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Title: The morning sentinel
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Morning sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
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Publisher: Josiah Ferris
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Publication Date: August 22, 1914
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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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1 F GERMANS. ARE ADVANCING;_ IN BELGIUM I


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,,SANGUINARY BATTLE" FOUGHT YESTERDAY; BETWEEN R OUGH mDf WU MD

;L' if'! BRUSSELS: ARE AND,STEADILY;ANTWERP MOVING,:INDICATING,TOWARD..THAT;BELo. GERMANS -.t'""'-. THEFRENCH H UNITED( STATES( Will NOT TOLERATE( ( I THE(


/ J1. GIUJTS;GREAT SEAPORT,.WHERE
!' 'r 1- CAPITAL r IS.'NOW I Af"' CATED STRONG ANGLOAMERICANCORPS" A Q I IIIO Of I TERRiTORY( BY

:. ?ENGLAND'S'J-t :. 'FORCE. _r :' IN-BELGUIM" '&IS,.. IN-IS PARIS FORMED fAll Y JAPAN.


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.;. :JGKEATER'" ,'. THAN c AfcWATERLOO .and Have Will Seen Furnish Actual Their Service Own 'l]TOTAl [ U Of ijN'Y 'THIS IS BELIEVED TO BE THE POSITION THIS COUNTRY

''''' r Equipment and Mounts'to WILL TAKE IN THE EVENT JAPAN
t DECLARES
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Fight Germany
:':: fe 1-to"Amy, SW eeo) Streag Is Advancing:for:Invasion of Ger- Y YESTERDAY[ [ WAR ON GERMANY

:Frets to :East:Udder ,Grand Duke Nicholas Main -: r
: > "* 1 ' : Paris, Aug. 2L The minister ef |
., f .1'J 'Fireach'Army Has -Not>,Yet',BeeB Engaged-Belgians, war has definitely accepted. the ser-I!Strip 85 Miles Wide in Total President Expected to Declare
Policy at
vices of Anglo-American rough,riders Darkness-Total Eclipse of
.-'I|I' C. tine te Retreat, Before Advancing German
Sun Visible in
Floridain
corps formed Paris. The men will I
:, ..7 t$ :;Beets-Two MiMiofi Men'Now Arrayed act as scouts and interpreters. Mostof 1918 Early Dater

c.:: ;f ", for seven languages. All have seen actual Washington, Aug. 21.-A total
j' service and are expert horsemen. :eclipse of the sun which cast complete However, United States Will Keep Out of War at All Hazards
London V Au ., 21Special.The .actual disposition' of the They will provide their own uniforms 1 darkness today'over a strip eighty- Until the European Conflict Is Ended, Probably
: :foil main armies,: numbering in;all'more..than 2,000,000 men in and mounts but a fund for their five miles wide through Russia, Scandinavia Calling

; :Belgium tonight.is hidden bythe impenetrable ,curtain'of a ceneorshi maintenance in the field has been Persia and 'India, was only Japan to Account After Peace Is Re-established

'" (the most* rigid ever known. raised publicly. :partially visible in, the United States, Between Big Powers Now at WarWashington ;

.' ,No:one is allowed.to. enter on. or leave ,the immediate theater of Five automobiles have been given but was observed early this morning r r
the corps. One is fully fitted as a by astronomers at the naval observa-
:th War. .1' hospital and will carry surgeons and tory here. All Europe a portion of Aug. 21.-(Special.)-A definite declaration of the
:No formation ,is allowed to percolate from within. I nurses. j j i Africa and Asia were in its shadow. attitude of the United States on the situation in the Far East is

::A11 ttai V is Imown positively"is'that the main French army has Maj. Charles A. Hedekin, U. S..A., It was not visible in this country far. expected to follow a resolution introduced in the senate today by

'\ tiyeti; been- -- '.,engaged_ ; that the British forces'now at the front will leave for Genoa With $100,000 for .'' ther south than Washington nor west Senator Jacob H. Gallinger, Republican leader of the senate.
the relief of Americans there as soon of North Dakota.. The 'shadow fell
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are' larger than those the Duke Wellington commanded at The resolution procfaims that this in
government, view of the
he receives instructions
as from Henry upon the earth first in Hudson's bay
: W rlooeandonly: : four: of 'Germany's's eighteen full ,army corps S. Breckinridge, the American assistant and disappeared on the east coast of extension of the warm the Far East, could not view with indifference -

in Belgium have' been mentioned in the accounts of: severe' but I secretary of war, who had Africa just north of the equator. any alteration in the status quo of the islands of the Pacific
sporadic battles:fought this.week.:, r J been expected in Holland today. It is In 1918 another total eclipse of the and Oceania. "'

: ;' ,Anofficial, dispatchfrom: .the Belgians' new'army headquarters ]I said the bulk of the $2,500,000 appropriated sun will be visible in the United The resolution was referred to the committee foreign relations

\.':atQfeent today SaY,:;: "A sanguinary battle occurred at Aerschot. } for relief work by'the.American States. Scientific parties are being which will not meet until next Wednesday.The
: congress will be kept aboard the organized to observe it in Florida.
The.;"Germans';advanced in:close,formations' at t president will be consulted
- as .- Liege' and. suffered.heavp cruiser Tennessee and be drawn uponas Several American parties went to before any action is taken.
'" > losses" ,". needed. \ Russia to observe the phenomenon. Senators have a rather clear idea of the attitude the president

Aerschot ,is between, Brussels. and Antwerp and seven miles intends to maintain in Far Eastern matters So far as they are

r ''iwrtheastiof' Louvain.- ' : affected by the European war. It is the impression that the pol-

:' ; ", .' : .' VILLA REVOLTSReported icy of the administration is to remain out of the conflict at all

3 .RETREAT OF'THE1BELGIANS' S.CONTINUED' YESTERDAY hazards, even though something should Jjappea-that would be

':. 'Park;i;;; Aug.. 21.-,((Special.)-In"an official,bulletin tonight the cause for aggression, until the present almost world wide war is

; war, !!"'II"office'" says. ,: -;c'N&-" ..l1i js_ .',partly" invested.... ,;Heavy' ,artUlery'opened ____ . at Constitutionalist. Headquarters Washington That over. '
% '.fire. :.towards. 'noon.: The"westward: .'movement of the .Ger.i One thing that now seems to operate against the full successof
-y %* He Is Prepared to ?March on Mexico City at Once
man> :columns..; -: ".'continues on both, banks,of the-;Meuse, outside such a, scheme is the fact that Japan's haste to come to the
range'of!action at'INamur": With Forty Thousand Men support of Great ,Britain may be interpreted as notice that in case

Gorman! :cavalry :forces passed through Brussels today going Japan has trouble with the United States or any nation in the

we tward....,THey,were followed later:,by an army corps. Washington, Aug. 21.-(Special.)-Administration officials are Far East she will expect Great 'Britain to come to her aid with

"Tje.retreat of. ; the'Belgians: ,: continued today. worried today by advices received by the constitutionalist agency equal celerity.
,. here that Villa, demanding reprisal against foreigners who aided
1\" In view of this fact it is thought the president decide to
K. r Ji : $,.',RUSSIANS WILL INVADE'GERMANYL'cndonAug : Huerta, has launched a counter revolution against Carranza, while declare the position of the United States without delay may in
order
- Carranza clamors for recognition of his governmentby
provisional
.. ; ; 21.-Special.-A( Central News, dispatch from to give Japan full warning of the way this government will view

;;St., tersburg,'via Rome, says that twenty.Russian: army corps, the United States.Villa's . any acquistion of territory on her part. I
forces according to the state department estimates
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'com risiag.8X,0)0( ); () men-pf all arms,,,will,carryout the invasion ,
:Prussia, Grand Duke Nicholas directing the,operations. comprises 40,000 men. This army is reported in readiness' to POPEBEINGELECTED
TRUCE f WHILE
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move against Mexico City Immediately. I B BOMBARDMENT OF f LIBAU

J Carranza began negotiations with the United States today witha
:.GRNIAI
!( ARMY V ANCING INTO FRANCE
view to obtaining recognition before Villa's advance headway
: : gains DESCRIBED
London Aug:2 .-, ( peciaL--) A dispatch from Amsterdam rebulkptthe -I .
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:P9I1 ;, ,German advancing French terri- '
;\ L army on At the White Hpuse was said no decision had been reached to --
'tory!{iia:Cerny, .five,miles'northwest ,of Muelhausen. t I Rome, Italy, Aug. 21.-It is assert- Stockholm, Sweden, via London,
accord diplomatic acknowledgment to Carranza at
: < .-:,__ .'- present. ed that the cardinals have discussedthe 21.
Aug. The

rfl' RNt[ '(JIW J FOR R AUTO I IRAIE States Both to Villa reach and an Carranza agreement.have been entreated by the United I Pius advisability X.for without'election of shutting of holding a successor themselves the conclave to- f I bardment Libau steamer tells-which of this the has captain story Russian just of arrived of seaport a the Swedish from bom-by


1 within the Vatican throughout their the German
fleet
i 4 : $5,000,000 WAR RISK INSURANCE
. . [ deliberations, as has been the tradi- "It was on a Sunday evening that
\ - I tional practice., Heretofore each cardinal {t the rain of fire began to'fall on the
: AMERICAN SHIPS AND CARGOES has had in the
-* an apartment city. The
,>- :'PariAag.:21., .-A warning, issued 'Those: .will.J be,handsome prizes the palace with accommodations also for townspeople were thrown
..; ,by the French government q.today- says auto, racers will contend for at the I his secretary and servants. On the into a panic. They ran into the

,, ."that. "white oae. gnat straggle in' bigmeet scheduled for Labor'Day at Washington, Aug. 21.-The senate Senator Jones expressed the belief occasion of the last conclave the three streets their houses and other open places because
'progression the, froa1aers7; another Daytona Beach, ,and they will be on today,.after two hours' debate, passed that the bill was an invitation to days' session of the sacred college were falling and burn.
mast btfOight in the interioi'againstdiemiserywtich exhibitionin, Orlando the latter part! the emergency bill carrying an appropriation ships to engage in questionable trade. entailed an expense of $120,000.It ing."Fifteen
; J follows disorder,inecoaoepc This Senator Clarke denied women seated on a pile of
; : of next week;, to remain until the replying has been
of $5,000,000 to insure suggested that the
car- lumber were killed
life., races, unless sent .to,other points for I I that vessel owners hesitated to fly dinals meet the by the explosionof
at Vatican twice daily
:' The prefecture,.of- police ;to Paris exhibition by the Orlando Automobile American vessels and cargoes against the American flag in the sea trade for ballot a single shell. The bombardment
;eitimates .that the ,hazards of war. without a until a choice has been continued for two hours. Many'
: ',there are 600,000 pot association'under whose auspices the a strong insurance.
made, and at the close of each session
''" of'worjc iD the capital! audits suburbs, races win be run. By unanimous,consent the measure "I'm looking for trouble in a bill of return to their homes wherever buildings" and bridges were de
; '' : or
A or. nearly,one- ixth of the'total 'popa'lation ,Messrs., Chas. F., Burgmari, acting was, amended just before passage to this kind," said Senator ,McCumber, they be stopping. These sittings stroyed.
,' of the departm Dt (the.Seine. I president of the Seabreeze chamberof provide for "adequate war risk in referring to, what might, occur if the would may..of course, be under the seal of Advices from St. Petersburg indicate
; Thow' :who liave"sayings:find.diTicuJty commerce, ,and J. J.. Bishop, of surance" without reference, rates insured vessels, carried contraband of absolute while permitting that life in the, Russian capital
,, in'getting hold'o(them, as,they. Seabreeze, spent: last night in the being on an equality with rates of war to warring countries. greater freedom secrecy on the part of members runs on in the ordinary way. The
.coftW: draw _only 5'per. cent, during 'city, arriving about 6:30, and will belligerent :vessels. Senator Clarke said he felt safe in of the college.Pope's :streets, cafes, and amusement placesare
'tJ.e'' first:two 'weeks'of the'.war, bat' leave at five ;o'clock this morning. Senator Lane's amendment to provide assuming the insurance would be Sister Did Not Die crowded :.s ever. No additional
beginning:; ,:today ;they 'may:' draw '10 They-'brought with'' them from, Sea- insurance on the lives of crews written with a business prudence that The assembling cardinals and oth military precautions have been taken, y'

1'pw': -cent;,and}(IB likely the govern breeze: three:of.' the handsome silver of American,ships was voted down. would avoid international complica ers of the faithful here were greatly 'it is said. The food supply is described
: neot :will ;further,.liberalize. 'tiepomts.mthe "de' cups that will awarded. to winners The bill, was pressed for passage tions. The Arkansas senator opposed relieved today by official'denial of a as-plentiful

: banks,v, f of the auto races and also the first by Senator Clarke after a conference Senator Lane's amendment as he saidit generally accepted report that Anna The destruction of the harbor

,, >The' labor: leaders are. operating. prlzin the: motor, boat regattta with President Wilson. .would cause delay in final passage. Sarto, sister of the pope, had died works at Hango, Finland, by Ger-
with; the government' to?reopen op-, which wiU be held on the Halifax during the night from shock. It was man warships is reported by the master
;portQBiti'for'.,wort, *' u* river on Labor Day. i of the Swedish steamer Bifrost
; ", 30,000 "FRIENDS OF FRANCE" ARE said, however, that she still was pros
i AU..the.dd.. men. and youths irthe A:total six bantifu'silver cups trated with grief over the death of i "We received orders from the port

:'. ;bud mgtrades; are ito. bi-_put to;work Win be ;offered .in the, 'automobilertces ANXIOUS TO FIGHT GERMANY he: brother, whose Companion she authorities at Hango on August 2 to '
y finishing be'iliiiige uetion.Faetorh .i, ,''and either- of the ,three herelastnight'isswell had been for many years. I moor with the Dutch coal steamer
; rill be..:reopened" aid will worth winning. Among the so-called political cardinals Alcor across the entrance to the har-

employ..::1iLi'; forces. ",Far reachingcharitable They. 'die. ;all ,much, larger" than the Paris, Aug.:21. The great.square j to wait Tinta the completion of the headed by Cardinal Agliardi, bor where our ship was to be dynamited -
: ;jior.PPolted:: : by thegoveritty offered'm,the,Fourth ,of fvuly 'Invalides in order to close the "
prae frontmg the ..in. Paris, presented mobilization 'of the French regular a movement is under way to have the channel,
agrMgg ei races, '"and :' ieautifully, ,.engrayed.They .:a striking'spectacle'when '18060 ,- forces, which was accomplished yesterday. sacred college of cardinals addressthe he said.
:ha s" ttiiiw1i -'c0mldeteoeesation :will,betaken_ back to Seabreeze volunteers "Later
foreign assembled in 'Meantime 30,000 foreignersresident' rulers of the countries engagedin the authorities permitted us
of;C 4tM intbe dressmaking this morning, dad photographed so orderly! :formation.,amderahefiags.of: in .France have inscribed war, asking them to declare a truce to anchor outside in security but the

," mfll >y, wttfealflower' ,,'teee' that*"cots- ;aay:2-be:Bftftde-. -- -,-;f or'' p oat; their: -. ousaationo" . )'. -.be--. mustered, their names provisionally on the rolls while the new pontiff is being elected. Alcor was'blown up'according to the
'and.emtroidewhich ,, aed ieliisd-. Eries tiei ia 1Mof tie state' ,after in., There',were- "4,590Jews, : 'from all of:a vcommitttee calling, itself '"The This,plan,as well as the propositionto i program, together with three valuable
under 77"V: l' iit. eemploy.over.4 which, ,;sue' h ylioed ,it: if cwitiws'wfee: fed::toserve; :'as' aDtyarate Friars of France." attempt mediation, provides for' cranes." % '

p r_ Of the laboreta. ,_. : Coati.Q .i,on.'.,' ::" :78)1: 1 coamand.; 'There were' also :Only those volunteers resident in I I the .assistance: of the United Statesas Grand" Duke Michael, the younger '
..;.of, France.. .:Mair; : *f :ftg.krgirdw 3..tt Bdgiaits,. .4,5e0'\ Ties, ,2,660bum Paris presented_themselves today. .It the greatest neutral power. brother of 'the Russian emperor, has
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makiBg' ejrtahKiUtota. .aw gifv Sepiir ii.mow. 1etmt : { **, '2,000' Swiai. ; ;oo.OQ ,- itj take several ,days to comply'with left for St. Petersburg.
iDe,work" "to, .tieir.,.... stab_ ., it the it..Vffef .. ;:New tiUea v ft* fide .. fittfe, Rftomanann- ;886 ,Iaaete all:, the formalities aal',examinationsaad THE WEATHER Steamship freight traffic between

.:'. pkin.- "" ....,:;I"-,. tw #ia .... Dad ur 4M VVnWHI '& dad 12& Aaaeri ifs.tbeN "make the..men 'into'anything. like 'Florida: ,Local thunder showers Finland and Sweden has. been resumed. -

:: ,- .' }:?;, .,:.. i : ., :::; ;. / J ,;':'. ', II'''''. wag.. ..... .an organised... body<. of troope.',, I t I Saturday and Sunday. .
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,.J . ,,"BAlLY1POITcLlT1'R..' -.,. ,.. 'w" overhauled: by' the- Cabs',.and Cardinal , DADE_ MAKING'A DESPERATE iii8emniuini"lllllllllfllillll'IIII"II"'IIIII'II""I'II'I"II"Oil.v .
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+ :. *-,; FIGHT ON CITRUS CANKER.
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,!- ,'New"York,:AoJ,:21..The'ahowigdiby.Deck Mcker.the: Cobs; 'has two great 1 Miarn ITa.,.Aug.__20.=A telegram -
1 ' Rodol of tiw Braves w eeees-umpires, ,,and( neckties.1 was today'sent to Secretary Houston
Heinle,,however,''dislikes;,umpires as of"the;.department"of agriculture,.by W. M. SLEMONS
'(I. tlx. :year .wRI .pro'!. 1.el. JHgJ help,. ..to i.
-. Jr '' H much u' he.likes'red neckties. And i iI the, board of trade asking that J. G. :
$ .
.' the3eorahes that John:McGraw has
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> f" S the sight:of 'an'"umpireacts' upon Grossenbacher, the government pathologist .
'. <-* I MC, .".-.'.. may"came. 'the,_future.. .. I Heinie 'in'much 1, _1<. <
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"l >.....i"i'y; ig ;: to;:7ohn::seine :asa-- red,necktie acts on;a:;bull-brings'on Miami district indefinitely, or until

J; ; ''seas::bide;;.but;,John;:placed., the.,"N.. the.impulse"to, "horn.in" and cause a'' some real progress has been made in
. 1 ;< ;'G"'iu. djfflwraBdlcast lom"adi" ft. .little damage. the fight against the citrus canker.
,.It is'reported'although the report It is,understood that.Mr. Gross honey RItng
I Body, after a,sksefi in"the'mmors, $
has 'that had
' not been'confiTmed, Heinie bacher been.asked t9'come here
r :-felt;that he'deserved, .- -'a chance. in. ,the I bam re neckties:thanTCharley: Murphy for limited time, but the officers of ,
:," big" leagueayagain..Se' appealed to once the boss of Heinle.. But, the board of. trade believe I that he 1
. several' ; : no matter just howiny ties "Chub should- for
mafiagers.' Ks'record ma stay: several weeks at least, ,- '.
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: ,good,'.Rudy was':young,;:but'he was' by _Charlie" has, the fact ,remains I and in consequence the message to ; .;''

:f' ',.teaaded. 'with ,the,, "N;. G." McGraw that. ,Heinie, .has enough to stock up headquarters was prepared. ; August 18th to August 28th.
. stamp; 'and''.most. of the managers, four haberdashery'shops and still Never ceasing vigilance.and scientific .
i' 'turned'a.deaf ear., 4, have'left'enough to make into a stout advice and aid will, it is believed, ; i

s & "If McGraw(says' you are not.good rope'that could be used.in emergency, down the pest, and ,this is better ac .
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,f,t 'enough_to,keep, I goesjs you aren't," to hang umpires., complished, it is said, with'some expert : t

-.J I; ',fey toldRudy.: "Apt player,.that. such as the.government man, at j jI I II -
:.<<"T: ''shows any., promise 'is, kept on the TAFT ITEMS I hand. : :: Come and See What You Can Save.
' K1; Giants. payroll :McGraw'didn't keep , ,-
; .you, so'I 'don'rwa t you." Taft,. Fla,. Aug. 19' -The young I What ,Advertising. s. :
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:1 i :: 'As:the above_may show most'managers r daughter (nine ,months old) of Mr. 'I Once a corporation .wanted to see I
a ;: got to the point of thinking for itself the value of newspaper ad
I and Mrs. Herbert Tice died fast night W. LEMONS
T 'that McGraw as a.baseball'judge wasuifaHibie. I i of meningitis after ,a short illness, vertising.So .
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: 'they jiidn't care,to, veanythi; g'to The sympathy of the entire commun- random. It picked one dealer who ORANGE AVENUE
't t do with him in the future-that is, all ity is..extended to the bereaved par- advertised in each town, then selected

t1 ;of them felt,that"way except"George ents., Funeral 'services will be held three' of four of each town'; who. did l'IIIII.II""II ' ' ,. ." ..." ......' ...
" j Stallings, of the,.Braves.I ._ at the house today at'3' p. m. Burialat not. When all the names were writ i
, Stallings. ':watched Rudy and Rudy Oak Ridge cemetery ten down, eighteen advertisers were --
' 'looked'to have the goods. He signed' Mrs.' C. H. Hartley is preparing to shown and fifty-six nonadvertisers.Then Work on,the dredging of the Florida tllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll.IIII"III'
I Rudy 'and that pitcher has' been theigfactor SLe 'the- amount of business was
move.to Cloud.where: she will join East Coast canal was-begun at
. b ,in the wonderful spurt her husband_ ,who is in business there.M. compared. The eighteen dealers did the entrance of .the canal to the St. We Will Put the Reinsof
" made:by; theCabs in.the.Iastmonth. ..M. Hobson expects to move into nearly twice as much business as did ;
;> Rudolph, has the fifty- ix. Get that? Twice as Johns river. The dredge returned
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. ;I ;pitched wonderful his.new house, which he has built out
t; 'baseball. Few. ,of. his' games, have on his farm, in the near future. much business among one-third as from Jacksonville after undergoing Success in Your

.J been lucky wins-,He has won through John Hill is building a large store- many dealers. repairs.
; ; sheer: .pitching ability.. The Cubs house, providing place to house his Moral: Advertise. Do it consistently !I HandsHow

J. ; have battled'behind him,a) times, but crops,' etc. Such houses .are becoming / ,..not spasmodically.' It pays. I
'', .. t' 'never'enough so that:he could allow a necessity t in Taft; larger and IMittllilliMIHMMtMt
'tht'enemyan! ; average of.'two runs art" more,of them. BRITISH. CLASH WITH GERMANS ? By furnishing you witha

. 'game., ,He had to' keep their average Messrs. Sphaler and Gartman are IN AFRICA THE[ NEGRAND[
; under perfect Fertilizer. Let
that and he did.: moving their sawmill; over.on Boggy our representative -
.. .\ Art'Fletcher, the Giants' shortstop, creek, where they have a big job. .London, Aug; .-News from the call He will
l! ,has played 'a wonderful game this British gold coast of,Africa ,says the on you give you a

year:;, Always, a. brilliant fielder ,he British forces of that colony have HOTEL formula that will make and mature
l FAVORABLE REPORT. ON PHIL
, 'ruined his chance for being ranked had brushes with the German troopsin
among the- "shortstop"kluge"- by pull- IPPINES.ItiDEPENDENCE: Togoland. your fruit

O ..ing. some wild, erratic play. .at' the They have taken some German ,
.
'. ,.r: 'critical" ,moment., But_ this'. year, he Washington, Aug. 20.-The Jones prisoners and captured two trains. Absolutely First Class .
;lies .steadied down, and is the main bill for Philippines,independence
'''t; ,support of the Giants':infield., favorably reported to the house wasy BOY STABBED WOMAN TEACHER Rooms with bath, hot r

'!) 'On at,least.six:separate'occasions the insular, affairs committee. Representative Roanoke, Va., Aug. 20.-Miss Vau- and cold water. T Soutlieril r Fertilizer r Co.

Fletcher, .b) ,marvellous steps and Jones of Virginia, its author die Riser, a teacher of the Dickinson Open year round.
\, :throws,:has:cut off. hits that meant ; announced.his'purpose to press county public school, is in a serious | Summer rates through
; .i'1mI''fOf:: the'.opposition the it ,during the present session ,of con
games s condition today from knife wounds and | ORLANDO Phones: Office 32, Plant 31 FLORIDA
"'. l' too. It is"figured that,.Fletcher, by gress. inflicted yesterday by Charles Lowe, | August September. '

'I : ; .' seemingly impossible plays; a thirteen year old pupil, when she : ORLANDO, FLA, .,1,1 t IlilliMMIIIIHimillMimiMfHtilHlllliRubber tt
if has, saved:.at',least, six games On If: ,you want: your bicycle fixed in attempted to punish him for a violation -
this' basis were it not for 'Fletcher,, a hurry. take it to Warman's Repair of rules. The boy is under ar-! 7-23-lm Stamps made to order at "It Pays to belong"-to the list of
F the: Giants ti 'long.ago.would hayebeen Shop. 12+tf. rest. Jill tJ iIIJ.IIIIIIIIIIII'11 t; Warman's Repair Shop. 12-5-tf.Sentinel want advertisers.
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It 'C SI.00A: Beautiful fancy CREPES in Tan and White Buck Colonial
: ... .<...... . WOOL r. DRESS GOODS Values stripes and plaids and 40 inch Ladies' GOWNS made of Nain Pumps, $3.50 value .. .. .. . 2.59
up to' $1.00 Dolly Varden Voiles, 35 and sook Lace, trimmed, 75c value
s; 50 cts. values
PANTS, 25 cents 39 cents LAWNS, DIMITY, BASTITE, I
: : SHIRTS. 19 cents TISSUES AND CREPES, beautiful ,

'||? :B. 1''j ts... .. .93C' EXTRA' '. 'EXTRA' ," r EXTRA to 25L line, .your of patterns choice, .value. .. .. .up. 1 0C ,
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" 93c. SILKS in plain and fancy pat Ladies' HOSE in plain and CREPES in Floral designs 35c MEN'S IIOLE-PROOF IOS.19c!
'- terns worth up to 50c fancy colors, the best 50cquality va I', IERY, all colors, extra .

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: 25 cents 15 cents Flaxons, in plain and fancy
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{' : ; Heavy 12 l-2c. and 15c. values .. .. .' 3c

\.. .. ; 36"reg- .131c LAWNS. PLA'IN WHITE and COLORS ,
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India Line d' .
: on, Pajama Checks, an value up to 50c., your choice *OCMEN'S
.5 -" '' /in'plain, 'good.staple Gingham, IQc. and 12 l-2c. '.
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:; : "',''''.:' designs, regular 12%c quality.... 81-.ZC SECOND FLOORLADIES'WAISTS .CLEARANCE SALE PRICES
LONSDALE and all the best brandsof in Voiles and THIRD FLOOR
J:& r : fancy, 85c' : leaching,.full yard wide $1.98
; I2ytc II 00 Crepes, $3.00 and $150 value ....
F \' ..."....... .' ..quality.,; 11 1 Quartered Golden Oak Buffet. Reg-QC-J r A
: :. .' #S., KIM ON AS, made of ular Price. $6"!!,';.00, Sale Price. .....V 5 J.J U
J'.t.,, . and fancy, 15clOc lar lOc'G line, $LOO raule............silko48 C 1 Quartered Golden Oak Buffet, $351
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2 GOLDEN OAK BUFFETS, ;
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!%. : Tan and 19c and Insert" ; .embroidery trimmed,2)&,35e. raloe value ................... ...... $19 98
E .....::.,. One large LADIES' RAINCOATS, rnberfeed, :
K I. II .... $ ..98 1 GOLDEN OAK BUFFET $22.50$16.98{
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f $ : .: $1.98.: LADIES'SILK WAISTS, in white : .
Y ', and pink, with Organdie collar One I lot of .LadiTri. ed Hats, $1.50 GOLDEN OAK DINING
'i:.i$' : 'f"'' "'''' $2.15, cuffs, -great value at $1.50, at..and.._. ,98c ..worth up to $15, your mm choice.... $2.25 CHAIRS ............-........... $119
$100 GOLDEN OAK DINING | JQ
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$ : [;....... 2.98 GROCERY DEPARTMENT CHAIRS "
S ft- S $3.00 GOLDEN OAK DINING
-: in- plain i CHAIRS ....................... $2.00Oriando's
: ; 1. t :.......-....'. 25c29c.. Flour has gone up. in- price, bat we having pur Snow Drift LARD, 10 lb. pail, for... $1.20 Closing out our Rugs'to make room for our
3 ". chased a large supply before the advance, en large Fall and Winter Stock.
(' : : Everlasting; ah.sus to.make prices much under the Market, Snow Drift LARD, 4 Ib. pail, for.... 48c .9x12 AX3IINISTER, value

J .:: J..'.'' Value.SOTUS. Sale ...u..u..... ....$25.50'$17.99. .
1 Pound
''' can Royal Baking Powder i 38c I
S vide, ." .5 Brand Flour" ; Fancy' Patent; 9x12 VELVETS, value $25.00, Sale.. $14.49
lOc . Ondrelk Brand PEAS, extra fancy,
-15c gaaBty ................. 13c
: 98 pOund & & -----_$ zOe nine : :... 9x12 WIRE TAPESTERY, $18.00,
$12.98
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,.. U9'IL19. Or per, dozen : .... $1.54
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$ 48 pound. Sacks ,, ...... $1 .75
: .1.1 ... ..u .. : '!' :' '! ''' 9x12 TAPESTERY, value $14.00. ,
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24 ,pound"Sacks ... !:>. ... size, strictly high grade. 'Specialper Sale .
90c
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: .... !t.... 12:,pound.Sada_ ;; .,.:..........'::'!..... 4 :... Mont ',Rose Fancy .Maine ,CORN.Special .... All Draperies sold during this Sale will be
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4 :( ), Fruit liner Almerante (British) put
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:."' ll _' lY' "I:hate,the/drum's discordant.seund in New. York today .from Colon and
.- : ,: 'J' _'. : Parading,round and round and round; 1LOUISIANA I Kingston without twenty-four .members -
To me'it.talks,of ravaged plains, i; ., of the crew.. They were Ger
yy' : II i fti a&'.. ......" & lIe And burning towns, and ,ruined '
: .!.. .'Seo, .4' ,QM_Mafl. ... ....'. swains,. PAPER' TELLSOF mans. Five of them deserted at STURDYSPECIftS[ L
-" .-.' And, ,mangled limbs, ,and dying 'E. K. SMITH'S BANK- }Colon on.the way down and returning
"j: RATES groans, nineteen others were seized by the

._.. 'Mr...'1 Year.-.....:.....-................H.OO' And: widows' tears; and orphans' ING BUSINESS !,British authorities' at Kingston. _
t" Dab I'.MMtkaBdfc . ..' .... -....rw moans,. : '
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S >Moathi .............-....-......LM And all that misery's hand bestows Bermuda -
l Dalf. ,f ';ii.j! .. !.'.;-. .ii.. .MWeekly. Tofill.the, catalogue of human woes.", Has Recently Been Elected' to ,- reports the"British cruiser Fugit." So don't procrastinate.
ass of Bankin : Good Hope arriving at Bermuda Au- .
::f:Tear '........... ...... ....LM. Presidency Largest Don't put off filling your wants
.Weekly,:,I Month.,. !..!.. ,....,......! ,,71Ukcr Cheer up, things might be a great Louisiana Outside of gust 18, to join the British cruiser : when by taking time by the forelock
-- . deal worse. The advance_.in pricdidnot' squadron for patrol along,the north : you
; '.!e UVl F1l V-I come until after the 'watermelons New OrleansThe Atlanticcoast.. I can save dollars that will go far to relieve -
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..; 'c.w.hi.; ..., .....11I :.insetlaainw of tickets, to the movies has not yet success of a Florida boy whoseearly FINANCES GROWING EASIER : Glance at these Saturday Specials and
r ideallstnt civet he coed la at UKf II
.NW ,11i SaHael Mt later tfaa 2 e. gone into the attic. training was in Orlando, is well New York, Aug. 21.-An interest- : shun procrastination.
tie der MM yaUkrfra. Tkla nlto > appae /
. i_ :(tN-rr cnrtraet reitfcUi: it.,iI *. told in the Shreveport, La., paper ing development in the financial situ- :
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s .. .--' ' Dr., Stagg thinks ,Frank Guernsey that tells of the election of E. K. ation is thej evidence that much money :
well=ask Frank about it, we mightnot taken from New York banks duringthe I
gybucrIbes' detirbf ,The Sentinel toeoa- Smith to the presidency of the Com : DRESDEN RIBBONSIn
;, tinned abo8I4 wtoftin office in writing en tell it just as it is,. and it manor early alarm engendered by the
MM fete of txpJr tion, otherwke h-wfll UoBtboal mercial National bank there, the larg- :
crisis is
be true. foreign flowing back. This
.. at (lie.rernlar, rabMription :rate, spite of the price of Silk jumping to be
1'j wtf-Bo&e.,to Uop:.fa received., i a est bank in Louisiana, outside of return flow largely is offset by increasing almost prohibitive, we do not purpose taking
. t '!paragraph editor of the Tampa New Orleans. demands of interior banks. advantage like some are doing-rather the re-'

A SATURDAY, AUGUST,22, 1914.'f Tribune, who writes, what he .styles The'Shreveport paper's article, in The west is calling for crop moving \"erse-note this special.
1,000 yards of DRESDEN and
and CHENE
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the of kussedness, announces and the south is demandingcash
"kolyum part, follows: money CHINTZ RIBBONS in all the latest Style color-
' that he is going off for a i The selection of E. K. Smith ,for to harvest cotton. Cotton planters ings-worth 25c and 35c, Saturday Night
l, ...! A:mute,committed smcide.tl week short vacation and sea,voyage If, as :the responsible office of president of recently received material assist-

",":H .because' .:fee had.1o.live.n" Live, we suspect the "kussedness" is mostly : I:the Commercial National bank was ance from local institutions, but this, 19 cents

:'t -' inside of him, the first few days on I gratifying not only to the numerous it now appears, was sufficient onlyto
;] Sherman stands an excellent chance tie:water will relieve him of the most friends of Mr. Smith himself, but to meet a small part of their needs. LADIES' WHITE HOSEWunderhosemakeGuaranteed100

.: \1' JF ;.to get _most ,of the notoriety ,out of of it and he'will return prepared to I the friends of the banking institution Exchange brokers report some bus-
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0 that will,be very entertaining. Mr. Smith is a young man to be en-

: Florida_has;four years to'.wait for 555. I.I trusted with the responsible and im- We are pleased to see many of our 18 cents '

' \ *'total:eclipse'of,the sun, and then: it There are many strips of sidewalkin portent duties of the presidency of citizens,taking active interest in improving -

:, t won't be:total, but a'few minutes.. ,the: city that should be condemned 1 1[I the Commercial National. He is in their home grounds. A little SUMMER PARASOLSJust

t .0 and new ones ordered. But if the his forty-fourth yera, but for twenty- effort on the part of each citizen
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'- 8 :Which"way:were;the Belgiansand city commissioners begin to condemn j t I five years has been an active banker. would give our town a prominent position the very thing you want right now, and

- I, their allies'gomg when they "pushedback" there'is no telling where they could For fifteen years he resided in Texar- upon the map. Nature has priced at "Right Now" Price-150 to choose
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::11 the'Germans a few days ago? stop. It. would, be liable to strike kana, Arkansas-Texas, and for" five done much for us in picturesque scen- from-all colors-all combinations, values up to
H $2.00, Saturday AH Day-
- 'to o ank presidents, county officials, years has been a resident of Shreve- ery, now,let us do much for ourselves
;' -r ,Since. ;Miami changed' her time one leading citizens, and might even rub port. Mr. Smith served one term as along the improvement line. 69 cents

{, 1 hour ,earlier,the Herald_and Metropoolis against the commissioners themselves president of the Arkansas Bankers' o

: have been arriving in Orlando at I If they were all like CoL Watkins association and for three years wasa There may be a lot of credit- due a

r' t: L'the. same old time.j 'What's.the mat- no condemnation would be neces- member of the executive council of man's wife, but she usually demands 36-INCH* WHITE MADRAS
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' =it f ';.-f, ..x "" sary. ,They would voluntarily make the American Bankers' association of cash.immmMiiiitiiMimt. A magnificent quality-never sold for less than

:. t' 0 I the walks right. the.United States. 25c yard-in dainty stripe effects, Saturday for
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:That sand oil ;road,, has broughtEustis
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'l'h lots jof .advertising but the I. Huerta and his family are ma I Shreveport chamber of commerce and 12 1-2 cents"EVERLASTING"

. .. ''; ,:-r.. Clearwater_Son is not interested' and rooned in London because of,: the European contributed greatly, to the development
b :stands, by the.;brick bat method of .
) war. But that is a snap compared :- of that institution. Outside of GINGHAMS
,: ? building, roads.I .,. with being marooned in Mexico his Shreveport connections, Mr. Smith McCUllOCU'S .

=_, 0' City because of the Mexican war. has interest in banks in Louisiana 50 different designs to select from, the regular
',.1 :We have:just: learned,the meaning I i Texas and Arkansas. He has traveled 121-2c quality-your last chance to secure 10
of; the of War" yards for-
. expression, "Dogs Did notice Birmingham at the extensively abroad and has given
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The,Belgians to Department I
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head of the Southern League day be- close attention to banking affairs in cents
; small rapid, fire gim-.one that will
fore yesterdayDidn't stay there foreign countries.Mr. .
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t :kin right,hundredGermans, a-minute '
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." si long,but if they strike another streakof Smith was chosen by President
.-if it hits them.
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.\ ,luck they will stand a good chance Wilson a few days ago as one of a WHITE SKIRTS
0' Tumblers
> commission to investigate the situa- Jelly I .\
" to get ,the pannant. .
h's Six'hundre thousand men'are idle 1 1j In linen, Pique, Ratine, etc. This is our Final
'l tion in the cotton belt, and,study the
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, \\1 'make' the ,Republican calamity howl-' .. The agricultural department of the new phase that the European war has Fruit Jars and go Saturday-We have priced them accord
government sends out a circular:telling brought to light ingly. Regular $1.00, ?1.25 and $1.50, Saturday
happy locating New York
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U d"or'Chicago" until the November why good.butter is yellow.; Thesoealled I 75 cents
Eat what you want.
{ : elections "creamery" butter is yellow all kinds
t 'are"over. Eat all you want.
,t.:; 0 because after it is worked over and Take a postscript and forget it

_: 4 The "C1earWater' Sun.' declares, the purified and some of the bad odors For sale by all druggists. WHITE MUSLIN AND NAINSOOK

'.. !1 'SeBtiBeI"adviie8'the :county superintendent ken out of it by the use of chemicals l-7-d&w-lyr UNDERSKIRTSOur

,: to violate,the law,if_a major it is artificially colored with Kettles
\I.t : "butter color" a preparation usually cows on carrots. If we wished to reservine Stock is a little bit heavier than it shouldbe
- -: \ It.o.f'tJ1 voters want him to do'so.
at this time of the
tr year-so we are reducing
:. WA,not exactly. M re1y.protesting prepared from annato the annatto I color some butter and could not get many of them to ALMOST HALF PRICE.

i rl .iigataoorlose adherence to a techqty. coming from a pulp which surroundsthe I anything* else, we would try' soaking
.' r of the: law that in this .instance seed of a tree which grows in some of the juice out of Willie 29 S. Orange A venae. LINGERIE DRESSES
South America. Our grandmothers Hearst's New York American. It is
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. <", -.1...'. colored their:butter by feeding the about as "yellow" as they make them. .JtllilltlMIIMIHMHIMIMMIIIM 25 ONLY of some of the daintiest conceptions
' iet shown this season-some of them worth up to
'.. 0' $15.00, we have made one lot of them and priced
H.a.: i7 a The. farads hair: may be bushy 'I II MMIIIIIIMMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIHIMMIIIIIIIIMIIPresent them for quick clearance, Saturday-

...1 :l his skin-bronzed,: but, his eyes are $1.89
..t", .dear,-':his: digestion' is like that of,'a i'' improvements not interfering

,? ;; '" ":three-year-old'mule,;his:conscience is _

-'"' ..t :like the*ether above'his head,and his with business MEN'S FURNISHINGS
. bank account as::fat' as his favorite our \

:shoat.; He j8 ,the: most ,independent Wilson Bros. renowned "SILK HALF-HOSE" in

, nr .creature..that;wearstyie. garb' of civilized :' McELROY'S. PHARM'ACY- all Saturday colors., 3 pairs Exceptional for- value, pair 50 cents.

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r.1)[ p, Give MSI Trial. @eick Deliver ,,te Brags. PI ONE 20. Trywr Ice Crea.. $1.00GROCERY

'4 Sell'ail, you; can :and, buy all you' .IIIIIIHIiilililllMiiMM ., . . . . .. . . . .. .. . ,. ..
,can at.,home. :Every dollar' that ,is ; DEPARTMENTWe

. ''; sent! or carried away ,from: home .. tMilMtlMIIHIiHMMHIMIillMJIItttlttMIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIHim"'IM t<:
h 'makes the town'that much poorer. If agree with the masses, there's positively no
,' > .you'have"the means,,invest in something ' earthly reason why Food Stuffs-jshould be higher

t t ,that; will give'somebody, em- priced. We'll demonstrate this Saturday in
x FLOUR-No doubt wholesalershave
you are aware
-S; ployment :Do:not kick at a proposed, : advanced Flour $1.00 a barrel We haven'ton
:.' If :improvement simply because it,is not Snow's Hobby or (K. P.) flour.


',).,..;'V!;! tl y j.4,t S ,..at, your,door.Villa .. 0_ ' :-; ZJfWflRY: : :;: fOR T"WfDDING( : All Day Saturday

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". is Irving fully.. up to expectations { 4 quarts Georgia Peaches, per Basket-
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'in revolting' against Carranza, '.... .." ',, 60 cents .
4 ;bat) .hall+sto. :be,done about-it?' ,If' -': ;;,' For the bride countless things jn Silver, Cut .. ;:= -

,Uncle.Sam:,'steps' in and, stops him Glass and Fine China. Rare jewels of every description. '
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'. Snow's Hobby (K. P.) Flour, 2,4 lbs_
t'thtit. meals" " war. ..,,-and. war must bet :f..: , :
"- avoided.:.at.atl;costs. ,If left alone he .. .- '< 90 centsSnow's
,:. For Bridesmaids. Ladies of Honor, Flower ,',, '..
, i will keep Mexico;in,turmoil for possibly ., '. -' -'
". i rem to come and the property: = :;}:" - Girls, etc., Bracelets; Brooches, ,Bar Pins ,La Yatj :.

, y h i 'of-'thousands'of.Americans: .will beidJe :.2,,.'; Tiers Wristlet Watches Silver' Vanity Cases,. .. Hobby (K. P.) Flour, one-half baWwood.

.rs ;or destroyed. It's a heluvasitua- <:r::: Purses, Card Cases, etc.' % ; $3.50 H
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If the United the Pocket Full Dress Sets Gold and Silver = Best peck-
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' 'indicatedfin in the dispatches'lastnight : :" _:, ' .. 3Ocents ,
: II .; : Pen Knives, Pencils etc.. ,. ,. ' '
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iii i :territory. ; by"Japan .in the Far East, ., "',::4. ,;;>:' :=' ,Let us help you with your ;:wedding present h, ': :: "

n it ultimately means tr1uble'with: ,the problems ,

slant-eyed: Orientals... Japan is just

is .as:greedy as any:,of the.rest of. the
i' I 'nations,of,the.world,'and if anything
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p ,k gamed::in: her conflict with Gernaanpse -

is;going,to. be very:loath.

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l} ,.OB his stHUBer vacation, and f Advocate : ;
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It seaee'! r.:Harry Wilson wi I'pap all : .

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f yi.office... .".-.,ThaAdvoaiteynet: -have. : OPPOSITE PO- TOF'.U- "- 'ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACES
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,j: / ':..", ? . -.4.. Jt-.... ' : home of, .Misses Norah and'! t I ,- Si
: Dr. .ChiLL Hemphil], D..D;- LL.P L 2 p. m. and 60 p. m.
OIUINJ ; Aileen,James,' on; Gore ,avenue,' was -
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t rif Tbeologic4 Seminary at Looisvflle -
'- "> I.-'" < : ; ::1 ': ,...tad one'of 'the'beet'knowri.di- : of'young people.last evening, the I 'II!' ,
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'W.. 'llllrxla,:opeat Two thus their. I'
vines s"the Presbyterian church,'will girls :celebrating joint
..,0II .ad .....8& l birthday,*though most of the guests TODAY'S PROGRAM
\ : -.' :.0;. .t\ : ' oecaff:the 'pulpit. Sunday morning A _

,_fir, ,-,'X"',T..:..Supr:;: ef" _' 'Sava, and church"ev. mi'at', ; :- .the j'Presbyterian" . I:"were unaware. ; 'of' its being an anniversary. Gold. Seal "The-Twin's Double" "Get It It yen's"Give

0k. ,v,mite.., atxmi. -at1e- "San, Juan. : Dr.,He' phill" was'ior' many:years: I I The front yard,and the porch were story Another, with, good Grace three Canard reel,and detective Francis 11 t

". .., "--' pastor, of the Second Presbyterian gay with,Japanese,lanterns, throwinga >> Ford.'
-_ Haugry,fw,easasi 'Try'the._littk all Withinquantities Crystal Reuben .
; church''in :Louisville, ,succceeding Dr. ..soft, colored light over "Getting Back. I "
} 'J niat. ; ',4iw8.; /.T.>ey, of, beautiful flowers added A comedy, with Pearl White. ..
Staart" :Robinson .in that pulpit, and
: ... ,, Four reels in all. "
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:v.V their rich color and fragrance, and in
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ia ooe of the,most gifted pulpiteersof
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blossoms bowl of delicious
: the, Presbyterian denomination. one bower of, a .
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and Mr&'kOWt, e"returnednight punch proved very refreshing. The announcement of the marriageof us a chance to showy -

-; "to'their. hoe- ..-:'i Port. .'Tim., G. :B.' GARWOOD WILL MOVE TO The Orlando Concert band attended Miss'Elizabeth Clouser to Mr. W. u the newest styles in

.-ja.city 'P; -" JACKSONVILLE_ NEXT WEEK. their excellent music greatly en- T. Adair at New Smyrna Thursdaywill watches.

,-. joyed and appreciated not only by all be of interest in this city. Mrs. We will trade in -

-.Mr/,.Jf. &ykk: and. faafly' .> will' -leave&rDtytofia . !Land :.Mrs. G.- Garwood)- '.and present but also by others living near Adair is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.C. watch or movement your present allowing -

f : .Beach. today, for- several- child will, 'to'Jacksonville- early :who shared this musical treat With A. Clouser and resided in Orlando ,
i move liberal
"days' outJag.. "week : the leader of this band, Mr. A. A. with her parents a few years ago. you a amount.
*" next leaving probably Mondayor
Tuesday. Mr. Garwood has been Patch, were the following members Mr. Adair is conductor on the At- If.you have any idea of

SATURDAY' y'\SPBOAL' .-Fear;,to connected;with'the Postal Telegraph with, their various instruments: lantic Coast Line, running out of St. getting a watch we would appreciate -

('ar, JfaBMitde CakM.' 'Yoweil- here since February and Messrs. Raehn, Dingier, Burkhart, Petersburg. They have gone northon .. the opportunity of
,' company
..: :s.194t Powell McDowell Helms Taylor, their wedding .
they _are residing on North Main trip showing you. .
lj street- He has been transferred 4to Hoffner, Allison, Thompson, James, , Our prices wiU.surprise
lir'i.;" S. McKenzie, one-' of_'Oviewpreaefitative the Jacksonville office and promoted 'Monroe Patch, Charlie Limpins, J. M. Miss Eloise Robinson will leave this :
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:do's J ;citizens, was in cashier his new dutiesas and 0. L. Beighman. morning over the Seaboard for Nor- :' ":-
to taking
: up
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..- > Orlando for_,:.several hours yesterday., he 'move. ,Several merry games were played, folk, Va., where she will join her sis-
f- .. soon as can you.Allen&Co
0 -1' r During-their residence in this city and the "tally cards" with which all ter, Miss Edith Robinson, and spenda ;
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," ,, Harry!, The little Bermudas,won't Mr. and Mrs. Garwood have. made: i guests were adorned were particularly couple of weeks. During her stayat
., 'last always.' The',mount' is,.limited, who will to i attractive, most of them the Norfolk many of the, big battle- 7 ,
many'friends regret see
'v ,:bUt:,the taste ia everkstteg.. Dickson : his work_of Miss Aileen's skillful fingers. ships that have been in Mexican
them leave; but rejoice at -.promo.I Ii U Jewelers
",". ;:..... , ; I cake of several kinds served.
were
;, : :;SPECIAL_ -Fow, 'to FOUNDATION, LAID. FOR'ifiFO FINE I ,Many 'best-wishes" were showered people who' want eastern time o _- Reliable Repairing

11 ,$*L. ;Hoaesede "Cakes. Yowell- HOTEL AT WINDERMERE upon the young hostesses with a in order that they may go to work

:haekrio k .Co.. 849-4t hearty appreciation of the delightful earlier and retire earlier in the even- : ,

::r ---:' :: .Dr. J. A. Thompson: and Mr.Will S. evening they had given to each guest. ing, they may go to work at 5 in- Fl' ,

Mr7.L Lovelesa- ; .one of the en- Brown,' pf Windermere, were prominent ,Among those present beside the stead of 6, or at 6 instead of 7

terpriatiaens:;: of;:Clarcona, spent visitors in the. city yesterday, members of the band were Misses o'clock in the morning, and then retire -

'several,'hours:'in. Orlando yesterday and report the foundation laid for the Dolly, Corinne and Davida Lockhart, in a corresponding,ratio in the II.

>,: I mingling.,business:with_ pleasure><. handsome new hotel The hotel will Ernestine, and Annie Crux, Evelyn evening, but it isnot"working people ElO

:"' i 'i,' --* .' have eighteen rooms and each will be and ,Lillian Waits (of Longwood), who are losing time in making such .

.'fhe.'price' of ;news print: ,has ac -' supplied with electric lights, bath, I Mary ;and...Edna Hyer, Carrie Dade, silly calculations.-Arcadia News.
t winced from 15 to 25 percent: ,on_ac-;,, Bertha Dawson, Dorothy Johnson, lb. !
and'cod'u
hot' ing water. A large I L
r :'cutof.thewTheiefe.saidto; ; ,, dining_room is one the attractions I Beatrice Heltzen, Edith Davids, Elsie "OUR MUTUAL GIRL" AT THE =} :

t, ',be,a' "printing paper- famine already in !of-the'hotel which will be used also Gore, Maud Ensminger (of Long- LUCERNE TODAY ttllll"'II'J"II""II'I"'I. .. . " " "I" "

England." ; as a dance hall wood), Mr. and Mrs. Mallard, and

f' ,.* '.*- I .In connection with the hotel bath Messrs.: Carl Dawson, Gerald Hurl- Upon the urgent invitation of Mrs.

,,1 _;>Ieasrs.; J. :R. and rH.' Sewell, I and boathouses will. be. built and it I burt, Frank Allen, Gus Norment' and Knickerbocker and Margaret, Dunbar 3yur.jm9'.IfiJBoneless
jKHniaaatr >,and enterprising 'citizens 'I ' E. C. Moore.CABLEGRAM. arrives at the Knickerbocker home
promises to prove a very a ctivere'sorl I .
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;of,;'Winter: Garden,,'were in Orlando I' About and accompanies aunt and niece to
the first of January
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yesterday.:iookiegafter bosinesa af- FROM MISS LAVINA the Waldorf-Astoria roof garden.On .
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r I a bus line will'be put on between Orlando Chicken Potted Beef
'iais.Mrs.. ., .. FULLER their return they find Kid Joseph -
Windermere and this beautiful
_. awaiting them. He attempts to
: t ..'J.R Davis,; f'Orlando, was 'spot on 'the lakes will* have expose Dunbar as a crook, but his Potted Ham Pimento CheeseHoward's
; *: is given little credence.Margaret .
> transportation facilities several timesdaily Miss 'Lavina Fuller, who has been story
In the city today; and left for,Pass-a-
; to this'c o/. .. touring England, Germany, Holland, next visits the studio of
_' C ;: .., weeks; relatiYe-St. Petersburg Switzerland, France .and Italy, will in colors. On her return she finds
Y ( I r HARVEY,&: CO. GET.$3,000 SEWER reach New York.August 31st, having the "Kid" and Dunbar, both Very
,. ''IBd p.". .t,#. I I CONTRACT, FROM CITY, sailed from Naples on the 18th. Thisis much excited. The "Kid" openly denounces Red Wing Grape Juice
r Dunbar, but Margaret and
'Mrs B, H.Kuhl, Misa"Eunice.Ives the information gleaned from a her aunt reiterate their confidence in
> At the meeting of the councilyesterday Excellent for dinners and luncheon.
r.F and'Msuster Finch Scruggs left I city i cablegram received by her parents, him. All of which is charmingly told picnic
; yes- afternoon a contract for I in the film shown at the Lucerne
Fuller
Mr. and Mrs. T. H. yesterday. to
,. ,H i 4 tirday for: ,Daytona: Beach ,' 'where 1 installing'a storm sewer on' ,'North The had been delayed in day.-Adv. Potted Plants Cut Flowers Funeral
message ,
: :they:will spend a'couple (weeks enjoying P
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- ; Orange avenue from Marks street to transmission couple of days.
! life on. [tke seashore. WANTED-To lease five acres near Designs Wedding Decorations.
. ; ,. I Lake-Ivanhoe,was awarded to F. D. Miss Fuller and her party were to ,
4 Orlando, either separate or together -
Harvey_ & Company. The only other have sailed, for home on the Carpa-
; with for onion
irrigation
trucking.
"Mr..a: d Mrs:,A. D.,Cornell, of Orlando -
" : bid was by Mr..Hamilton Johnson and thia on,August 10th, but the war delayed Address Wm. V. Lear, Orlando Fla.
have geee toIlaas-a-Grille; and the price, at which, Harvey &; Company them more.than a week. Until 8-22-3t

. ',will" ,rear. thereva. fortnight' They' get the contract is 22 1-2 cents yesterday's message arrived nothing THE SANITARY GROCERY
were'.IB; St.; Petefsburg:this morning per lineal foot LOST-Small,solid red,female hound.
had been heard from her since July
y 'and west. over on the Gypsy.--St Petersburg" Taxed and subject of larceny. Re-
The of.sewer be laid is
amount to
s:;i IndependentMr.\ 24th, at which time she was in Lu- ward for return. John M. Cheney. CARUTHERS & GORE .
about 2,200 feet and the total cost to cerne,' Switzerland. 8-16-d&w-tf K

the city will be in the, vicinity, of '
,;M%"A.'R.: Win, of Orlando,came Phone 2006&8E.Pine
,5000. The sewer laid will be 15- NEWSPAPERS ,GETTING HARD Eat what you want.
,to' Ocala,yesterday:in.an automobile Eat all .want
\ t inch and is necessary to:carry off the you StreetIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIH
f and,rested'.the.new Hiers'cottage'on surface water after the brick pavingis JOLT Take a postscript and forget it.
For sale all
:South.Third street through: Mr.;,F. W'1 'laid. by druggists.l-7-d&w-lyr

,Ditto. Mr..Saadlin:wilt.shortiymovehisf ; I During the past few days this office ?
: ily ,to 'Ocala :and :make his f has received letters from all the I
borne here.: He.. ,iff a traveling.man.- CENTRAL HOUSE WILL REOPEN: wholesale paper houses with whichwe :::::::::: : :::::::::::::: : illHIMHIHMilMtMMMMMHMiRECEIVED :::::::::::: ::::

, Ocala, _Star;: ,The-Central,House, formerly ownedand ,do business, withdrawing priceson 1
' .. conducted by Mrs.' Mollie E. all paper stock. Raises have been ''l r

ek 'Dr.. George,T. Beonett, Of'Pine CasE :Langenbach: ,, whose death occurred made.in.the prices of everything, but !l

f tie,'was>b,the city, yesterday ''afternoon the 14th inst., will,reopen this morning no figures are given. Every order

and'he bad 'kick: under the capable and efficient sent in is now subject to the pricesin
z. ; : : a' righteous :
''management of her two daughters! force on the day the order is, received
i. :lIt'-says ,they:have.had, 'little or no
,
Misses Reba and Jessie Wihte. Mr. and it will be impossible for a
; ,:;Tain;.in. his ,.vicinity, and 'that 'he had 1 Claude' White, who was called home the newspapers of this country to NINETY TIRES

i. ; ,no more than" gotten,well, started for from Seattle, Washington; on..account hold out much longer at the present

t. '.Orlando' ,than he came",near being I of:the. death of 'his.mother, will remain current prices, for paper and job

: ;drowned, In yesterday afternoon's in the city with his sisters. The work.-Polk County Record.

, 'downpour; He' is' convinced that the numerous friends and patrons 'of this I

'weather man:, is, 'showing. partiality popular hotel and boarding house will WANTED-Sewing of all kinds, chil-

r:. 'j; for Orlando in the. matter. of distribciting be. glad to know that it .is again. 'to dren's clothes, a specialty; prices
, ; the rainfall. ,, be opened. reasonable. 402' Gunby" avenue. .
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3** :> a Pineapple, Java, Hemosassa, Washington -'
Navel: Address Mix M.Kahle*
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F |ACMIenge; :' : Feat. 'JSyraige-RegHlar:::-- Price $1.00 Upopka, ,Fla. :Phone 2222. 3-lS-tf Royal Cement, Agatite Plaster and Perfection LimeiillllllMllllll'llllllllillMIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIiltff

-, SafePneeSeamless _____________;.._____;. __--" .-- '79c
: Fewt..S Regular. Price $1.50 FOR SALE-One five passenger.

\ '* -:Sak5 Prieev..V.:. . ...-. ..s. .-. ...:. .. . ... $1.10 ; sell touring for$300. car cash.; a big Apply bargain.this office.Will'
4 5 Oxford Cowb.. Syringe, 2 quts-Reg. Price $2.50 7-30-tf..
T' ' Safe.PriceV..'. .-..-..-. .. .. ... : .: . . .. 2.18 I Statement of the Condition of the
J'j Duchies. Feet:Syringe, 2.q &- ..Price $2.50'i FOR SALE-Best quality heart pine

Sale:Price W..T:, .,. ..... . .. .> . ... . . . 2.10T ; fence.posts. See,L N.' Lewis, 406 Orlando Bank & Trust Co.
7 g iFeitat:: ::Syringe, Regular Price;$1.50 S._ East street.. 7-14-lmo ,
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-9 WANTED To exchange Vose piano, At the Close of Business June 30th,1914.
in good condition, for Victrola and
:: ;; ;? ,WHEN'DOWN TOWN, COME:DT AND SEE, US. | records. Piano may be seen at For RESOURCES.
# mosa. Address P. 0.-Box 2. Oakland,

;The CITY DRUG Fla. Loans and Discounts . . . . N. . . . . . $379,514 36

: ' .' STOREX WANTED-Couple to live on country Over-Drafts . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . 622 34
*, "A good drag store" place. Call or address, 400 West Stocks' and Bonds . .. .,. . . . . .. ..*. .. 26,01833

,11' E. Church -Street '' -. Central avenue. Real Estate, Furniture and Fixtures . . . . 26,637 37
: Cash on Hand and,Due from Banks . . . . . 291,393 48
FOR SALE-A number of good hard
fence posts and second hand lumber
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.. for sale.. Call on'or address Mrs.
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The .Best, Harvest LUKE McLUKE:.SAYS E F., Hoskins,. Orlando. 8-ll-2w ; LIABILITIES.
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. '- Capital Stock . .. ... .. . . II .. ,.." . $100,000 00
The'Apostle Panltells us thatlove: The reason ,why father hasn't any FOR RENT Surplus and Undivided Profits . . . . . . . : 39,96135

jwver:fails. Most everything else is buttons on his pants or his overcoatis Re-Discounts . .. . .. . . .. .. . . . . . . None '

,heir to. failure. but here.. is."one' ,thing 'because mother belongs to five sewing FOR RENT Bills Payable . .. . .. . . . . . .. . . . . None *
,that is immortal ,He' who scatters clubs and .hasn't time to Attendto Fourteen room house; modern, up- Deposits ." 582,669 47

the seed:of,love,is sure,to reap gold. him. Circle to-date; with partly garden furnished, fruit:; on and Lucerne Jlowers. I Due to Banks . . . . . . . . .-. . . . .. . 1,55506

'en"gram of immorality. Loveisnev-, :. J. F. Watkins. 7-30-d&w-tf.
sea planted in vein. Grasshoppers. and The reason why com fed girl $724,185 88
:chinch, bogs have .no ,;effect upon itIt .carefully'.brushes off the inside of a FOR RENT-Two office spaces in I
\:: grows, strongest' in a drouth, and concentrated hobble before she putsit our store at No. 9 W. Church street 1 Reserve Carried by the Bank . . .-. . . . $291,393 48

{tallest in the flood-time. Love'is the on is because if she ever left a Come Electric in and Co.we will show you. 3-29-tf Pierce Reserve required by. Law . . . . . . . 116,533 89

greatest' thing. in .the world and the grain of dust-there,it would stick out ..
Reserve in Excess of Amt. Required by Law $174,859 59
beet hewho.cliltivatea of like baseball.
>. and_. ' a crop, a MISCELLANEOUS
;lf t. can'bankon'the returns.. ,To 'getS Deposits on June 30, 1913 . . . . . . . $527,758 01

; the best .harvest,.love ,everybody Ground was broken Tuesday for EXPERIENCED NURSE wants gen- Deposits on June 30, 1914 . . . /. . . . 582,66949
:.yes,".your. ,,enemies, there is some good the .foundation St. Paul's church, eral nursing. Will work for reasonable *: '
in the: worst of 'us that's lovable. which' is. to be erected 'in Key West. salary. Mrs. L M. Messing, INCREASE . . . . . . . ... $54,911 48
,Love:the''pure and.the;:true and.'the The building is to be built of concrete 216 Orange avenue. 8-21-3t
'beautiful and'splendid and Heroic and and the'approximate cost will The management of the Orlando Bank & Trust Co., endeavors

';wonderful. Love'the trees and flow- be'130,000. WANTED-Ford 1913 or 1914 Address tour- to persue progressive but conservative policy, to be liberal in its
be
.' ', ,ing car; must cheap.
"ers. and valleys" ,'and mountain'. tops -' S. S. Finen, 117 Laurel ave., Sanford, treatment and to adhere to the legitimate lines of banking.
t ancT..rills 'and rivers and. clouds and H.'E. Barcus, of Palatka, has purchased Fla. 849-31 Accounts of all who desire the services of a well-equipped and

stars:, Love life for the very joy of land containing about. 5,000- safely conducted bank are cordially invited.
living and( love, your. neighbors as '000 feet of. cypress:from Z. Spinks NICE, clean, newly furnished rooms,

yourself.: ,By 'the'way..of love comes and will 'start a shingle mill' in, Ta- and Northern$6 cooking.week. Don't Table forget board the$5 : umnunt tmmntnwnnuuunznnmnnninnnnnMath: > Hl
per
.happiness and;contentness and :the vareS: Mr. Barcus leased the power Magnolia, 401 Boone street. Mrs.
'largerife.; Pail, the:weeds, of hate and part'of the,Lake County Lumber Marie Lewis, Proprietor. 8-18-1-w
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malice work
and briers of; : envy company begun :on .IIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'III'J'IIII1111111.1.0..11.1. .0.',
out.of,the:garden of love. and let the improvements and will be in operation FOR SALE-Second hand sewing
v:harvest. be abundant "Sow your .in.about two, weeks. machines. ;. drop head Singers, rota-
White, rotary Standard, New
,love:and'taste its fruit-age pure;sow ry Home, and other makes. Will be
;flqyefuid! ;:find';its harvest,bright; sow ..INJERNATIOrfAL.GET THE sold cheap for cash this month. Call
love. upon the
:find_a Jaryeet fall of.light"" Life is A representative of, the International Lindsay, manager. 8-11-tf .
; aU too short and sorrow all too real News Service :was"arrested fora ,

*|to neglect-: ,:plant ,a. field of love: breach of the neutrality laws in WANTED POSITION-By competent
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t ground, .about you. The. blossoming .trying,to get in touch with a German white woman; general nursing, con-
";{flowers of,love:'wiH'sweeten your lliel warship in San Francisco. No,representative erences.finement, Phone or housekeeper.515. Best 8-14-3t ref- 1 And RETURN From Jacksonville -

., gas it'blesses. the. life'of-"others. Fall, :of the Associated Press has
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y't tin'love,.heels,over'head in love with -yet: risked his precious neck trying- to .TRY F. G. ARNOLD for honest prices Tickets on Sale August 12th, Return Limit, August 30th.
everything lovable:along. life's path- get the news for the readers that and 'a square deal in real estate.
'way and.thus'grbw m harmony WItht ,"incomparable". service. Clearwater Room 1, upstairs 25 East Pine street. For Illustrated Booklet and Full Information Address

t t God,.\ 6, is.love., Three great crops 8-15-6t wit

0 that:'never_ 'fail:-kindness. ,faith' and !Sun.Why is it that 'when a rummy |H. C. BRETNEY L&NR.R.
it love,',but the greatest of,these is love." :wants to :warm .up'to a strange bartender Who is your painter and decorator? ,
If you are satisfied keep the one you
H I the.only name.the rummy ever have; if not, phone W. T. Entrican, 134 WEST BAY STREET JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA
i calls the .bartender is "George." N.. 636. 1-20-tf
ft _:There:f81'e aiot of credit due.,a I
roan's.wife,.but'she usually'demands Ill 1IIIIJIIIIII MlIIIIIIIIIIIIL IA MM M.1,11"" MlJ IIII1.1.11.1 IIIM '
\ Bead the "want ads. It .
I pays. OPEN ALL NIGHT *11iiiillllllllllllllll'II""I""III"'I"llllaltlil'lil'ltl'lt lt'ltt'lttit.<
nwb.f The City Drug Store is at your service -
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..First class Brazing- a specialty' ..atY1rmB'8' For Sale dependable both ,day courteous.and night. Prompt. tf, :II; llllHIMIUti.M.IMMi \;' 1ijj ; ft'\\\\\\\\\\\\\'\\\'\\\\\\ ,\\

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Bepak:Shop o Court St.. I,' I
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\ . . NANCY HALL and Porto Rico sweet wrmAzeftfrft t
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tE WOOD' FOR SALE potato slips at $1.75 per 1,000.
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Cash. Plant
Quick delivery. Apopka
For'.the"month "of\August I will 1 have a carload .of 'Jersey Milk Co.. Apopka, Fla. 5-24-tf
,fr sell,'at my farm, pine at 85 cents per :
strand, :and.oak,at:$LOO; also, some Cows for gale, and people of the surrounding i
f\saw logs cheap, :A._ S..,Hodges, R. 1,I, country are invited to in- I DYNAMITING, done in all its branch- Were .

AOrlaD, ; 7-30-lm pect the stock. es. Clearing'land is our specialty.Let i They tobe : .

; wait fer ,ofia In town to us do your work. Estimates
every 'Iieasonable'prices.. Call address :
,, have' Eatraan,' .the painter, before, on or cheerfully given. L N. Lewis, 406
you ;try. Aaa too" bwy to: look you I .JAMES :N. SEWELL, S. East street 7-14-lmo '
.: :np.: ,Phone 686, and'I willbe; on the .
,I Jek. ,1-20-tf S-22-D &;W Winter Garden, Fla. ,: : ' Married Soon \

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LOW would cost'them to furnish 'a modern home of
..... what it
. .... . Came to us to see
\ and comfortable,
.'TJ fr wanted their home to be attractive
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four rooms.
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, . r I - II! nr i n Rates t yet homemade the They amounf expensive spent ol money considerable peices which,prohibitive.they time with us looking through our large stock.


'" f a We offered a few suggestions and gave them some new ideas. They were

<:: t I \. : ,' ,' #.,*':?l From: Orlando much pleased with what'they had seen and took ..memorandums of what they

". V- t'' i 'BUYERS.TO SHARE IN'-PROFITS '. thought they should want. tomake that they were doing
$' 38.78. CildHIIi, !. After looking around in other stores sure
' 11 L LOWER PRICES orFOIID'CARS' they came back and placed their or-
their appropriation
p fi 49.99. n..I. the best possible with .
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whom we are
Matt This hundreds of homemakers
agaist. of
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37.21 LeaisvIIIe;, "f. pleasing.We an extensive stock of serviceable, attractive homefurnishings
) Car $555.00 carry
t Touring 21.15 .. larkIIa/Ga. .grading,from t lowest priced which are good:to the very best. Your appro-

': c.i..; 'Runabout -' 505.00 ".71' . New YwM. Y. priation Jor j furnishing your home may be anything from 175 toioooor more
"">. a, orlaab. AH ute'tea; eadpped.
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. : 41.70 '. Via. rl: :. -you .can_make the most
wil le&bk't..ltala the aaaisan ffid ey '
pother we
E 'itr:f.etir7 predretia.'u. tile aG3aa a.aI d'is out. 43.45 SL.lHIs;_Me.
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ii> 'f ,' .., .FULLY',EQUIPPED AND DELIVERED $1,285 .}/ -, 50c meal in town. ; t.'

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'>: 'Wheel,base,' 112: inches;,motor, l-2x5four' ; cylinders, cast '.>: Rooms with bath $1.00,

F .lb .:-:, r Woe;:unit,.power plant; cone' clutch, ,selective transmission; .:'-.:. -
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i_ /f :;. .. axlee-:front,';I-beam; rearsemi-floating.rng1edrop_ frame; 12-, ; -, Special 1 rates for room and board by the
;:" .i inch brakes,.internal andexternal! ; 'springs--rear, three-quarter ;. ".
= front semi-elliptic undershrag :Holley carburetor; 15 : ; Week. ::
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t:. ., carried at. feed German silver 'ft .- ;..- ; ,-
.'.- gallon) gasoline tank; -rear, pressure ; J J
'J. ,,V-shaped radiator;',nickel trimmings, Standard,egnipment: ..
I 11-inch electric'headlights,:parabolic reflectors, bullet type side

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'TROUBLES. THE WAR'CORRE- The city council of Pablo Beach are Not since 1896 have ,there been I .. 111111111111111111111illlllllllllllltt..tll..t..I..III.II.

i CT. 'SFONDENTSk considering,the proposition of,issuing such brilliant prospects for the apple ......

"', ;:[ -, $35,000 in bonds, for the erection ..ofan crop .in this country. All through 1

p (By IftterMtiefial News'Service ) electric light plant' and an. .adequate Virginia and the orchards of eastern

,:andon;;: Aug... 2O--The 'newspapercorrespofidents sewer system. The'propositionmet West Virginia, while there has been TEN] :REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD
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attempting to :cover with favor and it is thought that rejoicing over the bumper peach crop, -

5, :the great,war in Europe are.Having a the citizens,Will vote for the improve there has been almost equal joy in
:time Especially'in: :Belgium, ments.. the hearts of the orchardists over '
sorry
k :wheethe, bUlk'of'the fighting has' Curred" the apple production, which is just "r' COOK WITH GAS is

'< are'tke,correj. ondents' har- Although many people are.hard up beginning be handled now, that

3"Sxied' ) ', almost'every conceivable difficulty : and ,can't pay their:grocer's bills,the the early peach crop is well on the

: According">: .a letter' received government has not yet.relieved their: way to the eastern markets.
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: here from a London newspaperman needs, by issuing them some of the

..'man. in Belgium; ,the,".correspondentsi 'emergency currency.To When a. hydro-aeroplane fell into 1. Convenience 6. Speed
etle are i being arrested several times '
+ Swedish waters a submarine boat _
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." ,'x 4aih as,spies,are not.allowed.to get be .convinced of the. producing dived under it and, brought it to shore : 2. Comfort .,' 7. Efficiency I
:'within' cannon;sound;of the fighting! power of Sentinel,want ads.-try.one.: uninjured. :
.end if they do:happen'to,:obtain any .. 3. Cleanlinessr 8. Safety r
I information of what ii going Ont the

, ,.' '" '-- and_Industrial School will throw open : 4. Simplicity
ne Cathedral
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: Jj 'do.. ,:not anticipate ever gettingearmod" Coo its doors October 1, 1914, for its fall of Heat
'writesthe term. We hope all students will be
\ ;anywhere ; 5. -
Accessibility
& Vcorrespofident; :referred' to, "and oRLANDo. FLORIDA present on the first day.. The buildings 10. Economy

:1-c do Wt expect f should be,allowed to :,(F raeriy bun u PdLCUrk: Sdwol).,,.' 'are being thoroughly renovatedand

('; ;:.Tetura:alive'witn,,my .story 'if' I did RIPENSCTIEI._ '7 everything being ,made as com-

get to:Ae:front: : i fortable as possible. Any informa-
A BMhKar sad Day Sebool for GirixRefiUr
*% of Atime. withthese and, -, tion concerning the school may be ,.::'
, ', am havkg a --- Special Cranct-Primair 2. COMFORT
'- : :military, blighters here.:. :Most Mt Iatem icArtEkKBtknPhjued dUt and Academic Grade'ftltireD *- had by writing 'Mrs. R.' C. Calhoun, ,. y

: fmy; afternoons andevenmgs-are -and.Bcitk SuroudiDp-Cliaate Science-Admirable Healthfal Situ ea Eatonyflle.. Florida. 8-8-Sat-tf .A GAS RANGE is the greatest producer of REAL COMFORT in the

peni,in Jail 'I ave):pass from theBelgian Careful ... \
:> : H life-Capable Teachen modern kitchen. If you cook ,with GAS all work is eliminated
unnecessary
Lav Rates.
;: vrair ice With'my.photo: attached WOOD. COAL AND ICE
: .and cWters ned by the, genral : Rer. Roderick. >-, Cobb' Bishop 'Mann, 'Wood, $1.50.I.a stranc ;up. Hand's and cooking is made a pleasure. There is no wood to bring in,

:staffbuttIetrouble,: is"'tb"at'.noone'wfll Rector. President I CoalYard, phone' 66. 941tiTHE no ashes to carry out, no dirt and soot to dean up-nothing to do but

;app&watly recognize 2 it. It .. I "turn a valve and strike a match"

55. c is.a'pure Wuff,and not_.worth the pa- In warm weather especially, the comforts of cooking with a Gas
per'it1..wi, ttel oil, '
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k- 4'' 5 .who s Range are very apparent, because the kitchen: kept "clean, cool, and
too
"Also the'peafianta. .are into -
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inn, ,go,to.the:treat and the.young- :. )wt comfortable" without the slightest effort.

;#s,'of eyiry village throughout.Bel.; No heat is wasted to make the room as hot as the oven itself and

glum:have}turned themselves into :a the fire is turned out the instant the cooking is done.
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.fc&force.? ;Jt: -
C where"outside. o/Brnaselsan"auntyc, COOK WITH GAS AND BE COMFORTABLE.

:mobile'you:are.held up,"searched;.and MARKETOf

7 :asked to show:-.your,papers every_half .
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t..ink f ... Of ORLANDO> 'WATER & LIGHT CO.
" -e 'Quality
:: iwo;Belgian journalists Cleglinessr .. ... S '
to-Namur: and1 Di- .,i 4: '
and:Vywtfwe ;, w" S ty'" .
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:.hoping:to '_discover the;whereabontsef t; of
: fri fid&. I kept arecord and'foundareaerestepped "&0- PlSltAND''GAIII' : ' '..v"Y . ..
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'"On:;:.Ma*,mg; Namur. 'on our: wayhack -
eaeeie frwa the ms. aid.kept [neYWe
away ,.
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: ,:;despite: '.our, ;official.,paper, .weWe ''. ..." f. -' ,
. .arrested. as :-plea and, dragged'of aM'- ,....' (' WE FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES
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. " c .by ,a band' .of ferocious:soldiers-,to iiTite ieelk..i gwuraHtee.sattefactioa. We .... AND DO ALL KINDS 'OF .
, ',tb ]'military, headquarters,,'followed everytfctag IB the Meat'Lfoe. I
" ;:1jI.V'savage-fib, anxious to lynch us. OPTICAL RB AIBIN6 $Bt arlcston ann Return $8

.' ;.., We were> ,kept there for some time.befWhenwegot The' PARLORMARKET '
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: orejbeing
'. r : ; to the.office of the ifM.S1f&Co. ( VIA"Clyde
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OfiUlM8dant;. wg'.found: ''the London ,

:' 'ri matt' 1ready, there, a'prisoner.mbrt PINE S LineFirst
5 '"b ;' ;'dangerous part, of thesis STREET r
.5:; DR. L H., RAMSDELL
aUf' : that the :average' peasant

.:aed with a,rusty;blunderbuss; who : ,Phone..., No.. "80. OPTOMETRIST '
U liames'one :along. the. roads..in,.the (Sawenor to Dr. 0. ,P.. Utiai) Class Meals and Berth IncludedThis
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:country,;can:not even read," doff.- __n __ __ ORLANDO, FLORIDA

'cpegs. ;" ., -mean.:.nothing,to-him.-
WHERE SHALL ,I GobO SCHOOL ? .
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', not wearing
"For them everybody :: '
special rate good on any of the Company's
the lfelguin uniform.is a German
.Mome.. Belgian .officers 'are little spy. FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE- UNIVERSITY' OF FLORIDA I' FOR SALE steamers August 22nd to October 17th

:bener 'than these.ignorant peasants. FOR-WOMENr. GAINESVILLE, AT ABARGAIN inclusive.

: JLetWgive! you an,example.. YesterT TALLAHASSEE. .
. : Clay on leaving Namur.oh;our way to"e't School College of of:Art Mask and; :Sciences School ;of Normal Expression School;;;, Return Limit 10 Days
;; ::.officers,,members of School of'Art; Extension Division; Graduate 8 'Colleges and Divisions; Liberal Arts:
School oderaGJmuaiua with iwimminx Law; Engineering; Agriculture; Teachen
;. Ny f ..corps'aeke&for; a.lift as'far' pool: basket ball and tennis court dew and College i ;' Experiment Station-; Extension Division scheduled sail from
Ships to
T :aerodrome. Anxious to modern buildingi; beautiful campus; dormitories 't : Graduate School Ten new brick build- Jacksonville every
'U>; the have .all modem cooveniences; new S jags besides gymnasium swimming: pool and Three ten acre tracts
on and
;oblige:fCiMeBtMta;: djl.1' Y them dining room' and kitchen most hygienic.in I many subsidiary bIlildin 11 officers instructors Tuesday,.Thursday Saturday at 2 p. m.
; .. ,',where the Florida 418 young ladies. from 49.'counties and assistants. 854 young men Orlando and Kissimmee road
ground ., ,
de ,
ghj : last session -m 47 Florida counties audit. States and
.* ,eanrel:0nce, ,there. ,,theydenouncing andTUITION FREE in' CoQegt and Normal. foreign countries last session' only and half miles
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aeropla : J two one
School ..Bord and entrance fees for the i TUITION FREE Board and Entrance Fees : ,
. = ,.Ua re is .'our:;k.M.. 'e --g,08f by,, : .,arreat' ,byjoldieis. year (124.00.EDWARD For catalogne,CONSADL write me-, .$11.50'per A.year.A.. Write.MURPHREE today for,, President catalogue I from' the post office, Orlando. For reservations and_ further particulars apply to r

;. .' {' ,'1 Will sell one or all. The He G. WENZEL Fla. Pass. Agent I
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,; k wm1'iv .x seme idea,of price will double when the d

...5 .the.difficulties. : .r- t?' ).. 'at:.' I JOHN, B. STETSON,- 'UNIVERSITY brick road, is ,laid.. Other 122 'W. Bay St. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

','" ,'t.. iii ptmg.to get aayttb-,'. -iIar, =1r:, ; ,'IIUCWN' ...HUllET'..rh.ll..';'Litt- D.; LL D., President, small tracts for -
grove
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\ f=canon sound+',of''" ,; .Seod them to Stetson:' FaN.Tvrm'BcglM,Sept i s.. desirable groves and' city PRESIDENT PLANNING WEEKWashington Sentinel subscribers who contemplate -
' -t40 PeIernaad'Iatrnetom, ,CoEegs of.x..ent.'ArlI, : -.
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, even (did'sacceed ki
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: > END CRUISE
'.-.- : ' .S. ::1T U *reaHylB'Ac ,BaiWiDII -Coflege of Law, _; at .that vacations in the mountains or
.w. prices
., ,, ::.fdc-, ., <:. '"1 .."... . t '. Caaim \ .Goies',of. Technology property command elsewhere, may have the Sentinel by
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: .:.ever"be aUoHti&itIID, W ,5 ......... '';' .' "Aeatesrftetosi - --*., ;attention.- Aug. .-President mail without any additional expenSE-
" t ':;5\l '' : .1 : j ,' Volumes m Lftmy. ",.::, ., .''.*...Mseharie... .ArIa. -,. and the address changed often
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. S PIlle .. ., < s' Wilson is planning a week-end cruise as as
"All'rythese !
; ,; ",...,-- 111x''lip u..... x.. ...... ill!.aSM' > .el11aTAu Cooper. Atha desi-ed.
.' 'their'minds'to"harry;:ac..uplfartU.ale :.'v. 1 r e.-t r t '-.'-& ..... wPbrea4etoaex along'the Atlantic.coast on-the.Hay-
.: '> Separate Domttorit. foe ytm maaxt 'CIIRW Win, ll4 a.U WWBe)9AWi) ::vMVM,nMf flower beginning probably KEEP AHEAD
(they were a; I IriJj_ >d g>amrnybst. aadarisai Man ing.is ." ., y.
:f it; ..,? ' '. :" '-' : ha felr ,orfer isasji imt iBtiasji aidlds: -;; s. i. .;....:.3 fr White House officials,. believing. the Of, your neighbor by reading the
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_ ,.' Martin, of Chicago, who went to Mu- 1t7pfit'or
J 4-. ; '. '- -: OF :DEPOSIT; ; OR ,OPEN A nich a week ago to bring out his ., 1" ,

N CHECKING:ACCOUNT "'. .':. niece, .Miss. Stone, told a story'full : x -.

of interesting experiences when he '

ii : : This strong bade is behind any form returned here with Miss Stone today.lIe Iii [ I T your Valuable Papers Jewelry ; -

: i ef' dcpodt .yea. make. ,Its strosg, financial " attempeid first to make his way ,
to Munich by wry of Paris and Berne, ;
I fwadatiem experienced _.officersaad Silver
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Switzerland, but was not successful.He ,
,.its system of safeguards, makes the was unable to proceed beyond .
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Paris.
'ti.T': :: STATE BANK OF ORLANDO :' Stories related to him of hardships .; $1.00 PER YEAR AND UP
: .' endured by Americans marooned in

s Germany impelled him to make a sec :
If .. "., '. the:"$ ce to place year mo&ey.. ond attempt and in company with : it II 11 : You cannot afford to leave such :

", . . ,..< . ,, of New York whose :
.. ; : ' . John Moran, -
i II II Ft valuables
,, : :t'.,_ : '., ,'DO.THIISNOW1 !....:. :.J./ wife was last heard from in Munich, at home when $1.001111 ;

-: g l H B, ; lr;: \ :;"': ;. : Dr. Martin started again through IUII safeguard them for a year. (I {
:. ::: ,_ Holland. There he fell in with S. ::
Bergmann, of New'York, who had
.
.
just spent three days in an English rUJUW .
,.xf' ;.to I. prison at Winchester owing to his ";
'. 1 : inability to prove his American citi Y.'i?. tft:

c 'H zenship.' . ,. .
< ; ;>
;
"We, as Americans, said Dr. Mar-
-
tin, "had little difficulty in passing

: through the German lines, but Mr. ', . ... . . .. -
-' tt '\ .. ,. .... . ' ' :' '" "'- " ' :, ." ,.'
.. . ..
< until . . .. ..
stopped finallyhe .. ....
Bergmann was : '-
,.' '" . '.' : ., ..... ...""' .. :,... . : ; .
the : : : " " ,
his release from
exhibited Eng- ; '
n. : 'k '
tft : : i t ;
.... . ... lish prison upon which his photograph :
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{ 'D.
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>, "' ,' was pasted. E'.. : i':'. ""' -.... '.' .,.- .::, .. .,:.. "' ." ..r .. .,. ,..., j ..\,. ,
k :Pol Plancon, The World's Greatest "At to Crefeld take us we to secured Cologne.an Throughthe automobile .. :'..... .. ;.' : ':' 5'. ..:'. :. .. .. . .'. ... . . .... : .;. ' .':.,'.-, .to',',, : . : .

_/. """ "".,..,, t.Basso: is Dead efforts of. Mr. Bergmann, who T .. .. -
*_- \ (1r:: : :\ -:. : : ?;:; -:- :-; .::?> :,: . ::. : : > '. ": : : : ,
:
f\ -.# r *& !, upon arriving at Cologne learned that : ?: : .: : : '?" ., : ; ..Y"r: : :: ; : ;: ; : ;:::::',:}y:: .:":
!|ttt yliJari t.il1'httar' 'him sing the' solos I 600 of.his automobiles in a factory in .. ...

: '1 ;Irom?:FAtJST' that,'have. gien.him. a world-wide Berlin had been commandeered by the intervals -
we were requested to show
for we ob-
government war
'
: h i ,...reputation._ This great' ,artist. made 20 records tained the necessary purposes permits to pro- our papers. I
'
I :, ;for the. Victor people and his rendition ceed. We covered 1,100 miles on Sat- Americans Quite Safe in Germany

Ii ,jpf:, the 'character or Mephistopheles is urday and Sunday and found to our "Judging from my trip and the experience GRAND

H :acknowledged: to be almost without a peer. immense relief that Mr. Moran and of Miss Stone in Munich,

t You'. ;c an L always have: the. world's! best music if Miss Stone were still in Munich.No Americans are as safe in Germany'as
: in Chicago or New York. We did not .
Gasolene for NonCombatants"In
;. own a Viotrola. $15 00 to $250.00. Atyle '
:. you:_, ,
the American
a the meantime the military authorities parade flag because we
and price to fit every purse, and condition knew were'seeking the
had ordered that no more many persons TODAY
V : i *? ** I: gasolene fie sold to non-combatants. protection of the stars ,and stripes -

__ Several'American cars in Munich had who were not entitled to it. It is im-
ij. W. S. BRANCH, been taken by the authorities when possible to make the trip we did with-

their revealed their existenceby out being profoundly impressed with
owners
U 'lhe :Arctic' Tear nl dealt Store for fuel. the thoroughness of the preparations
appealing rl
i --" .. ., i ra arIVar\ rl!
contingency
H' "Mr. and Mrs. Moran decided to Germany making for every -

-.p : ," ." '- remain in Munich,* but Miss Stone that may arise on land. The
I and I left on Monday with, as I sup- morale of the people was inspiring
4 : A i =- posed, only two gallons of 'gasolene. They''expect to win and they have no

: :GRAND VIEW We had determined to keep going as thought of turning back or of fail- "

long as possible. ure."In "Pathe Semi-Weekly
"Onc safely out of Munich, our three weeks I have been an ,
: : enterprising chauffeur revealed to us eyewitness ta mobilization in trance,
iAEIH ) Positively the only and first pictures ob-
covered*by blankets, several cans of England and Holland. It is difficultto
'. the precious fluid. say which preparations I admiredthe tainable in this country.
Newest and Pass Through German Lines most. They all have been so
=5 m up-to-date hotel in,
..' at. "During this, journey we actually magnificent, yet so different. In
; : "CaQt I1. Situated within the Jines f the German Paris it was 40n to;Berlin.' In Ger-
t : : ., on_ Academy Heights. were army.. At' one; point>>e passed entrenchments many it is quietly assumed that it is I "MYSURY OF THE BIDDEN UOUSt"A

i Overlooking the 'beautiful Pigeon River .being'rapidly thrown up : 'London,. ,Paris Sty Petersburg.. :In I

by, .thousands of. troops. Entrenchments .- I London-it Is anx impressive but. ominous Vitagraph special feature in two big
f fl Valley., ,One of thee finest views in VfestemN6rth ; both of f silence." .
) $ extended on .sides our parts. This is a real feature and you
'( and far the could
highway as as "
: ; ; Carolina. 4.: -, ". f reach there were masses of eye troops, DE PALMA \\'lNS'SPEED TROPHYIN -t, :sliould'not. t .. deny yourself this treat.

4 ; _with'field guns and munitions. Mov- A ,MERCEDES, - '
!-:_;
ing in the direction of. Belgium, between "

',Cologne and Bingen, was a con- Elgin, Ill., Aug. 21.-(Special)- "By Parcel Post,

tinuous line of troops,provision wag- Ralph De Palma, driving a Mercedes,
t Y MRS. J. :R. McFADYEN ons_ and ambulances. won the fifth annual Elgin road race A clever Edison comedy in one reel.
,. 6,000 French Prisoners at Frankfort"At for the Chicago Automobile club trophy -
i:,jr Frankfort 6,000 French pris- this afternoon. His time for the

I ::6-20.d; &\Y.' CANTON, N.C oners were pointed out to us. The 305 mile course was four hours, five "An Angel Unaware "

: .', "' -: journey was a continuous thrill as minutes and ten seconds. Gil.Anderson ,
_4 ; : ., MIIIHIt we momentarily expected to be deprived driving Stutz, was second, and
of our slender stock of gaso Mulford, in a Peugot, third. An Essanay drama. Another good pic
BASEBALL RESULTS SHOOTS AT WIFE THEN TAKES lene. Whenever we announced our- ... j ture.
t HIS OWN LIFE: selves as Americans we were greeted FINE PRIZES FOR AUTO RACERS

.AaerttM 'LeagueAll with studied courtesy. -'

f, -games',postponed.Federal ." .', 'Jacksonville, Fhu, Aug.. 21.-J., F. "We arrived in CologneTuesday (Continued from page 1)) FIVE BIG REELS.The .
f f. ; ', Brewer of '416 West Forsyth street, night, after running,250 miles duringthe tion in DeLand Monday.and Tuesday,
t League
manager of the Cabinet .saloon, is day. We pushed on to Crefeld. Sanford Wednesday and Thursday,
'
L best show accompanied by the only
o Ckfeftgo 2, Bafaloi4.. dead. as the result of a self-inflicted The highway was congested with and then brought to Orlando to be at
::Indianapolis 4-9, Brooklyn 2-4.. wound following the shooting of his guns, ambulances and' munitions' of the disposal 4 f the Orlando AutOmobile *

ii Kansas City,'XPittetborg o. wife this, morning at his home, and war of all kinds. At only one time association until the races are. ORCHESTRAin
,-St:;;
\ 1 n 1 'Nd.. !'te.Pe hospital..For was when two soldiers pointed their run.Already at least a dozen cars have the
-- City.
t iMiHati 8,.Nero/'York 2.' .- ; some unknown reason' Brewer guns menacingly at our heads as'our been entered in the Labor Day races,
'Pittsburg Boston; rain; fired at his wife at 10:50.o'cl. this deliberate chauffeur took his time in and the, entries will not close until You can't afford to miss this big show.

i, Chicago 7;: Philadelphia 3. morniDgand ,believing that he had stopping 'on their orders. September 1st, with the probabilitythat i
"
:St. Louk. 4, Brooklyn. .1.. ended her: life turned the pistol onhimself "This last stage of our return jour- a number of other cars will be
%. , Setth Ate League' and sent a bullet crashing ney was the most difficult of all As entered.

'' .-Savaaeah 4; 'Colwibia;2. through his temple inflicting 'almost we were travelingon a war highwayin About 15 entries are assured in the lOc
f .JM.floaville;;6-0, Columbus 15., instant death. 'The only motive for the immediate rear of a great battlefield motorboat races, and while .it .is not 5c :

SJ Oarleetoafl,-Aogosta: 0., the, deed which .the-police were,.able we were stopped dozens of expected that any speed ;records will
to find'y early investigation is that times. be'broken this will doubtless proeone
:.., :X eitG-. Albany. ;;0,:
:; .Y SeatfcefH League Brewer;was believed to have'been in "Among other things which helpedus of the most thrilling and interesting .
an intoxicated condition when he was little German flag.the chauffeur 'events of an exciting day. -
t:4 1 att. Nine :
,in- fired: The two buffets directed at his had placed on the radiator of The'motorcycle prizes will be cash iiiiiiiiiiintuiiiiiim*
: .fiisgs cafi 4: to' ,esable' visitors to'ox .
sj' : '' ("j wife took: effect and .she is.'m, a se- the machine. .It seems that an order, and large number of entries are ex-
v *. catch "train roius condition., of which we were ignorant, hal been pected.' 0- 00l T.F. HOURmAN
Ch tt aaeoga,2, Naahvflle 1Bimiagfeam -
fl: : issued that German flags were not_,to Every preparation' is being' made .
: 10, Montgomery,' I We"insure .:your life and loan you be used on:automobiles,except those at.the',Beach accommodate .one of Licensed. Plumber and
:'!' ,MebUe'Q: 2, ,New Orleans 0. money:'on real estate at 6per-cent in, the service of _military officials the,largest =crowds\; ever, assembledon l hseet Killer Wills Sanitary Engineer
--
; !ZPOPES,: '.. ,. . interest Guarantee Life& Loan Co., -
"'" -- and members of the :royal, .family.F that famous coarse on Labor,Day,. Estimates Furnished jobbing
x t. $.SISTER. NOT; DEAD Curry- Building, Tampa;3wtf Fla.' .',r.two_ days ire<.had_ ',been- protected' v and:nothing; is,being .left undone RM Promptly Attended to.

'j ---, .. ," by'a' 't1ag we. had no right to;'use.,. by 'add to:the comfort aDd enjoyment' of PHONE .6z9
\ 'jieae;' ."Aug:; .21i (Special)Thepope's ,Sums'never comes' to, ,the'-man my, Prussian:,cap- and' military" ;ceat- the. thoosaB 4tf vofVvi. tef8- .-,'-:expected. Your house of-all insects.. 106 Court Street
sister;,Aaaa, '.Sarto. -,',who' ,wasmay' who,sits on a dry goods box and whistles worn'by my"nfece.. 'j i from,all part; FWriiL' - } 6aUN $1N
r rejported i :tkroaghoutBone -for"it. been "BSc:. 8ILANM .
: ; ; "Our-fearle chauffeur worked:his The Oriaedo toad ko. engagedto ftAIIlA
;to.:,.he.- ., ..fai" .';-eC;grkf.:;on .ac- "- siren,and passed the .caravan'of'War .'f1 rBi- t' MMK for tte; 'dayand ,, ..ForsalebyCamtters W-lm
_.F ceoet'oi... _:bwtfcef's doaatls, ie:gradbeing- .Up'to date painting,'papering, ett, at'a rate"of forty:miles an-hoar.. '. there wil wt to 4.$ amt dar ,
iwfiy Itgra i ',Bfettgth/after., __ ia 'the:kffid you:want ,WhWtoget_ *"It Bras:.a coaka>t source of:;w iid -,, Iac- *__,*iptfl a fete W; t & Gere, ************* *******.

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