. Your appro- ,
40.70 New York N. Y.
: P. 0. B. OiUafo. AO can filly cqripped.Futber. priation for furnishing your home may be anything from 175 toioooor more

i .. we will to able to obtain the naxtaui efficiency 40.70 Pklladdia. P a. -you can make the most of it :with us.
f'1 inr factoir production, and tie ninlaaa coat in ear 43.45 St, heals, 1e
'parekadnc and win department if bra each an tatpat at.
1MH can between the abort dates 95.20 San.Fraucisee, LdH.
And inoald ire rem tie prediction, we ante to par u
r. tat layer's hm from $.' to $M per car, lea .r aboatAtftitl4)l
!) to every retail bayer ,wk..parckaies a new'i Atlantic Coast Line Kincaid & Snowden
Ford ear between Aaput 1. 1J14 and Atfut 1, 1J15
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DAILY SPORT LETTERBy L. D. Jones, manager of',the Florida -I The Tallahassee Boy Scouts are J""I"'I"1. M1MM_ . : .. _ _ _IMI#tlllllllllllllllllllll"IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII 1 1 j
Citrus Exchange, says that the making their plans to secure a town .. ,
citrus fruit crop this year will total clock for the city. They are on a 'I It '..},
( .Frank G. Menke) I
about 9,000,000 boxes or more. The camping trip now and will return in
New York, Aug. 18.Willie,Ritchie' reports from all over the state show I about two weeks and perfect their TEN REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD :1// j

a model champion. There are aJKunber that the crop will be large. plans., :

of: persons who have been ,.

iving brickbats at Willie since The directors of the Suwannee Fair It is thought that the flint rock deposits l' COOK WITH GAS v ,
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in,the Everglades will save the
die Welsh took away his world association have decided to put the : '''
.' fair broader'''basis and let the city of Miami about $100,000 in its :
apionship title, but,a glance over on a I
people of other counties compete for program of paving. It is estimated p
'it hie's record shows that he.never '
the premiums on the same basis as that about 60,000 yards of the rock
ed a real figiter.. Ritchie; unlike the people of their own county. The will be needed and the cost will be 60 <
e ,champions in the:other, divisions, citizens of the counties adopted have $3.50 delivered through the Lauderdale 1. Convenience Speed .. i
nd unlike the champions in his class been invited 'to compete., The workon canal This rock will have to be .
[hat"'preceded him, was not.a lemon the premium list and the fair used as the.surface rock around the 2. Comfort 7. Efficiency J

eker.. buildings is progressing satisfacto- city is too soft for the paving operations -
''When- Ritchie!fought, he gave the rily. 3. Cleanliness 8. Safety : J

owd,the.best.he had., With Willie ,
Ls';one, of the principals the crowd The Robert Hungerford Normal' 9. Perfect Regulation : i

". "i, sure_ 'that. itt least one party infighting Ue Cathedral School and Industrial School will throw open 4. Simplicity of Heat : J
.
.contract. .would give'the I
its doors October 1, 1914, for its fall 5.
ana iron for their money. Ritchie Accessibility :
-. 'er- stalled-even his bitterest erieies ORLANDO FLORIDA term. We hope all students will be 10. Economy i

.can not charge him with.that ,Fftmtriy,known. u PcILCUrk School) present on the first day. The build. : fI 1 1I i

; .While he'held the championship.he IE9PENS OCT0BEK 7 :ings are being thoroughly renovatedand I :
ok onthe, best:men in his class He everything being made as com- .
A Boarding ud Day School for Girl*-
aet. Joe Rivers when the Mexican Kegtlar and Special Connes-Primary, fortable as possible. Any informa- 2. COMFORTA i
at the zenith of his career. Heckled Intermediate and Academic GmuulcArtEloeatieD tion concerning the school may be
.)( -Physical Culture
Leach Cross in New York andt -Domestic Science-Admirable Situation had by writing Mrs. R. C. Calhoun, GAS RANGE is the greatest producer of REAL COMFORT in the

scrap wasone of the greatest and CaroM S.rnlDdlDp.-CIbute Boat life CapaU.Healthful Teachers Eatonville, Florida. 8-8-Sat-tf modern kitchen. If you cook with GAS all unnecessary work is elimi

'staged in:this'town. ..It.was a Low Bates.Rer. nated and cooking is made a pleasure. There is no wood to.bring in, : :
'
aer and tongs affair from the tapthe Roderick,Ji< '- first gong. Ritchie mixed and power of Sentinel want ads.-try one.wjht I :
"turn a valve and, strike a match"In II IIt
lgecL: He never,backed,a 1'from ;
it,terrific: .punch that Cross carries. warm weather especially, the comforts of cooking with a Gas I

ie_. was boxingi every'minute of,the Range are very apparent, because the kitchen is kept "clean, cool, and

.fcf' *. fjtHe .- ;. comfortable? without the slightest effort. .
.: 'foughtsuch 'a fight with every. No heat is wasted to make the room as hot as the oven-itself and
g' to lose and, nothing to gain. I
the fire is turned out the instant the cooking is done. :
ie defeat..of,Cross could not aid I I 1
lucfi glory to'his,name. His defeat COOK WITH GAS AND BE COMFORTABLE. I III _iI

7 Cross meant.the lose of the, title. THE MARKET I I III i I .
: from whom Ritchie took .
:Wolgast. : '
..title, scoffed at Ritchie's prowess: : ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO. :
le reiterated 'a hundred times that Of Clofiiliness Of QualityFRESH
they,ever met again he would be

1e'reg i 1 the .crown.: Ritchie GAS DEPARTMENT i i iI
ok' him'n in Milwaukee-and AND SALT MEATS

west.Bitehle . FISH AND GAME I
: USiIIIIiiIHIIiIiIIiIHIIiII -HIIIIfltIIIIIIIII"I","IIIIItII
14 "ItIIItr.
: met.Tommy Murphy, in'reoptinse iiiiilliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii..I.iiiiii.I"IIII"1"1"1WE
., to Pacific Coast demands. Heft under the best sanitary cofiditioas.

[They figured* there that Murphy Everything screened away frea the flies, and kept fresh

[would beat him. Murphy,';before.the aad pwe. FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES .

battle, was ,highly touted. Ritchie. We invite ktiptttie* and guarantee satisfaction. We have AND DO ALL KINDS OF
[made Murphy look like -a punoking in the Meat line.
everything
REPAIRING
beg\during the battle Ritchie met OPTICAL NeYor1alidReThrll$5S.I $

rley: White, in Milwaukee, one of
The PARLOR MARKETH.
[the toughest men in(:the jight weight :; :
ivision. Out, ther ethe fans say .:
lite gave Ritchie a beating 'Ritchie M. Self' & Co.
| denies it. But Ritchie'says he is

I perfectly willing to, take on 'White PINE STREET CLYDE LINE
[again at any time a.sufficient"purse DR. L H. RAMSDCU ,
",offered,' Phone No. 80 OPTOMETRIST

z ,.Ritchie ,was a popular champion I (Successor to Dr. 0. P. Ukte) Only Direct Line From JacksonvilleFare
I He made .friends with the fans be.,: : ORLANDO, FLORIDA

cause he always was:willing to give
I them the best:he had.. And that wasconsiderable. WHERE SHALL I GO TO SCHOOL 11

Of.course,Ritchie haggled -. FOR SALEAT Includes Meals and Stateroom Accommodations : :
a.lot.about his price. But that's FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA

[what every :ptber man does. Hew FOR WOMEN GAINESVILLE
I _the, most he can get for his TALLAHASSEE. A- Tickets on Sale Until September 30th, .

[cervices. College of Arts ud Sciences;Normal School; and Good Returning From New York up :
School of Expression;
School of Music;
, C's School of Art; Extension Division; Graduate 8 Colleges' and Divisions;, Liberal Arts: BARGAINThree to and Including October 31st. Ships
I .Arthur Pelky has announced his re- School: Modern Gymnasium with swimming Law; Engineering; Agriculture; Teachers
pool basket ball and tennis courts 3*w and College Experiment Station; Extension Division
[tirement from the ring. He never modern t handings; beautiful'campus; dormitories ; Graduate School Ten new brick build Scheduled to Sail Tuesdays, Thursdays
conveniences new :ings, besides gymnasium swimming pool and ten acre tracts on
modern ;
have VI '
I has been able ;to get ,back his nerve dininr room and kitchen most hygienic in i"many subsidiary bindings 61 officers, in- Saturdays at 2OOIP.M.
[since 'his fight with Luther McCarty. Florida; 418 young ladies from 49 auntie tractors and assistants. S54 young menm Orlando and Kissimmee road,
47 Florida eountki and 24 States and
states last session.
and 12
It was Pelky's blow in the second TUITION FREE in College and Normal foreign countries last 1eSI oD. only two and one half miles For Further>> Particulars Apply to .
round of that that School Bocrd and entrants fees for the TUITION FREE Board and Entrance Fees
fight sent McCarty year J124.0Q. For cat&1OiUerite $13150 per year Write today for catalogue from the post office, Orlando.
down to his death The shock of'McCarty EDWARD CONRADI. President. A. A MURPHREE President.
's death unsettled Pelkys nerves \Vill sell one or all. The H. G. WENZEL, Fla. Pass. Agent

land,he. neversince has fought even I price will double when the j
a fair fight.. There always was a sort JACKSONVILLE FLA. .
UNIVERSITY
JOHN B. STETSON brick road is laid. Other ,
of timidity'about ''actions.. Hewas
afraid to:hti. LINCOLN HULLEY, Ph. D., lilt D., LL D., President small tracts for grove purposes ---

* THE BEST, SCHOOL O"GOOD FOR YOUR CHILDREN at buying values. Also f ;

Johnny Coulon, former 'bantamchampion Send them to Stetson. Fall Term Begins ScpV 25- desirable and city Lake City is the proud possessorof Sentinel subscribers who contem. .
has made-:a big hit with 40 Professors and Instructors College of Liberal Arts groves plate vacations in the mountains or
fire truck which increases the efficiency
College of Law a ,
17 University Buildings
the: members of the Working Boys' 2% Acre Campus College of Technology property at prices that com elsewhere, may have the Sentinel b:'
in He ,469 Students Last Year: College of BusinessPreparatory of the fire department to a
Home Chicago. presented them mand attention. mail without additional
$1........ EBferaent Academy any expens
:with.$1,000-the. money, paid Jtb(;him .28.500 Volumes In Library School of, Mechanic Arts great extent. The truck is seventy and the address changed as often a.
' for his appearance 110,000 PiPe 0mD' School of Music horse with triple pumps and
as a guarantee : in 10 Large Laboratories for Science School of Fine Arts Cooper , Atha power desired.
the..ring with Kid Williams,,of:Baltimore. Unsurpassed General Equipment Normal School 1,000 feet of hose, extra length lad-
.. Johnny ,the:title in that Separate and Dormitories thorough for supervision.young men Chtistlan and young and-women.not sectarian Careful teaching.For administration 144.st# fruIeeo, Gn .sr ders and all improvements. The engineer KEEP AHEADOf
scrap: but'he made good.his,promise catalog or views, for:information,or for room reservation address .311 from the manufacturer will your neighbor by reading th.

j_And with ,the Chicago lads_.he 'is a. JOHN.,B. STETSON UNIV S1TY. DELAND FLORIDA make. 'a practical 'demonstration on Sentinel every morning and getting

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The Place -To Place MoneyIT
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Invade '
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MATTERS, LITTLE WHETHER -

1 ; YOU WISH TO START A SAVINGS Paris, Aug. 19.-Careful study of

't : the military situation on; the northernfrontier' ; d '. :
rX ACCOUNT, TAKE OUT A CERTIFICATE leads French military ob- Safe i>>e @ llt. :

J OF DEPOSIT, OR OPEN ,A servers to the conclusion that the

CHECKING ACCOUNT- events transpiring in Belgium todayare .' .\ -
the beginning of operations on an .

:f This strong bank is behind any form immense scale.Germany ; For your Valuable Papers, Jaw-
it is declared is
'a makinga
of.deposit make. Its strong financial
you
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fresh and mightier effort to break !
its officers dry Silver etc.
'foundation, experienced into France through'the comparatively .
_;, and its system of safeguards, makes the open Belgium country.
\ Government opinion in Paris, how-
ever, is confident that the allies will : $1.00 PER YEAR AND UP
STATE BANK OF ORLANDO
be able to meet this shock successfully .:,
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and to it
reply crushingly. .:
the "place to place. your money." .*-:,..,o"> ;' Yon cannot afford to leave such ::1

valuables at home when 51.00 will r
FORCE
lANDING BRIfiSH [
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DO THIS NOW '

( :." ., ,- . safeguard them for a year. t ;
f + 1'r ",: COMPLEIEDBrussels .:' ,

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Belgium, Aug. 19.-The
< British expeditionary force completehas

been landed. The soldiers' re- .fl ,
ceived enthusiastic reception from

+ the populace'as they marched to the c -

F h-V allotted positions. The harness of ,.' '.. . ,"', '. .' ,':.'' ,.' .,, ,",.".... ..,.....'........ ;. .,..' '. ,' ": :..-.. "i.. :r; ,. ".... ",- '

tHe cavalry was decked with flowersby ; ; ' . ..... .... .' ...,., :.'...,, ,. :',' ...:: ", ,.-: ,
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4 village maidens. i 1 :; :: : '
The above censored -0' &.
dispatch
may '. .
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refer to the landing of the British ;"'"''"': 'orl ': '''-' ''': ,.:,':'.,.'' '" " ,' .",r.',,',,,,,'''''..-;:-, i :. : '
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Correct Styles of Stationery troops in France or to the landing of ......,.-. "' "' .. " : : : '< : : ,. :; : :: ) .. :'.
an expedition in Belgium not yet an- .. ..

nounced by the British war bureau. c!: : ::: : J: ', :: ::: .;:: ":::): :;. : .' ....:,." '':' :, : ' '. ''. :; :: .
Dp not. cost any more than the haphazardsort : ? ? ? : : : '. <.: : .. >:'. .: /, : > :::: ): );, ::; } :: .\': :\(,'P.

- but they add not a little. to the char A

aoter of your private or public correspond- BELGIANS RITIR[ TOWARD BANK OF ENGLAND RUSHED _

enoe. An important part of our business is AGAIN

4 to furnish the most exacting customer with ANT VERP -

k just the special style shape and finish of London, Aug. 19.When the Bankof

paper ,and envelopes desired. England today resumed discount- GRAND
Paris, Aug. 19.-An official an- ing bills the rush was so great thatit
.
'' Ie also have all the leading shapesof nouncement this morning says the retirement was found necessary to suspend

pens and all grades of lead pencils also of Belgian troops toward further dealings until tomorrow.
:both black and Antwerp is rumored but not con- r
white
ink and all the colors TODAY
firmed.It WEATHER REPORTThe
: ,between.I .
is officially explained that even
: W. S. BRANCH were this report true it would be following is the weather reportfor
Orlando for the week
neither a grave symptom nor unex- ending Aug. THE BIG FOUR
\. Tk toafc: Bk art Musk Store pected. The defensive organizationof I 16,;1914, as taken by :Mr. Jas. Thomson -
Belgium as conceived by General co-operate observer of the Na "
"MISS RAFFLES
Y : Brialmont and presented in technical tional Bureau: ,

works provides that Antwerp be con- Temperature.
sidered as a last defense. It has been High. Low-: Free. Bar. A Vitagraph comedy featuring your little

fortified with care and is today a :Monday ______ 90 73. .29 PC favorites Dorothy Kelly and James Morrison.
GRAND -
r VIEW Tuesday ______ 91 73 .05 PC
vast entrenched camp upon the flankof Wednesday ___ 93 72 ___ CC It's some picture.
the enemy.A Thursday _____ 92 74 ___ CC
dispatch to the Paris Midi from Friday _______ 96 75 ___ CC
.- I Saturday _____ 95 74 ___ PC
Brussels dated today says cannonading Sunday _____ 96 71 1.02 PC "
was distinctly heard in Brusselsat "DEATH'S WITNESS
6 o'clock this morning.The Eat what you want. ,
: Newest and, most up-to-date hotel in correspondent adds it is un- Eat all you want.
Take a postscript and forget it. A Biograph drama. To say that this picture -

,Canton. Situated oh Academy Heights. derstood marching that upon a German Brussels army by way is now of For sale by all druggists.l-7-d&w-lyr is good would be expressing it mildly.

: 'Overlooking the beautiful Huy and Jodoigne.An -
Pigeon River
official communication from LOST-A small gold stickpin. Re-
ward if returned to this office.
Valley. One of the ,finest views in Wes- Brussels made public today gives cer- 8-19-tf: "MOTHER AND WIFE "
tain details of the transfer of the a_. ,

tern North Carolina. seat of the, Belgian government from :Meet me at the carnival tonight. An Edison. A picture every one shouldsee.
Brussels to Antwerp.-
i_
This transfer is not an immediate Don't eat supper at home tonight- .
necessity, it is explained. While Belgian go to the carnival grounds at St.

officials have gone to Antwerp Luke's Cathedral and get it there.WANTEIPReliable .

i MRS. J. McFADYEN : t their families remain in Brussels. The Thursdays Programme is always
and the at the Ant-
r I queen princes are man in Orlandoto
: werp palace while the king is with operate penny chewing gum and good. This is the day.ORCHESTRA.
salted machines. Doesn't interfere
peanut
CANTON N. ; the army. with work.
6io-d&w C. your regular Big
I I profits; pleasant work. Call after 5
: iiintfitntiiiiiiiiiiiiiiir .. I GIRL WITH $1,000,000 JILTS ONE; o'clock. S. W. Shanks, 24 E. Church
i ,,,,,HIIMM street. 8-18
I WEDS RIVAL
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IILM'. AND GERMANS BASEBALL-RESULTS + Baltimore, Aug. 19.-Eluding her Eat Eat what all you you want.want. The best show in the city, in the best

chaperon and failing to say anythingof Take a postscript and forget it.
,
National League her intention to either her recog- For sale by all druggists.. Theatre in the State.

I.f '.' ,. BAmE Pitttsburg 5, New York 1. nized fiance or to any of her rela- l-7-d&w-lyr
{rt I
'- St. Louis-Philadelphia; rain. tives or friends, Miss Helen Edmonson SATURDAY SPECIAL-Four to

!'f"- :.; London, :Aug.. :19.-A dispatch to Chicago 0, Brooklyn 6. Gambrill Gambrill, only and daughter heiress of to six. Homemade Cakes. Yowell- 5c lOc
Chauncey
Reuters Telegram from Cincinnati 2, Boston 3. Duckworth Co. 8-19-4t
company ;$1,000,000, slipped away Saturdayand -
3: Brussels sent at.7 o'clock last night American ,League was quietly married to Tyler WOOD. COAL AND ICE

says New York 7, Cleveland 5. Smith, whom she is said to have Wood, $L50 a strand up. Hand's

'k r.;' "A fierce battle is in progress be- Philadelphia 7, Detroit 6. known but two weeks. The story Coal Yard, phone 566. 931tfIT ; In the near future we are going to
:. Boston 3-4, Chicago 11. ""- came out today. The couple are now show the pictures
tween, the .Belgians and Germans for- greatest program ever -
Smith's
Va. Mr.
in Warrenton, ,
-: along I an extended front. Large numbers Washington.5, St. Louis 8. PAYSTo attempted in the MOVING PICTURE

,f r 1'': :of refugees. are arriving fromTirlemont" Indianapolis Federal Pittsburg League 3. mer Mrs.home.Gambrill, the bride's mother, You read get and full use value Sentinel for your"want money ads." WORLD. Read about it in the

was at Atlantic City, and, during her Cost only a word each inser Post Ladies Home
a penny Saturday Evening
Another dispatch to Renter's from 'Brooklyn-Kansas City; rain.BuffaloSt absence her daughter was stayingat I ,
rr, Brussels says the German advance Louis; rain.. Sudbrook Inn with a chaperon.Her tion. Journal and a few of the other leading
j the between Chicago b" Baltimore 4. -
posts covering region from
mother hastened home
LOST-An open-faced gold watch, magazines.
!' .Gemblqux -and. Jodoigne are being Southern League Atlantic City in dismay upon receiptof with ribbon fob. Return to this
r gradually pushed back before the advance Memphis 3, Atlanta 0. the information, and, it is said, office and receive reward. 8-19-tf
r t" of,Belgian and French.forces.The Chattanooga 4, Nashville 3. is almost prostrated. Mrs. Gambrill
Belgians;and French are now ,Montgomery: 4,Birmingham L. inherited a large estate, valued at LOST-Bunch of keys, probably one iiiiimimmi
in close junction and in contact with Mobile 7-1 New Orleans dozen including postoffice key.
37. her father, Gabriel
$1,150,000, from
Finder leave. at Sentinel office. T. F. HOURmAN
,. the advance lines of the German South Atlantic League D. Clark. 8-18-3t Gw CO
.
army. Columbus 4, Macon 1., Mrs. J. Charles Linthicum, ,the Licensed Plumber and
O - i Albany 1-3, Jacksonville 0-0. wife of Congressman Linthicum, is If you want'your bicycle fixed ina lis eel Killer Will Sanitary Engineer
HAVE BEEN KILLED Warman's
hurry take it to Repair
O -. Charleston 8, Columbia 3. related to the family bymaiTia i Estimates FurnIshed. jobbing
: ITALIAN, REFUGEES SAID TO Augusta 2, Savannah 1. But little appears to be known of Shop. 12-5-tf. Rid Promptly Attended to.

01. _. the bridegroom-furthe?-than(that he . PHONE 629
London; Aug.,19.-A-dispatch from I Misses Norah and Eileen James was a member of troop A,_Maryland WANTED-Ford 1913 19irtour-' Your house of all i insects.tMTfeSk. .
6l Rome to.the Star says,refugees from will entertain a number of friends on National Guard, and that he,lived at S.lug S. Fmen117Laurel car; mast be cheap.aveSanford Address, 106 Court Street
.r
Madgeburg, Germany, report that Friday evening at their home on Gore the troop headquartersin Pikesville. Fla., 8-19i3t I .l alieai.0 ORLANDO, FLORIDA
.German soldiers fired, on 3,000 Italians avenue. He.is said to be well connected, good "- I
tl ;For saleby ,
e, confined lathe barracks there, looking, and popular with.the.men..of NICE. clean,::1iew1y ,f rBi ttLedre0HaB k.tmi
'kiI&c and' wounding' sixteen, Whether the his The,bride is only twenty Nortlwrn cooking. Tabk board$5 '
I :..eeveii poor are getting poorer troop. and $6, 'wed;'' .Don't forget;the Camrtkrs &Gore
0 ..... some,of .them shouted."hur- I or not the,rich are certainly getting and a favorite in society. Her'fatheris lvapotia.: HI BOOM: .. IlL :

'. ". :' .... . rich r. ill in a'hospital" ,ere.: d". .. '' -_.'. ',., -' o" 8484-w 'Get the news in the Sentinel.first
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