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Title: The morning sentinel
Uniform Title: Morning Sentinel
Morning sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
Physical Description: 6 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando, Fla.
Orlando Fla
Publication Date: August 23, 1914
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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Volume ID: VID00415
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Other version: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
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FRENCH TOOK' MUELHAU-- PROMINENT CITIZEN OF MISS EMMA GRAY ENJOY- BISHOP MANN WRITES OF

< rf SEN, BUT FORCED, , TO f'JUTLAND DIED' AT 11 ING LIFE IN NORTHERN- HIS EXPERIENCES IN

VICTORIOUS. GERMANS_ MARCH" EVACUATE < < OCLOCK LAST NIGHT MOST'POSSESSIONS METROPOLIS


k.; !." >THROUGH: :BELGIUMttttlr ' ' Later. Recapturing-the City and I'_':,4 ten :Yesterday- Morning in Finds J. That Alaska- Is Not Out. Soldiers ,on Every Hand and

Defeating German .Forces :His Grove, at Maitland,Poi-. of the,World by Any Means Great Crowds Assemble inDemonstrations
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: . '. : : .',. With Considerable Loss sea. Got'iB, ; Work Before But Enjoys Most Things
IWxpiOlfiwi.to.(tonai ,Progress:andTheyOeenpy ,' '
'OMpettfe* Amer-- '
," *v of Men and Guns Could Reach Hospital Found in the StatesA leans Relieved
:.Oe* a4:em"tke Stnate.ef Dover, Aerie:the'Channel '. r

.tfM, tfce. 1'" :- Telegraph dispatch from of Maitland, died at the McEwan Miss Emma Gray tells of her contin-
company Bishop Mann, mailed in Londonon
.Ferns, ,CeathwesE%, leg, .TMf'olIJegtfiTerrik ; Paris gives these :further details of s sanitarium- at' eleven o'clock last' night I ued enjoyment of her visit in Alaska; the 9th, tells of the enthusiasmthen

y "" -Mighty, ,German. .Army' the battles of Muelhrisen and Alt- L night''from the.biteof. a rattlesnake.. that she is having "the best time in shown in London over the war;
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< ; : ; ; kirch:' Mr. Stone was working in his the world and is well the that
,,'i 1---' -Expected.88811,10; Engage Mainv" .: 0 ; grove very ; "everywhere are crowds, solders
.- ; -. "As the enemy's retreat had not cutting,-weeds near the fence. yester- weather perfect at first, but very cheers and newspaper extras."
; Be4y
# -" escape, hiding in the forest of a space struck. him on .the arm. He. hurried from rheumatism in spite of the hotel to offer any assitance he could

( hohdAag.,22.: ,=lSpeciaL)--Alinorthern;; Belgium, is a 'Ger-: eighteen miles' in extent French to-his home where he drank a small dampness and says people go every- render to the American relief com-
-"iiMiniprovihce temporarily .at1'least :iNo opposition was offered :troops entered Muelhausen as nights quantity of whiskey and then applied where just the same whether rainingor mittee, in sesidn there. He found
:- .: falling, to the acclamations of iodine to the wound, also taking a not, every one seeming well and here hundreds of Americans seeking
,_,'.' ,,:\the..' Germans,-- -- at Ghent;Ostehd;< or Bruges.- At Ostend- every. prep- the people, who royally feted our sOl- small quantity internally.He happy. advice and aid, and writes the news-
ation 'was', made.;JbVreniier;the:.,town open. Civic guards, were I:diers. Muelhausen! was difficult todefend was then hurried to this city She adds she "had always thought papers state there were at that time

.ydis1iauded and. four,thousand. ,',volunteers- removed from the port.. [ against a force coming, from by.automobile, but about an hour anda Alaska was almost out of the world, twenty thousand of our tourists in
r ",:j The rapidity- '">pf- the- German movements, throughout. Belgium i the north or east,and was relativelyeasy half Had elapsed before.he reachedthe but there never was a greater mistake London-that of these, six thousand .

:are:"dueig.one: 'measure to tie'failure: the retiring'Belgians': to I to take., I McEwan. sanitarium where the Juneau has everything as to had just ;arrived from the continent,
': "The Germans attacked bur posi- wound was promptly cut open and allowed church, clubs, libraries, "movies," most of them without baggage or
't railroads and bridges behind them.
4 iestrpy'the; tions that ;same'night' coming from to bleed, but the fatal poison theater and opera house, two large available funds. In this connectionhe
I The..Chronide.prints,:a; dispatch; from ,Folkestone saying'.that the .forest on the right:and Neubrei- had already spread to all parts of daily papers, with all latest dispatches adds: "I am proud of the quick

_;: avengers:arriving.*;there from. 'Ostend report German patrols in sach on the left, while other troops the body and though the physicians the flag hanging at half mastin ness with which our relief committee -

.- 'the: 3elgian:seaport;last'Friday: marched in the directioh, of Cernayto labored faithfully its deadly effects tribute to Mrs. Wilson almost im- was formed and the thorough wayit
v -- cut off our retreat from there. could not be stayed. after her death:! Seven "
"It..i is'hard.to',believe/-said the Chronicle correspondent, "that meidately is doing its work.
+ Cerna, is on the.Thur river southeastof When Mr. Stone first reached lines of steamers come here. Thereare He had enjoyed a. visit to the National -
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on'the Straits of
.,the :Germans are really occupying a position
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Thann. home, following the bite of the snake, many beautiful homes and even Portrait Gallery, writing of it
,Dover across-from;the English. coast., When we left Ostend the "By staying in Muelhausen with a he said that,he had no warning what- the small cottages have all modern Hat a couple of hours there spent

-,Germans were already, f1he.outskirts,,and'it",was 'expected,that comparatively 'weak' force we risked ever-, and that the..reptile, struck ash improvements. The people are cultured gives a review course in English history -

'they,wotid occupy the city by; the time"our steamer reached Eng- losing our. line of retreat to the stooped ,to pick up some brush. and charming, many of the men rom Queen Elizabeth down to ,

.... 1aIid.' :. heights of Vosges. Therefore it was Even then he did not see ,the snake college bred, and holding government the present day.
TTOirrrirdrml 'Qstend and thought best to attack the enemy and supposed some insect had bitten: positions. This being the capital, Among interesting buildings he
"All yesterday
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forojiiMO marching toward Cernay and utilize him until,.stooping again,he, saw the most of the officials live here." tells of St. Bartholomew's church, as
*11'gaov. M t' .Iiee are.clOse(!and,the"people are in a panic... when snake and to strike In
.< < :1< our reserves a rally was necesSary coiling preparing dosing, Miss Emma asks to be being the oldest parish church in Lon-
: ApparenUy'.... without;:Voodoos- ,check. ,the German advance isaw@@piug ;' Our left was being attacked I once,more. remembered to all her. Orlando don, having escaped the "great fire;"

.!; .:through:Belgium.Foilowiag .'' toward Cernay by a superior force;I friends, and writes of sorrow in the I IthoVght.o that it is an excellent specimen of
: 1 the capture- of Brussels_the Germans are forcing their Our ceaterwas engaged at Muelhausen CONCLAVE" OF CARDINALS WILL" not returning to her"Flor-' Norman architecture, built in 1123
'" -** *.* te r i* .* -V'""*" *" : i >and:"our'nght'was:: forced to remain : BEGIN' ..AUGUST'31st., ida, home" .and'9(;,her love for *the* by Prior Rahere. "
rapfdG BOrth and west and.the to
: steadily ala1 : plan appears .
way., '11'.4". ; ,-rAt ,ina tive. The ,battle was going -, friends here. This letter bad made A solemn intercession service, be- I
,>", '"be, ; ven1ui e'.wlJori: ei ( western'section, of.,Belgium. against us. Therefore retreat was Rome, Aug. 22.Special.Theconclave ( its.long journey in good time maifed cause of the war, had just been held

. the same time.the mianslppear.to be.drawing closer to the only solution as the enemy was of cardinals at which the in Juneau on the 10th and received in Westminster Abbey, this being at-

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; 'Namur;on' the river Meuse.. ,* *- of Alsace without a struggle and had elected commences on August 21st at ."

With large i:bodies OGermantroops pouring ;;toward the west brought up a' large force for its de the Vatican. ,It is expected that by 2,000 AMERICANS REACHED NEW Mrs. Mann has suffered from a =
fens. September 3rd the conclave will have lame ankle! confining her to her
room
1; contact must.soon be,had.with,the main body of,the allied forces, YORK YESTERDAYNew
"Our to take reached to whichone
v object was up a new some agreement as for some days after reaching London -
,whose movements are)shrouded.in mystery base, in the shelter. of Belfort., The of the sixty-five cardinals will be York, Aug. 22Special.) ,but she had improved sufficientlyto

; 1&.German'.army will then find ,itself facing its, chief oppo- enemy suffered 'severely from our ar- the next pope.AUSlmANS. The White Star liner Baltic arrived go out by using a taxicab.

t snentg'; .ant a great,battle,. which must: have a tremendous effect tillery. Theft howitzer battery causedus here today from Liverpool with 2,000

5 ron:.the'future: (;.the'war; will probably; ebb and flow for several much trouble. Accordingly Gen- passengers aboard. Over one thou
eral:Pan determined to give battle, as LOST 20,000IN ( ]
J 39 8 BRITISH H SHIPS SUNK
'. days:before.a decision reached._ .? ,:,.' the, enemy seemed_ inclined ratherthan sand travelled in the steerage becauseof
Y 'Details oft the fighting now going on dribbl (in slowly; to continue to skirmish. The lack of accommodations and their 4

',The',German;artilleryis,said?to be directing a terrible rain of battle front :was less extended than EY[ .FIGHT anxiety to. get home. BY y GERMANS[

lfute 'at the'-Nimur forte,:where,all the terrible scenes of the as- on the previous week. The German RUSSIAN ARMY BUSY ON FRONTIER -

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:: i 'a; :big.force: ,of ,German troops, probably the commenced Thann .and. Dannemariewere TROUS DEFEAT BY i STORY AND

.main'German''iI'D1tin.JeIi1 is. said,to.be, driving through the the objective points. The fight SERVIANS London, Aug. 22.-A dispatch to VOUCHES FOR IT
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'gap between--Mona and.CharleroL was sharp and decisive and the .Germans the Exchange Telegraph company

*. ;'The': .Germans',plan-ie'now"said'to be to strike France ,by way 'were driven out. They set,fire Belgian Commander of Liege from"It St.is officially Petersburg announced says: that the Claimed That German Torpedo :l

of': :' .the Sambre river and the movement between to the greater.part of the. town before Forts Prisoner of Germans Flotilla
Mubeuge, on ,_ leaving. t Russian army is advancing along the Played Havoc With
r 'Mona aniCharleroi.woulorindicate, that such a'plan is under way ."General Pau next gave an orderto En Route to entire Austro-German frontier and British Navy and Dirig

'Meauwhile'it; .has beennoted that German troops have already attack in the direction of Mud Cologne successfully maintaining the offensive ibles Dropped Bombs I
the'French border Little where they feeling out i at every point of contact." ':
""'' ;.crossed near are hansen At the same time our left "..
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t .thepositions: (:.the.French, preparatory to an attack in force toopenjihe began an' attack.in the direction of London, Aug. 22.-:Official sources New York, Aug. 22.-The New J
FRENCH WARSHIPS TAKE TWO
: Cohnar and Neubreisach and our confirm reports that. the Austrians York Herald in extra .
: roadway to'Paris.. an says:
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., in the three PRIZES .:1
lost
: right began its_march on Altkirch. 20,000 men days' "We learn this morning from indis-
THlNtrWILLBE'OOOMING: Our left and right also menaced the fighting on the Drina river and that '-
NEXT OF-JAPAN'S GUNS
,, : putable source that the news we
Brest France, via Paris, Aug. 22.-
line of the German retreat before General Leman, the Belgian commander ,
'London,: Aug.:, 22,-'(Special)-The Exchange Telegraph cornpany:3apsthereport Muelhausen. Four German batterieswere I of the forts at Liege, is a The French liner Flandre, convertedinto brought telling of the destruction of i

; :: that the'Japanese embassy has not'yet re abandoned and our men, limber- prisoner of the Germans and en route an auxiliary cruiser, has cap- thirty-nine vessels belonging to the

o ceived::notification.'.of Germany's :answer' :Japan's ultimatum ing up their guns: captured twenty- for Cologne tured the German four-master Barm- English navy by a German torpedo ...i

c 'has'been.officially.confirmed. 'The: ap&nese'attache, according.to four of the enemy's guns., General Leman was until recentlythe dreck, laden with nitrate. flotilla is true and that such is the .
.' "The'struggle continued desperately head of the Belgian military The French cruiser Desaix took the
ihe'- :authority, has been ordered to leave Berlin.. An em '
,,, .. . reason why England is silent.
Gradac
Austrian steamer
$ : but already the had found school and is considered an authorityon carrying
enemy
basay"official; ,:replying,to-,the,query ,whether. Japan had listened our troops"steadily gaining ground military engineering. He is knownas flour and sugar. "It is reported that yesterday wire-

.. otiaoposalrbf:; the United:States to hold the 'German leased and apparently fearing that the a determined and resourceful commander The two prizes are moored in the less messages were received at Say-

iemiOry', .:Ki au :.Chau ;in 'trust: .'for China, remarked "I think bridges .over the Rhine:would be de- '!Ie is sixty-two years of outer harbor. ville, L. I., giving this information. '.--

ia3t."oThenext) ,thing :will 'we 'will hear.will .be the-booming, of, stroyed, retired in great disorder and age.A It is insisted in letters received here _
;- vigorously pursued by our men. We dispatch to Renter's Telegram BRITISH RESERVISTS IN U. S.
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; !i' via Holland that three Zeppelin air-
,'". BOW hold the sides and the main val company from St. Petersburg sent NOTIFIED
qAWAITINGNlWS'.FROM.: :JAPAN- At 'WASHINGTON: leys of the Vosges and are in the best i under today's date says: ships destroyed three dreadnoughtsand :

i positions to..follow up our success inthe "After a brilliant Servian victoryat Washington, .Aug. 22.-AU British many other smaller vessels in the
A.r:: 2 SPeci i. At late tonight the '
Washington ( ) hour
-- a ,
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; '. ; ., direction of Colmar.." Matschwa, the Austrians fled toward army reservists in the United States harbor of Hull by the use of bombs.
[j? (Japanese and German'embassies.were awaiting :word}of..the developments the bridges of the Drina river have been ordered to place them- Three other Zeppelin airships have

; at .Berlin and" Tokio. The time .1 limit":on .the ,Japanese ENGLAND WARNS NEGROES pursued by the: Servians who captured selves at the orders of English consular been prepared for war service, but

a ',ultimatum'to.:Germany'expired.at 10 o'clock" eastern.tune but as STARTING FOR AFRICA rich bootyand a:large numberof officers in their districts. their destination is kept secret.

,....t.J thiS hour is'4'a-I: .Bit time. it was. not eXpected that anyd. prisoners, including officers. They
.from.Gennrate'I until, morning: The embassies expect: Galveston. ; Aug. 22.-The steamship took forty ions, most of..them'hQwit- '
f MILUONARE WAS KILLED
; YOUNG
Liberia, carrying Chief/Alfred Sam; zers, horses, ammunition and field,
:the nws':of Jap :..:next move;to' come.direct:from ';Tokio.NONCOMBATANTS who is'promoting,the'"Back'to:Afri hospital and military kitchens which I'

l? : \:,. 'BEING':EXPELLED FROM TSING TAU negroes sailed late today for African According' .a.Central' News: ..dispatch -
'Pekin; ;;" ) : =N Hibatants The small list it iron'Home many Austrians .
China ,
22,' '(Special) expelled;,from Ts:;>Tiwr, th k ikjf ity of. Kwu 'Chan;\;the is said, is due to a warning issued by were,drowned .in their' -ftght ,to..the ;Elgin :IH., Aug. 22.SpeciaLSpescer' ( )- after mechanician reaching is a fatally hospital hurt Jenter, and,five his

\. leased,terri ry.WhJ 'denian4IedtbatGermany:: .cede back the 'British'consul at Galveston>oti-.Drina ',river.: The. ':Scrviaa, ;artill;... rymatedthesar Wishert, a,young Pittsburg :I spectators were knocked down and

.to,China." vAccbr1imgtfe-tKrefOTt3; fa' general'civilian exodus fyi g:,Sam. that his 'pafty would 'be: .s,: -' ; miltio$ail ,, was, killed- 'here'th 3 afternoon - slightly injured.Balph .
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: considered only as a'"committee.of.inand ;-'.The correspond. .__ .2M6Q..Atrfens. .. ii: ; 'his '!timer traveling,'100,
,received .rethe\G'A; women and chilit'ea:"of. the "' .K .wan, <; -- DePalma won the race, his
: ; :;city 'werea spection' _their.reaaiaing. .in Africa .sere:"kSled. ei..I: _.MAaad , : '- "
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'the l.fte;leav .i : ; miles an how d&wri.the back;stretch. ., time being four hours seven minutes
._ _e. '" 'Would be determined-by.theBri;' 19,966 taken prisoa s. "
: .... '" l wfck another.racing.rvcar: and and.28'seconds, and his average speed
eked ;
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It.is reported .GenB&:'fleet it' Tau ish authorities. oS '
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hem :. atjiie Tsing ,. 0. mile 73 hour.
Ed. Pullen in
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"j intect., ; contra di ,the recent: Werfrom Shanghai THE--WEATHER- - :' .F k': ; .....,......, ... -gay----.|fee at tire fiftk aHU 1,Elgin .roads '! Mercer,.was second. Barney Oldfield,
twO .: .._ ... r : -.AiM1Ir', ,';_ ... .
that (German 'hi r
: Kong Kong .disab1 Stutz third.
;warsHips were!brought ato : a : :'thuodersfcowertSuwlay ; ... - I the CUeago A tomobHetwffcy. drivinga was Sixty
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d'!'a iti0A::.: ': : ;m'i' '_ ;,r ( : : ": -- : :," '0" r .-"' ,:;.-,- :.: _:: <.;'" "'' "'_ . beet died :shortly, thousandpeople: ,'witnessed the race.
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r" :WIMCT;'."i ,. ILerbetiAig ,' as unsoekbte'to stay oat.why 'The peacock has a.beauteous tail-
; fie\Jnto-. :eciipaaybodp'se f, For.which it may rejoice II
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; : ; ;But. beauties pale before the wan ,
:j Tiiegraplt corn w.t ei e= ;.Street 'Journal Of. Us tout,
". .- .. c I, -." -:' - .- .." destroying' voice. '
-Peoria Journal
...... ... .. ll/twe16'.. ;4 and I < :' W. M. LEMONS
-"" - Tfce Real Horrors: of Wir o. The porker has almost no tail '
.Btree- < s'was., >*&**- ":_i ,itedt:.. ',=- I :SOBW: (the:towns, are harder to If we are not mistaken,,- .
But its voice Is grand as the peacock's.and" ;
ky'aad M ditf atthaa were accepted -
( : " "' profioance than to'take=Philadelphia "
< rf + Belgult -' ] It cay. its way with bacon: _
'::1. t. t. ,in' the. 'provt Ledg, r. ; Houston Pout.
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'Y-; .tiu --.!;,nbatit_ 'or. Antwerp\ ';.,X.i 'Had a Run'fw :Nothing The'Though tadpole tails has are no to voice them at'all dinging.,

,. .> {.apt for tie. 'eft?,of;Astwerp., 'Returns from the:Ohio_ :Republican Be mouths his tail to gala his wail' T : Sale

} -{ <,.. : .' I primary indicate 'that Joe ,Fofaker .: Oh bear the bullfrog New singing York Sun. : Money Raising

;MusisUCCTOT/nKOM.! : .ANT- turned :in' a ;false alarm.--St.. LouisPostDispatch :
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He thought he elephantThat
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Obscurity He looked again and found.
.ProtedionFrom it was
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:t" :Alit tarp,Belgium, !J&.Pans.A1Ig.' ; A,letter, from his wife: '
b What does China'.w sJi to be
:, ;21-AnoRWal'stetemeat: says that pro "At length 1 realize" he said. : '
tected from l' All the predatory'nations "The bitterness of,life.t. ; :. August 18th to August 28th.
\i.: :' : ftbe'mtoationaa'unchanged." -.:.. : .,......:- '. .. .. German.- are otherwise' ,engaged.-Philadelphia =Lewis Carroll; ' : : '
'i' ..' "" 'cavalry pi ala'are circulating,around .
: ReconLOne .;, ?He thought he saw a pretty girl
: ;Brussels,*aerering commtmication:between
T. ; : is. Who d;d-pot wear a dress. t
t-; the capital.':and:.Antwerp 'and He looked again and saw that she
:Advantage of-Being Slow Half h! betwcon tIiese"-cities=and..'the'centralL.
: .,' '. umJemood and said"They'll come
wart:of,the oauntrp,. r By'the time the,Russians get mobilized To that. .la time I guess."

.'f'...' \ :* *' .*' -. ,'-b":.,' -.-. probably and'be are' ready surprised to fight to: learn they that will -Chicago Record-Herald.. Come and See.What You Can Save.

* POINTED PARAGRAPHS_
No Use at All. -
the War is over.-Boston Transcript.
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Would Bt Tourist entering book-
R f There are other pipe fiends besides U' . -*: -*" shop-I'm nbout to go to Bermuda. '
l k plumbers. ,', j King George ,has|ordered'ah! the Have you guidebook 1.can rely on? ,' W. M 'SLEMONS

',$' .: ... ., I militant 'suffragettes :in prison' re-. Bookseller-Certainly! Here's one
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; !eased: Perhaps he's going to turn Just out U'K entjtled "Four Weeks In
! ..And, nmny gems .
to be.pastel:, Would Be Tourist-Sorry it won't do .
i '-, Free.-, PresiFall me'any good. You. see I'm only goingto
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Beyenge.is.sweet only. -to'the very, :; Buyers.in Early. stay three.weekNew. Yok'post. .t..I..II.,11II.
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'St..Louis, Mb., Aug. 21.-About the My J.uck. .
o > .last of the buyers who visit this city If I had twenty thousand pounds PERUVIAN, PRESIDENT WONT 4 IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII"IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII.'IIIIIIII'
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,Microbes in ice have.a gay. old tune ' Ands by the score. 4
each fall are.now in town, and it is And LET CABINET RESIGN
servants gay in great array
'these.,tomddays., .
estimated. the number of. visitors If Stood I had round all I wished about my to drink door; ....MwM M* .. We Will Put the Reinsof
since the first of the month has been
J nY4Domeetic'discord.-is the apple., Theman And say three kegs beside. Lima, Peru, Aug. 21.President .I
: i between 4,000 and 5,000. Depleted And lots of girls with golden curls
l In the! case,gets the core.. stocks have, cause dearly buying, If Became I'd a chateau my joy on and a hill.pride; Benavides has refused to accept the : Success in Your

" many 'merchants having -boughtjclosely A palace by %lake tendered resignation of the cabinet. :
When relatives do fav rthey.nev.
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mer.. The buyers have come from the IMIiMIIIIMtMtilQtMMHOTEL :
tiqI :Lwernevi: loves a man in proportion, witha
: Toning It Down. ?
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St. Louis trade which you
territory
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1 to his'-_biJi y;.tomakeher. angry. Talkington (pleased-So your friend
b ; the states south, southeast, THE[ NEW[ GRAND'
Miss Gusher said that I was a wit perfect Fertilizer. Let our representative -
K -i ,southwest.and.west:of St: Louis. The did she?
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iutlook'' for' :the southwest is' especially Miss Keen-Yes, but Alice Is so given call on He will give a
/:popularityy .speaker,. go you. you
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promising for an era of prosp@rity to exaggeration. Now
. hire'.a .hall.andcharge 5X( ,cents ad- -
gleaiea: despite'the'European'troubles.I call you merely a half wlt.-Boston I formula that will make and mature
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relieved at the turn' affairs have I. your
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part She
Oise Woa''t may grow
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..b .; ,' Wifteia" can't claim year will see a great revival of busi But there's little hope with bath, hot ;
"f anyway ness. When, a girl says "Nope." I
', he i 'tk.now.i: was loaded=Colum- and cold water. Tile Soutlieril f Fertilizer Cot

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You get full Talue for your money. Summer rates through |
i't _' J;,to Y Be Forgotten.in,the:RaahA Cost;only a penny a word each insertion. ** Old Habits.x. and ORLANDO Phones: Office 32, Plant 31 FLORIDA11111111111111.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIQllllllllllllllllltt
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II a.disfeadiag agency,the Colonel i it .*
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; } ,Biay. ? been a baseball umpire once. ORLANDO, FLA.
'.. 1 ,' ;bat Mr.\Mellen, probably! wel-! If you want your bicycle fixed in "Why so l'

': 'cornea it' for the same>reason. Washington .] a hurry take it Warman's. Repair "He's' dusting off the plate with: >a 723lmmilllUMMMHIMMMt Rubber Stamps made to order at "It pays to belong"-to the list ofarnian's

: H .Port.. 0_ 'I Shop. .. -. 12-5-tt whisk broom.-Pittsburgh Post 1 Repair Shop. 125tf. Sentinel want advertisers.

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j r beOtI fal'he of: 1 eo I ors todwweffe -'. Ladies Patent Gun Metal
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$1.00 fancy CREPES in Tan and White Buck Colonial

.;_-,''- -H-,._tfccVregalar.:.;..'... 0'........ 6ge'- WOOL 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
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19 cents TISSUES AND CREPES, beautiful
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y FeetGirade. :1 W orkPmts..!:.!: 93c I EXTRA' EXTR'A to 25<., your choice .. .... .. lOc
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.. i : terns worth'up to 50c fancy colors, the best 50c values, IERY, all colors, extra ,
quality,

-. - -. Sam. :Work'Sbirts_. '. .,... . 45C 19 cents- 25 cents 15 cents Klaxons, in plain and fancy
t white checks, stripes and fig?
t ,. ures, 35c. value .-... .... .... 17 c .
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CREAM .SERGE for Wash ,
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i .wide, 5c.quality; EXTRA LACES! Big lot of Val and
'- Torchon, in and insertions
edges
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: l TOWEt '.BARGAIN. Heavy I..
et back,:aze 18 :6, rug 7 LAWNS IN.PLAIN WHITE and COLORS
; ''tiarl5e .quality ... /aV - RIBBONSin plain and fancy
; ; ; India Linon
f Pajama Checks and value 25c
r- - a up to 50c., your choice '
5c
:DRESS LING. ia plain, 'gOXhtap\\ Gingham, lOc. and 12 l-2c.
; .o stripes and : MEN'S TAN and GU {DI T-
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| j-j :.$, L50. wee .-..-.,......*.. ...-... designs, regular- 12 quality..... 81.2e SECOND CLEARANCE SALE PRICES
,, LONSDALE and.all the best brands LADIES'WAISTS, in Voiles and THIRD FLOOR
t PARASOLS _m white and fancy, 85c of Bleaching,.full yard wide, 12ftc .... 11.98'
$ oo Crepes, $3.00 and $3.50 value ,1 Quartered Golden Oak Buffet,
Reflkee.uptc
K $2.50...."...."..... ..quality, 11 yards for..:. '..;...... g 53 50
; ,: ular Price $65.00. Sale Price... .
LADIES' KIM ON AS, made of silko- ?
.i BLEACHING, .full yard wide, Regular ... ....-........ 48 C
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l|LDIEN'S'SOX"p1aiD., .. andjancy. 15clOc .lOc 12 .-..... $1.00 $1.00 . Quartered Golden Oak Buffet, $331
quality
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{ .. 9c Gingham $L23 $L50 value t$20.98(
LDREN'S SOX, plain.andi fancy, Regular 15c quality............... .
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" :quality ,- __ ; .t..." '' CHILDREN'S MUSLIN DRAWERS,
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LADIES'- HOSE- BU<*- / TM and, 19c'an' d Insertions,Values up to,'1f or . I C embroiderytnmmed,2ae.Sae.value value .......................... 917.70
;ftle .-.',..... .. '. ne1arg lot_LADIES' DRESSES LADIES RAINCOATS, ruberized, ,
m Wl ie,, 25c e. :"- at just one- 1 GOLDEN OAK BUFFET, $22.501
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w p t .-...t: r SECOND FLOOR' - ulcer $1.50 and and $2.00 qua Ii reg'S' 1.00. value ......' .............. $16.00$11.49
4\L"'a : ;...-... ...... ... ... $1.9o LADIES'-' SILK :W T.Sln white
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/e .e ,...., ; GROCERY DEPARTMENT $3.00 GOLDEN OAK DINING QO AA
',r {if a CHAIRS ....... .............. $A.UU
} _'. BAGS......._in. .. ... 25c. ; Floor has gone up in price, but we having purchased Snow Drift LARD, 10 Ib. pail, for... $1.20 Closing out our Rugs v to make room for our
: .. k1 .WMB>;$.MT- J : : a large. supply before the advance, .enables large...Fall and Winter Stock.
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make .pail 9il2. AXMINISTER, value $25.50, 17 QQ
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. .WM-;, rIe: ; 49e;qualit1, 1 Pound can Royal Baking' Powder.. 3oCtlndrella .. .
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LINEN,32; _fachea, wide, Brand PEAS, extra ,
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..... : ,,15c quality . 96 pound Sacks.. -...; ---- -----$3.40 20c Value ....................... 13c, 9x12 9 WIRE TAPESTERV, 98
ft., .. f -W! -. ', Sale .....................$18.00'$12
w I!; .w 1N; ]atgsee Marseii.t .. Or per dozen............:.......- $1 54

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._ ,; _.n'I = --_;: -" :;--:"'- ,. Tnultum .'in parvoest,wisdom in regard striking figure,than thatof'the Ger r.

.' ; 'to commission government that. webefeeeingr0calaf the moment -I- :
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f- = ; : -. ;If' are over.1ift7.y of-. Star. ': twenty-six' years ago,. when, a mere
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f 4; \:littlest et 1M'peiMliia. at::lale ;.llo a to .use the language 'of:'the; track, A town'or city.under Ue rule,o&a'' tripling, he. ascended, the throne and

:-. .Steoad.OM..Md. '* "galloping down the home corrupt board,of aldermen. is instill: dismissed Bismarck 'that he*might t
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atietch".hlthe"'raceo! life 'As'you are usually rule as he pleased, through a quarterof W
;'1.i.'f. <. :.. J :BATH: .1'.1'J.i' -more of them and they ,soon' constructive f
: unparalleled
s3 r.IIIr..l> ( Tmr- '...'.....,....:....i........... look i back.over the other three qoar- a.century- -
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V,&"%.:;S". .......: .!. .-':_..._. ....... J.Hl" .60 have run an honest race and done uproot 'Furthermore the modern i i'f made-Germany the greatest nation of: :
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r '; -.-" I your: .very best? Have 'you made arecord comjnissoin charter almost invariably/ I Continental Europe, till the other day

'.t-----'w"ff T r ..,.....'..!!''!..'.!.Hi....... LM- that family and friends 'f includes the recall feature'and this is 1 1r he staked the'destinies 'of his people :

'!_ r.;..'_ MoBtte_ :!!- !...!. ....-J?..... :.7* your never true ',of the ,towns under the :'upon' tie f& of battle, the Kaiser :
_ --1" may take pride in? As you. pass_under r
.TO, ABVBHI8HBIfw the wire into the great,hereafter 'rule of the aldermanic system. There I f'has been one of the dominant forces; -

c. '. : .. : [are several ways to get Hon. Corrupt lof mankind. He has won great victo : V
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i7 ', : -- : Commissioner, Esq., but it is a hard ties in peace.and now hopes to win :
1 .J.. iiic.lr": ui a shier' Id winner? Can you say ,with Paul, I
....... kt laded to at tie bwUew task to catch Hon. Dishonest Councilman -
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,1 c ... rf the ....... Mt later. has 2 .. .. "I have .fought a good fight, even
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Htt,. *r MM. ........ rib nb ajpHcs, ,, finished' my' course, I have kept. thefaith" the industry and commerce of the
'M ilBHM) firessIrart atfratfainr: it leis world have been the wheat t
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.a4i k..esid, ...I/.b.. strlefI7 Wueei' -....' ? NATIONAL GUARDSMEN NOT I
-' 'e *, fields turned into shambles and the :
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dairim .TV Sentinel down. A striking and concrete example of !peaceful highways of commerce on :

:- ; .timed*'dte ibosM:of txpustiQB.notify the.vtberriw cfffct la vritmz it wffl raIk be, the,development that'.is going on allover MURDERS J I the seas mined. At a word from him I !SI

:.o.Han.d at:the ngtatx .ub crii>tion .rate.. ,Florida may be seen in the town millions ,of men have been sent out I 3I

.MM.Mtto to stop fc received, of s Apopka, situated in. this county 'Denver,. Colo., Aug. 22.Adjutant to kill or be killed, to cripple or be 1 !

about 15 miles northwest of Orlando. j. General John Chase said today that crippled, and there is -no force on:
SUNDAY 'AUGUST 23, 1914. he had turned over to Governor E. H.
f It:is only a few years since we were earth to oppose his will or to gain-
Ammons, who has' gone to his ranch, his "divine right" to make war.-
told by a, resident of the "place, that say
the findings of the court martial, .
( new"bnilding of j New York World.
been "
Surely Powell's Clearwater.Sun will there had;not a .
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erected in 'ten'y ,which tried recently twenty-two offi- ., .
take "Florida Dollars" on subscrip- any kind in the town I ,1
: and members the Colorado
cers Eat all you wantEat :
Now, new business buildings
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National Guard, on charges of murder what you want. t
the
Q and 'residences are going up by I and arson, growing out of the Take a postscript and forget it. :

; I Evidently_ the, .allies, in Belgium dozen, and the local board of trade battle at Ludlow lbetween militiamen For.sale by all druggists.l7d&wlyr. _
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and striking on April
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electric light plant is already in sigh -
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Bans, that the officers and .
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a4r' 0 and the town supports a strong ,

*t The ,audience is, getting impatient a weekly newspaper, three physi men have been acquitted. :

for the belligerents to ring up the' clans, three hotels, a garage, a machine -I BUILDING FALLS, 40 DEAD .

3L,curtain.on'.that. big'battle. shop, six churches, cement YOU

6 ,.* -2 o-- walks, rock 'paved streets, a waterworks ,
Washington,Aug.22.-Forty American -
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Sherman probably made his fan- system
& of all kinds of retail .stores and and British workmen were killedin
definition. of war"after
,reading
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the collapse of the new concrete Store KNOW?
,'some of the'poetry it inspires.. shops. Apopka is'going some, and if Department
t! -, 0 there 'is any finer fruit and truck customs house at Ceiba, Honduras,

) The .standing" armies 'of the all land in Florida than that,which surrounds according to a dispatch received at
the state department today. Many of
.Apopka, we have lots .it..
time to
".. ,e'bardly''had : Sit\.4own # the workmen were buried in the ruins IT is INEVITABLE THAT AFTER

:" ; :-, t I:sfece,:the Germans," -- ,got after them. Because the'-top has been taken and smothered.: Others were killed Jelly Tumblers

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We import English walnut from the steeple'ofthe Presbyterian 1
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1r fit: .:France: just. :as' -we_ get oui church 'in order that it ,may be 'reconstructed The only name given of those who Fruit Jars HAVE JUST RECENTLY RECORDED-
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French champagne from'o.rnia.. .
fcj .Q style.:with.the balance'of the of San Antonio, Tex. He is be- THAT OF HAPPY WEEK -WE

r_ :JriBtlthank': God5that you live i ii in building, does,not mean that the bellS lieved here to have been superintending - all kindsreservinR SHOULD
the work.' HAVE MANY LINES OF
to be removed. It will remain I
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the. United. States and we pos : '

gaese'"a: >..watchful: .iraiting* William there'in the place it has occupied for. ALLEGED TO HAVE : STAPLE GOODS THAT ARE BROKEN
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t'0't\ tinue to call saints and sinners, PreS- BELGIANS : ettles IN '
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H,'The.French and' ,Germans. are fight- byterians, Methodists, Baptists, and f : I
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Paris announce-
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.. 4.iflg :on. the. frontier,. but thanks tojk everybody else, to the house of praise :
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!watchful waiting"rt> 'is no..fightO .-. and prayer. \ Very truthfully wrote
4 Germans had shot to death the burgomaster :
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g on'the front here.16 .. Longfellow
t'oi.-t < "., '.u"If'!' and.a group of.the inhabitantsof I Ii
s .' themselves'are' the"best'preachers
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..f',.4 .Ihi.., ''4,- VT,, .'" '0" . .", :."The. bells the Belgian town of Aerschot,The I i
: .BritiA army crossed the chanel ; : THE TIME FOR DELIVERYOF
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the learned execution is declared to have been
Their brazen' lips .are
:i.f 'in:transports, but if the:Germans m
teachers, without provocation. The men were I imillMMIIMHMT.F.BWRfflAN OUR
4 Keofttkoe. to'advance:ft "will be glad ofw From their pulpits of stone in the
all shot at I
once.
'opportanity to swim back,. \ Upper air, .. I
'i.) 4' >- *. '", ';:- << ; Sounding aloft without.crack, or flaw,
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: : 0" under the law, EXPECTED I FALL GOODS
: Shriller than trumpets GREAT BATTLE
., Licensed Plumber and I
Richard" Harding Davis and: Jack Now a sermon and now prayer. I
L ;London. 'are' :in ;Europe .writing .the The'dangerous hammer is the tongue, Sanitary Engineer
: Servia 22.There has
tl. 'rew's 'instead; aid;;;;; This way, that way, beaten andThat Nish, : Aug. .
,I'wr) 'of\\,1'Jl1DI.,1", been continuous fighting along the Estimates Furnished. Jobbing IS RAPIDLY APPROACH.ING
the''malls bave-aboutstopped.: J frroommouth Promptly Attended to.
of brass, as from without '
whole frontier for two days
AND WE NEED ALL
t nk. _----o--. . mouth of gold, any'change in the respective positionsof PHONE 629
',i, "IB.'mere -comment,over., one Maybe. taught the Testaments, New
." cThere . and,Old." the, Austrian and Servian armies.It 106 Court Street THE ROOM POSSIBLE
"ftewspaper. that suspends than over stated that part of
a
fa is officially
-v tie ,ninety and JdDe'th continue ORLANDO, FLORIBA I
I Happy is the city with a commission the Servian army has invaded Bosnia
tteir disturbance. '
f J" ;neigHwrhood. form .of government that has' successfully and that a great battle 4-al-lm .
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for commis- is expected. MMIIililMMIIMIMillMllllimillimilMMHM I .
more able and upright men
J -There is jOYln.the newspaper

Ii'tHee:over one little local, item that SOALL '

5-N 5 >. some:fried. hands in (than over all .

.4:1: :war news'that .comes from Eu... : "

"rofe.P . Present improvements not interfering
F .t: 0 THE BROKEN LINES OF STAPLE

Had you noticed'that 'one 'of the business. LINENS
with COTTONS
'"" our AND DOMESTIC ,
Mggeet dailies in Florida,' carrying '

D the f uil.Associated:.Press service, isi : DRESS GOODS AND SILKS WILL BE

'now ,also taking the .International PHAR.MACY
' PRICED REDICULOUSLY LOW DURING
hews Service ,to get ', U'the.. war: ,
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The Birmingham team leads and
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stands:a mighty;good show:of'prov

-'beSt'in the Southern,
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THIS WILL BE A SPLENDID

t league.. . It'is iryi, gto'beafout'our'.- .. .
a ti i. assertion that nothing but the best is OPPORTUNITY OF FITTING '

,.Pd enough. .. for.Orlando. ; : :"
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'i Some .of.the:war'Y 0"o .pictures are very J} jnwflRY JORTUfWfDDING"l :" ; FUTURE YOUR IMMEDIATE WANTS.MANY '

' ' 'interesting: ,'and particularly' 'that pictUre -
'
:.. ,. ;'Qf"a-British. battleship "leaving ,, .
. ? .-port.:after. declaration of,.war." The ..

: interesting' put ,is 'in figuring::out' '- -:::: :::. .' . For the bride, countless things in Silver, Cut .. > ?. OF THE. GOODS WILL BE SOLD

::bow a:battleship..can-be leaving port , ;; : Glass' and Fine China. Rare jewels of every de .

: with two'or three anchors: out; as the :';; 'r". : '; 'A i.- : i AT ACTUAL COST!,
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'": picture shows, : t Flower ::; j .-. MANY OF THE GOODS WILL BE
; r; : ::_ For, Bridesmaids. Ladies of Honor .. _SOLD
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__ Fall,and winter business will soon .:-- .'.;-/ r ::; Girls, etc;: Bracelets, .Brooches, Bar; Pins, La Val- ; :' : BELOW COST! .,

. S lf :be'here'and it is'time'to Jar.b your -: ::, > liers,' Wristlet Watches, Silver Vanity Cases, ,:; ..... -

of.letter.heads. bill\headrl'sta-\ "' , .. '. .
stock :
- *. --";, '' r:- Purses, Card Cases., etc. '\. \
:tements, envelopes,: or anything.in ,,; "! "
l ..)1'; : For the ushers-Cuff: Links, Coat Chains, Two- : \ .
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, the job printing. line: and then telephone THE OPPORTUNITY IS YOURS-

t : ,one of ;.The, Sentinel 'men. to '. Pocket Chains, Full Dress Sets, Gold. and Silver'. : ( ,' ; .

;S come after:your. order. or.just.. bring"- Pen:Knives, Pencils etc,' . .: -/11.:: ,-c..;.'.-C,: : ,::, ,<:;:-Y"_ '.' ,'r; WILL YOUACCEPTJT1DIOKSO
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the work:to:the.office.r ,' IS1N :: '
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: ,of' the United' States and, noD --i} .**\ : .: :: -<-. i *> ." C' < : _

,ships'to:get.it to European markets, j : ,

,: : .':and" notwithstanding- all that the price ... .

-.' flour. mounts ever upward A demonstration , ":- ; :
/ \ .' of the !er1udetermi f :: 3 :-", : :. i; ::' : .: ..; : < : .

. .: f \" 'nation of the great American hog toe ,' .IYfS 00.

:::-<. ; .get'his:while:the getting,is,good..

t sir _ .
\'. fJ Poking:fun f the :English.*.suffragists -?

.. 1, ; 'because'they; have 'not',formed : Jeweler
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for"the is T.H.Evansthe DEPARTMENTAL STORE
' .. j 4 n:army':corps' .war a popular
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; tfcev suffering, .' .
OPPOSITE
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t r> a"e M I IUd Open
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COAST
, f ., .ti',0' CONTRACT, ON. EAST. If you have no church

'" a lGiy.,;:lili.M.Brwtelr-of Tatt. {WMtke T. : ".: ,' " '- of Imp.the here, come and be at home with "Cpl It 11 t llen's"

. Mrl'L.N. Lewis, 406 S.; East street; school at 9:30 a. m.i Mr.

'.t.. !.., .. 2.. :proiyfieEt,coonty.. 'vistora_ has.jest completed a contract ot'dyi1- Vivian A. Newell, superintendent.
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: worship at 10:45 and
rest a. m.
r". .' amitingfor; _!Mr. C.. S.., Van Houten, Joker p. m., with the pastor in charge.
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ft ',T;F. IOUBIHAN; Licensed Ploaber.K and:;learefl- this' week' ,for_ .Titusville. ; best. Name.subject" ,Evening-A, Name, '"Model Above . .
Wm. .
..\Genflciont o4 rWerk'at: f air",.prices. where.hefltas\a,big contract to clear ." I ,; ,:.: "(1

W" ', :;"v"Pfcooe*'"m. '106-...-.Court....-..... St-;' '8-23-trf* '* 99,11: Ikcres-'of laud, for the South- Y. P. U. meeting (in Baraca Give us a chance to show
J. E. at 6:30 Mr. Reid,
p. m.; Eugene
: mere' company.
: Capt. Clay' Johnston, -Jr., one',of Farms I r, you ,the newest ,styles in
r\ Mr. LeWis'sayscnltivation by the :
; ; and fellowship service on
citizens
'Kfeemmec's spent watches.
X stalwart
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*? r- '" rMr. use of...dynamite. is.growing in popularity ,evening, 7:30. "' "
l :yealerdhy. in Orhu 'o. ..and Jhat- its merit:: .has been miss the "People's Popular We will trade in your pres-'
.. ander "
Sunday evening.
} i amply proven He recently completed Sunday services at the Lucerne. ent watch or movement, allowing
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.V y. W. M...Lege left yesterday af. the dynamiting of .hundred ushers and all seats free. you a liberal amount.If .
twnoon ,for a viat, to Jacksonyilley4 trees this being during, !J
If / old.orange at Oakland, coming you have any idea of "
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: and_point farther'north. ,a 'new venture to revive old trees
the good CHURCH getting a watch we would
'fl ." :--; from'the.foot rot and dieback Other appreciate

I},Mr.' ,John"S., Rowland,will .return owners of; old groves are seriously der was Jno. W. Stagg, D. D., pastor. the opportunity.. ofshowing

today,from Franklin, N.. C,where he considering:'trying' dynamite. was aro school at 9:45 a. m.; W. R. you.

fi' i t"been" for' a week or two.' .' 'Mr.: 'Lewis advertises exclusively in For superintendent. ', Our prices will surprise .
.
; : V der at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. ,
the Sentinel and says that,he always
meeting Wednesday at 7:30
-l Miss. ,,Bessie' Proctor _arrived last has-plenty of work'ah d, often ,be- Senator

I er" iBf:from-, 'Palatka.to,,: accept, a po-' ing unable to keep up.withit. "some Charles R. Hempnffl, D. D., you.AllenftCo
f r::sHJen-in Dickaen .& lyeV department nearly ., president of the Presbyterian
'I name, as seminary at Louisville, ,
: P.'.,, BAND CONCERT LAST, NIGHT ever will occupy the pulpit both morn-
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and evening. Dr. Hemphill is :11';
: Blrs;.C.:G..Shultz and httledaugh; 'It is the most attractive men in the Jewelers
1 has
I Orlando reason, to feel proudof troduced -
; 1,.ter' returned pesterdayfrom: '-a visit ; I in this country. ,,.
her band., It has been. organizedbut and said
: tblretetives- in 'the-"southern_ prf of j short but the music I I METHODIST CHURCH Reliable
- a .time, rendered ander I RepairingtMHillimiliiMHiMMIIMIiMmmmilMMMl
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this excellent
I Ii by organizationis like I
,i ___ I school, 9:45 a. m. A fine
beaten older
not
*Y :Editor ,Gordon Nye,of the VaHeyliGftzette quality by many represen alive with good music, and
; organizations. [in the adult classes.
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was\in thecity yesterdayfrom '.
last service 11 o'clock.
Theopen"air concert night was ,
:Kissifflmee and paid the Sentinel a .
largely attended and many remarks League, a splendid young .
many '
;an appreciated call meeting, 6:45'p. m.
congratulating the band were heard.It .
When service
: 7:30 p. m.
is certainly credit to.the city.
a at the
e Mr.-.F. E. McDonald,, of Atlanta,
tta, who has been visiting his day or CATHOLIC CHURCH
par
." NEGRO ADJUDGED INSANE
old
ants,- Mr.-'and'Mrs.;,J.:,H. McDonald, the .
,.__f_ V and sermon, 10 a m. I
hoffie and if of the Blessed Sacra-
returned, yesterday- / es An.
Willie Haynes, colored; was adjudged pot ache after Mass. r IJI)
;f .y change in the hour for Mass --
insane yesterday morning and der.
\_.H1ai, Jennie 'RivefSf', .Miss Annie to the fact that the pastor ,
Brown;.:Miss-' <.Clara. Wayne Wright,' 'will be sent to ,the asylum! -for the insane celebrate-Mass in Kissimmee and '

and.Joe and:.Clifford Smith,;were in at Chattahoochee as soon as an not return to Orlando for the :

Orlando yesterday from Lake Pickett;, officer .can come after him.. ,Deputy summer,hour, 9 o'clock. I On 'Ilf
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Sheriff Bass brought the unfortunate order of Bishop Curley, the col ,
i'k Miami for' peace will,, be said by the :
''Mrs. J. ;J, Newell 'and. daughter,1 negro to Orlando Friday from a turPentine horse,, of the diocese, in the Mass, I

Miss Catherine' returned" ,yesterday 'still'near Chuluota. can the rubrics permit.CHRISTIAN : 1 Boneless Chicken Potted Beef

afternoon.. cfrom Ashtabula, Ohio,I RaYand

'where 4fcey had ,been, visiting: relatives. : AN INTERESTING: ,LETTER battle SCIENCE r Potted flam Pimento CheeseOward's
other
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:. sDdrF.Joe school, 10 a. m.
-. -, -' .. Mr William Hyers, the father.;: of I 'at 11 a. m.; subject, > Salad DressingRed

y: Woodneck; who has been Contractor Frank'Hyers, was a pleasant evening meeting, 7:45.

Tustkatiag_ : for the :past month at I :caller at this office yesterday and cans floor, corner South Orange Juice
3V ynesville,:;N.;; C, :returned, yester- assesses'a letter of no,little interestin of the t."l' and Church street' Entrance Wing Grape

'd looking;;.very'much)improved hiWIth. these progressive days. It was here. street

..' written_',in 1847, before the days ofa 1"y Excellent for picnic dinners and luncheon.
ST. LUKE'S CATHEDRAL
trIr.- plentiful supply' of envelopes and Brown, >

.flO1lRJHAN,.Licensed Plnm'er;' postage tampa In fact, ;the letter 'time, Very Rev. Henry R. Remsen, Potted Plants, Cut Flowers, Funeral

i:ConscmtioQS work:at fair.pricea\was not'mailed in.an envelope at all, 'Mining '
Phase 629.. 106 Court 8-23-tf Designs Decorations.
,, St" merely being folded and the edges Miller, Sunday after Trinity. Wedding
;t. -. '. Holy Communion, 7:30 a. m.
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Sam ':Young, ; former' Plant City pasted'together.Instead school, 9:30 a. m.
of a stamp the postage, horse and 10:30.
sermon
prayer
>,i: dry;wu, visiting. relatives and_friends
])'ere tie &nt'of the" w eek" .:Mr.:Young amounting to five cents, was paid in zees prayer, 7:45. THE SANITARY GROCERY
; -' cash,to the,postmaster,and endorsedon
> is now essployedbt Orlandor-Plant $550 -Small,solid red,female hound.
the'omer of the letter
Courier. as re- and of Re
r Gty" of subject larceny.
j. !t -t _. ceived and duly signed by him. city for,return.. John,M. Cheney.. CARUTHERS & GORE
r t' :Y dress, &wtf
4 Mrs. Arthur Batt and ,little son,
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"MILLION DOLLAR MYSTERY"AT
TThomas, : returned_,' yesterday from_ 'Sa- THE .LUCERNE 150 what you want Phone 2006&8E.Pine
lila .N. C. .where( they had been
< : t _.__ in all you want Street '
..sg, ,.several,. ;weeks. 'enjoying-life land ,a'postscript and forget it.
;The seventh 'episode of-the "M 7-
'i r'sale by all druggists.'
.Mahe. B Jt. aiD&: 404
-' i lion Dollar ,"Mystery1 will be shownat l-7-d&w-lyr .
1IJ.t' .._ the Lucerne theater Monday.' This IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIU_ 1
(Misses.Minnie. 'auid _Emma Tyner most interesting of all serial, stories ,
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xme upfrom: .Tampa.yesterday ,and
I moving picture serial, ever produced.All .
.wU. "spend' 'the. next.. week, or tWO with 1 over the United States it is draw- er,

: ,Mr..' 'and. ;:Mrs.... D...'.J.,.:.Dykea'at their: ing bigger' and better houses than .
street any ''other feature.picture, and with 8-22-3t

TSouth.Lak,, eachepisode.the story improves and.
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r increases:'in interest W ..a.r
:,:: TrP. HOURIHAN, Licensed Plumber. Three .most' excellent pictures will
;:Conscientious 'work,.at fair prices. also be\shown They are "Via Fire 1

PIone'629., 106.. Court. St 823tfblr. Escape,": a Beauty comedy; "Suffra 8-22-St
;}1 gene,Battle in Nnttyville," a Majestic -
tt.M. SeU'l hasreturnettfrom'; comedy, and "Mistakes,Will.Hap
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*Vfew: <3ays'' outing':at' Coronado, pen," a' Royal comedy. For
The above should to' be 3
prove a the
Btach.'. 'While 'there:..he had great most interesting and pleasing. bill $7.

'luck-.fitting+ .:"and. caught some-'Whop fromstart to finish. Adv. latest 1j.,

y 'fefs,.'but.Is.z wise.enough to conserve paper !
... 4dr--reputation for,truth and veracity LOST-Detachable" automobile tire Drop (:
/ between New Smyrna and'.Orlando: rest I
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.glYingL actual f
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Finder 'return tot:J B.Lawton, Orlando
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PEOPLE. 'ANTS, ". Xviimfoer; Laths and Shingles
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M ,ON ., MUNNQfAKfitS>

,Notice of Lot Wanted. For Sale, For
Bent etc.;for this column. 2 ic for ont eta,. ;; Mf NAIH LUMBER COMPANY i|
Me for three days,.or $1.00 for on* week for
: 2S word* 'or',1e s. Money must aeeenpuy
lUBBER GOODS the advertisements for' this, column. as no
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:: t >" Nursery stock, one, two, three andfour :,-- ': ':'<';",
': t '.MONDAY ,AND TUESDAY : year old buds; Foster Early, .
' i'!. 1; ; Pineapple, Java, Homosassa, Wash-
ington Navel. .Address Mrs. M.Kahl\
!;r : ti4 i Chge1Fe 4 :Syriflge--Regular Price $1.00, Apopka, Fla. Phone 2222. 3-lS-tf Royal Cement, Agatite Plaster and Perfection lime

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. i.t 'Sendese''Feeu#: Syringe-Regular Price$1.50 FOR SALE-One five passenger

' JSafePrke . .;. . : :. ., :. . ._. .;. . . '$1.10 touring car; .a big bargain. Will
; :F' OxfwiCeab.Syringe;2'quts-: Reg.: Price $2.50: sell 730tf.for $300 cash. Apply this office.

"' ," Safe Price, ,. ._.:, .,. . .'. ; . .,. :... . 2.18 Statement of the Condition of the
'f; .Ducfcees Fount. Syringe, 2:qts.--Reg. Price $2.50.Side1PrIce' FOR SALE-Best quality heart pine

,.<' i . : . . ..... ..... . : ... . .,. . . ., 2.10Tigei'FeeaL fence'posts. See L. N. Lewis, 406 Orlando Bank & Trust Co.

,fa:. Syringe,,Regular' ;Price. $1.50 S. East street. 7-14-lmo ,

. ( -..... : : Sale Price ________------.--------. .___ 1.15 ..t Orlando, FIa.,
' .tj. WANTED-To exchange Vose ,
piano
in good condition, for Victrola and At the Close of Business June 30th,1914.
Y : WHEN:'.DOWN. TOWN,: COME IN AND SEE :US. records. Piano may be seen at For- --.
:, mosa. Address P. 0. Box 2. Oakland, RESOURCES.

:2j!: :'The CITY DRUG STORE r Fla. Loans and Discounts .,. . .'. . ... . . . ... $379,514 36

.: WANTED-Couple to live on country Over-Drafts. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .;. . 622 34
; }\ "A good drag store" place. Call or address. 400 West Stocks and Bonds . . .," . . . . . . . . 26,018 33

. 11,:E. Church 'Street r.. Orlando, Florida :. Central avenue. Real Estate, Furniture and*Fixtures . . ;. . . 26,637 37

':-"t* -' Cash.on Hand and Due from Banks . . .. .,. ,. ;'. 291:39348;
f. ,: FOR SALE-A number of good hard
'\,, S fence posts and second hand limber $724,185 88
: for sale. Call on .address, Mrs.E. .
-f.::- MEMBER' '
' : :PLACED UNDER A'$2,000- tcLOPEBOND' TEXAS Capital ,Stock .: : . . . . . . . . . . . . $100,000 00
' di: FOR BENT Surplus and Undivided ProfitsReDiscounts . .,. . . . . . 39,961 35
.
'-JoI *- ._ Austin, Tex., Aug. 21.-Gov. Col- 4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . None
B- g t *_ Los'.Angeles,' CaL,;Aug. ,2L With quirt.here has issued FOR RENT Bills Payable . . .: . .t. . . . . . . . . ; None
,:iII '"love ,'bond" of $2,000 and. a. threatened requisition Fourteen room house; modern, up- : Deposits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 582,669 47

.sentence 'of ten years hanging pers upon the governor of Oregon for to-date Circle ;with partly garden furnished, fruit; on and Lucerne flow- I Due to Banks . . . . .o! . .,. . . .'; . . . 1,55506
'over.him ,Charles H. Turner, member the return" to Texasof Mr.. and Mrs.' ers. J.; P. Watkins. 7-30-d&w-tf. :

:':"S i ; 9/Va' wealthy .:Louis family, direct Victor E. Inns, of Eugene. Ore., in I $724,185 88
.", n i descendant :of :Pierre Chouteau, :who connection with the FOR RENT-Two office spaces in ;
:
; founded that, lty,.m 1765, ,and men- disappearance of our store at No. 9 W. Church street I Reserve Carried by the Bank ... . . . . $291,393
:." 'timed in Winston Churchill's bookSWly :Miss Beatrice Nelms and her sister, Come in and we will show you. Pierce I Reserve required by Law .,. . . . . . 116,533 89
-1 Mrs. Elois Nelms Dennis, of Atlanta, Electric Co. 3-29-tf :
q began to educate ierlaAIvey,
Y
Ga who have been I
: l'' 'fifteen; :to:become his1 wife., i June." missing. since last MISCELLANEOUS < Reserve in Excess of Amt. Required by Law.. $174,859 59

_- J. :The: :bond is,to-insure' that his heart [ .Governor Colquitt said' that in re- Deposits on June 30,1913 . . . . . . . $527,758 01

,',-' ti ,will;not change, {and- 'that.. her education ply, to his telegram, the governor of : EXPERIENCED NURSE wants general : Deposits on June 36,1914 . . . . . . 582:669: 49
.:. ij 'win be completed; the threatenedien Oregon, telegraphed ,him saying he I nursing. Will work for reasonable "
;.fit 'year 'sentence'is to ,remind Turner had-ordered Innes held pending arrival salary. Mrs. L. M. Messing, :, INCREASE *. . . . . . . . . . $54,91148 .
": ai : that punishment awaits him if hei 216 Orange avenue. 8-21-3t
of Texas officers.: The telegram
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b does'not right:.the. wrong committedi from: Oregon did not mention ,Mrs. The management of the Orlando Bank & Trust Co., endeavorsto
WANTED Ford 1913 1914 tour-
or
\. again the girLArrangements Innes, it.was said.: ing car;-must be cheap. Address I persue a progressive but conservative policy, to be liberal in its
y :t :! for educating' the It 'was stated that deputy sheriff S. S. Finen, 117 Laurel ave., Sanford I treatment and to adhere to the legitimate lines of banking.
'
', M young, woman Were; made. by Judge would leave San Antonio today for Fla.. 8193tI I Accounts of all who desire the services of a well-equipped and
'f I ,Gavin:Craig:;in1criminal court today. Oregon to return lanes and his wife I safely conducted bank are cordially invited.mitntrnnnnnnnuuuiiwwwwmnmtntnnnnnnuu.
::: _: Following hk plea of guilty to havia to-Texas. Marshall brotherof NICE, clean, newly furnished rooms, :
i g .:.mistreated ,the, girl ::Attorney Nelms Northern cooking. Table board $5 .. ::::
: the .
t missing women will
'. i! accom- and $6 per week. Don't forget the
made effective
.: William'Jhirham' '.' an pany the Texas'officer. Magnolia, 401 Boone street. Mrs. _
it'""i beech, m.. .Turner's behalf.- Marie Lewis, Proprietor. 8-18-1-w-
iF' ,Judge_ (raaigsaid; : AI " " " ' ,
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; / "You: say you. wish tona her.Iwfll TAKE WEED-END FOR' SALE-Second hand sewing : :
(I" ; not consent to.the'marriage of TRIP machines; drop head Singers, rota-

., xl, ,a'. girLof,.fifteen. but, .to.remedy theiatter ,.. ry White, rotary Standard. New
'!' ': : .oJ. Home, and other makes. Will be
tJ ; of her.age,'I wHl.havefyou educate -f Washington, Aug. -President sold cheap for cash this month. Call t
;,. "her:untiI she is old enough*to ,Wilson'decided definitely today not to at Singer Office, or phone 321. C. B.
- MmmathiuyAnd
; f; ;1nalfp' take,a week-end trip on.the Mayflower Lindsay, manager. 8-11-tf :

I"!u; r.. J'"Unless-' "you. ,, make' ,' good, the peniJentkry -, , feeling it necessary to remain inWashington
". l. -::awaits you. She\is" to, be over Sunday ,because of WANTED POSITION-By competent

placed ,under a good physician ,for the many pressing questions growing white :woman; general nursing, con-

::two:J && For. ':-this .' you; pay. $25 ,but":of, the European. war. finement., Phone or housekeeper.515. Best 8-14-3t references : RETURN From Jacksonville

11 'monthly. ., Then place" her in. an- excellent .
; '.school'to complete,her educa- 'AUSTRIA MAKES FINAL CALL .
.:, .on.. When :.she" reaches her major- TO ARMS I TRY F. G. ARNOLD for honest prices : Tickets on Sale August 12th, Return Limit, August 30th.
11 and a square deal in real estate.
;ity.you:;may marry her if she still ',- Room 1, upstairs 25 East Pine street. For Illustrated Booklet and Full Information, Address .
"wishes to'nuiny.'ypu. 8-15-6t wit
f London, Aug. 2l-A
dispatch to
i i 4"Follow these instructions 'and.o1- I L N
the. .Exchange Telegraph: company IH.| C. BRETNEY & R. R.
Uin of .liberty Who is and decorator? ,
.' 't a:present, your on your. sent from Vienna your painter
-. wedding-; day, or',go to I the peniten-: 'under yesterday'sdate i [f you are satisfied keep the one you
,', r tiIn'., says that the Austrian government have; if not, phone W.. T. Entrican' 134 WEST BAY STREET. JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA
't
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has issued a final call to arms No. 636. 1-20-tf
; "Get work'and live own
tit by your'
i efforts without. : for all able bodied men from the'ages l *'IIIII"IIIIIIIIIIIII"IIII'I t' 14..el. 'coxal 'I"IIIIII
contributions
: -- #0 fromfamil" of twenty to forty-two years. OPEN ALL NIGHT 11'1 111111111111111111111111''II"II""I"IJt''I ilxlll'Silt.'I".01Ii'.
*b l : r, The City Drug Store is at your service .

.:". t.f'., 'mist" fA monthly--be account'givei:of"No your. flirtations actions .Warman's First, class?Repair Brazing Shop. o specialty- Court-St at, dependable both ,day courteous.and night Prompt tf, 4 \\\,\" \\\\\\ \\\ \\ \ \ jt; '\" '\t13IN \, ,," \

,k :"' rare, : allowed.: ... : 125tf. .
N ". When_ arrested:Turnerrepresented NANCY HALL and Porto Rico sweet .pt. .
f;S. '.the girl as his.wife.GBRMANS .; WOOD FOR SALE Quick potato delivery slips at Cash.$L75 Apopka per 1,000.Plant tt/

wr = ,For the month of August I will Co., Apopka, Fla. 5-24-tf
:; OCCUPIED BRUSSELS sell, at my farm, pine at 85 cents per
TTHuRsDAY' strand, and oak at $too; also some

(- -- ,. saw Orlando.logs. cheap. A. S... ,Hodges' R. 1,I DYNAMITING_done in,all its branches. Were to
7-30-lm
i. :London,'JLug.' 2t-A dispatch. to Clearing land is our specialty.Let They
-, tie C iteal:News'agency.from Gent Don't wait for every Olin town ii us do your work. Estimates .
;.i under..yesterday's date. .'says..the_ Ger- have Entrican, the ',pointer, before i cheerfully given. L .N. Lewis, 406 r
l :igaus. arrived at Brussels Thursday you.try., Am too' busy to look' yo n I S. East"street 7-14-lmo .
t- up. Phone 636, and I ,will be. ,on th e

y I !" -' "!' '"-..,. .-- ... -,jofc.f. ,1.20-( Read the advertisements.daily. :j i <'be Married Soon

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.*., > lour ,or five rooms.: They; wanted their home to be attractive and comfortably
; l' yet the amount! dl-money which they had available for the furnishing of their

} 'home made expensive peices prohibitive.

: .. ST. AUGUSTINE'and They spent considerable-time, with us looking through our large stock.
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., We offered a lew suggestions and gave them some new ideas. They were

a,' -- . ..tt ..-' return much pleased with what they had. seen and took memorandums of what they

., 'BUYERSTOSHARE S .IN PROFITS {: thought they should want. *
H y : After looking around in other stores, to make sure that they were doing

: ,:t, 1 LOWER PRICES ON,FORD CARS : loooa Sept.t.t.1t the:best_ possible with their appropriation they came back and placed their order -

::': Effective from Angest.l,1914: August : wIth us., -

1,1915, 'a J.guaranteed_against. aay reduc- This is a typical example of hundreds of homemakers whom we are
# ties:ittriag that time: '; '
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Tourin gCar .- .$555,007 .- ." .. it pleasi11g.'Ve carry an extensive stock of serviceable'_ attractive homefurnishingsgrading'

' from the lowest priced which are good, to the verybest. Your,appro-

i' e ,Runabout.505.00. oJ. : )( *\.:'" ;" ,. .At nt A CoastUne tt ,priation'for:=furnishingvyour home may be anything from $175 toioooor more
t"itH4 *
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r:'o. B.: Orlanio.. All mwjr &} .
+. .. :1<. ,'- .; ,' ;.- :--ynu can.. make the'\ most ol itwith'us.
? 'FuOtr t.' vdU'b. obis t.\.burn tiw m ii IuI cffideM' y -
,. : fay ear'lae"rrtiea, lad 1M'ieiaau. cod lr ..uI Special l train wijl leave Orlando -
", ;p.reb.siat sad oaks Mtutaeatl if... react as .gtpt .f' ,
'>iINi-em,ktweai-tits tk Te d tes.d .
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.flu tayerVi vt n fr a'$4! .. $...per. ,car (.a .r ....t.1.1tlS"eI7fttall ,. Iincald & Snowden
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- 4' ,Ai... WweeaAqut. I.-nu...,u.....AQUt..'ptlrdIuee 1. 131LG a 'anr Tickets ,good on special : :
Far car
rka only. Limited to.' .September ,
F Fir fUtMr pMtieilm ref mmc tken Uw, uJ pwfit4 -, .. -
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f .F..c.USR: ,-. : Firaitwe ::0 ftimter Popular Prices
For information call\ on ",

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4 : p l oiJlL. :TB RTi-Fm: _FIVE-PASSENGER TOURING CAB :. 50c meal in town ,'.''.' 1
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-' AND, DELIVERED $1,285 '. :
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,. .._ r <. >. < ; CoidcHflcd SpecificatioBSWheel cast Rooms with bath $1.00. :,* I
-.' I q; ":'f::' _' base, 1 inches ;;;motor, 1-2x5; four cylinders, :
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transmission;
-t; V. en''Hoc; unit power, pla'nt"cone clutch, selective for and, board ,
i 14- Special rates by their
frame room
:, '" ; : g. axles- .front, I-beam; rear, semi-floating; single drop ; ' _
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.= , inch brakes, internal;and external;'springs-rear, threequarter't : week ":: '.

: '. r':: : elliptic; front;:semi-elliptic, under slung; Holley carburetor; 15 .. .F / ; '
; 1 :.'] Alan ;gasoline tank, carried at rear, pressure 'feed; German siN ,.> r : ;
Standard equipment: ..
,', :ver, ,V..shaped'radiator; nickel trimmings. :
reflectors, ,bullet type side
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: : i.l.1'e ectri :headlights parabolic .

; :,: '.tad tops, electric horn, pump, jack, tools and tire repair outfit.

ij' SON Oakland Distributors
MAGRUDER &
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.. :J CONsCIOUS. schools have been converted. into ambulances I r I 1I"
Washington, Aug. 21.-Capture of I II [ t x

'(By.IMenatieelilrNewe;Service, ) and I saw an operatingtheaterbeautifully I two.German. Hansa liners, the Rhein- r
WHY YOU SHOULD
'TENl.REASONS
J equipped and ar- : j
London .Aug.,214LMedical observations
; fels, from New York, and the War- .
'' ;ia'the;war now' being fought ranged, which had been made out of tunri,'from Antwerp, was reported to MM 1

-wfllbe perhaps more. complete than a' classroom in twelve hours Only the state department today by the

::.. in nY'-preY ous.'conflict.; -The science the blackborad remained to indicate American consul .at Bombay. The COOK WITH GAS J J"f

:ot'hygiene,'medicine'and"surteq,has the ,original purpose.'of the room.Unhappi1y. I message did not name the captors. j,

-advanced. ":amazingly. since. the ,last the surgical work .at i The HamburgAmerican'steamer ,

..gr at'war"and"every nation will_have ,Liege was greatly hindered by lack Alesia was seized by British authori- ." "

Ci ent:physicians. ,the ,field to of chloroform, which 'could'not be obtained ties immediately upon her arrival at I i

wateh'>not>'only theT effect of modem .in sufficient quantity at the Rangoon, the dispatch also said. 1. Convenience 6. Speed I 1 1I

projectiles ,and instruments of 'war, moment ,when it was most required, ,

j :tat the:endurance of" men r 'on:the field, and this through no fault'of the med To be convinced of the producing 2. Comfort 7. Efficiency\ :,/ J
:the percDtage.of. casualties": 1id'h ical authorities." x
". power of Sentinel want ads.-try one. g
iike.X rf 8. Safety !
Already;'In ;the :brier'.*.fighting, 3. Cleanliness

.BeQiim;' it has 'been"
:(ky;figfetiag .ifiduces exhaus- TheCafhedralCoOORLANDO and Industrial School will throw open : 4 Simplicity

.tkwthat'; finally:'deadens!;the',senses, its doors October 1, 1914, for its fall II of Heat : Y
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.".. producing; a,"co&dftkm. on 'the body term. We hope all students will be 5. I :t

:Asd Wd,>not; .unlike f that: of. 'sunJErofce. : FLORIDA present on the first day.. The build- : Accessibility 10. Economy : :

.. .(Fonwrtr known u PdLdark Scto) ings are being thoroughly renovatedand I

:A jjLoftdofl medical. correspondent IEIPENS' ICTI1ER 7 everything being made as comfortable -S S 4

,;etationed.at'Brteels,:seat, a report, as, possible. Any information S
"' : : ', A Bur..sg uul Dty. School for GirbReotor concerning the school may be ,. '-, "
irtofwlchfolhws; and Special Coum -Vriaaaj, I 2. COMFORT d t i iI
*l:hwe: had an oppwtaaity 'during. htemefitto and Aeademk Grades-' :had by writing Mrs. R. C. Calhoun,

the l t few' days'of::visitifig several -KuIe-.1rt-BIocat1e.e Science-Admirable-PhnlcaT' situation CnltveDoiuo i Eatonville, Florida.. 8-8-Sat-tf A GAS RANGE is the greatest producer of REAL COMFORT in the I

;of.>,;,. : twitBraee'; hospitals and and Careful Samndian Boat. Life-Ouute*p Me Bea1thfal-leather modern kitchen. If you cook with GAS all unnecessary work is eliminated i
aad; ieemg sons (the Low Rates.Rev. ., WOOD. COAL AND ICE II
'\ havebeonjent !: and cooking made a pleasure. There is no wood to bring in, t tDO
\ 'wb; ;: down ..'RoJe r lck P. Co Bishop Maim Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Hand's I
::1 thefloat": ..f. Rector. President. .1 I I Coal Yard, phone 566. '9-31-tf ashes to carry out, no dirt and soot. to clean up-nothing to do but : 'I 1

"faeta"have- struck me :very '_ :: turn a valve and strike a match." 1

< ,teBtneoldiers'are li V;?list; avary largetnumberof wounded i: In warm ,weather especially, the comforts of cooking with a Gas I i

,_f.{ ',tfee legs,"'and:secondly.many : : II Range are very apparent, because the kitchen is kept "clean, cool, and

\ 4o4 :seem-, 'to, Have collapsed .)11I& ;wt :: comfortable without the slightest effort. }

.' through. afceer, ,'.eihiaaetion., : : : No heat is wasted to make the room as hot as the oven itself and I

ci' ;"?M piiace" '-.tiflae.,o e'sees" and.hears : : : the fire is turned out the instant the cooking is done. 1I
1 IHtk or nothing ofthis exireme, exiau4 S

: ion. because. ; of';course,.in peace' MARKETOf : COOK WITH GAS AND BE COMFORTABLE. I tI t

: _'. almost super-physical; is,not THE I \ Ji
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.but. 'war'brings, new.. condi-
A -iioniSime' - I i ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO. : 1
:of' (tbeee.',Belgian; soldiers Cleanliness Of Quality :
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t ,-werejat work and on the march during I .::1-

:vhe:stupendous:-days,of.'Wednesday FRESH ,AND SALT MEATS GAS DEPARTMENT : I

|nd,Tharsiiay of last,week, practkallv .
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'\without- a moae&fs respite.Theweat FISH AND GAME .1 I . . . . . -i
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EverytM* screened away fnIiIthe lies, and kept nab
:ness Iwaa duty elinqui hed. 1
::'"A t a'; medical.:man. this remarkable aM Nra WE FIT GLASSES GRIND LENSES

a ,:;. '|tate: "of' affairs' .interested ..meeooT 'We iavifte teptctieB and guarantee.satiBfa tlOL. We have AND DO ALL KINDS OF

uely. '.That ,force of will ',to everythlq,in the Meat Line
OPTICAL REPAIRING Cnarleston and Return 1k
$8 $8
last
:fightjand $ gUntt the: : gasp

I' 4..!" exhaustion.. ."one".sees. '. .often. of The PARLOR MARKET
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,cboryand u. aheat; ,stroke :in.hot climates {
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is a coffimocplace; but this type .: .
H. M. Self & Co.
;_.. ,of'exhauMion',is,; by ".itself. '.the final _*
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Jig. appearance:when first'et._ They .
.Phone No. 80
OPTOMETRIST
'seenii'to 'be; almost, dead. They are '
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limpand i pale and cold. After' a time,' (Successor to Dr. 0. P. Lime)' First Class, Meals and Berth Included ;

:'however, strength J begins' to' return' ORLANDO, FLORIDA

'and:reoovery is usually.not,protract' '
WHERE SHALL I GO TO SCHOOL?
i "ed. ; This special l rate good on any of the Company'ssteamers
.fin'every,:'torso' the'.men. who :had -
FOR SALEAT 22nd October
to 17th
: kaecked-out this: :" FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA August
;ibeenj m manner expressed - i
FOR WOMEN inclusive.
; ;the=keenest, desire. to.,'return. GAINESVILLE, A-
At'once to'the: ranks.; ,They seem even TALLAHASSE& ; -

:to told tIM uelves' ':some conteaiptiManjrof School'college: of of'Arts Music aDd; Sciences School' .;of Normal Ezpreuiea School;; I I Return Limit 10 ,Days

: :them have.. .already. had their"Tbe'fact School of Art: Extension Dhrisioa Graduate 8 Colleges aDd Divisions: Liberal Arts: BARGAINThree *
: School Modern Gymnasium'with swimming Law; Engineering; Agriculture; Teachers
1riiti..: mot basket: ball and tennis courts new and,I College* Experiment Station; Extension Division Ships scheduled to sail "from Jacksonville ,
; every
beautiful campus; ,dormi- : Graduals SchooL, Ten new brick bundings I
that of the Bel- modern' Uadinss;
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.- so many torki bam all modern ,conveniences;. new I besides gymnasium, swimming poet and ten_ acre tracts on Tuesday,,Thursday and Saturday at 2 p, m. .
.I lien'woundod,. :iMr.d.b; ensl. ?. .tJn, :the dining and kitchen most hygienic, in t many subsidiary buildings. 61 officers instructors y
: Florida;roil young ladies from .4t. cwabes and assistants. 854 young men Orlando and Kissimmee road,j
medeoaieri surprise '
aie atn
legs > : and 12 states last session. m 4? Florida counties and 24 States and '
rst.in: medical;ctfcles.,'1t"soori became TUITION FREE In College and 'Normal foreign countries last session. only two and; one half miles 1
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fee, for the TUITION FREE Board and Entrance Fees
SchooL Board:: and. entrance For reservations and further particulars apply to
., t ': . ''.dear. "tist. t&' ,.was- '.net. merely i year- ..$124.00.EDWAfcD For: catalogue CONRADL'writ*'President." $13150 her year.A. A. Write MUBFHREE today for, President catalogue from the post office, Orlando;]

.' I:=ima'tt.! :0:t chaace Will sell one or all. The H. G. WENZEL Fla. Pass. Agent :
"When the be
".f i... ;- ;";Genaaul. prisoners J .. 1 ,
" ,Ian to. co&e':in < sad ,were\'bterrogited price will, double; when the .

( ,the eipkaati&n&' ;was for tcOm-' JOHN: ,B, STET OK UNIVERSITY brick road is laid Other '122 W. Bay St. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
jag 1t' transpired that orders had .
t ,been'given'io fire low;; no' doubt ,in LINCOLN HULLEY., .?h. D.,, Utt. D., LL D., President small tracts for .grove"pur- I

:the'belief.. .that a.man bid.., :;in-.,,the. .;;i leg. '' Tffi. ; JEST, SCHOfll &."S; 'FOR YOUR CHILDREN poses .at.buying values. Also u_,

*. 7 musk be)immediat ly placed',hors' de c .Send them to StetSon. FaiTTcrm, .Begins Sept.25. desirable and' EARTHQUAKE SHOCK AT COMO Sentinel subscribers who contemplate

., 1 combat. ::While,;.there,_ wmay ,besamesfact'tbat ', ,Profel8Otl i and Instructors College of Liberal Arb groves city CAUSED ALARM vacations in the mountains o,
': -1 IT,University,BoOdinfi I College of Law that.
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property prices command -
thing in this tkeory it it ;, > :28 'Aae'ea.-' College of Technology elsewhere may have the Sentinel b;
.. the: ,m Students Last Year., College"of Business attention. Rome, Aug. 21<-A strong earth-
t'J : 1eelwoad. in thighor'c1f.t Preparatory Academy .. mail without any additional expens
Ba4 waeat
*. to heta: J..'. tat fLHMM 2JWO Voss fa Library ,School .of Mechanic Art. quake shock at. Como today caused and the address changed as often a
'" 110,060 Pile Org a" 'Scha l of Katie great alarm. The people of the city
aliany of these'wee ded' are already Arts, desired.
: M Late Laboratories for Seise' School of Fine Cooper $. Atha
ea t ie)iik:vend te'i+wwery.< 'TM ;.TJmnrpaBPtd General.Egntpmrrit' .Normal School rushed into the streets. The inmatesof

German:wouaded,.' :ifce'etiierhaad,-1 .Separate, Dormitcries for supcrvistoD yoonenies. Cniistian"and young and worn not sectarian Careful teaching.idministiatioaan" 114 SM&,few* lT&Gfwi* Flaw the San Donnino prison. had a bad KEEP AHEADOf
thoeough :
have for { : 1 For catalog or Tie ws, for information or for room reservation address PIaea 'Hi..'311Cast scare, as they believed the ancient your neighbor by reading ft-
4 hit the moat part abe t .
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, )1 e ::,, :. t k '&:-PJKe"'T.rPJac : '.Money.;, Paris Paper Describes ia Detail : ::1 1?; 1 .

I 'the Eatiy of German Forces_
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" .I!., .. Q 5 iT.MAmRa- 'LITTLE- ',WHETHER, ,Thursday : < :x. < ; : I

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': i ,: .i : ?,.::. i. !ACCOUNT: i TAKE :OUT A :CERTIFIOF ,Aug. 2 -A local paper,describing -
, ; ,. .r.} " : 4" __ the entry of the Germans: Saw r
( /r. : : tat: '': ATlf, :DEPOSIT; :08' WENA into Brussels, says .a' feature, of the : : Deposft

:, U' i ;CHECKING ACCOUNT ':0 '(, ,' maneuverwas the.presence with the \
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- .. (t j fi : ;" . TWfl., strwg'.. 'biak',, . fe .befeiad.' ::any> "form' ted_ _Another. seitmachineguns.story! published'here. U F: fi-I or your Valuable Papers JewElry '
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says
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q::c r' 'I' --" of Yieleef ye' age. Its strej iia.: two Belgian officers, manacled to the : .

< :' ,:.. t., . w.:, |evfcUw' ,its. ,exiwrieaeed, :..eftcers Stirrups of horsemen,'were obliged in I j 11 11e Silver ettf .

.. 11"ii : $* "taM'- -.'Hs'., ,lam,, '.el'atfegwris. ,, Bakes::the this 'manner:: to accompany the cortege :: >
. ; i. through the city/, The spectacle ,.

{1 : : provoked an angry"growl from th ,;
. --tl f,1; . .' .ST. 'tI l "} : populace, who were threatened by the , $1.OO PER YEAR AND UP ] '!
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':"I tc- \ .:: :,the "$ae' t., place y ." :!!i: ' On .the whole, however, the peopleof : : You
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: cannot afford to leave'such
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. ,". . : ,C '. :,::: russelsWerevery self possessed : {
; ;"'Y: : THIS' ( t'1'-' Official .information made public valuables at home '
: 00 ;NOW when $1.00 'wiIJ ; :
< :. : .( :: : today is, to the effect that the concentration .: : safeguard them for ;
'lt f .: 5 : of Belgian troops before : LLIf1 a year. t.
Antwerp has been completed in',good : ;' .
.lI / order. The morale of the Belgian ; ; :;; .

1! ', : :, troops has not been impaired.A .

dispatch from Coralles, France, t,: ;
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relates that unnamed >
\ an German general -

t with 800 German soldiers, all u I )J

it..-,. -' prisoners of war, while on their way ,

'\ -. : to a detention camp, fell into an animated .'. ...... ., ,. '.',.. .. ... . . .. . .. .. -
1 discussion of the Blow; :, '. ': '''''' ". , .. .... .. .... .' ,
M. .', wars ' .. '.. ... '.. '
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it f ..' ." ;wJ2VM1kfa followed eral and soon there was a gen_ ; r.-:. {.jxr:.:.. a.:...:'. .,.....;.:. ;.: :':.... ......' '.., ':"',".. :.:............. : ..;. .'.<..".. ..:..:,.. ,.. :: : ..:
scrimmage. Several : :
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Levy ; : : :
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According to reports received here .
. H :Basso "
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is Dead ..
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: ,!'t .;' :But ., the a German war tax counsel of $40,000,000 general on has Brussels levied - ,tMl '. "!,'1i\'i\;' ;'!?:l ) ",{:, ;" ,,:;:, ,>,<:, :;;ii'i: '(cl' ." 5 ;"'; ,:, \; L' :" :i.<':" f. '
'he
1 you' :can:; still, ..r'h'm.. sing the solos the capital of Belgium, which ,

L a i romJjAUST ,that, have ,given 'him a world-wide city they occupied on Thursday. -

:reputation. ,This,' great artist' made .20 records Namur toward which the German AUSTifiANS FOUGHT U AN

; 'tot't e' Victor;..peopl'a'and his rendif"tionof troops have been moved in large num

', ( 'the 'character, 'or Mephistopheles .isaakriowledged bers.the past few days, is partly 'invested. -

to ,be'almo :t 'without. a ,peer. Heavy artillery fire. was.be GRAND
FIMAGINARYENEMYOR
gun yesterday afternoon. The
I ioucan; always have the'.world's; .best music ify9 ward movement of the German troops west-

: ( pro: *;'Yi: 6troiaA $$15.00 to 25000.. A continues along the banks of the .

{: .tyli, .,and. .:price; to;.fit.'every purse and cons Meuse, just beyond the range of fire THEY DISCOVERED
; The
Week of
? .1. 'tlo., '_ of the defenses of Namur,which townie MISTAKE Week's at

*} \; .' heavily fortified.A The Grand.Monday"Judge

fl W. S. BRANCH, war tax of $10,000,000 is reported Official Report of Naval Battlein .
II to have been levied,by the German

t: ,1 Ie'.Arate. .. W', ay. HHie Store army of occupation on:Liege.. Adriatic Is Received by Dunn's Decision," a
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French
< War
Officein
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t-\ r clever Selig special feature in two big

LI I.. ,Ic - . , , -- '. ,, BODY OF POPE[ UfS: INSTATE -Paris parts. Also a Vitagraph and an Edison.

iJ i :' :) ; London, Aug. 22.-Otficial news Remember we give away the Automobile

i.:. '.'A"G'"RA"'N' D''V'IEW'; from Paris,gives further ,details of this same evening. You can't miss this

t- : . ,
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the
..y:! <..' '< ifj- 1'"- encounter ,in the Adriatic aboutf' show.

v'Lf -. a week ago which resulted in the loss
; ., THREE HUNDRED INVITATIONS
of the
Austrian battleship Zrinyi, a
'." *.: i :;;: \: .': : TO THE CEREMONYOF vessel of over 10,000 tons, and a crew Tuesday-'Tauline": getting better

ENTOMBING of 857 men. looking every time she_ calls around. Two
: ;;Newest:<< and 'most p.toAate hotel in
:, -' The other reels the
; Zrinyi struck good '
'1 was by a she ,same night.Wedncsday"Thc .
\ "x: ;;' Canton. '"Situated' Body :Will Be Laid Beside the from a French warship. This projectile -
on Academy Heights..Overlooking .
'. .Casket. of Pope Pius VL exploded. in her.magazine and I of "
Right
Way
the' damaged her'so badly that she foun- a
: beautiful in
St. Peter's
: ; Pigeon River at
. i' ' 'dered in a few minutes. great Vitagraph special feature in two
Rome
: Valley*'. :.One of. the:finest :views in Western from A dispatch Rome to the Havas agency parts. Also a Biograph, War News and
says the correspondent
: ;North '.Cardinal. .Rome, Italy, Aug. 22.-The body of the Gionale D'Italia at Trieste statesthat a Kalem.-
> ; ., r
=8 -- ' Pope Pius X., clad in his
; : pontifical 'during Thursday night the Austrian
41.: ; I'' '" "'" robes 'and with the emblems of his 'fleet engaged in a violent artillery Thursday-The "Big Four" will afford

\!' ',.- f ..... sacred office beside it, lay today in combat ,with an imaginary fleet you another one of those splendid shows
; the chapel of the Blessed Sacramentin According .
' to the
correspondent the
: ,J St. Peter's. The doors of the
. 'M s.J.R.McFADYEN great mistake was discovered only after six
," church were opened and the faithful 1 hours' cannonade. Friday-Jesse L. Lasky presents, "TheValley
; ,
Ji, : resumed p pilgrimages to the bier. of the Moon," this wonderful picture -

. : i? ;.:i :. &w CANTON. .. N. C.MIimilMMMIIIIIIIIIMIIIIMIMH. under Preparations way.; The for stairway the burial leading are now to_ BASEBALL .RESULTS is first run. Something this city has

>J''j :. ..Him' '- -. ,', .' - the, crypt under the altar, where lithe e National League never had, but will have this winter at
< remains of St. 'Peter, has been St. Louis 4,Brooklyn 2.
. .-, 7'>' ... _' , ,', -' the Grand.
:. :FtY; : iAVANA. AVIATOR covered with heavy boards. Down Chicago 1, Philadelphia 3. _
.
FQR WILL BELAUN : FALLSi,000 FEET AND '
.. Pittsburg 3-2 Boston
.' these,the bier will,be lowered gently 24.
..t. ; D:'SOON: LIVES Cincinnati Saturday..."Too Many Husbands "
until it is" 9j; New York 4. ,
finally Clepositeci'near .
:,. ;R ._ ,:, :,T: :, :iMineok, .N. ,Y., Aug.. 22.-Albert casket, the
? of ,Pope Pius"VL American League another Vitagraph special and a Pathe
'. 4 ."I4,s-i :St.. &eg,' lee;FJa. Aug'. 2i0fffcM 'Fileux, of.New. York city, an,aviator, Three hundred invitations
have
: fel ,1,000 feet New York Chicago 2. War News.
; :: in his
: : C" monoplane to the
1 made
. ;# was hoe been issued for the ceremonies of '
Hempstead' aviation' en Boston 4, Cleveland 2-
9 k:ywterdty. by. :Geaeral. '.:'Freight Agent field '.today and tombing. Among those present will Washington 8, Detroit 7. .
.. c. < ', ": : escaped with,his.life. He'was badly The Grand is now running the biggest and best
.
=>' .i-' :F..W: .. .. ;, 'Kirtknd. . that :the. lareaalY bruised and lacerated but be'members, of the diplomatic torps ,Philadelphia 3-6, St. Louis 4-i.. '
\' Q.
; ::' ' surgeons at in Orlando. We add
-. 1. and representatives of the Italian program ever run may that it
the n o-
:;..:. i t. g wef.theFlertdaEast. ,. Coast Nassau hospital, said, he Was,suf Federal League .
'':"" ';:ih;!:; i ;forty: eteueer, 'Retry"' M: fering -chiefly from shock and they bility. The 'troops. were withdrawn Chicago 2, Buffalo 6., costs more than that ot all other theatres put togeth
'
,.. .ti from the square of St. .Peter's this
's i 1 ..'trll take $see Phil&de1tt thonght'he..tVouId: live. St. Louis Baltimore, ,2. er.
F'r' afternoon.
" '.'\.'.\' _' ,;'..-. _.-.,'.,'''2.--'at dab o'elock- in';, <'Fileux.fell. while looping the, loop: .., Kansas City.2,'Pittsburg 6.
i to'
..auenae'L't"" He'Ead completed,the'circle' and the Indianapolis 12-5, Brooklyn 6-0.
: ..t51 'occasion 'of'a FRENCH CLAIM GERMANS, : ARE .
: ) ,:wfllwffl ; be nose, p ane. was pointed, Southern League ORCHESTRA
",'' (...'i;\,, M&lWbf' , ..'cony, :,The.. 'pres k straight; for.. earth preparatory to USING.. ,DUM-DUMBULLETS'. :
,," -'): :d t et.Ceht jDd.JHI.family: a t.. making'a long'glide; when'l s'engme r Memphis 2, Mobile 1.
Jr1';!7t.iu Fkw'a system'and'other wenrdead. ":The machine'fell like Paris, Aug 22.-The governmenttoday Atlanta 1-7, Montgomery 01.
J I offiemle 'sad a called the New Orleans 1, Chattanooga 0.
attention
; 'raiy \ ..rtpreseBtativeflof ea pnminet.OiIookers: I of the"pow
/ watching' the I
.... \I :,Bilge 'and. ers which signed The-'Hague: Nashville b-1, Birmingham 2-1 5c10e
*' :''' ; exporting: impOrting. flight_saw his frantic:efforts ,to right ?convention "
'""' .:. v ,It.,- >,:....-...-.:.;..;of' '"the comtry,;. ". '- I I the aeroplane' and:when.these .failed- "'to'its report that .on August; 10 Second game eight'Imi1gs! ;.darkn ass.
; "- ""' ..... '; ... . ..
: South
::1"j" ".&1Ia -'V...; fIIIII" WJII"ua.1IIIQ"'' : .I.- aw. him sWing'himself into 'the cockpit following an ,engagement, ,a French Atlantis League ,
> "" ''
'
;'f:. .,largom fer1! veead in tie.would an.j d'j i '' of.'the' .machine so he'would' ''' ',not- .be army surgeon found, 'five :dum-dum MaCon, Albany 0.,
, ';'j.. r the;..fret to. b i oo ; bullets, on ,the road::to. Munster in Charleston 5' -
;.. :': : : :: etedfor; =,se ,caught.beneath,the heavy, eagine.As ; Augusta 2., '
: '.''.'.: .... wot" '':-,:-Ske:will; ply' ,between, _. )I I I ,. 'he,climbed. ,. .back his weight. ;so Alsace.- -. 'These"bullets. were' in,a,rifle..- Columbia 3,''Savannah, .1.
k-?.-. :"', .RtX" Weer' said-Ba..... !" 'disturbed' .'the .balance of' the 'mon clip! and were- turned over t -toFrench ,'the* Jacksonville 1 t'Columbus: 0. For SaleI

:; : .. ? ::- .. I De;that. mad. of, ,falliag noloan se, commanding' general Other G-.CO
-
, : "CIIMAN.STEAMS.CAPTURED dum-dum bdlets taken from the ; .
; > ; : it',taraed When-'( ondred feetfrom COLORAbO'STBIBEB IS .ACQUIT.TEpbFiMURDER
:A'y: t k. .. \-.r : : -: 'the earth and 1 hit the ground: on '-" of French:soldiers filed'in'b the I '-' Insect Killer Wili

:.. )" rW r.Aag"I22..; The cap .the, front 'wheels., These coKapsed have been. forwarded to 'themi"i.r- I! 'have-- 'a carlead of Jersey Milk

:: ria,, ",waters :of;tie' Gertwt and.,the' ,machine;somersaulted. d. The of.war. .. .BonlderAng-fihe'first; : i Cows for sale; and people of the BUT. Rid
; ; dad abip SaM r wg be:=hangar attendants who rushed '. ;: efiei-Ot. outof '
.
out x. l' pt a triale., growig
invited
,
in
1-, .' l'b 4 NOWLTOlkied Brazilian ports,I.peeting to pick,.aphis',mangled'.;body ARREST. MAN FOR _'.".0 F ,Strike.disofAffS," '> ..JB:"jBoelder 'county' !j00' .c rt. are to Your house oi all insects.

; 'l. "y' the$cruiser"Glasgow"was (reported; :found hia:,:conscious, and. With ui %YEARS AGUE( ... .ended" < .- .,n;" t 4l r"c.1:. : -.; i thep4 .. ,
'a\ ate the .ti >,ilia&iJodJ ;; broken.boaes.,''- ; 'ji'Yp' 'f"I. _, I trikei.' sted'by s""'JHi: ;'.R i ieMoaab4 prkea," Call oa.or.address parts.- 35c. GaitaSi.W
,
) r _' ,,_ San:'Franciseo, Cat., Aag:2&-The the :!fi8 t i y, to,;: f' tifce;! ardor : I' -,.'-'" ::---<-'
\ 'J For
W :life. a d Joan"iywon __\ date off i :N..SE\'BL sale by
JKBT Pig; Pig. et&, police today arrested;Edward Staart, Noah B efH yY r f;KMB-BBWB: :mia '
.
.-r tad MUte;at:6.:wr:cent., is the:kindyoa;want. Where,. alias ,Talbotefiarged D.&w'wGa: -Fia.in .
to, with'tk ir who
;' get :ar body wa" fwad cnaW oa an I Iifltemban
f. 1Dter+ al BaiJIIc c.u.tee, ".'-.-.Life.... ,'a-: .LoeB'eo-;,'-';>. ttThat's'essp: ;,phene:6 .'" W;+T;' der' ,oi"Gsiteoii: ; ,"-,'a.. r. Lofton R.= track oa'the...irt of-Jaa- r 1-: ' -, '.Cawithers .&, Gore'c'
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