Title: The morning sentinel
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079945/00413
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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 21, 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: VID00413
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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1 Evident that CORPS OF GERMAN THE |Plenty of Evidence
German Army is Waging AMAZONS General Superintendent J.N.Brand, ENGLISH Discovered

BEING RECRUITEDIN !of the Atlantic Coast Line, was a That Increased Prices Are
: : Successful in I prominent railroad official Result of
i Campaign Belgium BERLIN 'Orlando brief who paid English Commerce Being 'Protected Deliberate
'I a call yesterday: morn- Conspiracy
All Able Bodied Men Are i in tu g. He came from Tampa in his and Insurance Rates r

: Official Report From French War Office Says French Advanced Army and German Capital private car and was accompanied by Have Fallen in Past Washington, Aug. 20.
Is Guarded by Old Men Trainmaster L. ;P. Brodfield. After Few Days General -Attorney
ia Alsace But Were to Retire in McReynolds has informed -
p Compelled Lorraine After and spending a few hours here
Boys lookingover the
president that by Friday at the
'f Assaulting Strongly Fortified Positions-Russians the city and the company's prop Washington, Aug. 20.-The British latest, he would have a definite
London, Aug. 20.-The Times correspondent erty they resumed the trip to Jack- here plans
embassy today received from it to
f\1 Have Had Better, Luck and Have Won at Rotterdam telegraphs'' office present for the prosecution of
foreign this those
of the
a statement which he I summary putting up the prices of food
Decisive Victory Over Germans and Repelled says was made j While Mr. Brand did not commit naval and military situation: and other commodities.
to him by a party of Chinese medical himself it is evident from the trend "Since the declaration of It
war the I is known that
men who have arrived in I J the president and
Austrian Invasion Rotterdam, his conversation that the Atlantic fleet has been responsible for the the
i from Berlin. I attorney general are in accord
| Coast ii
I Line contemplates extensive safety of the !
expeditionary forceaswhich i to the severity of the
t1\ "When we left Berlin, Saturday i improvements here in the punishment _
Paris, Aug. ,20.-(Special.)-The war office has issued only one night," says the statement, "the city 1!. "From a business standpoint near," saidMr. France completed on August its disembarkationin 18, which wa I. to who be are meted charged out to with the conspiratorss :

ff, brief ,communication today. It said: was in the hands of old men and boys. J Brand, "Orlando is one of the effected in perfect order and withoutcasualty. i tage of the people's needs.taking advan-
1 Not an able bodied man was to beseen. 1 Best towns on the entire Atlanticoast .' The attorney ,
"There are important developments in in Bel- I
progress All the general now is seeking to dis-
bridges were guardedby < Line system of several thousand
"The work of
the in the
l gium. There is nothing new along the front in Alsace Lorraine" boys of about fourteen years of miles through half a dozen : and elsewhere navy in safeguarding Atlantic i I provide cover whether jail the existing statutes 1

An official communication issued late last night said very large age, who stood with fixed bayonets. states. Apparently you have no dull the trade routes is best exemplified Evicted,i of such sentences for those con-
conspiracy. If
forces of Germans were, crossing the Meuse between Liege and "A fortnight bridge was ago badly the damaged Friederichstrasse '1 season here, and Orlando is alwayshustling by the fact that at Lloyds yesterday i I such statute exists, it is said the president no-
by and busy. We enjoy doing the war risk rate fell to forty shillings will
.Namur. a Russian bomb. We ourselves saw 1 business with the j urge an amendment to the ;'
people of this
cent. for almost law
per which '
i any voyages II j will swing the
the open doors
damage done. '
To the announcement of the fall of Brussels the official statement and have,fewer complaints from here of British vessels, whereas the of the federal penitentiaries in
"A corps of Amazons is being|1 than from most places. Evidently the such J
rate to insure freight of
corn, paidby cases '
added the following regarding operations in AlsaceLorr raised in Berlin, leaflets having been
|]people are too busy with important steamers from the United States I Special' agents of the
ine: "Our''troops have met with brilliant success.in Alsace, distributed calling the women to affairs! to annoy and harrass the railroads to a British port, is thirty shillings j it :is said, have found combinations department to,

.especially :between Muelhausen and Altkirch. arms."A week with trivial complaints.. per cent. |I boost< prices of many commodities.
ago an attempt was madeto Mr. '
Brand complimented the city "The German fleet outside the Baltic [- These include
'"The Germans retreating on the Rhine left in our hands many blow up the bridge of Zoologische I upon its enterprise and progress in is confined to harbors. England's' I I wheat, canned goods sugar, meats, flour,
a prisoners and 24 guns six of=which were captured after a sharp Bahnof without su'cce s, a Russian the way of municipal improvementsand commerce is almost normal. German !i In many cases the evidence cotton goods. A

spy being sabered by an officer. predicted a great future for the sea-borne commerce is paralyzed. I clear that appearsso
struggle: 'with. our. infantry."In "The German, soldiers look fitand' government expects
very city. He is confident that Florida will {
"The only casualty is the loss of. little trouble in
Lorraine the,day was less fortunate for us and our; advance are splendidly equipped." have the greatest tourist season in the light cruiser Amphion, blown up I.i and convictions.obtaining indictments

troops found''themselves faced by exceptionally strong positions, : The correspondent also says that its history the coming winter and by a mine after having sunk the German i I 'The pre! -and-caUMet were informed i
Anthony J. Drexel of :
Philadelphia, that
share largely in the
' layer Koenigen Luise. One .
: ,,...'and 'forced, by a 'counterattack: they have fallen back on Sell]l e who motored through from Baden J influx of northern visitors. He spoke German submarine has been sunk in I{that; the investigation today by Mr. McReynolds
and from Maine ", Baden, was emphatic in declaring highly in of the so far had pro- '_
to the Rhine. t praise beauty and the North sea. j I duced evidence
showing deliberate '
v; that
extraordinary civility was shown M attractions of this place to visitors "The military position is as follows !j I tortion; and ex-
to all foreigners, English included, at unwarranted increases in
from the North, and said that it was
one of the most delightful 'places in "The German forces at present exTwo! measures looking to the

'London, Aug: 21, 5 A. M.-(Special.)-A strong force of Ger- U. S. MARSHAL VISITS ORLANDO ;Florida for a winter home.. tend from north of neighborhood' i i I bility of the stoppage of all exportation possi-- ;

',man cavalry,has occupied Brussels. ,An official announcement to. Basle through Liege to a point in ,;! of foodstuffs from the United :
Hon. J. C. Brown, United States ', September magazines. Latest music Belgium to the east of Antwerp and: {i Stares as the only means of
bringing '
,this effect has just'been made. Strong German columns are following marshal for the southern district of New titles in that 50c. library near"the Dutch 'frontier. Out stand. down food prices have been intro-

.' up the cavalry. Florida, was a prominent visitor inn I books. Daily war news. Curtis & ing features of the operations I! duced in the house. Representative

,The Belgian fortes have fallen back upon Antwerp without e the city last night. j O'Neal, next postoffice.GOVERNM'T present has been delay caused upthe i i Keating of Colorado proposed an f
-, contemplated German offensive across.the ;.: amendment to the constitution
t gaging' the occupying force. Meuse, by the defense of Liege; !i! congress the power'to levy !
an export :
OWNED MERCHANT- where the forts are still intact. It ,:;: tax. Representative'Vare of ',
has permitted the orderly mobil Pennsylvania
:; tion and concentration of French i in g the president
London, Aug. 20.-(Special.) According to MARINE FAVORED IN SENATE power to stop the
-. a news agency dis- army and British expeditionary j i export of foodstuffs, clothing, foot-

jratch from St. 'Petersburg, on August 17th, on the eastern fron forces. German troops have now 'I I wear, arms and ammunition of war t

Wa.. hinO'tnn, .AnO'.... ? _{(:! ",,;... \ ... .. \.. =_____u _ crossed the Meuse both aboveHal and at any time ;
Hier, several Russian columns assumed the offensive. ----cw- "V'-\IoJt''''' 'U'J- 'U.IU ova WG ls:uance 01 ranama la :
TheyFrossed ; below Liege and are gaining so nej
f Reports from officials
The senate committee on commerce bonds to the extent of $30,000,000 to and special !
the frontier,and engaged the enemy in a decisive battle today ''favored finance the company and its ground slowly westward but their advance I agents, who have investigated the
government purchase opera j I
all along the line On 18th tions.It cavalry has been continually I rise in food prices since the
and 19th the battle European
; continued
... . .. of merchant vessels at a cost of about checked by the Belgians. 1 war began 5..
is understood to flood the department
length of time -
vitli the result that Russian troops occupied Lyck. An Austrian: $25,000,000, and the senate and the the government will operate vesselsis "In the south, where the Germanarmies of justice today.

i division, of infantry'attacked Krastnik but was forced to retreat house commerce committees both re- not definitely stated, the intention are apparently on the de fenA; special agent working in the Mid ,
ported favorably the administration sive, the French are advancing on a dIe West telegraphed that
with heavy losses., being to let it be guided by cir Cm' he had
long line into Alsace and Lorraine, found
measure,providing war risk insuranceof stances. a evidence that sugar producers i
Lyck is an important German town about'twentyfive miles I merchant vessels. These were the The president believes the vessels great extent of which they now occupy and refiners had combined to raise :

,from the,border. developments of the day towards the should be permanently maintained after driving back in several engagements prices. Another announced that 'a #

-- .f operation of merchant marine. and operated by the government. So the troops opposed to state association of flour producers %

1POSTMASTER O'NEAL HAS RE- I The senate committee expects tomorrow long as they are needed for the purposes them" was issuing price bulletins, and that

TURNED FROM TRIP TO P PY ROBABLE BREACH C Of to consider the details of the of trade they would be kept in evidence gathered showed that theorganization's

plan for the purchase of a fleet of the freight, service and after thatthey ': prices are followed by ;
Y CANADAHon. 'government vessels to carry the products i would be employed as auxiliariesto THE[ NEUTRALIPL1 t I the individual millers. ;-
NEUTRALITY( of American farms The department
and factories the navy. got from a whole- ,
W. R O'Neal returned yesterday abroad. At the sale firm a circular letter issued
of by
hearing the house commerce s rrs [NGlAND. a
after an absence several weeks !r The administration plan provides, committete on the war risk in- !!spool cotton company of New York
:Jpent in, Canada' and the middle west San Francisco, CaL'Aug. 20.Fire .for the organization of a corporation;r surance bill today,Representative Un- announcing a 20 per cent. advance in

states. Daring his attendance on the in the hold of the German steamer I with a capital stock of $10,000,000,,'[derwood said he didn't believe war Washington, Aug. 20.-England responded prices on numerous lines of spool cot-
annual convention of the Knights of Mazatlan yesterday revealed to J. 0. the majority of which will be owned 1 risks would cost the government a today to Secretary Garrison's ton effective August 15th-this in i i

Pythias in Winnipeg, Canada Mr. Davis collector of the port, what he by the government and the remainder||dollar, the premiums more than meeting request for neutralization of Germanships spite of an abundant cotton crop and '
O'Neal was elected one of the nine believes was a plan for coaling at sea sold to the public. Provision is made! the losses. bringing Americans from Europe greatly curtailed exports.

members ,of the board of control ofthe the German cruiser Nurnberg with but the reply was not sufficiently A report from Kansas City, Mo.,
insurance branch of that order the remainder of 1,000 tons of coal said that retail ,
a explicit and it was decided to make grocers there had
)rttsition. ,of high honor and one whichhe ,! purchased by the German govern- SUCCESSOR TO POPE PIUS X WILLBE further inquiries of the British foreign formed an association to control

will fill ,with credit to himself and ment for the bunkers of the cruiser office. prices. A charge that a large combination ,

the order. Leipzig., ELECTED AT EARLY DATE "The tone of Great Britain's response of drug stores has raised :
At the conclusion of the fraternal After the 575 tons allowed by the is favorable," said SecretaryBryan prices 100 per cent. on various arti-

gathering in Winnipeg Mr. O'Neal government to be loaded on the Leipzig -- "but the matter is not entirely cles is being investigated.

'' visited, a number of points of interest II was put aboard a few days .ago Washington, Aug. 20.-(Special)- erything possible has been done to facilitate completed." :
in the north. the remaining 425 tons was loaded A conclave of the sacred college of I the passage through.the war A condition imposed by the British SISTER OF POPE DEAD, RESULT

'He' was in Winnipeg at the time aboard the Mazatlan, ready to sail cardinals to elect a successor to Pius centers of ,all cardinals bound, for government to admission of a German !; OF SHOCK y
England declared war against Germany yesterday for Mexican ports with a X. will not be delayed by the Eu- I Rome. relief ship to British waters was -

and witnessed the great patri4ie cargo of general merchandise.. The ropean war, according to cables from I I Three American cardinals will at- that it should fly the American flag Rome, Aug. 20. (Special)-Anna
demonstrations in the Canadian fire, which was easily put out, was the Vatican received at the papal legation i tend. Cardinals O'Connell and Gibbons and be manned by American offi Sarto, sister of the pope, died tonight 'jcersat

cty.ENGLISH. discovered while the Mazatlan was here tonight. will leave as ,soon as they can The purpose is to prevent disclosureof the Vatican, as a result of shock
"t r lying at her 'dock and the fact,that The Vatican_ has received assurances i engage passage. Cardinal Farley is defensive plans of British harbors caused by the death of her brother. '

GIRL SLIPPED INTOVIATOR'S' the coal was stowed on top of the from England, Germany, I already in Europe and, will start at to German seamen.
CORPS general cargo, in closed bags, led authorities France, Austria and Belgium that ev-,'{:once for Rome overland. TENNESSEE ORDERED TO HOOK

i ___. to suspect an attempt to replenish = RUSSIANS CAPTURE GERMAN\ OF HOLLAND

the supply of the Nurnberg. NEARLY 15 FORCESt. Washington, -Aug. 20. The
;:Dijon,' ,France, Aug. 20.-French That warship is reported cruisingnear REm.GEESIREACH j Tennessee cruiser
gold for
gendarmes, today stopped a w near the coastCollector Petersburg, via London, Aug. of Americans relief
( in
who, disguised as a' man; had leftwith Davis ordered the 'MaI 'N. Y ,FROM WAR iZONE 2Or-A body of Russian troops, according to sail from Falmouth Europe,,England was ordered

group:: ,of Pan aviators for the I I zatlan held' until a complete examination [ to an official communication day for the Hook of Holland. to
war. She was':wearing a military can be made. i. given out today, has occupied Gum- .7.
New' York tary Garrison, who -
Aug. 2e- ) ordered the ship .
aviator's 1 this afternoon - uniform and had cut her say they binnen, twenty miles from the Russian held until
hair short, It. found she THE WEATHER liner LaFranee, of.&e French line compelled to' _pay as 'high' frontier arrangements for her re-
was was = as of east Prussia,
% capturing in
; ception the
I from Havre,with-1,474 A Ii erican waters of ;
ref- belligerent
I [ for ,
English :cabm
'an :girl, transportation.
aged t tiShe Florida: .Local thunder showers at the same time twelve Germanguns nations
will,be,,cent:back to ber. '" i fagws frea" the rut aooe of l Earof* The),passengers:: 'we e'\lor,'&e..most and, number were completed, said she
Friday and a' large of
,Saturday. -
: .
'''' Jj'<,...,; ', -".,. ,:: ,aWrfrttdMd her pier: *t five ott *j pslrt minus tfeeir '; ... probably would go to Rotterdam and
F1 "'''''" :-.o _:,;- : : ':' ' , ._ :... .-,' '. ,'.- ><'- ,.-.,:..', .., -.j... ',_ hme... ers.; ,' :: return.,to Falmouth by August 25.,
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t f SOCIALISTS_AND THE WAR for the Krupps. Liebknecht in effect I(I of peace, was vigorously opposing' ..
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/ .- charged both the armament manufac- war. His, assassin was a student, .... .. .

'Socialism? _is fundamentally opposed turers and government,officials,with supposed to be a Russian. 'Y
4 *o'war and the begiaaing of the}'great. high'treason;and he made his charges Like Liebknecht, Jaures was the
'European:struggle witnessed the as sov specific that he forced. the warminister.to bitter foe of imperialism, large

''a8eiD&tion.. Jean:Leon Jaures, Socialist ; admit that.a part of the standing armies and compulsory military W. M. SLEMONS
leader'idFiaace, and one of accusations were true.: service, and he was almost as

3 i ,the:,world's, .greatest opponents ofarmed laebknecht's expose created a sen obnoxious to the Kaiser as is the Ger-
conflict 'and bloodshed., ,This sation. There was a long debate in man Socialist leader. In 1905 a sen-
"actual _occurrence was followed by the reichstag, which resulted in several sation was caused in France and Germany .
:the publication ,in a London laborperJ Krupp officials and minor at- by the refusal of the Kaiser to

the,"Citizen," of a, report that taches of the war office to be placed permit Jaures to deliver an address to
!r. Earl Liebknecht, the Socialist on'trial for treason. They were convicted the Socialists in Berlin. Jaures was Money Raising Sale l
; leader,in:the German reichstag, was and sent to fortress prisons for to 'have spoken on the task of the
executed for refusal to 'do military I shorf terms. socialist democracy in the preservation -
t '; based of the world's and the
duty. The story was entirely I "German companies are selling peace solidarity .
1 on 'a.rumor circulated by a' German I arms to Russia, .still another firm of the international proletariat
refugee in London and has not been largely capitalized with French The speech, published later in
+ confirmed, to moneyis Ger- Jaures' newspaper, "L'Humanitie," 18th
furnishing armor plate August to August 28th.
' All.of the stories of German mal many, and all these companies are engineering was a powerful appeal to Socialists
i# treatment ,of Socialists have to adopt a common program against
come 1: from French and English sources and contracts," was one of the stirring militarism and the capitalists and to f
work together for the of
have lacked verification. cause peace.
speeches made by Liebknecht in them
A It declared that if France,
Jaures, leader of the Socialists reichstag,and the present great waro Germany
the French chamber of deputies, was is pointed to by the Socialists as in r Great Britain went to war with Come and See What You Can I
either ,of the other powers, it would Save.
shot to:death by an assassin ,July 31 a measure justifying the leader's re
prove a great disaster to the whole
before France declared war and while marks.
+ world, each country being necessaryto
F the Socialists there were vigorously'urging Last June Liebknecht threw another
civilization and each having a noble
pee I bomb into the camp of German officialdom aim. w. M. LEMONS

When the war scare came to a headwith by declaring through his Jaures was born in 1855 and en

L Austria-Hungary's declarationof newspaper. that German titles werebought tered politics in 1885, but not as a
1 hostilities against,Servia, the Socialists and sold. He alleges that Socialist. He was a Republican then. ORANGE AVENUE
y in the'French chamber and there was in Prussia regular traffic
He was elected to the chamber of ...1.111.1 . . ._ ., .... .
fc the German reichstag, in both o fin titles, on a commission basis, and deputies on his first candidature. It ' ., +tttt..OIIII.teI
: .J.whleh, legislative bodies that political that any honorary titles might be obtained was not until his defeat for reelection 1
' party has considerable representation, with money. He stated alleged .. .
Y .
:; in 1889 that Jaures became a The Edge-Dowling Lumber com- .iitlMMIi
: r* ,were opposed to war Liebknecht and facts and named names,.to prove Socialist. In 1893 Jaures A 5MHIMiMtttHilMfttte HMtHIHMI
was returned pany are going to establish a new
Y Jaures, Socialist his assertions and he made his
leaders their
: respective -
( to the chamber and became
sawmill for their concern in Lake
\ parliaments,threw all their charges .so' strong that there was an We Will
i Put
, h : J T one of the Socialist leaders. In 1899 county at an early date. The com- the Reinsof
influence balance official Rumored
in the for investigation. prosecutions
peace. he .failed of re-election. He was re- pany will have d force of about 150
. *' In France" the Socialists held out I! though, failed to materialize. elected in 1902 and from that time men at work on their 44,000 acres of Success
; & to the end, against conflict In the until his delh was almost continu- land for several years. in Your
:I;: *? reichstag, the:majority of the Social- Throughout, his career Liebknechd a ously in the chamber.
,' i : .ist deputies finally came over an has been the foe of militarism and j Hands
]y'voted the demanded imperialism. He wants to abolish the
= war appropriation I Cold water bathing is considered till 11111 11111 11111. III I"I .
\ "f, by the Kaiser. monarchy and establish a democratic very healthful in summer, although How
:; Y Dr.:Karl Liebknecht, editor of:"Vor- I government in Germany. He wants many people consider it dangerous to By furnishing you witha
{ ;y'waert," the leading Socialist newspaper I to reduce the army and do away with take any of it internally. I THE[ NEW[ GRAND perfect Fertilizer. Let
\ l i ourrepresenta-
of Germany, has nearly all his compulsory, military service.
| -'life. been mixed,up in some sort of I The assassination of Jean Leon Takes Off Freckles tive call on you. He will give you a
a; altercation,with the imperial government Jaures was one of the most sensational HOTELAbsolakly
.i'' ; In,October, 1907, he was I al incidents of those tragic days >n Removes Tan. Ii formula that will make and mature

.. ',0. land .sent to 'a' fortress prison fort which the great war had its begin Beautify your complexion. Get your fruit
eighteen months for the publicationof ning. He was dining in a restaurantin rid of those freckles. You can .
| a addressed to the forest SOc in of First ClassRooms
youth the Rue Montmartre, by an open a jar was
' of Germany; in.which he advocated a I window. From across the street SON'S FRECKLE CREAK

|f general military strike as a means of came two shots and Jaures fell ,forward and cases they'll may require disappear.two Severe jars with bath, hot

1-* preventing' war. For.this he was accused I with both bullets in the oo more. We positively guarantee and cold water.

=%\; a'highly of high sensational treason.one.Last 'The. trial was of evidently'well his head. The planned assassination, for Jauresoften badS to natural this isn't, and beauty fully if restored.,your we complexion agree to to refund your Summer Open year rates round. T m rn F rtm r Co.ORLANDO .

year Liebknecht was again in ate in the place and shortly money without argument. And in addition. through J
the limelight WILSON'S FRECKLE CREAM is a fine, fragrant and Phones: Office 32, Plant 31
gf by charging in the reichstag before he was killed a telephone message toilet cream. Doesn't cause hair to grow August September. J FLORIDAMMtlllllllMlltMBiitlMtliltfMlflllllHIHiein
that'the officials of the ward and does positively remove TAN and
e- 'to the cafe asked if he were FRECKLES. [
Try at our risk. Prin.Ssent -
f partment were bribed by the Kruppm there. The assasination took place by mail if desired. Mammoth jars $1.00. ?
gun kers to hand over Germannilita while France was debating whetherto Freckle Cream Co., Charleston S. c., makers. ' 723lmTHIimtHMMMIIMMMf !
secrets, and to get busineX111 ss go to war. Jaures, as an exponent Pot sale by 1- Rubber Stamps made to order at "It Pays to belong"-to the list of
F Warman' \Repair Shop. 12-5-tf.Sentinel want advertisers.

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matic handling of rentals and leases, both residential and business.

We are now in a position to render efficient service to everyone desiring to lease

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}. In order that this be of the
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: one having property for rent or lease to list with us immediately. Immediately [be-

cause calls are constantly being received and first come must be first served.

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

TO APPRECIATE the superiority of system over confusion and service over luck,

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We pay for the advertising of all properties listed with us.

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THE MERE ANNOUNCEMENT of this event should be sufficient to pack our store until all surplus lines are cleared
You know the principles which guide our business. Excess stocks must be cleared out in the season for which they were purchased.

i You know the quality of the merchandise we sell. You know that when our made that
now, the saving chances
available as advertised. Why are we selling good merchandise so much cheaper S&JTHE are selling any kind of goods are

YOWELL-DUCKWORTH CO. sells no goods of poor quality, nor of uncertain service, at time. that
any Everything
into go out among the ,hundreds! of patrons of the store, carries a warrant of satisfactIon, whatever the pnce. Also comes

: beyond the.ordinary, and include goods of a higher perfection than other stores regularly show- our assortments go

At-a season's start-off, our merchandise is marked what it is worth, plus a rightful profit.

{. pricing. As the season wanes; remaining goods are; forced out, regardless of price, profit and Anyone worth to can attest to the fairness of our
an into the
prevent overlap
newer style penod. We are engaged the forcing out process now. Any store can talk of
Yowell-cJworth Store can snow both. paper quality and low prices. The




.' _ MESSELINES; full yd. wide, EXTRA EXTRABeautiful EXTRA
a beautif al line of colors to Ladies 'Patent Gun Metal
!1 choose from, the regular $1.00kiBd fancy CREPES in Tan and White Buck Colonial 0
.. .. .... ........ 69c WOOL DRESS GOODS Values Ladies' GOWNS made of Nainsook CQ '
... .. stripes and plaids and 40 inch Pumps, $3.50 value......... *. "
? up to $1.00 Dolly Varden Voiles, 35 and Lace, trimmed, 75c value
50 cts. values

..,.* I line of patterns, value up
: .,,, nest,Grade. Work< Pants.It.. 93c EXTRA EXTRA EXTRA to 25(., your choice.... .. ... lOc II

f _*_______.
' 11}.0'; Best. Grade. Overalls .,...-.... 93c SILKS in plain and fancy pat Ladies' HOSE in plain and CREPES in Floral-- designs SacDIEN'S HOLE-PROOF HOSIERY -
terns worth up to 50c ,fancy' colors, the best 50c values all colors, extra special 1ge ,
cle Sam Work Shirts' 45C 19 ,cents quality,- T
JJ. 25 cents 15 cents Flaxons, in plain and fancy
white checks, stripes and figures -
pw 35c. value .... .. .... ... 17c
; CREAM ;SERGE for Wash ,
'? Skirts,looks
eWOOI,30iilehes12y.e :
:)a. wide_ 25c EXTRA I LACES, Big lot of Val and
.x Torchon, in edges insertions J
.1 'TOWEL BARGAIN Heavy. 12 l-2c. and loc.; values. .. ... . 3 c X
;{' heimed hock, size 18x36, LAWNS IN .PLA WHITE and COLORS
;! ,ular 15 cent.quality ...... reg7y.e RIBBONSin plain and
India fancy,
LinonPajama Checks, and a value'up to 50c., your choice' . 25c

.I colors DRESS, checks GINGHAMS, stripes,in plain and, good staple Gingham, 10c. and 12 l-2c. 5c.

'n plaids; 10 cent quality..... ... 7 y.c values, this sale MEN'S TAN and GUN METAL 2.89
1 OXFORDS, $!.OO values. ..

: UMBRELLAS for Ladies and Men, 98e PERCALES, full yard wide, splendid
: t $-LSOvalne II II.II..II II. ,..II.. designs, regular 12ftc quality.... 81.2c SECOND FLOOR .CLEARANCE SALE PRICES
in Voiles and
: PARASOLS in white and fancy, of Bleaching, full yard wide, Q1'98
3 -values op to $2J>0.,.............. 85c ..quality, 11 yards for.. ....12ftc..... -$1.00 Crepes, $3.00 and $3.50 value .... 1 Quartered Golden Oak
BLEACHING, full : LADIES' KIMONAS, made of silkoline alai Price $65.00, Sale Price.-.V53.
j '.CHILDREN'S SOX, plain and fancy, 15c yard wide Regu 11.00 $1.00 vanle...:............ 48c98c
'h lar lOc .... 1 Quartered Golden Oak ,
'i 25c value ....................... quality 12 yds. forPAJAMA II. $3.i$25< 98
l CHILDREN'S SCHOOL DRESSES, value, for .................... .
CHECK, full yard wide,
: I\ CHILDREN'S- -SOX, plain; and fancy, lOc Regular 15c qualityEMBROIDERIES .... ........ 9c5c made of Gingham,$1.2S,$1.50 value :2 Quartered Golden Oak Buffet, $274 ')
'|' 15c .quality ......._........,...... II CHILDREN'S value ..........................$ O.98
in Edges, Bands MUSLIN DRAWERS,

Y//.LADIES'' HOSE, Black, Tan and 19 C and Insertions, values up to 15c for embroidery trimmed,25e,35c. value 19c 2 value GOLDEN.....OAK.......BUFFETS.........,..'.$25.. .19.98
..... ...... ..
i White- 25e value . : One large lot LADIES' DRESSES just oneLADIES' RAINCOATS, ruberized,
'I half the Regular Price. Regular $7.50 quality ........... $498 1 GOLDEN OAK BUFFET, $2250C!< 16 98
value ....................II... .

$3.00,value ......:................ $1.98 LADIES' SILK WAISTS, in white $1.50 and and $2.00 quality.. .,1.00 value '......................... !S11.49
and pink, with Organdie collar and One lot of Ladies' Trimmed 'Hats, $1.50 GOLDEN OAK DINING '
$3.50 value ...:- .':......'........... X2.15 cuffs, great value at $L50, at..... 98c ..worth up to $15, your choice.... $2.25 CHAIRS ....................... $1.19
< CHAIRS $1.49
LADIES' HAND BAGS in plain CHAIRS ....................... $2.00
White, $tOO value.........._..... 25c Flour has gone up in price,but we having pur Snow Drift LARD 10 Ib. pail for... $1.20 Closing out ,OUT Rugs to make room for our
chased a large supply before the advance, enables large Fall and Winter Stock.
BATH TOWELS, the Everlasting us to make prices much under the Market Snow Drift LARD, 4 Ib.,pail, for.... 48C 9112 AX3IINISTER, value

; Had. l rcem., ,40c quality..... 29 C Value. Sale .....................$25.50'$17.99
1 Pound can Royal Baking Powder. 38c
INDIAN Serv-Us Brand Flour Fancy Patent: 3x12 VELVETS, value $25.00, Sale..14.49
LINEN, 32 inches wide, 10'I Cindrella Brand PEAS, extra fancy

sheer mercerized finish,-15c quality 98 pound Sacks....----------$340 20c value ....................... 13c Sxl2. 9 WIRE TAPESTERY,

BEDSPREADS. large size, Marseilles Or per dozen...................... $1,549x12 .. $18.00'$12.98
-:pattern- $1.50. 'i......... 119. pound Sacks...................$1_.7S TAPESTERY, value $14.00, @Q QO
Cindrella Brand TOMATOES, 2 Ib. Sale *7.70
24 pound .. size, strictly high grade. Special
CHIFFON- ,TAFFETA' SILK, yard 90c. per dozen ________-_____ 87c Rugs of all sizes sincluded in this Sale. ,
wide, stfea&d line of colors, $L50 G
slid $L75_ quality.. ............... $1.19 12 pound 45c Mont Rose Fancy Maine CORN...$1.48 All Draperies sold during this Sale will be
Special per dozen.................t made Free of Charge.

The Yowell-Duckworth Co.

.. Orlando's Largest Store. "Quality_ Did It" '

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;STh: ."SattMlIKHHHIK $15,000 'TO $20,000 I CONWAY NOTES :::: y:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: : : ::::::

.. The proclamation that President
Conway, FUu, Aug. 20-Our school
AMD.WEEKLY Writing in "La Science and La Vic," Wilson issued yesterday Is an eloquent opened August 2nd with a good

,J08UH FMHHfl, UUr u4 Ova.itond General Percin, of the French army, and patriotic appeal for selfrestraint attendance.. Mrs. Hickson,very of Apop-

. at.UM ptMtoffVw at',Orlando, Florta figures the cost of killing 'a 'man ,by and self-control on the part ka, is the principal, and Miss Frint, -V V"l
,: M feeoad Clue 'Matt.. latter.r modern ,warfare. of*;; |U. +American citizens. . I of 'Gatlin, assistant. Both of these
The cost of killing a man is obtained As the president well says:\ .. ladies and
c : are very capable are main
3 ( *8UBSCMPTION 'JUTBflBafly by dividing the total cost of a "The people of the United Statesare ,taining
a quiet, school. Mr.
H 1 .Year ........,1.........,........00 war to of,the belligerents by the drawn from many nations, and orderly 1
J .Daflj C MoatU .,.,........;....:...;. UO any I Miles Simmons is supervisor and willdo
Daily; J Months .;........... ........- L2JOafly number, of men 'killed on the other chiefly from the nations now at war. everything to assist I'
,, 1 Month ....:...!.............. .60 side., jit t is natural and inevitable that I possible them
I ; there
; i in their duties.It .-
id 'Weekly, 1 'Year ....................... LM S In 1870-1871 France spent $400- I should be the utmost variety of sym- I is reported that Mr. Charles'McI -
o. 'f Weekly' ,Month, ...........,.......... ;?iTO 000,000 in the actual expenses of the pathy and desire among them with Quaig has sold his Conway property, i. 0 :

,f I war. Repairing materials and giving t regard to the issues and circum I consisting of two groves and eighty ('
.: Ii ADTOtTISBBSs succor to the victims of the war expenses stances of the conflict Some will of woodland for
acres nineteen thou i '
:'i I -.' that are justly to be added, |wish one nation, others another, to I sand dollars. We have }'i
> learned
.097 far fc.l>f and aD fciktt' kutMtfartWiif ., ... x- ,
'succceed in ,
the .
cost another momentous :
,* v nut be kanfcd tact tk, toiaeM $200,000,000.France I struggle.It names of purchasers. The large t, >) '
'sties af tke Satiael Mt later tUa 2 .. will be excite t : '
i' m. paid,$1,000,000,000 as war indemnity, easy to passion and ,grove is located on a beautiful lake :
c. :f. tiM *tr Man paUkatioa. Thl rate applies
t. f It'dtfMts fcr CMtraet adrertbUt: it II plus I another $400,000,000: in intereston difficult to allay it." 'and consists of fifteen The
:' ; r' favtrislM.had. rill at strictly attend to.SdMcribep the sum, loss of revenue, forced This wise counsel can not be too smaller l 0
I grove five acres .is near
: l contributions the, and often repeated it is fair 0
by enemy upIkeep ; yet only to the site of the '
brick :
? desiring The Sentinel ,discontinued proposed road :: : :
: t.! should Bptify. the office In writing en of the German army of occupa- I say that the great body of citizenship and the owner intends to build a resi- : ; ': ;-
Kvii the date of expiration, otherwise it will be tion. This third category of expenses !r whatever its various race ties dence. Y.:'. .
rationed at the rerulir mbscnptton rates, y;
i,;; v&ta notice to atop II received. < not being inevitable in ,all wars, can j I and sympathies may be, has behaved Now is the time to secure propertyin .. ... . .
not be included. 4'
properly .
Conway before prices ,:: ; "
go soaring .!
L' J FRIDAY AUGUST 21, 1914. On a similar basis here are some.I At the beginning of the war a skyhigh.Two . .. ..:;:." ,
facts about other wars: I small element of overzealous Germans '
j I petitions are in circulation, :
Russo-Turkish war (1877-1878)), I attempted to coerce public opin- one to build a road through to Gatlin, vF .
bE The score board in this European ion and to
A Turkey $400,000,000. menace with boycotts all another against it. The parties oWning
-'r t game, is not reliable. Russ -Japanese war (1905), Rus- newspapers that censured the devious the land are opposed to the road .- .. i
: = a sia $1,200,000,000.The course of the German autocracy in
going through their property, whichis
? ,The,Arcadia. Daily News is one of number of men killed or who plunging the world into war; but this
, -':.. -- I really_ the only. available__ route._ The___
" 1'11 the neatest and most,carefully' edited I died of wounds in these wars were: I campaign soon subsided. The Ger commissioners will have to settle' no this

I It' newspapers in the state. Franco-Prussian war., Germans 28- I man-American chamber of commerce vexed question.Mr. .
o t has been guilty of scandalous impropriety -
600.RussoTurkish Webb Hart has some fine scuppernong -
:t' ,If anything will cure the food price war, Russians 16- I in its attempt to inflame popu- grapes.

:, : :' boosters a healthy, application of:jail 600., lar sentiment against Japan, but this :Mr. L. Garrett has an abundanceof
; .t sentences, is the proper ,medicine. Russo-Japanese war, Japanese 58- propaganda has already defeated it- Catley guavas.
o { self. For the rest there is no cause
Some of
600.Whence our people are busy making
r k 1 ,We.wouldn't mind going.into a little it results that the, cost of I whatever of complaint. hay while the shines.
,;' I friendly and short war if we could killing each man was as follows: The great mass of citizens of Ger- :Mr. Scott and have
Henry family
k secure a loan the size of the one In 1870-1871, $21,000.In man blood, however ardent their sym- moved from Sanford and are residing

,I .France:wants. 1877-1878, $15,000.In pathies with, the Fatherland, have with his mother at her home in Con- R RV VE !

r 0 1905, $20,400. given no cause for criticism. The way. ...
-t,* i' One New, : York, boy fell six stories What will kill the greatest num- same may be said of the English, i i,,'

Monday and' was not hurt; while an ber 'and reduce the effective force French: Belgians, Austrians, Hungarians .
-- s other fell' :down four steps and will most will be not the rifle or cannon, and Russians. Not only have .
: f.: die from his injuries. but fatigue, typhus or cholera.In they said nothing and done nothingto six. Homemade Cakes. Yowell-

,." J 'o 1870, 380,000 Germans entered warrant complaint, but in the main Duckworth, Co. 8194titllilMMilllllllHIIIM

-;= J It seems. 'to this disseminator of the hospitals. Although they did not I they have given evidence of a reso- .

.->t I news that Woodrow Wilson is measuring die of their illnesses, they were none lute Americanism the significance of

up:weU1with' any (his; predecessors the less made useless for a certain which can hardly be overestimated.The FOR THE
J as'a war president.. time. In the Crimean war the allied columns of the American news-

....:.-. o armies lost four times as many men papers have been thrown open to men
:" ll',. ) 'The' Macon Teleeranh. has had the tJ1'rnnan........ ricoaca.. jjs were.. killed in hatI of all nationalities, and the discussion McCULLOCII'SDepartment .
----- ----- --- - ----- -- --- --- I
i \ temerity to call the German Kaiser a tie. This proportion was 3 to 11: has had a steadying effect upon

fool, an'd"an ultimatum will be forthcoming among the Russians in 1877-1878; it 1 t public opinion as a whole. Men are HI SPECIALSaturdayBargatlis r
.4 l t 'as .soon as:his nibs hears was was only 1 to 2 among the Jap- II!likely to lose some of their rancor Store

,i t= .About itConstantly anese in Manchuria, thanks to their when there is a free exchange of ,

,I. 0 excellent hygiene. I I views, and that is what has happenedin '

driven back:from point o this case. The World, for example -
1'to,point the allies are, at last admitting Hoke Smith staid on the job in 1 I finds a marked change of tone
(t that they are "withdrawing" in Washington and yet carried nearly :! during the last week in the letters it Jelly Tumblers I

-;: f 'ihe'face of the German army in Belgium every county in Georgia. The examJpIe I f has received from readers of foreign

-:.; 't, for "strategic" 'reasons. will cause many a "statesman" j[I I birth. There is much less bitterness- Fruit Jars r J r! i iI

i 1.r 0, who follows it to, retire from public I much less arrogance, much less defiance -
1 All;the.waning.nations of Europe life at the behest of the people. I I much less abuse than in the

1 I except Servia,demanded divine assistance o !,first days of the war.
::; t;, in overcoming their enemies. A West Florida woman was killed While Germans and, French and all ndsPieseing _

\tt 'Seryia.intima that she could lookout i by lightning while washing on the English and Austrians and Belgiansand

.,'f for, herself, and was .less sacriJegious back? porch, according to the Pensa- Russians and Serbs in Europe are
\ than, the others. cola News. Better let the back porch slaughtering one another in the ,most
t, 0. -. remain unwashed.The devastating war of all time, men of ettles HERETOMORROW

.Refugees arriving in New York o those same races are living and work-I :

:\yesterday from Europe had to.pay as Ocala Banner is,publishing an ing in peace and amity under the

;high:;as 1,000 for, passage. A lot of advertisement of "clean swill' for sale. American i. flag. What higher tribute 20 S. Orange Avenue.4HMIIMtMIMIIIIMMMl.
-: ,, ''us ,that. didn't go to .Europe will eat ,Who says there'is nothing new under than this can be paid to the spirit of I

tour-: Thanksgiving',turkey with something the sun? the Republic?-New York World. <. I I Ir !

,, ]vo, be. thankful.for. II I
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J The ,attendance' at the baseball 4 IIIIIIIIIIII. I.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII11111111111111I111111 1111.

_cc |"games'in the big leagues has fallen Present .
improvements not interfering
(, off since, the war began, the fans preferring |

| : to, stand before the bulletin '
j'.boards ,and read the, war news. No with our business.McELROY'S. '

;:doubt that war is a'serious.thing. :ii Ht
i' '
--0---. PHARMACYGive
: J There won't be any question.about

\' the, identity of the next president if MS a Trial QIIck Delivery IB Drags. PHONE 20. Try our Ice Cream..S j

'. Wilson, succeeds in 'jailing ,a few of
I those responsible for'raising the price .

L{ of.our biscuits and the sugar in our I flllilllllinillllllllltllllllHHMIItlMIMiilMIBIIttlMIIIIIIM IIIIIMt

js l coffee and-but.this is a,dry county.
i 0 .

,' J I ,The government. ownership.of mer- ,.:'. }
chant : : ..
marine is
j" ,happy on the'way.. "
|=:Now watch some of the old standpat-. < i,

q I I ters"view'with alarm" the tendency

y ,of the times and "point with pride" JfWflRY fOR THE
'.'.to the achievements of "the fathers"

,without, resorting to any of these .

f"new fangled" notions. For the bride, countless things in Silver, Cut t
'I I
-o- Glass and Fine China. Rare jewels of every de-
J The Ocala Banner has started a
'' state wide 'discussion by mentioning scription.For .

l the shortage of paper money in the Bridesmaids. Ladies of Honor, Flower

,South. ,During more than a year's Girls etc., Bracelets, Brooches, Bar Pins, La Val- ... "

'residence in Washington the writer Tiers, Wristlet Watches, Silver Vanity Cases,
- i never saw a silver dollar and a busi
Purses Card Cases, etc.
house ,
4ness would not think of handing -

s t; 'a,customer a ton or. two of silver For the ushers-Cuff Links, Coat Chains, Two- ,.'

"in' change. Pocket Chains, Full Dress Sets, Gold and Silver .. ,-- ,

i o Pen, Knives, Pencils, etc.
:We had begun to fear that the

heading of the Tampa Tribune would 7': 1 'f ,i ,? Let us help you with your wedding present. ,
1 slide down to the bottom of the front problems.
, '.
- page' or be left out,altogether in or- ,
' der, to'make' room for,the war scare-
yesterday : : f
: .
I the Tribune.head located it is easily '' '" "
-- one of the best papers in the

I 1 United States.,0 D1OKSONIYES C CO. H

;, ,|<' If the United States should declare : I
'war tagainst.. even one of the I
: -,', weaker nations- American' metropol- I I T.H.Evansthe JewelerOPPOSITE

.itan newspapers couldn't'.. find type : DEPARTMENTAL STORfQ
2 I big enough for the headlines A copy.

, o ,of the London DailY' Mail, received ,
..! by Mr. W.:S. Branch, who is a regular POSTOFFICE FAVORITE SHOPPING

.'subscriber, announces England's
;J1 declaration. ' of war against Germany EXPERT REPAIRING ,AND ENGRAVING ,.
? k in ,24-point headlines only two cdsmns PLACE"t
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,f. ,a CHANGE' IN' CARNIVAL LAST NIGHT AT ST. mimmiiiitmmmi .



. :, ;FLA.' tofF. J. G. Pulsi- 2 p. m. and 6:30 p. m.
1 I 1' last night at the The carnival held yesterday afternoon Admission
5 cents
when seen by a 'and evening by the members of U
said that it
i ',,'Mable Sturkey is recovering time before any the recently organiZed'Junior Guildof 'iiMiiiiiimmimiiiiiTODAY'S tY
r Km'her recent illness,.to,the delight in the location of 'the Cathedral parish proved very PROGRAMFour ....
ny friends. if a change is successful-the weather propitiousfor ;.

:,d .ghter; Hiss Agnes, of Apopka,are five years or less The "side shows" held wonders of hills.," in two parts.
:gusts of Mrs.. W. C. Person. not going to be note, the "fat lady" and her companion Eclair. A spectacular melodrama .
.t the "midget," sharing honors in two parts, "The Mask of Afflic .,
: 1 the equipment be tion.
. Messrs. H. D. 'Everett and C. 'S.Mo&wan section of the within one tent, >in charge of Miss Two big two reel features for five . :.;:::'.'(
Forded ,over to' Daytona and one of the Norah James; in another was found cents. ,.
; yesterday afternoon and will probably be ac- "the smallest lady in the world;" Come one, come all. -"'"
return tonight the while the "animal show," the tattooed I Give us a chance to show ,i
: I inspector
...... possible to give man and other marvellous exhibits ORLANDO MAN FIRST FLORI- you the newest styles in
', r. M. M. Parrish, a prominent new equipment. claimed attention.A DIAN INJURED AS RESULT watches.
i Gainesville insurance man, was in the the old equipment fortune teller proved most pop- OF THE WAR We will trade in your pres-
;city yesterday greeting his many and of the new ula, giving cheerful forecasts of future ent watch or movement, allowing -
' fri&ds.Mrs will be filed events. liberal
} Pul- A very attractive lunch counter in It was hardly to be expected that a you a amount.If .
by Inspector
:.C. L.Williams,, who has been with propositions charge of Miss Ernestine Crux and war in Europe would result in the you have any idea of
',on,1 visit to her brother, Mr. M. E. have an equal op- Miss Theresa Warner, held delicious wounding of Orlando people, but it getting a watch we would appreciate -
[ Woks, left yesterday for her home in over the specifica- pies, home made rolls, coffee, sandwiches appears that peaceful citizens of this O the opportunity of
'Jacksonville. propositions. It doughnuts, potato chips, etc., city are not safe from bloodshed and showing you.
I or four weeks all beiff; much in demand. injury. So far as we can learn, Mr. Our prices will surprise .,
Kiss Irene Lancaster left last night decision is made Opposite was another stand where Mack Tallman, the popular managerof you. .
; over the Seaboard Air,Line for Bruns- of the post- ice cream, candy, popcorn, cigars,etc., the Grand theater, is the first man .
, wiclf Gay and Fernandina, Fla., to of the gov were dispensed by Misses Carrie in Florida to be injured as a direct
'visit relatives and friends. Dade, Annie Crux, Lillian Jones and result of the war. Allen&Co
Lena Larson. Yesterday morning when Mr. Tall
: Mr. Roy McCracken, the. popular Ellis left Monday t The confettti and "noiseproducing"table man appeared on the .streets his
. salesman for the National Biscuit Miss Eloise Rob- j was especially popular-the friends noticed that one hand was V Jewelers
, company, with headquarters in Tampa Tuesday they were numerous instruments there sold being well bandaged, and when asked the
' nuns in Orlando yesterday. are now enjoy- I; all put to immediate use, produc- reason he had to admit it was a_ result Reliable
-- I visiting many of.ing a very effective, if not exactly of the war. Mr. Tallman is a D Repairing 11
: :: I. i
., The tide of travel has turned southwar4 for which Orlando 'harmonious, concert. German and naturally his sympathiesare
.and the crowd at the Atlantic --Ocala Star. But in the brief lulls could be heard with the Fatherland and the great
,Coast Line passenger station grows ]'Very genuine music from within the conflict is constantly on his mind. i ..,.
larger upon the arrival of the trains is in Orlando Chapter House, as the Newell orchestra However, he has no intention of returning -i ..: ....' '\,. :-.
from1 the North. called here to I j\ had kindly come, adding greatly to Europe and thought he : V
ry important business''to the evening's enjoyment. With was safe from injury, but he did not .
Mr. B. L. Griffin arrived in Orlando to return to I Mr. Newell were Miss Bertha Dawson have to go home to bear the scars of

last night, 'from' Powder Springs,.Ga., where Mrs. .I at the piano, Messrs. Lartigue, Din- conflict. I
where he had been spending a couple j'j" are spending gler; Ramsdell, Thompson, and Hurl- When he retired Wednesday nighthe
ofw&ks. He will go out to his home burt with their several instruments.A was at peace with all the world
,[ .OCl
in Ocoee this,morning. goodly sum was added to the personally, but being rather tired he
Z. W. Evans will fund for enlarging the Chapter dozed off and immediately got into an tfMMMilMliiliiililHIHiBoneless
Mr. E. H. Tomlinson, a prominent train for St. Louis, House[ kitchen, the girls having rea- argument as to the cause of the war
real estate man from Jacksonville, points in Illinois, son to feel much encouraged over this and the merits of the combatants.
' :was an Orlando visitor yesterday.Mr. with relatives their; first entertainment. During the course of the argument,

Tomlinson. formerly resided in I to Orlando which grew exciting and personal,
Orange county and has" a number of i Mr. Evans' photo BATTLE ON LAKE CHEROKEE one of Mr. Tallman's adversaries expressed -I
'friends in this section that are always -! during his ab- RESUMED AND JANSENVICTORIOUS a doubt as to his veracity.He Chicken Potted Beef
pleased to see him. I couldn't stand that and landed a
heavy blow on the solar plexus of the Potted
Ham Pimento Cheese i
Mr.; R, J.. Brewer, of .Illinois, is a Wilber L. Tilden doubter. The blow was a regular i I
recent arrival at Pine Castle, where the Atlantic City Clerk Carl Jansen resumed knockout and was so painful to Mr. Ij
he has purchased a nice place and intends.to -j I i N. C., I the battle of Lake Cherokee at an Tallman that he awoke- to find that j C Howard's Salad Dressing
,- make his home there. Yesterday I a few weeks en- early hour .yesterday morning, and he had assaulted an iron bed post
< he visited, the county seat and![ Land of the Sky. reports from the scene of battle make and that the knockout had badly Red Wing Grape Juice
in order: to ,keep, in touch with the! W. Tilden, parents him out the victor. He bombardedthe bruised his hand.
for large alligator which has head- Excellent for picnic dinners and luncheon.
happenings Orange subscribed been at that re He has lost none of his patriotismbut :
I quarters in the lake and succeededin
the that hereafter he will
says con-
?.> loading him with a sufficient quan- F Potted Plants Cut Flowers Funeral
-' fine his defense of the Fatherland to Ij !
i tity of lead to cause him to sink with
Mr. A. A. Feizel returned yester- & Trust com- his waking hours, and when it be-
Designs Decorations.
day from an extended trip to .St in and the work all on board. comes necessary to engage in battleit I Wedding
Louis, New York and other large I handsome fixtures will be with something more easily !
; cities, and,will soon reopen the Orlan- morning. As conquered than an iron bed post.
,do Roofing and'Art.Metal Works establishment in place the tile
; ; ,.'which has ,been closed of the bank will Please be at band room at 7:30p. LOST-Small,solid red,female hound. THE SANITARY GROCERY* i
.during his;absence. the painting,alone m. sharp Friday. Taxed and subject of larceny. Re- I
ward for return. John M. Cheney. .
the renovation A. A. PATCH. 8-16-d&w-tf CARUTHERS & GORE
Last. evening while a Sentinel manwaa' one of the hand- \
: in the'vicinity of the postoffice, in the, state. To those people who believe that Eat what you want Phone.200 s
., ie met Mr. Ben Saloman, who ,seemed Eat all you want.
get rich out of wars and
very much pleased.about something.He advertisements are newspapers Take a postscript and forget it. 6&8E. Pine StreetnilllHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIM
He one of 'those old fashioned I the increased circulation incident For sale by all druggists.
is well known to
*yeer ,to year"- smites. The cause of 1 thereto, it might be well to say that '
his joy was,apparent when,.after inquiry it, and sometimes whenever there is an advance in f
was made, he said, "It's a girl,j is left. in the prices from any cause the newspapersare MMIIMItMMIIIIIiiMMIIIMMIHMIMHM MMillMIMMIICM
: And arrived. this afternoon." The Sentinel -i too long it brings usually about the first ones to M IIMIIiiliiMIMIIiimillt >tMMMIMiitlMtlMIMitMMMIMMMMtMRECEIVED ::::
extends congratulations. that it is bother- feel the effects. Wholesale paper
I By mistake houses have withdrawn their price
i Mr" and 'Mrs. Emmett .Robinson I of Mr. M. J. Daet- lists and sent out this notice:, "Ata

, and their house guests, Mr and Mrs.Gustave the Sentinel after meeting of the Writing Paper Man-
and he writes ufacturers' Association, held August
. ,Robertson, retuin-.d last j Va., as follows: 12, 1914, it was recommended, owingto
, evening from a most,delightful.motor I time ago to dis- the uncertainty of obtaining raw
'trip to-Leesburg ,and Orlando. In]I in your materials, that prices be withdrawnand NINETT TIRES
the latter city they left their machine you are still run- that individual orders be acceptedin
ud went by train to Tampa, remaining frequent inquiries accordance with conditions existingat
there sight seeing until yester- nothing more to the time." This affects.nearly every -
,day'morning, when they returned to me busy answer- newspaper in Florida for the rea-
, Orlando; thence home in the car. I so for the love.of son that most of them use large
Every minute,of their trip :was one that advertise- quantities of writing paper in their ,

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you to laugh don't see this one. 4

"The World's Oldest : educational .
Thingsa Keystone \ a

"The Decoy," a. Princess with a dramatic' thrill 1 Y

:4 "Leaven of Good," an appealing Thanhouser drama. ; 1 1fF:

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< ';. %That Dollar Box of Candy and the Pass will: '" be given. away Cook Auto Company!

again tonight to the holder of the lucky ten cent. ticket.

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;. i First Floor, 10 Celts. Balcony, 5 Cents. Children, 5 Celts
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WANTS I /-/umber, Laths and Shingles

's: BIG

Wanted For Sale For
cotama. 25c for one day, ML AIR LUMBER
or f LOO for one week for
0 RUBBER fer Money must, aceeapanj
this column aa BO
made on credit.

)MONDAY ene, two, three and
e.f. Fw buds; Foster Early,. ,
Homosassa Wash-
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Mrs: M.Kahle

_' I:Challenge Sale Price Fount., ___Syringe_______ 2222. 3-13-tf Royal Cement, Agatife Plaster and Perfection Lime
Seamless Fount Syringe One
i '? "Sale. Price: . .. . . . a big bargain.passenger Wfll . - - - - - -
4 Oxford Comb. Syringe, 2 Apply this office. tt.IIIIIICIIIIIIII.IIIIIII.ttttl
t SI Sale Price .. . ... . . +t+
t.c I Duchess Fount Syringe, 2 Statement of the Condition of the i
I Sale Price : . . . . quality heart pine
*J. Tiger. Fount Syringe, See L. N. Lewis 7-14-lmo, 406 Orlando Bank & Trust Co.

. SalePrice __________ ,
Orlando Ffcu ,
exchange Vose piano,
a' J ; WHEN DOWN TOWN, \ for Victrola and At the Close of Business June 30th,1914. 1'
may be seen at For . '...
i P. 0. Box 2. Oakland, RESOURCES. ..

t The CITY I !: to live , Loans and Discounts . . . . . . . . . . . $379,514 36
I "A on country Over-Drafts . . . . . . . . .
good ; address, 400 West . . . . . . 622 34
11 E. Church Street : Stocks and Bonds . . .,. . . . .. . . . . . 26,018 33
r Real Estate, Furniture and Fixtures . . . . 26,637 37
I number of good hard Cash on Hand and Due from Banks . . . . . 291:393: 48
second hand lum- f'.
on or address, Mrs. ,.
CONWAY' NOTES - $724,185 88
Orlando. 8-11-2 J::.-. "

Conway,. Fla., Aug. 19.-Mr. Wal- .RENT ".,h_ Capital Stock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $100,000 00
ter P._Hill died at his home on Sun Surplus and Undivided Profits . . . . . . . 39:961: 35
day morning after a brief illness. RENT Re-Discounts 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . None
s Like a brave soldier on guard he had house; modern, up- Bills Payable . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . None
:.1 remained at his post of duty until the ; on Lucerne Deposits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 582,669 47
last moment Though of a quiet, retiring ., fruit 7-30-d&w-tf.and flow :; Due to Banks . . . . . . . . . . .4 . . . 1,53306
disposition, Mr, Hill possessed ,, ..
0O j5 deserve .of energy and a strong 9 W.office Church spaces street in i -:--. . . -. : ; $724,185 88

\it fcnSracter;; was most devoted to his show you. Pierce Reserve Carried by the Bank . . . . . . $291,393 48
,' family and, friends and a pleasant, 3-29-tf '. Reserve required by Law . . . . . . . 116,533 89
genial companion. There,was a large :. "
; attendance at the services held in the Reserve in Excess of Amt.
Q. Required by Law $174,859 59
Episcopal church and he was laid to
0 rest by the side of his mother, whose gold watch, Deposits on June 30, 1913 . . . . . . . $527,758 01
death occurred ,about a year and a Return to this Deposits on June 30, 1914 . . . . . . . 582,669 49
t half ago. He came to Florida, when a reward. 8-19-tf '
boy.with his mother and brother and INCREASED . . . . . . . . . $54,91148
f' they attempted to make a home in keys, probably one '
r t what was then a wilderness. Later Sentinel postoffice office. key. The management of the Orlando Bank & Trust Co., endeavors
the two brothers were sent away toG to persue a progressive but conservative policy, to be liberal in its
treatment and to adhere to the legitimate lines of '
school and received banking.
.. a thorough, practical
education,' which enabled them 1913 or 1914 tour Accounts of all who desire the_services of a well-equipped and
t 5" be cheap. Address safely conducted bank are cordially invited.
,to compete successfully in the busi Laurel ave., Sanford, '

I t: ness world.important Mr positions Hill occupied under several the 8-19-3t rns :::::':::It' 1 :::11111." '::::II'' ::: .'. .':t". Iffie" ':

government and with private firms. : furnished rooms,
He was a competent)bookkeeper His Table board $5 MMM !
0 brother resides in California, wherehe I Boone. Don't street.forget Mrs.the : :MMtlMMMMMMMtMHIHIMMIIMIMIIIIIIIIIillllH UiiiMiilMIMMftftlMlftftftftftftftftftJiMlimi: :f ft: :: :: :M":: :::::: "

is engaged in ,business. The sympathy i Proprietor. 8-18-1- 1
0 of this community is extended I
to 'Mrs. Hill.and' daughter. Mr. Hill 't't I hand sewing 1
f' had been supervisor, of the school ; head Singers, rota : Mimmoth give K
.n! here where his little daughter attend makes. Will be 1 I $$15
ed until she went to the Cathedral this month. Call :
.' ,school in ,Orlando., The school chit or phone 321. C. B. I 1

;_ 4"i dren- and.their..:" teachers_ I attended. the I ; 8-11-tf : I
service, wmcn took place at .10 a. m. .. -.. .... .. . ,, And
*Monday, conducted by Rev. Henry] I. TION-By competent : tram acltson rille
t 1" Remsen, of St.. Luke's Episcopal f I general nursing, conI:

: ,church; Orlaii4'Mme' .... i 515. Best 8-14-3t refI: Tickets on Sale August 12th, Return Limit, August 30th.

[. CoL Ca -Elwes was interred in II For Illustrated
Booklet and Full Information, Address
,. Conway. Episcopal cemetery at 11 a. for honest prices 1
'1"m.. Monday morning. Many friends deal in real estate : C.
& N R.
_ ;1 and acquaintances in this neighborhood 25 East Pine street I .

where he had resided for a .
number of, years, attended the funeral '
and decorate? :
t service, which was conducted by
keep one youer I"llll l'IIIIIIIOIIIIIIIIIII"I'II II' I I'I' .. . .
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o Mr Allyne, of DeLand, who intoned W. T. Entrican, I tlllllllllll'III 1 IIIII o t lllllll"Olllltlllllll.tt 111.1.<141 < ,
,the,burial service with responses by 1-20-tf( !

tJ; the Five choir sons who and came one daughter from Orlando.were NIGHT 1tll 111 m\\\ m i\ n M,\ imio \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\t\\\\\ ,\\\\\ " ''t"'t'\\tt" '\'\

4 'i.present. and it was .a sad thing to and Store night is at your Prompt s ,
; is remember that the devoted, wife and [ tf :. & yur.m. :
R mother was lying"seriously ill with Ioj
G P no hope of recovery. Cot CaryElwesand and Porto Rico sweet .:
family have'been identified with ; at $1.75 per 1,000.'j
i the best interests of this community Cash. Apopka Plant :
and country and their pleasant, commodious 5-24-tf .4, TheyWereto
home was the seat of hospi 1
't tality. Located on beautiful Lake riders and o lire :
and 40 "
Dudley and surrounded by forest and I at the
,f i
.woodland Jt was a chosen spot for B0t I Aug. 18, to organize -

;,. I 8-15-3t 4, be Married Soon

c3f I:

\:\ Came to us to see what it would cost them to furnish a modern home of
r.I. '" fbur or five rooms. They wanted their home to be attractive and comfortable*

r i n Rim yet the amount of, money which they had available for the furnishing of their

.1.,, .- home made expensive peices prohibitive. '
They spent considerable time with us looking through our large stock.
J Orlando We offered a lew suggestions and gave them some new ideas. They were
much pleased with what they had seen and took memorandums of what they
D BUYERS TO thought they should want.
CiflciBaati .
; LOWER PRICES After around in other '
0.U. looking stores to make sure that they were doing
Effective from August Chicago, the best possible with their appropriation they came back and placed their or-

\1 1,1915 and guaranteed heaver, I ol. der with us. .
tioa. -during that time: EvaisviIIeIii : This is a typical example of hundreds of homemakers whom we are

Touring Car louisville, ky. pleasing.We
Marietta, Ga. : carry an extensive stock of serviceable, attractive homefurnishings
Y Runabout from the lowest which
New York, N. Y. : grading priced are good to the very best. Your appropriation
Oitofc. Afl
F. 0. B.
for furnishing your home may be anything from 175 toioooor more
Futker. w. win .. ..w. to Phila4dpUa.Pa. -you can make the most ot it with CSt
j"r U puctahc vu fact awl.r7 pt sales*Ktlo.. .. St. Ms, .le.

F. ... _1M can between tae abm Fmcisce, Cat
And ikmU w. reaek thus ,n
tin'tare. .*U't tnm Ut te
AanttUSlS) t. wry retail Coast Line Kincaid &
r-". hre car betweea,A i. t 1. Snowden

t'' For ifcuiac fattier p1u.-partkalan of tie Scuta

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i re xch.
,. Phone' any A. C. L Furniture of Character at Popular Prices

: t.-, or Cor. Main
!' and Pine_ Sts. Orlando, Florida
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.' Is the Coolest Place in Orlando -

.''i'::: t mm -r y" We have a fine Chef and serve the "best "

50c meal in

\',. Condensed Specifications
.''; Wheelbase, 112 inches; motor, 3 12x5; ,four cylinders, cast Rooms with bath $1.00.

(", on bloc; unit power plant; cone clutch, selective transmission; I
'- axles-front, I-beam; rear, semi-floating,; single drop frame; 12- : Special rates for room and board by the

:: ; inch brakes, internal and external; springs-rear, three-quarter -
:r elliptic; front, semi-elliptic, under rung; Holley carburetor; 15 : week -

gallon gasoline tank,' carried at rear, pressure feed; German sil- ,

t ver,,V-shaped radiator; nickel trimmings. Standard equipment:
11-inch electric headlights, parabolic reflectors, bullet type side ,

tail lamps, electric horn, pump, jack, tools and'tire
J. B. MAGRCDER & SON, Oakland Distributors

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they are obliged to walk the ties as

,Mr. Henry Tyner made a business though they were at a country cross-
Use Parisian Sage. It makes the
.rip to ,Maitland ,Tuesday.Mrs. roads instead of what is one of Flor Hair Fluffy and Abundant.It .
R. M. Hansel and Miss,Mary ida's most beautiful winter resorts.A is needless for you to have hair I TEN REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD
Tanner returned to Kissimmee Tuesday new depot built on the level of the that is anything short of perfect If
it is falling out, losing color, splittingor
[ afternoon after visit rel- with is
a among tracks an adequate platform if the scalp burns and itches, immediately
itives here! a much needed improvement. get from McElroy's Phar- COOK WITH GAS
Miss Callie McCraney left for her Mrs. Banks, who was so seriously macy or any drug store a 50c. bottleof
|home in Haines City Wednesday ill last winter, is now at Manitou with Parisian Sage-use frequentlythe 1
fiirst dandruff
orning, after an enjoyable visit at her nurse- She is greatly improvedin application removes
invigorates the scalp, and beautifies : ,
|the home of her brother, ,L. Media- health and hopes to be in Maitland the hair until it is gloriously radiant.

ey. this winter. Parisian Sage supplies hair needsis
Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Brown, of Gulf- Mr. and Mrs. George Dearborn perfectly'harmless. It containsthe 1. Convenience 6. Speed
exact elements to moke
port, Miss, are visiting their relatives, have returned from Lake Coma where required
the hair soft, wavy, thick and to
be Parker, Perkins and Wilkes fam they went to look after their orangegrove. make it grow glossy and beautiful. 2. Comfort' 7. Efficiency .
ies. T You will surely like Parisian Sage.It .

Rev. and Mrs. Douglas, of Winter _. is one of the best and most delightful 'i 8. Safety
------ - - 3. Cleanliness
tonics known.'
(Park, were,entertained at dinner Sun-'I .

after services in Union 9. Perfect
17 chapel Regulation f
|at'the home of C. H. Hoffher- ne Cathedial School The Robert Hungerford Normal 4. Simplicity

: Those on the sick list for this week and Industrial School will throw open of Heat

[up to the ,present writing are S. its doors October 1, 1914, for its fall 5. Accessibility
Frank Phillips ( and little Clifford ORLANDO. FLORIDA term. We hope all students will be 10. Economy
(Formerly known u PelKClark School)
Sweet, Both'are.improving.Rev. present on the first day. The build-
; Mr. Douglas, pastor of the I INFERS OCTOBER 7 ings are being thoroughly renovatedand

ptist, church at Winter Park; made
A Boarding and Day School for Girl.. everything being as com-
reached at the Union chapel Sun- Regular and Sped Connet Primary, fortable as possible. Any information 2. COMFORT
Intermediate and Academic Grade*-
iy morning. Taking for his text the Mule-Art-Elocution-Physical Culture concerning the school may be

three verses of the eleventh chapof Domestic and Surronndinr Science*.-.Climate Admirable Healthful Situation had. by writing Mrs. R. C. Calhoun, A GAS RANGE is the greatest producer of REAL COMFORT in the {

Si Mathew, he, delivered an Careful Low Homo. Life-CapaUo 'Teacher Eatonville, Florida. 8-8-Sat.-tf modern kitchen. If you cook with GAS all unnecessary work is elimi
'oyable, helpful sermon and'all who Rates
nated and cooking is made a pleasure. There is no wood to bring in,
,'eard'him felt that; they would better Her. Roderick P. Cobb Bishop Mann To be convinced of the producing
people for having heard these Rector. President I power of Sentinel want ads.-try one. : no ashes to carry out, no dirt and soot to clean up-nothing to do but .

forting words of the Master putbefore -- u __ I Ia "turn a valve and strike a match."

them,in so instructive a way. I II I In warm weather especially, the comforts of cooking with a Gas
Most people want to be good and
[Lost : Range are very apparent, because the kitchen is 'kept "clean, cool, and
everybody would rather be better -
: comfortable" without the slightest effort.
,, than they really are. Why canpot yur.J'II.Jw1
all who profess to be ministers ofthe No heat is wasted to make the room as hot as the oven itself and

[ gospel teach people how ,to be II II the fire is turned out the instant the cooking is done.
how to,be better! For
(good, : a man
Ko:pass judgment upon a fellow man, THE COOK WITH GAS AND BE COMFORTABLE. J 3

[though he stands in.the,pulpit, he is MARKET

but. 'of his place. "Judge not lest ye I

(pe", judged.my"gospel.Christ said but to not teach only Hisways. .toroach Of Cleanliness Of Quality : ORLATtoO WATER & LIGHT CO.

[ ,The day of harsh criticism,
[malicious slander and condemnation FRESH AND SALT MEATS GAS DEPARTMENT

[must draw to a close and ,pass intojthe .
remote,past before' the people of
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[this earth, will: be what they. should Kept under the best sanitary coaditloas. ., i limit M iilMittliMIMIItiltlliltlillllil

[be. In the meantime, we need more Everything screened away frea the flies, and kept fresh .
[instruction. ,in the way to be,goodore
example in the pulpit and inevery and pare. I WE FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES ,1 4Chaileston

[ day life,and those engaged inthe We invite taaptcttea and guarantee satisfaction. We tow AND DO ALL KINDS OF

[ Master's :work that can really dothis everything is ,the Meat IJae.
[ are filling their place and doing $8 $8 I

he 'Master's bidding The PARLOR MARKETH.
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,Dr. C. E Filbert is forming an athletic : "
iJfi: VIA"Clyde
club for the young men and M. Self & Co.PINE r .

youths of this place. ,Many have .

joined and others are cordially urged STREET Line"
to do so. The dub is strictly for theBenefits
DR. L H.
of''athletic training and unIder -
the supervision of the doctor the .
Inost.beneficial instruction can be debended I (SaeeeHor Dr. 0. P. LWMl First Class, Meals and Berth IncludedThis
upon to be ,received. They ORLANDO, FLORIDA

the Athletic.Club of Pine Castle, contemplate i
holding a "field day" on,La-- special rate good on any of the Company's

nor Day in;Aden's grove. Any outBide FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDAGAINESVILLE FOR SALEAT steamers August 22nd to October 17th .
competitors win,have to pay an
FOR WOMEN inclusive.
entrance' fee. Competing clubs willke A
welcomed. Any and all informa- TALLAHASSEE. -

|tk>n' can bl obtained by addressing School College of of Art Music and: Sciences School ;of Normal Expression School;: Return Limit 10 Days ,

equines to Dr. C. ,E. Filbert. ,Per- School of Art; Extension Division; Graduate 8 Colleges and Divisions; Liberal Arts: BARGAINThree
School: Modern Gymnasium.with swimming Law; Engineering; Agriculture; Teachers t '
__ naps the people of Pine Castle will pool; basket ball and tennis courts new and ,College Experiment Station; Extension Division scheduled to sail from Jacksonville :
fcold Labor and modern buildings: beautiful campus; dormitories ; Graduate SchooL Ten new brick build Ships every
a basket picnic Day have all modern conveniences: new ings besides gymnasium, swimming pool and ten acre tracts on Thursday and Saturday at 2 m.
naie of it an enjoyable occasion. The dining room and kitchen most hygienic in I many subsidiary buildings. 61 officers, in- p.
Florida; 418 young ladies from 49 counties. strnctors and assistants. a 4)'O men Orlando and Kissimmee road
sat picnic given in Aden's grove was and 12 states last session. .n 47 Florida counties and 24 States and ;1
Interrupted weather. Wenay TUITION FREE in College and NormalSchool. foreign countries last session. and i I
: two half miles
by stormy
: only one
Bond and entrance fees for the TUITION FREE Board and Entrance Fees,
be favored with fine weather and year 1124.00. For catalogue write $18150 per year. Write today for catalogue For reservations and further particulars apply to
(from the office
EDWARD CONRADL President A. A. MURPHREE President post Orlando.
together lave a pleasant day.
I The Baptist Ladies' Aid Society" i \Vill sell one or all. The H. G. WENZEL, Fla. Pass.. Agent j

will. hold a social Saturday. eveningt I price will double when the :

their usual stand. JOHN B. STETSON UNIVERSITY brick road is laid. Other 122 \V. Bay St. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
Methodist services next Sunday at
LINCOLN MULLET Ph. D., Utt. D., lL D., President small tracts for
the Union chapel, Rev. K. Jones, pas- grove pur- "
r r. ,r y poses at'buying values. Also
..5MAITLAND Send them to Stetson. ,Fall Term Begin Sept.*25. desirable and city ui course mere isnt mum excite- Sentinel subscribers who contem-,
40 Professors and Instructor College of Liberal ArU groves II ment to it. taut the man woo staysat
,.. HEMS 17 University Building College of LawS plate vacations in the mountains or
at that casino
'''"'. -----0. % Acre Campus College of Technology property prices com- nome at mgflt ana plays elsewhere, may have the Sentinel by
I Maitland: that 469 Students Last Year College of Business mand attention. with ma wile is seaoru 10rcea to ,
Fla ,
: ,,Aug. I1.MMM Endowment Preparatory Academy "' mail without any additional expens'*
the, rejuvenation ,of: beautiful! Mait- 23,600 Volumes la: Library ,School School of of Musk Mechanic Arts stand and say"'(Good morning,uage. and the address changed as often a*
$10,000 Pipe Organ
Land,has commenced it is hoped! that 10 Large Laboratories for Science School of Fine Alto Cooper & Atha desired.
the Atlantic'Coast,Line will not overBook Unsurpassed General Equipment Normal School You can't blame an undertaker for
Separate Dormitories for young men and young women. Careful administration 114 So eruge A Crowd filer KEEP AHEADOf
: the opportunity of doing- its and thorough supervision. Christian and not sectarian teaching. ?& loosing solemn wnen you stop to figure
EjEare., Tourists'are put.off the trains For catalog or.Tie ws, for information or for room reservation address t PfeewNe.311 now many aeaa ones are drilling your neighbor by reading th-

Keveral .huldred'feet from' a d2apiHkted JOHN B. STETSON UNIVERSITY. :DEUND*'nORID around town noioing out on him. Sentinel every morning and getting,

,shacK known- 'all a depot... and- for, I Get the news in the Sentinel first. ail the news fint -

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The Place To Place Money: Judge N. S. Harris Will Likely

: Have Enough Votes in Convention *
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to Cinch the ",
w IT MATTERS LITTLE WHETHER GovernorshipAtlanta .
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TAKE OUT A CERTIFI Ga., Aug. 20.-Complete : : S li>>
returns from all Georgia counties except ,: ( W)@ ll

CATE OF DEPOSIT, OR OPEN. A Dawson, Lincoln, Liberty and : 1.1 : '. ,

' CHECKING ACCOUNTThis Townsend early today indicated con- : .
: clusively that Senator Hoke Smith

strong bank is behind any form was nominated for re-election to the ': yaar, Valuable Papers, Jew- ,
long term of the United States sen-
of deposit you make. Its strong finan. ate yesterday in the state-wide Dem- ;

r: .dal foundation, its experienced officers ocratic primary. His majority over dry, Silver, etc. '

and its system of safeguards, makes theN former Gov. Joseph M. Brown was ,

overwhelming. Not including the four "
$1.00 PER YEAR AND UP -.
counties mentioned Senator Smith
will command 348 votes in the state .

... convention and Brown sixteen. It .
.' ""place to place your money." '. .? was around this race that interest .:- ; .:: You cannot afford to leave such '

'.., ...... chiefly was centered. i: valuables at borne when $1.00yjll ;
,::, .,' DO THIS NOW Close Race for Short Term

.'.....; {: '" Gov. John M. Slaton, CongressmanT. ,:I isafeguard them for a year. %: .

'". ..'; : . I W. Hardwick and former Attor- .}, f.c :.,' :
ney General Thomas S. Felder madea ,: '.', :'. ,,

h : \I spectacular race for nomination to ...t ..
fill the unexpired term of the late -- ::
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United States Senator A. 0. Bacon. >
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: Returns early today gave Slaton 144 '
; - - --
convention votes; Hardwick 126 and

Felder 94. The other two candidates, - _

G. R. Hutchens and J. R. Cooper, will .. ..... )... ... ... .. .. ... '.' . '.,' "" . ., . ._... ., .. .. -.-,... ... . . ... ...:-.":: ?

command less than ten votes between :. ..: ,..... .. "" ....._ ., ,.--.,.. ...... ..,. ,. ..4. .
them. It probably will be necessaryfor .!: :; : : r : :: :i: : : :" ': : O'I. ; .:

yur.m.h4 this contest to be decided by the ",L 0" I : I. III t" rt \ ,. ._ .
convention as 187 votes will be neces- : it .. . ., .. .
for election. :: ', ". ', ,, .. : '
sary : : ', .', . .:, : : :
-: Pol Plancon, The World's Greatest Harris Will Be GovernorIn .. .. .

the three-cornered race for the , , ,, . .... . .... .. .. . .. .... ..
.. Basso is Dead, gubernatorial nomination Judge N. : :/ (.: ;::t. ..::!, :: ,:::\?: :-::":-\::,: :: ::: ::;: \'.: ':...'...'''', ': :.: .. ... .,.<. .:. :. .. j: ).'.: : . r 3.

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E. Harris gained rapidly upon Dr. L '"
But you can still hear him sing the solos
G. Hardman and now has 204 conven-
s from .FAUST that have given him a world-wide tion votes against Hardman's 136 and GOOD ROAD BOOSTERS' TRIP TO

reputation. This great artist made 20 records twenty-four for J Randolph Anderson. EUSTIS TO SEE OIL SAND

- for the Victor people and his rendition It was predicted that Judge ROADS

r of the character or Mephistopheles is Harris would command sufficient GRANDTODAY
votes in the convention to win on the
acknowledged to be almost without peer. first ballot The good road boosters of Manateeand

\ You can always have the world's best music if There were only .six congresional DeSoto counties request that ev-

; you own a Victrola. $15.00 to $25.00. A districts in which aspirants for re- ery owner of an auto in south Florida
join in a trip and invite some one
style and price to :fit every purse and con- nomination had opposition. Figuresin
- with them to examine the oil sand
dition. these races probably will be some-
road at Eustis, on Tuesday, September -

-: 'l: W. S. BRANCH what Other delayed.candidates for state offices 1st. .
As different routes will be necessary -
who apparently have been successfulare "
for different parts of the state, arrange "Kiss Me Goodnight
"- : The Arcade leek art Musk Store : Clifford Walker for attorney your trip to arrive at Eustis ,
: general, W. J. Speer for state treasurer -

4 HMIMMMMMIIIIIMMtillltllGRAND I Judge Nash R. Broyles for the by ,10 returning a. m. Wednesday, leave Eustis, September2nd at 2:30p. A great Lubin comedy in two big parts.A .
K court of appeals, J. D. Price for com-
4 the of ad-
m. picture worth twice price
missioner of agriculture, E. L. Raineyfor
Those ,going via Bartow, Haines
prison commissioner, Paul Tram- mission.
VIEW City and Orlando are requested to arrange -
r mell for railroad commissioner, M. L.
to take dinner at Bartow on
... Brittain for state superintendent of
Tuesday. Hotels at Bartow, Kissimmee -
education, and W. A. Wright for
3. : F .' r Orlando and Eustis are notifiedto "
comptroller general. be prepared. "Vengeance of Vaquero,

Please urge upon auto owners to

n Newest and, most up-to-date hotel in FOUR. MEN HORRIBLY BURNED join the procession and invite their A Kalem drama. One good picture.
IX EXPLOSION AT SEA friends "doubting Thomases" as well.

Canton. Situated on Academy Heights. It will be the best means of disseminating -
West 20. The StandardOil
.e Key Aug. first hand information in regard -

' E Overlooking the beautiful Pigeon River company's steamer Socony, Capt. to the oil sand road, sample of "
'j'.. Felton, arrived in port this afternoon which has now been in service two "The Rummage Sale

t t Valley. One of the finest views in Wes from New York, bound to Baton years at Eustis. Such other reliable ,

Rouge. When ten miles off Jupiter information in regard to same as can A Selig drama' of unusual merit.
t tern North Carolina. there was an explosion in the engine be had will be made available on the
room, caused by a flareback from the

i, oil burners, injuring First Assistant I trip.Good roads are "the one thing lack-

Engineer Fisher, Second Assitsant ing," the "fly in the ointment" of

Engineer Gray and two firemen, an south Florida. If this type of road A Grand" Show.ORCHESTRA
f f MRS. J.R. McFADYEN Austrian and a German. The latteris can be built for $1,000 per mile the Truly .
live and all of the
not expected to problem is solved.
others are badly burned and will be Respectfully,

6* .d&\V CANTON, N. C. disfigured for life: The steamer ED SCOTT,
stopped off Miami and two doctors President DeSoto County Good

..1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111,. dressed the wounds. The steamerwas Roads Association.We .
then ordered to land the men at
p r; CHASE ''& CO.NOW A HALF MILLION i JAPAN NOTIFIED GERMANY HAS Key West. insure your life and loan you
show in the in the best
I C ERN- 1 Dr. J. Y. Porter Jr., gave assist- money on real estate at 6 per cent. The best city,
DOLLAR RECEIVED ULTIMATUM interest. Guarantee Life & Loan Co.,
ance to the men here, who were ad-
Theatre in the State.
x Curry Building, Tampa, Fla.
,mitted to the marine hospital. 325d&wtfIT

L Jacksonville, Fla., Aug. 20.-Charter Tokio, Aug. Confirmation has Through the courtesy of Capt. Hay-

:; for a half million dollar company, been received here of the arrival in den, Naval Station Engineer Cyril PAYSTo

l" Chase & Co, of this city, was received Berlin of the Japanese ultimatum. 'Bush was allowed to proceed with the read and use Sentinel "want ads." 5c 10e

I No hostility is shown to Germans steamer to her destination.The You get full value for your money.
this week from Tallahassee,
here Cost only a penny a word each inser- .
and was filed for record yesterday in picture of a New York girl tion.
i I
.the office of the clerk of the circuit. BASEBALL RESULTS dressed for her "coming out" gives -
t 'court; the impression that she is nearly out WOOD COAL AND ICE

i Chase& Co. has its suite of officesin National already. Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Hand's TOMORROW"MYSTERY
the St.'James building and is engaged League Coal Yard, phone 566. 931tfIf "

in the fruit business on a Pittsburg 3, Boston 6. MONTENEGRIN FORCES INCORPORATED OF THE HIDDEN HOUSE

wholesale and'extensive_ scale,'the Chicago 3, Brooklyn 2. INTO SERVIAN you 'want your bicycle fixed ina ,

charter providing for the firm,to conduct St Louis 0, Philadelphia 1. ARMY hurry take it to"Warman's Repair feature two
special parts.
American League Shop. 12-5-tf. A Vitagraph
the same business, in which it
has been engaged for some time, the Boston 3, Chicago 2. Nothing as good as a Vitagraph.
Philadelphia 3, Detroit 1. London, Aug. 20.According to the SATURDAY SPECIAL-Four to
4 headquarters to, be in this city and
the company to exist for a period of New York 8, Cleveland 1L Milan correspondent of the Chroniclethe six. Homemade Cakes. Yowell-,
1 ninety-nine Washington 5, St. Louis 4. main body of, the Montenegrin Duckworth.Co 8-19-4t
} Federal League troops has been incorporated as an illlliMMMMKtmilHI '
The capital stock of $500,000 is di-
army corps in the Servian army. First class Brazing a specialty at
. vided into 5,000shares of $100 each, Baltimore 0, Chicago 4. They have entered Herzegovania near Warman's ,Repair Shop o* Court St. GKCO T.F.BOlRfflANLicensed
there being 2,600 shares of preferred Kansas City 8-1, Brooklyn 41. Trebinje. The Albanian insurgentsare 12-5-tt:

.sotek and 2,500 shares of common Second game five innings by agreement moving forward rapidly. They Plumber and

stock. The highest amount of indebtedness occupy Fiera and are now marching DYNAMITING done in all its branch Insect KillerVill Sanitary Engineer

which maybe assumed at St. Louis 1-3, Buffalo 0-5. south on Avlona on the gulf.of Vvlo- es. Clearing land is our specialty. Estimates Furnished. Jobbing

any time,is,placed at the amount- of Southern League na in the Adriatic.'EXPERIENCED Let us do your work. Estimates Rid Promptly Attended to.

the capitalization, $500,000. Atlanta 3, Memphis 2. cheerfully ,given L. N. Lewis,, 406 PHONE 6z9

; The'officers'of, the'company are J. Nashville 4, Chattanooga 2. NURSE4wants' gen S. East street. 'l-_ --tmo Your house of all insects. 106 Court Street
y-, C. Chase, of Jacksonvillej> ; Birmingham 5,.Montgomery 2. eral nursing. Will work.for rea- J _
S.. 0. Chase,.'of' Sanford:)vicepresi. New, Orleans 1, Mobile 0. 216 sonable salary. Mrs. L. M. Messing 8-21-3t, Up to date,painting,'papering, etc., parts 35c. Gallon $1,00 ORLANDO, FLORIDA

dent, and'W. R.Harvey, of Jacksonville South Atlantic League Orange avenue.,- is ,the kindyoa'want.' Where to get For salebyCarruthers HI.1m
;secretary and treasurer, each of Charleston, 2, Augusta 0. Eat what you want. it? ..That's. ,easy,";pfeone;636.- W.'T.

.whom: has.subscribed to 200 shares of Savannah 2, Columbia L Eat all you want. Efltrkan.. ', 1-20-tf,. # & Gore .. niinGet .
,. tJ j Take postscript and forget'it I -
& a
.. co stock. These three stockholders compile Albany, Macon LJacksonvilleColumbus '
-' For sale.by all druggists.! ._
...v..,: the board.. of'du dOrs. ; rain _ .i x.14: "ir4 r.. the news in the Sentinel first,
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