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Title: The morning sentinel
Uniform Title: Morning Sentinel
Morning sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
Physical Description: 6 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando, Fla.
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Publication Date: August 25, 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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c .,Three: z f. of the GreatesfBattles'in the. World's






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ALOIS DAZED- .:BY SUDDEN ;AND;TERRIFIC ONSLAUGHT j! '
R . ; RUSSIANS DEFEAT[ BIG GERMAN GOVERNMENT OWNED MERCHANT

,I. 'OF.GERMAN- .HOSTS- WHICH- .ARE SWEEPING JEKY1 1

t ,THING,14EFORE.THEM'IN THEIR UNCHECKED I


;L14 t! ,>;; \.:ADVANCE ACROSS,. FRONTIER_THROUGH,INTO BELGIUM,FRANCE AND I fOR [ IN A. SIX nAY'S BAffLE MAR1NEBILLISBEFORE CONGRESS


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.J cxxo GERMANS BATTLE LINE ETENDED:; MEASURE WILL HAVE THE
-, orotTTLE' MILES ALONG RAILROAD.. : MORAL CHAMON VillA CATHEDRAL[ SCHOOL H l T TI TO SUPPORT OF THE


it.:\.: c c.* :LINE. 300 'MILES IN EAST PRUSSIA ..cONSIDERSHIMSELF[ 'I HAVE[ c GOOD o YEAR[ PRESIDENTBIG


",: h :The_.,Great_ ;lat Rage,,,One..in;:Belgian, One in Lorraine_ and, t RUSSIANS ''OC Upy lARGE CITIS[ OF.."f THE _DOWNTRODDEN' BIG INCREASE IN ATTEND CORORATLOTO ij BE FORMED[

: et' 'iM Alsace Strongly Fortified City of Namur in _
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i" ;5 ,.;,,.''. ,.. .. ,Has Fallen. a Nancy, in" France. .Has Been Conflict Ended Sunday When PEOPLE LAST YEAR With Capital Stock $10,000,000and

.i. L .Occufwed by Germans-French Retreat Before 'the 100,000 Germans En- Panama Canal Bonds to

', "'; ', .-Army. of.German. Crown Prince.Who is. -.' '. gaged' Retreated:. ,Pur Bandit t. and Murderer Sets Himself : Rev. Cobb Expected to Arrive Amount of Fifty Million ;
i Up as the Leader of: From Summer Vacation
ti Parsuing.asFarasLongwY sued by Russians Will Be Sold
.' Moral Uplift in Stricken Early Next Week-Open-

r i .Republic. ing October 7th
With which has _London; Aug. 24.-A dispatch to Washington, Aug. 24.-(Special)-
,,> London, Aug, 24.-(Special) a ,suddenness -
the ,Daily'Mail today from St. Petersburg I Representative J. W. Alexander,
t :apparently temporarily: : dazed the allies, Germany has advancedin'ose says the first great battle Chihuahua, Mexico, Aug. 2.t.-Gen. Rev. R. P. Cobb, principal of the chairman of the house committee on

/ : vast: :concentrated:sweep along a'battle- .line which now.extends in the east Prussian theater of opera- Francisco Villa today issued this I Cathedral school, and his 'son, Ran- t merchant marine ,and fisheries, today
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,4 i practically;'from I211e to the Swiss border, or a distance of tions has been fought and won-by statement regarding his! relationsWith' dolph, expect to leave Baltimore tomorrow introduced the administration bill for

',{ '.zoo*mines the Russians, who gained a complete .. 'Carranza: t for Orlando, taking the M. &' the purchase of a fleet of merchantmen -
*T' have no personal feeling in this M. ""Suwanee due in Jacksonville
; victory after six days of desperate steamer to the products of the
Kaiser's Alsace and Lorraine, I carry
forces in
movements of the .
The .
"J .. matter against Carranza. This
-:: ::: --='-- '- '-- fighting. coun- next Sunday. Jtlrs. Cobb will United States abroad.
if :have;not'been .merged ivith 'the Belgium campaign,' have' should not be under military I I
:;they \ ."The battle front," the correspond try again be detained a few days longer, plan The bill provides for the establishment -
r' 1.8tl. :least-been:.tuned xxmcurrently' with the:latter so.that simulta- ent continues, "extended nearly thirty government. The armies by our I ning to make the trip a week later. of a corporation with a capitalof

.i" neptisly one.million! i Germans.of all} arms of,the,service have begun..miles on both sides of the main rail constitution are secondary to the constituted While making their summer stay in $10,000,000, in which the United

';the'. advance-through ,Belgium and ;:across Alsace-Lorraine into, way line'running from Eydtkuhnen, government, and it is now 1 Mt. Gretna, Pa., both Mr. and Mrs. States shall own 51 per cent. of the
. '. *- t. a town on the Russian border, west ,time, that the country should be governed Cobb have spent much of their vacation stock, to purchase such vessels as
.;.f Pnaee. ; by the ,people, for the people, time in plans for the coming ward. The fighting began Thursday be needed. The will be
; may money
>There' -':-is no:.confirmation,,. .In 'London of the reported successes when the Russians attacked the' Ger!, and not as heretofore,.governed by a school year, including the mailing of i!raised by the sale of Panama canal

;f of;tlieTQennan(crown prince.. The. admission of.the ,allies! howeVer man first division, which had delivered military clique ,whose only object is school catalogues and sending personal !!bonds up to $50,000,000.

; ', tlatt:they: have been forced to.:retire., is open to the most ,several unsuccessful assaults,on personal' :welfare and not the welfareof letters" in reply to many inqui j I I Minority stock will be offered to the

;' serioas OOB tri tion.- Eydtkuhnen.The forces on both,sides the masses."I Ties,regarding the school. i I.!public.
t gradually increased, the Ger desire the'.moral help of the During September they will have The controlling interest of the
Credence. : is_BOW:given! :to the:early morning reports:that Nancy, were American. people in this political fightI the school buildings renovated and
three United States will be voted
having by shipping
mans finally army.corps i : a
:, had fallen. 'intone,'hands"of the Germans.: Nancy is an ,unfortified Y. 'n now waging. I consider myself
,.. : ', engaged. :* ;.> all preparations made for reopeningthe I board, created by the bill, composed .
: "- 'tin,,:',the:eapitallDf:.tneMepartmenf3' : Meurthe. et Moselle" ("Fierce fighting took place'at Gum-: the moral champion to:procure by all first Wednesday in October, the'resent I of the secretary of the treasury

"'! iwith: population of more:than:90,000.; honorable means'for my downtrodden prospects being bright for a
.. .a 1" binnen on Thursday, when the Ger- t the postmaster general and the
i :Battles greater: and more sanguinary than the world ever knew II mans attempted to turn the Russian countrymen justice, at the same time large enrollment of pupils in both the secretary of commerce.
flank. Though the attack here showing them their obligations toward boarding and the day departments.The II The vessels will be maintained in
right
4 before : in' Altogether than million and'm
are now, progress. r more. a law and order.
I[ new members of the facultyare Gulf Pa-
was conducted with the utmost vigor trade between Atlantic, or
; ._ d e half":of- .,.are. : engaged in'these. combats. the attempt was frustrated by the "There need-be no alarm whatever as follows, each having highest cific ports of the United States and

-? Along. ;100 miles.of.territory: from M ns.in.Belgium.to the Luxemburg bravery and stubbornness of the Rus- regarding my standing in this mat- testimonials: ports in Central and South America,

; frostier: 'one contest' has*waged. for, three days, 250,000 sian 'troops on this wing. The Rus- ter. .I desire the American people to Miss Annetta Persing (graduate of and foreign ports whenever needed.In .

J Germanshaving. ,been locked in. a, death grapple there with an sians took the opportunity by the understand once and for all that I !. Sternbersj School of Music, Philadel- case of emergency the United

;: "equal number:of,'allies, and.the issue is still undetermineddy concentration of the Germans to the shall: now take the part of silent mor- phia), piano. States will have the right to take
northward to direct a vigorous assault al pressure on any government they Miss Margaret Hibbs (graduate of possession of the vessels at a reason-
.Along:" the L Lorraine. ,:frontier, and extending over. across the on their center, whereby they may emanate; this pressure is not Bard-Avon School of Expression, Bal- able price or rental

.. r. 'rench'boundary; another great army, said,to be in personal comr captured many guns. menacing by any means. I desire ,timore), elocution and physical- cul President Wilson told callers today

r- .iaand,:of,,the'crown. : prince is. hammering away at the French.: Russians Refused Armistice morality, the strictest neutrality in. ture. I that his plan has not been changedand

c uneville'and JNancy are'aIfeadireported.fallen. by the onrushing "On Friday the Russian left wing government. Miss Mildred Reed, A. B. (graduate it is understood the bill will be

'Germans,' who" are 'pursuing the ,French, in, the. direction .of. pressed.onwards and _toward evening University of Kansas), English and pressed.Mr. .
drove the enemy out of their posi- German. Wilson said he hoped private
SEEK TO'
-* :Longwy.c .' ALLIES[ ij HOLD
tions. The Germans then asked for Miss Helen M. Nicholas (graduateNew capital would go in and buy ships but
;A third great battle is,under way in Alsace, where another German .- an armistice that they'might carry York'Art Training school), art i that so far it had shown no indication

\ arm r'I: en' upon the French. in force' in desperate. :away their dead and wounded. This THE[ GERMANS[ and vocal music. i I of acting unless the government

effort.to wrest;,Muelhausen n_from,them. I was refused. Miss Frances Bosanquet, who graduated guaranteed the security. He said
b' -, "Yesterday the battle :was decided. from the Cathedral school in that he would not favor such a plan. ,
''\ ON FRENCH FRONTIER,AND the class of 1911, and who was assist-
: JJJf.'B FORE r GERMAN 'ONSLAUGHT The Germans hastily retreated, pursued The president declared it was not
,by the Russians. The enemy's I IN BELGIUM WHILE RUS- ant in the primary department last his desire .to compete with private

;London,. Aug.; 24:-(Special.. ),"':'The official, press information. losses were 'very heavy. The Rus- SIANS ADVANCE % year, will return to teach French and capital but that at such a crisis it was 3
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i bureau:"at...:..the.., ,.war.' office .announced tonight that Namur. had sians captured Airas and Goldap. Reports nature study. necessary for the government to step
fallen.' that the,Russians have occupied Big Battle Has Been on Since in. He expects the administrationplan
'. "Jt, Insterburg, seem to be official. This ASKS NOBEL PEACE PRIZE FOR to be in operation within two
5F 'Jo., Saturday and Result Is Un.
_" means that Tilsit, a town on the left PRESIDENT WILSON or three weeks and thinks it can be
'CHINESE WORK 'ON'TSING TAU FORTIFICATIONS of the Nieman miles north known.in Paris Is official.Announcement 24.A letter in such to
peIe .'" bank sixty Washington, Aug. requesting managed a way as encour-
.
: Eonigsberg has been cut off from Wilson be As instanceof
of ,. that to President age private capital an
: Shanghai/China,'Aug. ,24. (Special.) The correspondent',of ;
: with other of the
< communication parts awarded the Nobel peace prize ($40,- this, he declared, governmentline

.a1 j'Shanghai. -'. -, ,. who, was. ,one of" the" last ,to,-leave, "the belea Prussia. s Paris, Aug. 24.-The following official 000)) for 1914 has been, sent to the might be used to develop lines of
'guei'edcity: ;of Jsing Tau that Chinese coolies "In' the from Monday to "announcement. made here today .
,telegraphs 40,000 fighting was Storthing, Christiania, Norway, custodian trade not at present profitable.The
: '.have.been'working'three,weeks for eighteen hours day digging Friday eight German regiments of ': of the prize fund, by Edward president indicated he had no '

.trenches,'laying mines,and building-wire.entanglements.Aug. . the_field army and six lankwehr regiments -t "The great battle between thegreater 1 B.- Beasley of Baltimore, Md. Mr. fear of complications with other gov-
1. totalling about 70,000 men, part of the forces of Eng- Beadey points out in his letter that ernments for the ships would not car-
P with''200 guns, took part. Later the land and France, against the bulk of the, president's Mexican policy, his ry goods under conditions which

: ((; fIlIS.IfLDBY$; [ AUSmA &6JS ml number was reinforced to more ,than l'the German army 'which began Saturday action in connection with the repealof would make them contraband.THE .

100,000 men. The German ,forces continues today. the exemption clause of the Pan-
(" available to east Prussia besides the,I "The mission of, the English and ama canal act, and his offer of media- WEATHER
}., t .<, BELGNr IB JAPANWashington army! corps of the field army, are five the French is to hold virtually the en- tion to the powers now at war entitle Florida: Local thunder showers

/ ,;1 '; : ,:. .' independent cavalry divisions, total,'tire Germany army in Belgium while. him to the prize.Washington Tuesday and Wednesday.
: : : ing 210,000 men with 540, field guns;, our Russianallies pursue their successes _. .
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Aug. 24.Danger of
: and 180 howitzers, besides a consid-- in the east.,
t...., .,.- graph. .l" :-dispatch> ,"from- ;Rotterdam-,. ".' .>.says,_ war'between Japan and Austria was earble number of siege guns. 1 "The Russians occupy territory MEANS FINANCE COTTON CROP .:
tKt'aftw man 'da 'of quiet sounds removed today through the agreement "The total German ,forces in the the fron
r.p ..,-. ",t.. 7- i, _' ,? ; fifty miles wide on German I
dismantle
-.-f x. \.of- .the. vigorous. ,' bombardment. t'. 'of "of Austria' to herruiserthe'aiserin east, not. counting the landstrum' areabout. tier."After ARE DISCUSSED AT WASHINGTONemergency .
.<.&*.Lkge,reached'.the frostw,near Maes- : Elizabeth,, now 500,000 men with 1100 field ;' a great victory the Servians,
-* -' heard at' Tingtau.: guns and howitzers and a large number made ,safe Austrian territory to ,the --
Jv'V ;triftl t :Sunday. .Theywer : '
,The Austrian ambassador, had been .. of siege guns. north of them." Aug. 24..-(Special)- : funds under the Vreeland
i\
,uajftfl:are making a tremendous eo Japanese:,government; indicated its .will advance is full.of large,and small .this morning that' 1e. Germans have cotton that will not find a market this These suggestions were declared to

t ;Er staagng :danger approval of.'a:suggestion,for.dismantling lakes, rivers,. canals, and. marshes.j r occupied the unfortified town of year, was the problem discussed at a be of doubtful value byseveral cotton

F,and,to this '' the :cruiser.: Austria accepted' These, natural advantages ,the Germans 1\Nancy. This report however,. lacks large. gathering of cotton producersand representatives.? It is held that reserve -
** .the:proposal:'and instructed the.offiI I have manufacturers at a meeting pre- funds in national banks will
strengthened
by a largenumber confirmation.. not
'end.
: .. they.,... luidbioupht. .'. .. ; .their:..heaviest. ... "' to irate me'it, at;Shanghai :The:
cers _
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;" I .fortifications including the| Nancy tithe:capital .of the dePartment sided over by Secretary of the Treasury reach the small growers and he canonly i'

.... howitzers, into'" :Mtf> ')of D.>; Figitives' :c. reportf -J, .Austrknambassador,',.. .., '' then, let it beknown fortresses. Eonigsberg, ,AUenstein, 'of Meurthe and'Hosefie, thirty- ,McAdoo today. i be protected through state
"&e-tc''' comfpoBfeftUoeB&raes* -, ; ':that :he, : 'saw no .occasion. to Dansic,and':Thorn. .But besides these 'five miles south of.Metz, on the left After much debate the problem was i banks. "tjM

)lii';the Liege'f orta'caw id"great inconvenience -:.leave Japan.BRITISF .. ?,. the whole country rewn with'fortificationa -, 'bank*of .the' river Meurthe. It is left to be worked out by committees The warehouse receipt plan is de-
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t; '.- ,to' 'the-Gwwias'by i ::destraying -I and permanent.field-works' :about ten miles from."the German representing the cotton interests and clared impracticable unless the gov
} ,their [.. ..;.HELD. . .(THEIR. :,GROUND. .. .: officials.
I ", ;." ,SGt pontoonBridges over "' of every description largely, armed.frontier.' -It-is one of the finest and the treasury ernment provides and administers the
'th.fMeuset lr'"J Fi' : ,' "'I r; sLoaden, A\Ig\ :,.24 The.official bureau with heavy ,guns. ;' :All,,these military;I best. -built',towns. of::.France.:and hast Secretary McAdoo, in opening the warehouses.
"
"o.:..'.the- .,Dailyy.Maill' "'" .fishes' '.aa. 'of:;information_ today gave.,out' 'measures-show- .the'immense- '. '. strategic. -t' ;'population- :of",over 90,000. .Of'thejancientlortifieationsof meeting, said that with the reserve Cotton representatives said the
.from...Antwerp_ _saying,that a """ the:folkwiag ,inoneemsat importance<>f -st Proaa"' :i I : the town only bank system ,in operation the South South did not have sufficient ware-
i kl.at -
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who, .swce- -!..d.ia.gettu 14. K to.Liege and forces' were eagafed- all 1,,. .., ' : : '!the',citadel:TOM,been__ reserved. would have ample means to finance houses ,and'.if warehouse- receipts are

baA_ _.reportthat-;tbrGennaM: have I' day.0oaiiiy s.aftedat, lc'with'. 'KeOert-. ,,'MiMey,,Ladies'-.., Ha&e. ...- .1\ the unsold cotton. He said the government to be depended upon. to carry the producers
Unit.' Wfhteen.ponto6nJbridge5- .fcpws the: .*.y ia'tbe'neighboriwod'
the. Menat' betweW.. ;Lie*;:,.and *e''... I 1 'llMt'a:Wd '" i t"f cti.., ,tar' Sefteottx.> ;,Florida:;oraafea"wffl,be,in. :gr tde- cotton warehouse receipts'as.suitable the government'would ,have to. provide

Dutch fwBtkr, *.*' r t ....0'hL"r mid tins.season.:' > = security' for, the issuance of, storage.,
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: W10.*,,W10IN- 'L.. .;7H.,-;..JUBOKAN' '.' .- . i-Sertk's foreign(policy:for the ,past mend of the Austria'active fleet J i' --
:t -* '* ". ,;WAI. .* t ,I'ten'years: I 'Admiral'Von Essen! Commander-t
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;: ". 1 ;)ff; :, Has,been'Russian ia-Chief of the Russian Baltic-fleet
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t iii-:1I.lrQtilteCIii;': : : : ,: :. 1 '; soaregieSasonoff 8lnce,1910, and,1\\ General JilinSth ,Chief'of the,Rus-

'paie ae: roffi,'the:.----1 of,''war, in'tl '.hat' been called the "Filter" ,of the .sian.army. General ,Staff. "" ; W. SLEMONS ,.
1 Entente." Was formerly in Prince Henry of Prussia: Inspec-
:."*roe 11"is well Vbecome a aequaint4 r Triple ; i
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k ;,.. :..,with:;;Ae 'Wfco': f Who,... :-',,of; : Europe)1 the'Russian embassy in London. i I,tor-General of the German fleet. i j

j ;from:a.staadpoiatV. aad'diploi )- Herr Got es" Von ,Jacow:' Has Admiral Von Ingenohl: Command- .
' Y been'German Minister for Foreign I er-in-Chief of the German High Seas
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cy; aid the feD WiBg will serve. as : I
"t ,:I,Affairs -since: 1913. Spent .l fleet '
:iBtre..ti if; many yearsin
an ,.,
'.. )tii...., 'the'German embassy in:Rome.. 'j I General Count Von Moltke: ,Chief
Jtf *Count ,Szapary:. Is the Austrian, of the German army General Staff. R Sale
,Tbc,, ftaperor= :Francis :Joseph, of Mosey
Rising
: Ambassador in St. Petersburg. Nephew of the famous field marshal
,Austria:, :,The"most. i tragic:.figure In. '
4! ' < ;M.. N. Schebeko: Is the Russian who directed German operations in ,
-modern;history,whose sixty-six"years' ,-. 18707
in Vienna.
Ambassador,
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on the tteeae t lave been one sue-
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' t t" '" The Marquis'Di San Giuliano: Italian Admiral Von Tirpitz: The German
;eee len.;:of f.mni'a.c iN nationaltrage-. tiaiter .for Foreign,* Affairs,l Navs1.: eereary. JIu. bPlo pjJj,nvisten -.
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'!9Sia4SS 5Aa1i$3i i pts dS,"s s 1833, i i v: ..
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)" .;:, 5 _. $ora in.i852.. A:lawyer. 1 Kaiser has"'beta the creator of the : ' Fwd, at--Serejevo, onlane 28thssthemediate < ...
modem
Ministerof Germany
Vivian Prime
M. Rene : navy.
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bat,: : cause, of the !I
.: VlCeAdmira1'Amero .. .
D'Aste
France and, also Foreign Minister. Stella:
present, !
far / The Commander-in-Chief of the Ital- .
Whose A radical Socialist, but a firm supporter -I I -
King; Peter of Servi :
= "Entente. ian active fleet
: of the Triple
!: 1 'kingdom/; owing to his ill ,health, is : I
: Sir ,Edward Grey: British, Secre- l Lieutenant-General Alberto Pallia:
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2iP p Q; ,J i .1}>. tm .peart <
J.Jell 9f.1Lf .: roc Fareiga ctt airs;'L tie ell t e 'italian. 'spy&QecsLSfadf Come and See What You Can Save
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of
caofereaca
6 natkm, 'of .Rig' Alexander ,and'i ase offer ,o & I' .
dispute -1 Generat Joffre*. Commander
l! powers in London to settle'the -
Qoeeo Drags l<1903. ,
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: : between Austria and Servia,i Chief of the French army. Born in .
.The Czar? Emperor.of all the! Russias. -! !
r though favorably.received by.most of 1852, and served in the Franco-Prus- W. M. SLEMONS
- d, ; ',Cousin: of:.iKing George, and J JI [
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'.nephew! of;.Queen .Alexandra. .i the powers, was not accepted by Germany I jsian war. A burly country gentle- -
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of character.
man great simplicity
: Tne)Kaiser:. King ,of Prussia and !
Sir George Buchanan: British 'Amjbassador Admiral Boue De Lapeyrere: C mmandel'.inChief ORANGE AVENUE
., German Emperor.. Cousin* of King,
'' since 1910.;j of the active French
.\ ., in St. Petersburg ;
George' i i Has,served in'Vienna, Sofia and Ber-;r fleet. A former minister of marine, w1.wwMM..i4i. " " " " ' ... .. ......
King Victor,Emanuel of Italy: Son-
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s'v, lin. t who did splendid work in reorganizing -
in-law of:'the King 'of Montenegro, I I ____ -
) f Sir Maurice De Bunsen: British the French navy at a time when !
t' who IB an ally of Servia and possible, 11 11I I J date etc., 1.,1111,111",1,11,1,11111111111.1111111.,1111111 ,.
Ambassador in Vienna since 1913.I I it had sunk owing to misgovernmentinto II Up to painting papering
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of Austria, Ital tsally., I
:opponent
j' .Has been in the diplomatic ,service :' a state of unpreparedness. I Il I is the kind you want. Where to get
-King George" of.:England. Related l General Sir Charles Douglas Chief, itT That's easy, phone 636. W. T.
I" since 1877, and has been ambassador: : We Will Put the Reinsof
blood to '
V ,by ,marriage nearly every1royal '''Entrican.
jl jlt 1-20-tf
in London and Madrid. i'of the British Imperial General Staff,
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house in Europe.
is :r Cpvnt, .Mt)M/nJ;' AnstrapagaTinu -( }YJt)));)s j.3JJ t i)sii3tiab3P mr.$ m& ;t .
'C.t. <, ails 1t w bivyr a 5 6 isa Success in Your
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t British take it to Warman's'Repa'r
i"\ X1994. Lord Kitchener War Minister hurry
P in person, J '
Diplomats ... r Count Benckendorff: Russian Ambassador and the most famous English 4 I Snop. ____ ___ 12-5-tf.__i Hands .
& in London since,1903. soldier of today. The hero of Knar- I --- --
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7 :Foreign Minister,. who has been in'| Count,DA Pourtales: German Am--I I toum. How? By furnishing with
'charge of the Vienna foreign office bassador in St. Petersburg. A noble f ['Nyr[ you

:1"*; ,since,'1911..< Was :ambassador' 'at. St.I man of Bohemia.since 1908., Has, been' in St. Petersburg -I II. MURDERER TELLS STORY OF JEAN IN COURT JAURES i THE GRAB ; a perfect Fertilizer Let ourrepresenta- :

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and,is.,aperional; friend,of the:Russian I. M. De Sverbreew: Russian Ambassador ; tive call on you. He will give you a ;
Paris, 21 Raoul Villain, who'I
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T foreign minister.. l in:Berlin.- ( HOTELI
formula that will make and mature
murdered the Socialist leader,
.Count Sturgkh:' The Austrian Pre-.I l Naval and Military Officers' .I French I
'f piier,'to Whom.the;Emperor:sent his Baron Conrad Von Hoetzendorf:'Jaures, denied at a preliminary hearing -I -- your fruit
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: ,.an old':German,aristocratic family,y[ Marshal Putnik: Chief of'the Servian and reiterated that Jaures betrayedand I: : )!lakly First Class

',who :was in the confidence the late General'Staff,,who was arrested the I
wronged country.
t. Archduke Francis Ferdinand. Has. while passing through Austria. A Slight of build, his blond hair Rooms with bath, hot

-, held. office' 'since,1911.. noted, strategist brushed back so that he- looked likea and cold water. i Tlie S ntooru r Fill C i.
Count, Prime I Ii r
Tisza
'1 H-. Minister of General Moritz Von Auffenberg: student, Villain told how, after buying Open year round.
Mind.8on: of the man who Commander of the Austrian eastern a revolver, he hunted for Jaures I Summer"
,ruled'the:country with,a rod.ofiron Former Minister of I shoot him wherever Extras I' rates through
War. to
army.. found. ORLANDO Phones: Office 32, Plant 31 FLORIDA
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), General L. Von Frank: Com ,nd- announcing mobilization had incited
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+ individuality: er of the Austrian central army.; him to anger ORLANDO, FLA. I 3
M. Pasitch The Servian Premier I
F r General 0.. Potiorek: Commander
i n. ,and,Foreign' Secretary.' Is, sixty-five. of the Austrian ,western army. To be convinced of the producing 723lmHtllllllMIMHMilliilH I l- Rubber Stamps made to order at "It pays to belong"-to the list ofWarmarl's
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t :LADES' SHIRTS WAISTS, how to get any shirt waist in the store Free. }
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; days only. give to every 10th buyer of any shirst waist in the store their

,matter what the price, whether it is a 50c waist.. or a $5 waist. If you are the 10th purchase free; no
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.a)beaitifal file of. colors toctaae __ ________ _ _ EXTRA EXTRA '
Ladies Patent Gun Metal
:fre*, :t& regular $1.00 --
..._..... ... _.,...-.... .... .s AKura C'' WOOL DRESS GOODS Values Beautiful fancy CREPES in Ladies' GOWNS Tan and White Buck Colonial CQ ?:
'; * f p. stripes and plaids and 40 made of Nain 2
.... to inch Pumps, $3.50 'value .... .. . .*>-' fj
up $1.00 Dolly Varden Voiles, 35 and sook Lace, trimmed, 75c value
UNION- lADE WORK'PANTS, 25 50 cts. values

OVERALLS,AND'SHIRTS cents 19 cents'EXTR'.A 39 cents LAWNS, DIMITY, BASTITE,
TISSUES
AND CREPES, beau-

:feet_ ,Grade.:Work' Pants:::.:.: 93c > ,EXTRA -.. . .' tiful line of patterns, value up
.. '\ -- -- -- EXTRA. to 25c, your choice II II .. ... IUC
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; '.Beet Grade; Overalls ,. ..1. .!- !.",93cUMie SILKS' plain and fancy pat. Ladies' HOSE in plain and MEN'S HOLE-PROOF
. 'terns CREPES in Floral HOS-
worth up to 50c designs, 35c
fancy
4 colors
the 19e
'- best 50c IERY: all colors, extra special
quality, values,
, San Work Shirts ......t.- 45c 19 cents
<> _. 15 Flaxons, in
:' 25 cents cents I plain and fancy
: white checks, stripes and
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._ CREAM;, '-SERGE,for _Wash ures, 3>c. value . .. .. .. .. . 17 C .
:Skirts;,teaks Mke.wool; 30 inches.*
s .....,.25C.-,. ality L raC EXTRA: ,
,-' .- -' LACES, Big lot of Val and
Torchon, in edges and insertions
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;TOWEL BARGAIN, Heavy 12 l-2c and 15c. values... .. . 3 C
.fcenae*. hack,:size .18x36, reg- >', LAWNS IN PLAIN WHITE and COLORS
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nfer15. _; quality: r. / ,
India Linon, ,Pajama. Checks and RIBBONSin plain and fancy, .25c
' v a value up to 50c., jour choice .
:DRESS GINGHAMS, in platerf good staple Gingham lOc.
,caters, :checks' :stripes :and and 121.2c.
1 "plaids,. 10'cent:quality;...... ,7,=,aCa. I values, this sale . v AL MEN'S TAN and GUN MET2
: I OXFORDS, $4.00 .89

UMBRELLAS,::for Indies and' Men, '' PERCALES, foil,:yard wide,. .
...... .... ...... 98c splendid, 8,1.2c ioo
r ;$,UO. rakePAKASOLS .f.. -.1.': . designs, regular'12c} ;quality../.? SECONU FLOOR .CLEARANCE SALE PRICES \ y

v in 'white' and fancy,, QCr LONSDALE and all the best brands 1' ,LADIES'WAISTS, in: Voiles and THIRD FLOOR
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>.Tatewwto$2J, >0..,n:......!..... w' */ ...q qf:ali Bleaching 1-: 11,.yards; full:for..r yard wide,12 =c, \1 1:00. Crepes,. $ .OO and $3.50 value i... 11.98 1 Quartered Golden Oak Buffet, Reg-

? .: : BLEACHING,"fall"'yard wide, LA.DIEs' KIMOXAS, made of nlar Price $65.00, Sale Price....... 53.50
fancy Regu-
and ,
f 'CBILDBEH'SSO x; nfea: JJJ tl silka48c
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value
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" ii''t--r. : ; -- PAJAMA CHECK, full yard wide, SCHOOL DRESSES, .vZfJ.70
"'., :ClgJBEN'S'SOX: . plaiH.tad fay, ,.:,:..JQg Regular 13c quality: '..'... ....... 9c made of Gingham!$L25,$1.50 value 98c 2 Quartered Golden Oak Buffet
j"-t'f.;; ., .....;.!........".... *.p'- EMBROIDERIES" ,, in Edges u., Bands CHILDREN'S:MUSLIN DRAWERS, value .....................:.$27Q'0: .QO

, S*. LAWBff; HOSE, Black, Tan and IQ- and Insertions, values,up. to 15c for 5c. embroidery. trimmed,25&,35c. value 19c 2' GOLDEN OAK BUFFETS, $25 10 QQ
.: 'J j j.Whrtey25e value.._. ......!....... One large lot LADIES' DRESSES at just one- LADIES' -RAINCOATS, 'ruberized, value $ .

I -.; half the Regular Price. Regular $7.50 quality (........... e498 1 GOLDEN OAK BUFFET, $22.500 1 6.98
:MEN'S SLIK SHIRTS value' .$
8 : .' -' SECOND FLOOR CHILDREN'S RAIN CAPES, regular 00 1 GOLDEN OAK BUFFET, $16.000 11

U e$1: .98 LADffiS7 SILK WAISTS, in white $1.50 and and $2.00 quality.. $1. value .......................:.. AfL50 \
j'o: ; : : : .. and pink, with Organdie collar and One lot of Ladies' Trimmed Hats, $ GOLDEN OAK DINING
98c
'. :$&5eY&ke,' .. ../ ......."....'.... ,$2.15 cuffs, great value at, $1.50,_at..... ..worth up to $15, your choice.... $225 CHAIRS J 1.19 1 t

1X < ,. :, : ., .98 $2.00 GOLDEN.OAKDINING
. 'too Yo, yalee .....!. ....".:......."......, $_2 I GROCERY DEPARTMENT CHAIRS 81.49
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:-0' V $3.00 GOLDEN OAK DINING
g'! LADIES' .'HAND' ',BAGS in. plain' 25c .. CHAIRS ...... $2.00
. :b. White. $.LOO falw,..'......-..-....' Flour has gone up in price, but we having purchased Snow Drift LARD, 10 Ib. pail, for... $1.20Snow Closing out our Rugs to make for
room
to J.i" .. a large supply before the advance, en. large Fall and Winter Stock. our
fr .: ri BATH". ,')TOWELS,. the Ererlasting. 29c' able ns to make prices much under the Market Drift LARD, 4 Ib. pail, for.:... 48c 9x12 AX3IINISTER, value $25.50,017
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" Urge sue, 40c qttality.% ... -... Value. 1 Pound Sale ........................... / .
can Royal Baking Powder. 3oCCindrella
INDIAN LINEN, 32: ides. wide, lOc. Senr-Us Brand Flour, Fancy Patent VELVETS, value $25.00, Sale... $14.49
Brand PEAS, _
extra ,
fancy 1 O
F B sheer\iMfecraeA fetish, 15e.. oufityBEDSPREADS 98 poand.Sacks..____________$3.40 20c: value 1O1' 9x12 9 WIRE TAPESTERY, $18-

;:..' J.%ptttenLM. ,_:Urfe:..leuktyq 'sae,..Marseil-.,...,. $1.19" 48 pound Sacks...................$175 Or per dozen...................... $1.54Cindrella 9x12 Sale TAPESTERY...........,...t.value*....$14.00.**:o.o:,$12.98]
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, '7 Brand TOMATOES, 2 Ib. gQ 98-
; 'CBdFFQ5I_ TAFFITA,,-SILK, yard . 24 pound, Sacks;....;:....:........ 90c size, strictly high grade.- Special X/p Sale .
:3 : ,tMeIwk MW'liae ef outers, $1.50, per dozen Rugs of all sizes,sincluded.in this Sale.
'it 4 $L!; Ii ..;.'.!. I.i... '$. li19_ 12'pound Sacks, .......-.:..:.......: 45e. Mont Rose FancySpecial Maine CORN. 1 / All Draperies sold
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i9 .. IM4MHM_'MB'. E : rj has:had its cometand the pres- 'The.president 'ol.an agricultural ; the officials. of Lake Worth that

rf '.,pi.+.!!I .if1 .'i1 .r titanic conflict in Europe_ "is no ex college says ,that every farm should rapidly .causing, men who i,' ; 'J; .,' -. ;. :. :Paul T.,Delavan,'an,"astron, have a name and that all the eggs, own thinking, to vote and sympathizewith

t7..Y Vfatrrirt'at''tfe* postoffkc'tt orl !_has the honor' .of ,having his ; butter and produce ,from it.,should woman suffrage. Is a debauched -\

:.::. j'f' '.ta ,' M_,SeeoniCka, ,.;.Wit Matter.1ATB8..' :attached. to (the free-lance of carry the name when it goes to market man with an uncontrollable appetite
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: lit" # IUIICIIPTIoN. >, h!!.:skies, which will go 'down in.his.T That looks like good sense. A for strong drink better qualified to : S

..:' f! &a.i'Year: :......!. .:' ....,.. ) and' ,,science as the comet of the man in ;Pittsburg has become a mB- decide'l .about having a saloon in Lake : s ,
:;X't ."',Month.!...:, ":,c..t. of 1914. Although when ,Dele-_ lionaire by putting his name on his :. Worth than his wife who is compelledto 4
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.. > Ij 1T..;:. Month.,!.:....!:!:...:!...., :.discovered,his comet from the ob "57 varieties".of products. Of course support herself and family because :
", ... -- (:La Plata,'in the Argenine the farm products should be good if. the husband and father spends : -
3 :W, .kl7. 1'Year.......,:........,... Republic, eight .months bear t the little. he earns at the' saloon? H---
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ago a We have
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,, ..; was no War on the horizon,.and seen butter, for instance, that evi- Should a young sport who never ;
t I : -' TO.' ADYBBTIBS8B} :sign.of great trouble, the traveling dently should be branded "Samson"or t earned an honest dollar in his life

< .. : jody' has been 'steadily growing "Sandow," and'we occasionally buy 1 have'a voice,in saying whether a saloon -

., t i \: .-'.f. "" .ul aD'; and it will, become visible "fresh' eggs" that should :have been 1 shall be opened, and his mother,,

a t t+ .M',..fk.."*f r tkt.*Seftttad* ke tended Mt later hat& "the"naked eye very shortly, reach- branded "Noah" or "Abraham," or who perhaps pays hundreds of dollars
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,, the *gr ...... yvUkattoa. This its_ ,greatest brilliancy in the some pf the'early agriculturists.. taxes. have nothing to say aboutit (

'. \.. ,tarariakk.efcufw. u4 far wills contract. itrfctljr dmti urse o? the present: .* : Away with such justice(?) / ;

'- 'Ji f' : Superstitious people might find Jacksonville workmen found a.skeleton "Plate sin with gold,.

'. j, 6abseribeg\ deiiriaf The Sent :in the beginning of the great under tl e.sidewalk on West Bay And the strong lance of justice hurt-

.,,i ,. 'tinned Hie. date shoold of-expiration notify tin, otherwise office fa to convince. them that wars street. It probably escaped from the i less breaks;

continued at the TejuUr, a sin, and, that its makers :are closet of some of thearistocrats over. Arm it in rags, a pigmy's straw doth
'BtH notice to top k received.TUESDAYAUGUST
'e? : on by God. On,August 19th in Riverside. pierce it.WANTEDTo."
Pius 2L, head of the. Roman .
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'. 25, lic church, died, the. direct 're The Tampa Tribune says'"The'- Tri exchange violin fore .:,

-., L'1c F' of .worriment over the great bune's Year Book.this fall will be th phonograph or Victor. See C. N.

.i1 er. On August 21st there was greatest publication ever printed in Lewis, 406. S. East street, city.
There is .
not much ,fun in 8-25-3t
eclipse of the"sun, total over a Florida:" More and better booklets ft'
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< t i :" 'of.,Russia, :and 'other European is the plan all over Florida. Unless < -
come promptly.: .' Eat all you want.
..' ''' ,- where war, s'r ging. The Orlando can put"out a finer booklet Eat what you want. . --
: 0 of,a great comet might by the than ever before we can not retainour Take a postscript and forget it. ""
Es' Importations of" war news "be construed .as an omen position as the most progressivetown For sale by all druggists.
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When Delevan first saw the 'comet, in central Florida.

the merchant_marine. .December. 17, 193, it was 370,000 .

o from_the Sun, and was not very The editor of the' Tarpon Springs -
The time,has come, to plant '
U ea even ,with the telescope. At Leader is mixed on his history and
: !denand rob the food p it. is about 220,000,000 miles also in his, memory about the old :
:ersof.as.much ': : McCUllOCU'S
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you the sun, and may be seenwith McGuffey's Reader. He quotes an extract YOU
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l' : 0 glasses in the northeast part i from Byron's "Childe Harold .

,.', / Winter .Garden: ; f the sky late at night, and early hi which appears in the old readers under -
the legislature to curtail
4 ., : morning. Scientists have said i tne.title of "The Battle of Water KNOW?
:mayors 'on'the.m 'j Store
rning
the Delevan comet will be visible {
ry) ., loo, and says it is from a poem enti
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War'horior;J ,TJa*learn*
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six
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. ,Miami'Herald that'{the .
. ... | !' It will come nearest.to the earth in occurred two thousands years after IT IS INEVITABLE THAT
AFTER
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not
f,4 a:* T*. more Belshazzar's time.
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-" 1. war. I '147,000,000'miles from the orbit 11"There was a sound of revelry by: SUCH A SUCCESSFUL SALES WE


t 'through By 'the investigating*.time, the 0: ":t : ,.Although'this globe.. the atmosphere inmost,'I And Belgium's night, capital had gathered.' Fruit Jars HAVE JUST RECENTLY RECORDED-

... ities makes of the
photography r\\
.. sky there"
... boosters (they will all be I THAT OF "HAPPY WEEK" WE
c difficult; some excellent re would' hardly apply to the stirring -
:., you'll: : be:;able to read the ,! all kinds
have been obtained in ,several 11 times of the prophet Daniel. The SHOULD HAVE MANY LINES
.through, the .emaciated OF
e. 4fi of the United States by those "Leader" man will have to brush the
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have attempted to take pictures dust from both his Bible and his Mc STAPLE GOODS THAT ARE BROKENIN
'' o the new wanderer of the heavens. j Guffey's reader.
.. The :Kaiser ;is:becoming The tail of Delevan's comet is a I 'c Prese ing [elites ASSORTMENTS.'
coddle. :He has allowed the I
;' r 'to .monopolize the one, and_ ,is''about three de The city commissioners of Lake

} in length. As was predicted byj Worth are asking the "voters" to sign> .
clecjarations of;war for the ye
discoverer,the comet has a ballot printed in the local paper,
i: .days. 20 S. Orange Avenue.
; 'i-- i,'\i: ne"of.the "bright" ones, visible to I I I saying ,whether they wish a licensed
of' 0 naked eye, as, distinguished from I!, saloon in the town and if they do, express I
-,, Belgians have .an. "telescope"comets never: seen by J f ,their preference as to a private :IMIIMIMMtMltltllMMIIIMilltHMIItllltmM : THE TLME FOR DELIVERY .
$ ment..agains good roads
lay observers. The new .or municipally owned joint. But why '
one that OF OUR
weever., heard. f'i It.
't x t,_ now, _is not 'far from the ,con confine the expression of opinion to .*
UM.GerBwms
to
'- "get through l1ati n of Capella, and from Castor. "voters?" Of course, in a way some T. F.. HUmAN
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GOODS
_II ; I 'r., Licensed Plumber and
During the Franco-Prussian
g : war, in the matter than some of th
"The :fearful war now : Jt Sanitary Engineer ,
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: 1 is vividly .recalled by the'war I(ladies, while on the other hand sons B I L /
() :Europe is:proof that we- the Estimates Furnished. Jobbing IS RAPIDLY
raging, comet Temple of the ladies have much more financial i- APPROACHING
t4far.Jio civiliMtion," says, and attracted much I k Promptly Attended to.
-' attentiont interest in the matter than some
:dentbwn,,Herald.. :Of course I AND
1 : a "war comet. Giber's comet was Hof the voters. But the mothers and PHONE 629 WE NEED ALL
Yon, are still .
opposing
.frage. J' one visible when Napoleon met wives and sisters ,have an interest 106 Court-Street THE ROOM POSSIBLE

z'.. ".t-. downfall ;at Waterloo. In the- that goe's down very much deeper .
. o of Japanese-Russia war, than .the pocket book. To some of 0BLANBO, FLORIDA t

Voluntarily. : exiled 'ex. comet came within sight- of them the saloon will mean poverty, 4-il-lm.
President
t nouncea: that Carbajal he wi1 coz'ne of to I earth. hunger, disgrace.-:. bodily suffering and

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We:note that>G. S.> Davis, ;, THE BROKEN LINES OF STAPLE

t ,business, 'manager p( the our business. ; ,
.Daily:.Item.; 'cuno : ;; : AND DOMESTIC COTTONS, LINENS,

... -. i iquirethe"meaning of that PHA.RMACYI DRESS GOODS AND SILKS WILL BE
It! veterinary surgeon 1 .McELROY'S

something, ?.>,-..'.,,U'I. or I :' Give. us'a:TrIaL fcfck delivery la)", PHONE ,20. Trywr Ice Creal PRICED REDICULOUSLY LOW DURING -

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'Gently manufactured'king of. .. ",'. .

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FUTURE WANTS.
'p1a"Home' ,' Sweet'Honie" 4 JfWflRY fOR THE WfDDlNG :.}

parlor; organ, while mother ,
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.i :: For the'bride countless in .Silver Cut
While her new fashioned: .,_" : things ,
'j 'tangoing to:the:tune of-" ve -'. : Glass and Fine China. Rare jewels of every de- .. MANY OF THE GOODS WILL BE SOLD

: in'-It.:: / .,' -scription. :o- : AT ACTUAL COST! .

,,0 '_ :: For Bridesmaids Ladies of Honor Flower '
Gen.: ,J. Clifford.'R.' Foster ". t MANY OF THE GOODS WILL BE SOLD

strong,sentiment.in,Florida, \' Girls, etc.., Bracelets, Brooches, Bar Pins, La Val- ':, BELOW COST!

.T- 'to' a Florida exhibit at. the : Hers, Wristlet Watches, Silver Vanity Cases;.

a .cisco 'exposition, .which only Purses- Card Cases, etc. _,: ". , C"r o

prove that a' man canfind, For the ushers-CuffLinks, Coat Chains, Two ;'
that will suit his
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,twill hunt for- it.' assiduously.The purpo. Pocket Chains, Full Dress Sets;. Gold and :Silver. THE OPPORTUNITY IS YOURS-

.. _.:Pen. Knives Pencils : :\.
,0 ,*$ etc. <. < WILL YOU ACCEPT IT??

Ocala. Star L .3 Let us help with wedding .:: ,"'
: : you your present
:nothing but gold and silver .. -. "
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that'all these < /
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of'peSky/EngliSh enough_ of. them 0 atone..sp, r -4_ DICKSONIVES[ coo


becoming:very.,nuaerous'. /:

,I and if.the'city'ever hopes to_ T.H.Evansthe Jeweler:

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' (; r3f L:Rock',and"daughter;;Miss. Open 2p., m..and 6:30 p. m. "the mayor 'yesterday morning

4 i ; Mga,,:left' >:yesterday-- afternoon 'foe Adaiisaofi 5 cents charged with,cruelty,to animals,'and

: : : berg called there,on'account there being a plain ease against him
1 t i f d ath; (Mf .::Frank:Doerler., bis fine was placed at $50,'which it is
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.' "" ' .. graadeaother of,Miss R ck.: thought will make him a little more i I
Okfc brirf'U t:yesterday.: l' PROGRAM
.i humane in the future.
L ; ; ..Hangoes 'are;,geneftdly. considered Boston hired team from J. B. Ma- ''
,Powers a
,"Stolen Glory. DramaNestor.
,:E.,t A. This k spending:to- ao> ,much'! of;a;.tropical fruit to Braise . "She was Only Working grader's i livery and started out Sunday 1 el II It I N en's"

d7 in"'JacksofiTiile,on business./ irofitably.,in this vicinity, 'but, Mrs.' Girl" ,In two parts. The 'biggest I morning at six o'clock. 'He did

Cj G. Lee sold some very fine:ones in laugh of.the season.
r; iGeo'w"t : not return the team until about four
; rand? and littie' Don't forget that "Quincy Adams
.. _- the ciftyest rda '.
) in four is the Favorite I o'clock Monday morning, at which ..
: son l ft ywterdy,for their no'me Sawyer parts, at . ..
: Wednesday.- This is a- big time the horse was about done for
,M; pt, Attorney C, B.. Robinson returned comedy feature'with a nice love story and showed indications of having
S _, to finish it'up inthe right wa '. : .
: yesterday from two weeks' vacation )
-T..IioURIHAN: ;Licecsed Plamber. a, been driven out of all reason and Give us a chance to show
> ? f/enscwntious, work';affair.' prices. spent,in Tennessee, where Mrs.. Robinson >-' beaten as well. Boston claimed that -
.. ; .ne629E 406 Court SL'> 8-23-tf and the baby will remain few DICKINSONDARBYMr. he had become lost and had kept going you the newest styles in
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-l.' ; weeks longer with relatives. not that had driven watches.
denying he
:JMK' Everett. Smith ;.and. :Mr. G. .R.. C. :--a \Ve will trade
- P. Dickinson, of this city, the horse most of. the twenty-two in your present -
:Lawson,of'Kissunmee* were,business Mrs.:'J.vE.-Turner and children'left and Miss Marie Darby, of Winter hours it was in his possesion. e. watch or movement, allowing -

;transactors here' ;,'r ndaJ:. ,. yesterday :afternoon on the, Tampa Park, were quietly married at .a late you a liberal amount.

Special'.for a visit to relatives and hour yesterday afternoon in Sanford FUNERAL OF L. L. STONE POSTPONED -
. r.A., ;C. jStarbird,'accompanied by If you have ,any idea of
friends Lakeland._, They will also coming to Orlando last night by au .
'h I i wife;and son,,Roy, were.visitorsto visit points; on the West Coast tomobile. The wedding is quite a surprise I. getting a watch we would ap-

>>'Ornndofrem_ Apopka yesterday, ,' to the many friends of the preciate the opportunity of

/l ,-., Mr." John S. Rowland and Master"Buster" young couple, in this' city who while The funeral of Mr. L. L. Stone, who showing you.
.i Mrs. Kirby, Charltonarrived, yesterday died Saturday night as the result of
- Cooper returned Sunday afternoon they suspected it might occur some Our prices will surprise
;; :, from Daytona to visit Mrs. being bitten by a rattlesnake Satur- _
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Walter Bettis. morning has been postponed un- :
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day
. union of hearts.
1p - and, North Carolina. They both report ,
: .. Dickinson til Mrs. Stone, who is visiting in
Mr.
an,exceedingly pleasant time. is one of Orlando's you.Allen&Co
s Mrs. 'J. .F, ,Gordon 'anddaughter, -. (leading young lawyers, a member of South Carolina, can arrive. A mes-

'Miss Emily, returned last evening' Miss Essie Ponder Mrs. J. D. Burden the firm .of Dickinson & Dickinson, sage was sent her soon after the accident

;froma'visitto.; Coronado Beach.. and daughter, Miss ;Minnie and and is agentleman of many admirable but the telegraph company was

: l : Mrs. James Burden composed a pleasant -j I traits of character popular with every unable to deliver it, and it is assumed. Jewelers

'i 'Jdrs.M.0.Dovel.and1chfldrenJleft'yesterday : party' that left last night forDaytona one.with_whom he comes in contact. that she is on the way home. The
r' ; for Franklin; N. C,where will be buried at Maitland
body as
Beach to ofweeks.
spend a couple, The bride is one of Winter Park's
/they'will enjoy'ufein; tie,mountains Mrs. Stone Reliable
"" most attractive and accomplishedyoung soon as arrives. D : RepairingtlMMHIimMHtftMtfttttttlftttM
w ;jfor a while. I I _
ladies and has lots of friendsin
., Mr. and 'Mrs., A. J. Mostella leave ADVERTISING LABOR DAY CELEBRATION
j 'Daw'jot..."u .- P, TTamnttill amp ait/1"' son', M.. Orlando who will nral/tATviA" nv... u VIA-M.. t o
:CL'R.:H mphil1, Jr., left yesterday for this morning for. their old home in this city. She is the adopted daughter AT SEABREEZEVery
Adamsville, Ga They will make the'
Louisville,' Ky., stopping. .en' route at of Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Sheppardand
"Columbia,-,S. C., entire' trip in their Cartercar'and is deservedly poular with the handsome dodgers have been
will be accompanied as far as Gainesville -} about the advertising
city
't '1 young "people of the colllege town, posted ,
'Mr. LeRoy B.,Giles leftSunday: afternoon by Mr. T. M. Coppedge. t[who will unite in wishing her and her Labor Day celebration at Seabreeze D
for,Weaverville, N. C., to join
husband a happy and prosperous,voy- ana Daytona Beach, an event which
Mr Giles,.who is'spending'the, summer Miss;Hope Starbuck leaves tonightfor
> number
: age through life.SERVICES will very likely draw a large
( 'that a short visit to Baltimore and .
at resort "
of people from Orlando. The motorboat bm. IOC..d]
i "* .. Washington making the trip from, .
the
announced
races are on posters -
t Jacksonville bt.b al Her many AT THE LUCERNE
A. .
Messrs. E. Boyce and,AC. Ellison ' '
in the
take at 8:30
to place morning -
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o't-Taft friends here wish for her a, delightful -
spent Monday ins Or-
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;: The to be followed at ten o'clock by a
:lando.. Mr.; Boyce'haa'.just-returned, outing. Baptist congregation bad an big parade. Governor Park Tram-
i exceptional good day Sunday at both 3! t
Jfrcm ,Manchester,, Tenn. pyur. 9'.I
o'clock and
eleven
:( .. Misses Anna Stansel, Pearl Haw- services., Quite a noticeable increasein mell will speak at >>
i ---- : the
Mrs..' R.. kins and Gwendolin Wilson, three attendance, especially at the even- auto and motorcycle races will
,W. Harney will,arrive today the beach at 2:30 The
begin on p. m.
pretty ladies, arrived yester- ing servici.
young
<''fromJacksonville visit, to
on a.
celebration will wind at night with
day from Ja nvilIe'and Dr. Poulson's voice up
are guests carries well in DEATH TO ROACHES
her sisters; Mrs. A.:"R. Bogue .and balls at the Nautilus and Keat- ,
of Mrs. A., R. and her the big
..Miss Shirley'Montague. Bogue' sister large building and makes his mes-

:.oj Miss Shirley Montague at i eir,home sages very impressive. There were ing casinos McCormick's Bee Brand Roach Killer will rid your
on South-West street two additions to the church
"; .Mrs.! ;;W.:T. Walker: : arid 'daughters, Sunday' RETIRES FROM PRACTICEDr. place of roaches
"Misses iAWe "Cornelia and Nannine morning upon profession of faith.
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} Mr. and Mrs. H. E. ,Swaidmark, of There
two hundred
for' ::visit to' their old were and sixteen
? I 1'. ;tome leftjresterday in Columbus a Ga. I Springfield, :Mass., have just arrived: in the Sunday SchoL Some increase G. C. Eollock, who has been a INSECT POWDER

t/: ,' 1' I on,_tbeir wedding ,trip and will make over the previous Sunday although successful practitioner of dentistryin

t- rl r. F. HOURIHAN' ,;Licensed Plumber. I it a )lengthy one in Florida. Mr.Swaidrark the Sunday ,School is holdingan the city for the past thirty-six McCormick's Bee Brand will kill flies, mosquitoes,

,i< Conscientious work at fair prices. is a brother.of Mr A. P.. average attendance of 200 during years,has retired from active practice bed bugs, ants flees, moths,. lice and other insects.

: e, Phone 629;: 106 Court'St 8-23-tf Swaidmark, ,and they will engage inbusiness August having sold,his office and practice to

" ii+ t i '' :. ;' cj. I "T t'Winter Garden.* ; Dr.,C. R. Modie and will enjoy a rest. Potted Plants Cut Flowers Funeral

_'Mr.r and.Mrs. J.. Walker: ;and,lit 1 B. >ZA Snowden, of ,the furniture About November first he and Mrs. ,
BiShop"
't.Ue: daughter,.,Naomi, left yesterday .In .Mann's diary for August! firm of Kincaid & Snowden, has be- Kollock leave for Orlando Florida, Designs, Wedding Decorations.
.-r *for Daytona '.Beach, 'when ,they 'will 12th, received yesterday, he writes of
gun the erection of a pretty residenceon where they have a winter home. His
" spend a couple of:weeks. seeing that day a long line of'Highlanders
i his lot on Lake Eola.OrlandoNote summers will be spent in Washingtonwhere
'J' i ;marching, ,he supposed to
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in Times-Union. he and his brother have an ex-
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';.' ;f H.L' 'Bethel,:\' '; of Tallahassee,,superintendent ... take ship ,for the continent. That Mr. Snowden is a former Ocalan, extensive fruit ranch.-Madison,Wis., I THE SANITARY GROCERY {
; :agencies'of, Our Home censorship is'so strict they know almost
'- ; having made his home in this city for, Democrat.
" 'Lit a nothing.and'only that day did it i
Insurance company,of Jacksonville '
many years, moving away shortly CARUTHERS & GORElimtlllMIIIMMIMMMtltllHimmiltHHMHIl
< -,' ,:,spent:Monday'in"Orlando. ,. appear' that any British troops. hadcrossed after the big freezes He is a brotherof Eat what you want. .
the'channeL
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Mr. Rene Snowden of
;' .Mes lS.Y'Funer:: ,; J. P. HoT.'brookanil' fame, and has host of phosphate Take a postscript and forget' it. '." __ ...... Phone 200
a friends who -
: 'JL.'C1alk Mrs. J.'C. Bass has'returned from For sale by all druggists. -

\ ; Robertson were i i an auto, trip with her son, C. C..Bass, will be pleased to learn that he is l-7-d&w.lyr 6 & 8 E f t----._____
among the Orlandoites fromoutings
'_ returning. of Eissimmmee to Bradentown St. prospering in the city of his adoption. f
,at.the seashore last nightMrs. G anlother -Ocala Star.Orlando Get the news in the Sentinel first
Petersburg Springs '
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.. T. 0.- .Brown- and daughters,'I I points.. They had a very pleasant -

t ''Hisses' "Louise and Juliette; will re--':t Journey oversix, and hundred throughout miles' met the with trip of parties have friends'of received invitations'the contracting from :::::::: h' :i: i :::::i'ii :iii: ll l iiMiiMlM{ :::::::::::: >ll:lill:::lll:::ltlH:::::::::::::::

turn no
:.today from Daytona .Beach,
r ; Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Wallar McChes- !
trouble of
::where: they,have.been* :,enjoying. a de- punctured..any kind. not even a tire ney to attend the marriage of their

..lightfol' outing. daughter Anita to Mr. Frank Drum-

,A\card from'Mr. K W. McAuley, at mond Guernsey, on Thursday, September
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,!.lr'F; N.; Boardman has to
gone GlensJFalls N. Y., invites us to join 3rd at eight o'clock p. m., at
l New York,wherehe, ;will purchase-a": him Amityville
theredeclaring the weather cool Long Island The bride is
large ..fail.andrwinter. stock).of. dry.I in.the mountains and everything fine. well known'in Orlando, having visited

,goods. :and notions.for.his Orange. avenue ::t Much as we would like to see Mr. Mc here, and the groom is one of the
. : store.
Auley' we can't 'go back on Orlando city's most enterprising young business
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as the finest summer resort in the men, a son of Mr. and Mrs. J. L.
E Mr.. /M. G. Porter,:arrived iis the city. country. If it gets 'a little warm Guernsey. They will make their homein

"j yesterday from :the:southern part of here Orlando at 512
shower
.,, ,a refreshing, soon makes East Central ave
#:1 the'state; and,will leave"this morning
the;: down nue.
't. temperature go .to a. point
"}: : ,:,for ,his .home' in"' Orlando-Times=. that'-would'put, many mountain resorts t .

.J. lUnion... .. 'f :to.shame.: Don't overlok the want ads. RECEIVED YESTERDAY
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THIS:r :SALE TO BE CONTINUED .THROUGH FOR SALE : ; > r. ORLANDO

'. Nursery,stock, one, two, three and
MONDAY: JUTO TUESDAY bur year old buds;" Fester Early,
Pineapple, Java, Homosassa, Washington -'
NaveL Address Mrs. M.KahKApopka

,, Pri $1.00 ,,Fla. Phone 2222 3-13-tf; Royal Cement
Ck&Bge Fort Syringe-;Regular ; J Agalile Plaster and Perfection lime

;. Sale Price _::_ : -- 79cSeuudtsa I
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Fount:. Syringe-Regular Price $1.50 FOR SALE-One five passenger

?' Sate Price .. .. . .. .. ....:'. . ." ._" .. . . ; .$1.10 touring car; a big bargain. Will A SfMIIIIMIM MiMCMIIIMMi
A Oxford Ce>isb..Syringe,.2)quts* =Reg. Price $2.50 ; sell 7-30-tf.for $300 cash. Apply this office. .: MIIIIMMttltM

v Sale'Price .". . ,'. . . . . . ". . . . . 2.18. J I Statement of the Condition of the .
Duchess,Foeat._Syringe,'2 qts --Reg. Price$2.50 FOR SALE-Best quality heart pine :

.Sale .Price '. i. . ..:. . :" .. '.*. . . . . . .' 2.10 'f fence posts. See L N. Lewis, 406S. I Orlando Bank & Trust Co.

Tiger?Feast:.,Syringe. guIar'ce.. $1.50, East street. 7-14-lmo I .
SatePrice ._ 1.15 X; ,
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WANTED-To exchange Vose piano, :
At the Close o f Business June 30th,1914.
in good condition, for Victrola and r
ff WHEN DOWN.TOWN,'COME .IN AND SEE US.. ; \ records. Piano may be seen at For- -
mosa. Address P. 0. Box 2. Oakland RESOURCES.

"A : The CITY DRUG STORE J Fla. Loans and Discounts . .. . . . . . . . . . ,- $379,514 36

WANTED-Conple to live on country Over-Drafts . . . . ... . . . . . ... . . . 622 34
., "A good drag,store" place. Call or address, 400 West Stocks and Bonds .6,018 33

v_ t ;11, :E. :'Church" ',StreetOrlando' Florida Central avenue. Real Estate, Furniture and Fixtures . . . . 26,637 37

sz 1; Cash on Hand and Due from Banks . . . . . 291,393 48
L fttifliuiiuuuuuuuinunnntWIRELESS: : : : FOR SALE-A number of good hard
fence and secondhand lumber '
posts_ -
$724,185 88
J. - '- '. for sale. Call on or address, Mrs.
,TIPS Editor Chas.,H. Walton, of the Ti- E. F. Hoskins, Orlando. 8-11-2W LIABILITIES.
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1 tusville_ Advocate' has gone to Bostonon Capital Stock . . . eo .. . . . . . . . . . $100,000 00
j' :How can,a_man;find time to practice his summer vacation, and"the Advocate .
,' > when he is FOR RENT- s Surplus and Undivided Profits . . . . . . . ,39,96135
h what he preaches announces that during his absence
!b the preaching? 'T Re-Discounts . . . . . .s . . . . . . a . . None
busy all. time ; "Mr. Harry Wilson will all
-- pay FOR RENT Bills Payable . . . . . . . . . . . . .". . None
ta That is some:,'demonstration the debts and collect all'moneys due this Fourteen room house; modern, up- Deposits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 582,669 47

Krupps"are, putting on with their office.many ,debts The, Advocate but if Mr.may Wilson not have can to-date Circle;;with partlyJurmshed garden, fruit; on and Lucerne flow Due to Banks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1,55506

,:.goods, "over' in: Europe. work that trick on other'papers near- ers. J. F. Watkins. 730dwtf.

n-. ' ly every:editor in the state will take FOR RENT-Two office spaces in i I $724,185 88
It's funny that* the person'who -'-
'never ,his ,a vacation, as soon as they can secure' our store at No. 9 W. Church street .. Reserve Carried by the Bank . . . . . $291,393
,knows it ,all puts any of -
his services. Come in and we will show you.. Pierce Reserve required by Law . . . . . . . 116,533 89
:Q .knowledge into practice. ; Electric; Co. 3-29-tf ,-:
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Reserve in Excess of Amt. Required by Law $174,859 59
Of .course you have pot' neglected GLORIOUS HAIR MISCELLANEOUS

]. to do today:the'things thatwere. yesterday .. ..;. Deposits on June 30, 1913 . . . . . . $527,758 01.

; put.oft,till.tomorrow." . Girls and women of all ages wantto LOST-Small,solid red,female hound. ', .-*..,. Deposits on June 35, 1914 . . ... . . . . 582,669 49
be beautiful and attractive, but un- Taxed and subject of larceny. Re-

-:- -' Women. are:said. to.be,the, : wine of sightly, thin and lifeless hair destroyshalf ward for return. John :M. Cheney. INCREASE . . . . . . . . . $54,91148
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'., life, but probably even they. would not the beauty'of a pretty face. t !
If hair is
: .,claim;that they',improve with age. color,your is falling, ,out,losing'dull, streaky its natural,.full WANTED-To lease five, acres near The management of the Orlando Bank & Trust Co., endeavors
\ 44- of dandruff, too dry,'or if the scalp Orlando,.either separate or together to persue a progressive but conservative policy, to be liberal in its
,_Somehow'the things;we. ,:would.: ;Jike itches and burns do not be alarmed, with irrigation for onion trucking. treatment and to adhere to the legitimate lines of banking.
>\. to forget 'stick,to.us better than the use' Parisian Sage. Rub it well Address Wm. V. Lear, Orlando. Fla.. Accounts of all who desire the services of a well-equipped and'
into the scalp. It will to 8-22-3t
: jl things we,would like to remember. '. the hair roots, nourish go them right, and safely conducted bank are cordially invited.

stimulate the hair to and
j'', They say there are no marriages,infceaven I. beautiful. It removes grow dandruffff long with NIC Northern i), clean, newly furnished Table rooms, *V tt9? t ** *+.::IIIIIIIllttttttlIIttr:
cooking. board$5
and politics in hades. What one application,
( no stops itching scalp, and week. Don't forget the t
$6
per
< falling hair and makes the head feel
; i do'men1:do in .these places for a living Magnolia, 401 Boone street.' Mrs. t

hO ? fine.Parisian. Sage supplies the hair. Marie Lewis, Proprietor. 8-18-1-w MiMMmMimncmmsmtMHtMMtutiMMiiMtHcimtmi " ,
with what is needed to make it soft,
:It ;'An eichange:says'that ultra violet fluffy, thick and gloriously radiantIt FOR SALE-Second hand sewing
; :3 H, 'rays can. do:anything from exploding is sold in I fifty cent bottles by machines; drop head Singers, rota-
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.r torpedoes .to .lighting lamps Can McEiroys Pharmacy, and at all drug ry White, rotary Standard, New
t counters. Look for the trade mark Home, and other makes. Will be
they make diaphanous gown so it -"The Girl with the Auburn Hair." sold cheap for cash this month. Call 1I85 D

an't'be.seen through-?: Accept'no other, at Lindsay Singer manager.Office, or phone 321.8-11-tf C. B. Mimrno1hvy.

.If there's anything that disappoint ,NOTICE

& *a !: 1it'j8 to,shake hands with a Of Application for Tax Dud Under Section S ANTED-Sewing of all kinds, children's -
brighflooking: and .be handed of Chapter 4888. Law .f Florida
|* ,person clothes a specialty; prices
&il :a:flipper:with:less life, in. it than inthe Notice is hereby given that H. C. McDan- reasonable. 402 Gunby avenue. And RETURN From Jacksonville
t, id, of Orlando. Florida purchaser of tax certificate 8-22-3t
: tail of, shredded codfish. .
a \
'No. 369 dated the 3rd day of June.Ji.i' ,
1' : ,'";> : 1912, has filed said certificate in my Tickets on Sale August 12th Return Limit August 30th.
has made G. ARNOLD for honest ,
ItNow:that. they,have raised the price and.. .application fort deed TRY F. prices
ip 1I" j e<>*-wt1 1aWSaid certificate and a square deal in real estate.
-. g1else; 'why dog' ,- embraces the following described prop Room 1, upstairs 25 East Pine street i For Illustrated Booklet and Full Information, Address
erty situated in Orange county. Florida to-
1' increase the pro i! vi'munition Ti wit Lot I%. subdivision of southeast Quarterof 8-15-Gt wit,

i H: ;There :never has. been.'a 'time, event 22 south southeast range quarter 29 east.of' section The said 14,land township being H. C. BRETNEY, L & N R. R.
when cove; had insane, Fourths, that assessed at the' date of the issuance of such Who is your painter and decorate? .
certificate in the name of N. S. Park., I If you are satisfied keep the one you
there: was agreater; demand for the Unless said certificate shall be redeemed have; if not, phone W. T' Entrican 134 WEST BAY STREET JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA !
1' 'luxury. according to law, tax deed will issue thereon
Ne. 636. 1-20-tf
on the 25th day of August. A. D. 1914. I
,Witness official and seal this
my signature I = I'IIIIIII
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.Although' ,people arehard, up the 24th day of July A. D. 1914. CII"'II.
many .
(Seal) B. M. ROBINSON. I OPEN ALL NIGHT "II'I'I"'III"IIIII"'IIII"'II"'I""I..tll'I'1.llfICIIIII.III .. . ...
r.i :'and can't their, grocer's bills, the Clerk Circuit Court. Orange County Fla. I The City Drug Store is at your service

," : 'i .needs government_ by; issuing has not.them yet, relieved some, of their the First class Brazing: specialty at I! dependable both ,day courteous.and night. Prompt tf :lllI \\'\" \\ \\ \\\ \ .. ...\ \ ti"t&fi".J71h.flwt\" " \\*********s*;

,'. t i\ emergency currency.mil .- Warman's Repair Shop o Court St
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: tF PAPERHANGING potato slips' at $1.75 per 1,000.
WOOD FOR SALE Cash. Plant
Quick delivery. Apopka
d For 30 days I will furnish and hang
fJ 'the paper:,for any; .ordinary'room' for For the month of August I will Co., Apopka; Fla. 5-24-tf
n $7./ Your choke_of over 100 of: the sell, at my farm, pine at 85 cents per
.; I do painting and strand, and oak at $1.007 also some
; r style hanging papers'at' ,reduced prices,' saw logs cheap. A.,S..Hodges, R. 1, DYNAMITING done in all its branch- Were to
isI 'me'a: postal and I will do the Orlando. 7-30-lm es. Clearing land is our specialty.Let . They '
rest and guarantee to please! you. us do your work. Estimates .
Don't wait for one In tows to
. G. C. SCHULTZ, every
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: cheerfully'given.. L. N.. Lewis, 406S.
have Entrican, the painter, before
8-23-lw, ;Box 385, Orlando
, you try. Am too busy to look you East street 714lmoRead
up. .Phone 636, and I will be on the .
:: tt" Get the news in the.,Sentinel first: Job. 1.20UN the advertisements dally. be Married SoonCame

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-:'\' . 2.00 to us to see what it would cost them to furnish a modern home of

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

.'1 '., I yet the amount oi money which they had available for the furnishing of their

home made expensive peices prohibitive.
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> : :' ,ST. AUGUSTINEand They spent considerable time with us looking through our large stock.

I ; ,, We offered a sew suggestions and gave them some new ideas. They were

S 1 return much, pleased with what they had seen and took memorandums what they

-' IH BUYERS TO SHARE'IN PROFITS thought they should want. %
around other to make that they were doing
stores
After ,looking sure
'J"
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/ 'LOWU'PJU Monday e. 7th the'best possible with; their appropriation. they, came back and placed their order

; J I .: .Effective from August"1, 1914 to August with., us. -
1" 1,1915 and gaaramteed agatest any. reduc-' This is a typical example of hundreds of homemakers \\hem we are

'ti*&.feriag:;"that,tine:'' VIA;" : , ,
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'Touring 'Car' '- $555.00 pleasing.We carry an.extensive stock of serviceable attracth homefurmshings

505.00 grading from the lowest priced which are good, to the very best. Your appropriation -

k ,Runabout. .-' '- Atlantic Cs1 tine for furnishing your home may be anything from $175 toioooor more
AU can filly eqiippelrutkcr
F.:0. 3.;Oriufe.
-you can,make the most ol it with us.
nr we will be able U eltaii UM Mxlaui effideJKj.
la ..,.,factory Jrt4Ht1e.. sad tkt alniaaa cost h wpucbMhc Special train will leave Orlando
.w4 Mlet'toutamti if we-reach- u entptt f
.Wtwwm tb aWtt:fct ea. .
HMM ewt : at 1:21'p. m.
n ... his tft etio we agree .. paJ.II
taeb
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if ,UM boert'Ant:tnn.Jtt'to.W pee ew tea .r skits & Snowden
R vutkttt s sew Kincaid:
{ 'JSTe.Tb.tii eveq'AQUtJ.ItU.retail kty and w Asian 1.1315.l..prkei Tickets good on special'

i' F.r:fwtker.pwtfcilrn,KftrCac ttm ud protUikaitBC train,.only. Limited to, Sep- .

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tJ! P..G.>1USM, For informat.on .'call. ,on '\ fi.raillre' eI Character Popular Prices

; '{' Pfce .e228. Ticket Agent,.o- & '
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: ; :' FULLY EQUIPPED.AM) DELIVERED, $1,285 .'.\',.', < town. '

. : '{: Coftdcascd SpedficaUens .
; x Wheel .base,:112'inches; motor, 31-2x5; four cylinders, cast Rooms with bath $1.00. .

:'", t III 'bloc, unit:,powerr-plant; cone clutch, selective transmission; '- -
't t;; ,.;axlee frofit;'beam; rear,- semi-floating; single..drop'frame; 12- ..,. Special rates for room and board by the

,-',... 'inch brakes, internal and external; springs-rear, three-quarter : .
'" ::, .elliptic;,.front; 'semielliptic; underSlung; .Holley carburetor; 15 :week: '. .
:}t 'gallon gasoline tanks rried at.rear, pressure feed; German sil.'r. '- "- : .

': >..; r- ;,:v r,:V-shaped'radiator;.nickel trimmings. Standard equipment't'
'.:<':. : ;;11-inch',electric headlights, parabolic reflectors, bullet type side
:-' .-r 'taO lamps,eleetric horn,'pump,jack, tools and tire,repair outfit

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: ff- STAND' BY YOUR 'CITY AUSTRIAN CITY EXPECTS BOMBARDMENT WOOD. COAL AND ICE ,1IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII_ ItMMI. iiitiiitiiiifliHiiittiininitiMHiiii
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'; :l.The growth of,a town depends veryml -. { I Yard, phone 566. 9-31-tf (.
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. ,Rome, Italy, Aug.
. 'wlto: make up Its :population. .This nale Dltalia! prints a dispatch from The Robert Hungerford Normal : : TEN 'REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD
1 and School will throw
Industrial ;
. ; eSay s em/so,8elf- evident a truth as Pola, Austria, saying conditions there open I
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its October 1 1914, for its fall
doors ,
J. :mi to aeed:any mention,butwe wish are most grave. The correspondentadds
class term. We hope all students will be '
$call attention to one of people : COOK WITH GAS :
who' work .much\injury*to 'their "The authorities have issued no I present on the first day. The build- I. .: ; ,
'town.1 We refer.,.to,the grumblers who tices asking all inhabitants to make ings are being thoroughly renovated :CII

jyn_down:their own' place (a.busi-, food provision for ninety days. Those and everything being made as com I .
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m-point:and think everyother vfl- unable to do so must leave' within I"fortable as possible. Any informa- '
>'llie 1 has abetter opening.. twenty-four hours. This is due to tion concerning the school may be : 6.
had writing Mrs. R. C. Calhoun, 1. Convenience Speed
.t The men 'who, refuse to stand by expected bombardment by the Anglo- by .
i t' :t }eir.city are few number. ,but their French fleet"ORANGE Eatonville, Florida. 8-8-Sat-tf I
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:jdkhtence a bad one., .If a stranger "- 2. Comfort Efficiency \

,ccmes.:along to .i1eBt".in .some' bus.ads IS THE BANNER Get the news first in the Sentinel

he is told by-these croakers that These may be as good but there are 3. Cleanliness 8. Safety

tifc place.is no good,and if they could no better oranges grown anywherethan .
K fit' away" themselves they would do i in Florida. The best Florida 4. 'Simplicity

. it| .There. !(too'much,competition? ally orange is the best there is, and the ne aeracooORLANDO. : of Heat
and the do not ,think a busi- J ,
T ) best Florida orange is grown in Ma-
...; nfcs man in town' is,' making .any rion, the, blue ribbon having been FLORIDA 5. Accessibility 10. Economy j
.wojiey.;: They* ,',teU.>the newcomer hemmke awarded to it on several occasions.- (Formerly known u PelLdark School)

'!f1 a mistake if he invests and Ocala Banner.KARL ., REOPENS OCTOBER 7 : .
!Ii,;, rise;him,not to.;."Why,"they .

.wtJ say;..cal atateis; ,nomore: valrTiilk BAEDEKER AMONG THE A Regular Boarding and and Special Day School Courses for-Primary.Girl* : -. !t
than it:was five'years ago,'and KILLED Intermediate and Academic Grades- 2. COMFORTA :
' Music-Art-Elocution-Physical Culture
nwiy' place go begging for buyers. Domestic Science-Admirable Situationand
:.F. property.ijabout.worthless. and Surroundings-Climate Healthful GAS RANGE is the greatest producer of REAL COMFORT in the I
tHre:sewQS Uttk hope.for:the future London' Aug. 22.-The Times publishes Los Careful Rata.for. Home. Life-Capable Teachers- modern kitchen. If you cook with GAS all unnecessary work is elimi. I .i*

Wfthis} -city.w 'Suekitalk is enough totfjcourage a report of the that Baedeker Kart'Baedeker guidebooks Roderick P, Cobb Bishop Mann nated and cooking is made a pleasure. There is no wood to bring in,

"" & the...;most.. ;: enthusiastic- inVMtor publisher, has been killed in action. I Rector. President no. ashes to carry out, no dirt and soot to clean up-nothing to do but '.
and drive: m'any.
"turn valve and "
I .a strike a match.
erts dti which havesox :
s irelHrt)ew; &
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: reeenttatiocr this 'class of I I In warm weather especially, the comforts of cooking with a Gas :

ercIakerL.That' .Ba ino'harm 1 and Range are very apparent, because the kitchen is kept "clean, cool, and :
+ BO:draft lie: to see their place .jm..I : comfortable" without the slightest effort.
: bat tfeey: 'cannot see that .
,thmeelyes 'are, the barnacles I No heat is wasted to make the room as hot as the oven.. itself and

.':Wb h-ptohibk anr' ve move- II the fire is turned out the instant the cooking is done.

' .mit. 'Stand,by,your_city'and,sound' : COOK WITH GAS AND BE COMFORTABLE. ,
'I Fra esif you':wild_see.-it grow.. THE MARKET j .
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'SUUB.ADVERTISING, \, ', Of Cleanliness Of Quality ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO. :

.1 stady of,the advertising .
aretui. \ .
<' :ki'the daily. .'papers show that a great FRESH AND SALT MEATS GAS DEPARTMENT

';dell. : .of. costly.:'publicity, work'.is done .. :
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in vj e.s scuaer. The big tlepartmeatdo FISH AND GAME .
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'stores" : not q&itJn, July and )Au- .MAMJJAM.U.M.M.H M.U.UM 11 H.11111111111111111111111111111111111..
the ceadiUefts.
Kept, under beet saaitary" 11'-111'--111"--.111'-1111'---1"-1"-------, IS 111111,111111111 111111111111111
.,: -TMira, leI, may'notbe: quite .Everything screened .away from the files, and kept free I
the levelof. fall. All
|x> ; jBpring.or .
e' the reason; according their aid pore. WE FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES I
..1.-- wfcy : rush foriatk We Invite,iupttttai and guarantee satisfaction. We have
jr,; ttey should .. AND DO ALL KINDS OF

: ify'.argu'that the'pmftable store everything the Meat Line.. OPTICAL REPAIRING $8 C Chailistonarid Return $8

',is.the oae,fhatie'busy: ;'all :the year The PARLOR MARKETH. -
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"1'uId'at'' the same level, .The adver- : j

:tiei# htMi... -keep'- ;their-- "trade nor- M. Self & Co. .: VIA"Clyde
iBal m SQMffiW,is really:more'profit :
able/than the advertising,that brings f
4 PINE STREET Line" .
in :n ore'.bade:'at- a'timewhen' peo-

.pjelare a atwrally'buyicg. ,.freely.Tae : DR. L H. RAMSDELL
''I:" Phone No. 80
.. advertising 'men ;who handle. OPTOMETRIST
this'big.':store work'.aregood guides Saecenor to Dr. 0. P. Lftias) First Class, Meals and Berth Included
f orJhe; mailer mrchants/to: *follow. ORLANDO, FLORIDA -

The;| have"_carefully )analyzed_ ''theVarioua WHERE SHALL I GO TO SCHOOL ? -

: ,tries of;_advertising. ,If This special rate good on any of the Company's
t:they'belieVe it' pays to ,advertise'largely'suiissaer STATE COLLEGE UNIVERSITY FOR SALEAT 22nd October
,::it :will 'pay for FLORIDA. OF FLORIDAG.UNESVILI.B. steamers August to 17th
FORWOMEN, inclusive. S'
,thei colnpetitors'throughout, .. the retail ABARGAIN
triwie., .. ,TALTi'A"AHgliB-, .... -.
[ of Arts and Sciences;Normal School;
,- ,Ira- some of the.' "smaller cities. there' School College of ,Music; School of Expression; Return Limit 10 Days
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.souaV ti'is ;little?.tendency :'foradyertis"ing " School,of Art; Extension Division; Graduate 8 Colleges and Divisions; Liberal Arts:
; :; School: Modern Gymnasium with swimming;i I Law; Engineering; Agriculture; Teachers
to drop in sai men c It is_done on pool; basket ball and tennis courtspnew and College Experiment Station; Extension Division scheduled sail from
to Jacksonville
modern buildings; beautiful campus; dormitories | ; Graduate School Ten new brick band Ships every
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Ae-1 Wry that trade tendsto drop have all modern conveniences; new ings, besides gymnasium, swimming pool) and Three ten acre tracts on and
\ :.attr4t, .\ a time.. Ifis''about as'.sensible.. dining room C and kitchen most hygienic in',many subsidiary. buildings. 61 officers, instructors Tuesday, Thursday Saturday at 2 p. m.-
ladies from 49 counties and assistants. S54
.' Florida: 418 young young men Orlando and Kissimmee road
t.; as if a'farmer.should'iefuse\ 'to'feed and 12 states last esaion. 47 Florida counties and 24 States and ,
"his:'. orse''because 'the.'beast _TUITION FREE in. College and Normal foreign countries last session. only two and one half miles
was aZ ,
School Bond and entrance 'fees for the\ TUITION FREE Board and Entrance Fees
: ;4iUle mOre tired than', ussal. .It :is year,$12100. For catalogue write 113150. per year. Write today for catalogue from the post office Orlando. For reservations and further particulars apply to
: EDWARD CONRADL President. A. A. MURPHREE. President
1 eidp) e'an maffags that the farmer
..:sees i that.he is "in need, of 'the'..best. Will sell one or all. The H. G. WENZEL, Fla. Pass. Agent
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'gain;, I price will double when the

;:If;trade flags,in 'summer, puV,the: :JOHN B.. STETSON UNIVERSITY brick road_ is laid. Other 122 W. Bay St. JACKSONVILLE, FLA. .

tonic ai/ vertising into'it'!. :Merciants t LINCOLN HUUET Ph., D., UtU D., IL D., President small, tracts ,for '
maY--'feara = grove purposes i
drop in" tradein. THE HST SCHOOL :: N :: FOR YOUR CHILDRENSend
= values.
suoasQ;r,.bat-one samises:that ,itisigpi'to7 at buying Also

".be)!H;,than they anticipate.Of them to Stetson. Fall Term Begins Sept. 25. desirable groves and city !I .The Sentinel' is the only progress Sentinel subscribers who contemplate
,and Instructor College of Liberal Arta
40:Professor*
course,-forehanded; peoplewith,. ; '\ ,1T'University'Buudiap College of Law at that ive metropolitan morning paper be- vacations in the mountains or
prices
pitut)' ()_ fiey',stocked 'up_:largely t8.Aere Campo Last Year- College College of of Technology Business property com II tween Jacksonville and Tampa. Sendit elsewhere, may have the Sentinel by
;with* umflwr.goods:some:,time':ago 4Q f1,661,661 Students Ea..waest Preparatory Academy mand attention.. to your riends by mail in Florida mail without ,;any additional expense

,But anygtiople'have ,waited, t .$10,000 21.580Vo1mDea Pint Organ.in Library School School of of Musk Mechanic, Arts and elsewhere. and the address changed as often as

patil IwW.fair.bar8aiaa..Some. ,ofourhielIpieple '::1. Lust Genus Equipment for Science Nom 1 of School Fine Arts, Cooper $ Atha desired. '

: are'mj;, ,;:but many CanaladmiiistraU01I. To read and use Sentinel "want ads. '
Dormitories for young men &Dd'JOUDK
'ia: %and iis- r $Separate_ Chtistisn and not sectarian 114 South fence.AT&, Gaud Flow KEEP AHEAD
. aw abets vieiaity ( i and thorough supervision. teaching. You get full value for your money,
"For catalog or views information,or for room: reservation address Of neighbor by reading the
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;"_" ,'' JpHN' ; FLORIDA every getting

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Bodies Formed Mounds
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x i: : :';:--i,. RECEIPTED. : Poured Deadly Fire Into'
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fighting around Liege, obtained by. it r ; S. eDstFor
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'effo'rt.on :
$. State Bank checks. Without from a Belgian officer: ,

r your partthey are. ,received, receipted ' "German troops rushed on the
= barbed wire defenses before the forts
.reiumed--and.gi\'e you legaIQvidence
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Valuable
<< of payment. rent of electricity was 'being main- your Pap ers*. Jew-
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; This fall the]harvest is : ,
plentiiul
a < ranks of the Germans'were electro crY: Silver etc ;
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and it .will ,be well to ,have every cuted.. ,
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;' payment-you make protected with, "Unchecked, the assaults followed '
in masses but were blinded by the .; ,/ $1.00 PER YEAR AND UP
received
', checks ,rec&ptedand re- glare of a powerful searchlight They .

5 ,turned. hesitated and started to retire. At

: check account here. that moment a heavy fire of rifles and .. ,E: : .:' You cannot afford to leave such
Open:your. artillery was concentrated on the
. valuables at home when $1.00vl11
mass of German troops and they were .

The. ..State Bank of Orlando cut' to pieces. The mass of bodies ) safeguard them for a year. } '.
formed a mound in some places many .

feet"To high.drown out the groans of the l : t" !:

wounded German bugles sounded mar-
tial airs and the troops still alive

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united in cheers. a vti... ,' .. ,t.
: .2:4 "Near one fort two columns of Ger- 1. r ; ( < :
mans, blinded by the glare of,Belgian < ,:
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searchlights, attacked. each other. I .' ',. ...... ', .' ........ ..., . ... .., .. -, ,. . ...... .
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fIi better of the struggle," the Belgian ;: ;
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' . fired officer, into goes'both on sides to say alike; "our,thus artillery making : '..,I..:...-."" ,.. ..:,.., . ." "C. '. .' ',4".," ...' ,D, ,.i.. D.'. t.. :._I \\, I 0.

; Pad :Plancon, The.'World's Greatest the struggle more even." ;ril: : : ; :.: ::\.< .::: .<... <. ." : . .: -- .: :. -:' .:, -:. _ ." '

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r ,Basso... is.Dead, 5: ./ :\Ji: { :(:' ':' :, \ : '.'.: ....;.. ,. ..:. .',. ...., .:<:-'=:. .: :.,<.. .'.,. ::.-.:= )':," ". -::.. ... .
AUSTWA I lETIING UP, ONSERVIANS N ... ,
:' .But..you _can 'still hear him sing the solos

' :from f FAUST that ,have given him a world-wide !
!
;Ft. reputation This, great artist made 20 records [ AMBASSADOR HANDED

.a ; for the Viotor people and ,his rendi-'

l" tion';of: ,the' character or Mephistopheles isacknowledged London, Aug. .-According to the HIS PASSPORTS GRAND

> ,to be almost without, a peer. Times'' Venice correspondent, the following -

} I'You .can. ,always have. .the "world s best music ifJ official notice has been pub -
lished in Vienna: Berlin, via Copenhagen and Lon-
.youAown; ..,a; Vi trola'.. |15.00 to $25Q.00. A
:>:' "On account of the Russian inter- donT: Aug. 24.The rupture of relations -
-r;t f style ,and. price to fit. every purse and con vention in the Servian war Austriais' TODAYThe
,, between Japan and Germanywas
; J i :dition.. ; V forced to gather all its forces for
.
: ... : effected a simple manner.A .
"
; :-- : the principal struggle in the northeast
representative of the German Second Day of the Big Week
:X i. /., .W.. S. .BRANCH,. Consequently the attack on ministry of foreign affairs proceeded
Senria is henceforth looked upon as
; 1 Tte ,Art*. Mk .. Hub Store a punitive expedition and not, as a Sunday morning to the Japanese em-
... bassy and handed the Japanese
':
t'
definite war. The decision thereforehas "
l charge his passports with the verbal "Perils of Pauline
< , MIIIII nun,iiiniiiniiM.il. in iiiinii mi in i ii i been reached to retire from offensive ,
remark that had
Germany no
response -
_t :i : and adopt a waiting attitude,
.
to make to Japan's ultimatum.DR.
t : : making a fresh attack when opportunity Absolutely the greatest serial ever at-
4'' GRAND: VIEW presents itself."
HEMPHILL PLEASED WITH the
tempted. Every one says same thing.
:, :.t'' ..-' .- : ORLANDO'S
Servians Vienna Statement GROWTHDr.
Reply to
it ', ... ':';'.." ... "->.. Nish, Servia, via London, Aug. 24."In .
.- .
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f "
I
:-' ''i: :-H,. : '. order ,to put matters in their Hemphill, who occupied the "The Snakeville Volunteer
y -- proper light," Servia has issued this pulpit at the. Presbyterian church ,

R. ; )a ; Newest.and. most up-to-date3 hotel inCanton. published reply to the at Vienna

: :'{ 'f ., Situated on Academy Heights. the"The enemy Servian in the army engagement captured on from the much progress pleased of Orlando with the since wonderful his visit t all laugh.

;2'; ', : ,Overlooking the .beautiful Pigeon River Drina, spoils which up to the present of two years ago, and that he was '
particularly delighted to see that the
h "H time include the following items: "
: t ; 'Valley. One of het1 nest views .in Western Four thousand five hundred prisoners Presbyterians had adopted a plan fora "The Pie Eaters,
church
new that was both church-
fifty-three guns, eight howitzers *

C t, North- ,Car ina. 114 caissons a medical, three column field with ambulancesand supplies, his like knowledge and worshipful there,was and not that a more from Another comedy, produced by the Lubin |

desirable church plant in the state Company.
-
field
fourteen kitchens, fifteen.ammunition .
'
>>:' dr'\ provision and telegraph wag- of Florida. .

: ons, railroad trains, quantities of

::: :?f. I MRS. J. McFADYEN, ,, etc.equipment, regimental strong boxes, BABEBALL RESULTS ORCHESTRATwo

y ; Federal League _
'
::: ;{,.'t} : .20d&w.., CANTON, ,N.. C. ; ONLY TWENTY-THREE KICKS ON St. Louis-Baltimore; rain. big reels of thrills. Two big
.. .
.. .t. -- ASSESSMENTS Kansas City-Pittsburg; rain.
.' ;'t.1: :..' '. -- .'. ., IMIIIb Indianapolis 7-5, Brooklyn 61. reels of screams.A .
... This morning at ten o'clock.the city National League
- "
, *i) ; r' "MIIIMI-. : . -HMIIIiniiMti council will meet to consider com- Cincinnati 4, Brooklyn 0. program that will please every one.
"

I:t Utll S [[[ [ Winter the plaints year relative 1914.: to.tax The .time assesments for. filing for Pittsburg St. Louis-New 2, Philadelphia York; rain.3.

ar complaints expires when the council Chicago 9, Boston 5. 50' lOcTOMORROW
meets, and only twenty-three had American League
:
1'l:i been filed with City Clerk. Jansen New York 1, Chicago 2.
; : ;iw stiC.e aid! Mest&aelliil Grouts ii Florida
,. Y ...... ., when.his office closed last night. A Washington 1-0,,Detroit '3-11.
: ".c Cam, Acadeny, Mask,'Eipresaoa, Fine'Art, Do- few more may be filed this morning, Boston 7, Cleveland.3.
"g oJ.. eetk aid Wnstrial,Arts, BaaHess, Teacher's Course.tKtien but it is evident that the council will Philadelphia 7-6, St. Louis 13.
:' .;.} .. Twelvebu ldiags-st heat, electric lights, Ire p ro- have much less of an undertakingthan South Atlantic League

< .: ', : ,:'gae gymmawB HO malaria, quarter.Huflioa dol. was to be expected. Savannah 10, Augusta 1.. "

', I : ;iar4e eadowmeat Three;teachers of music, $5,000 organ, Columbus 3, Macon 0. "The Right of Way

<:'; f ,a.4e apiaH< two.Glee.pubs; chores class Sa erb new GERMAN OWNED WIRELESS Albany 6, Jacksonville, 3.
;. : l'8Ht8for ,bttsiBess school fall;banking.eqaipmeHt New MUST SUSPEND
:' 'k ; Charleston 3, Columbia .1.
:: That big Vitagraph special feature also
t.:1, ; :chwcal and laboratories,
f: :4 6 '. m TB derice: ; aaalyas'of,soUs,'fertiMiers;.foods, water. Washington, Aug.24.After'a conference Memphis '6); Mobile 1. the newest picture in the city, showingall
with Daniels
K j Secretary today
course.
; \ Prefaratioa for engineering
.
:
:' Redfield notified ,the German Atlanta:10, Montgomery the latest news including the European
; 'Lakes, boating, swiaiiaiHg, golf, tennis, football. Secretary '
{ 2.
New Orleans 3,
f( -Christina: , but, Hndenonunatioaal;' expenses -Bwderate.Schekrships owned wireless station at Tuck- Chattanooga war.
7-1, Nashville 0-0.
w : It. : availaWe.. For'catalogue address erton, N. J., that it is, operating in Birmingham' '
violation of law. Both games. seven innings by agreement -

.r A WILLIAM :FREINNT' BLACKMAN, The action. was taken, because 'the

Tuckerton station never: has'been, licensed -

A > * ,Phi'D, LL D., President as is required. in .the...radio T..Conscientiouswork'at F.HOURIHAN,,Licensed fair Plumber. For Sale .
prices.
'
.. '. \ . laws. It began operation'last May in 0- 00
>** Phone 629. 106 Court St 8-23-tf
i. ,.- .. 4milMit. IMHIIHIIIHMIMIIIHHIillilliM. -. . the.experim tat stage and,)lately has -, .

y : ,, : t.- been the, only direct::;means',of. communication FOR REPI'f-Five'room: ; house with
.. :.,. < ?_ ..* "SPECIAL. TWO CRAZY' 'NEGROES. :.r KEN between the:'United"States 'J ,five acres of: good,truck, land; fif, Insect Killer Will
._ .';LAIOKDAY.EXCURSIONTO. -- TO CHATTAHOOCHEE and teen :mimrtes :walk; from postoffice. l have, a carload of 'Jersey Milk I
Germany.
r DAYTONA BEACH: .--:. 'The'wireless: .station at Sayville- ,'L.L ; Address"Sumpter.F.- r-Davis, 209 8-25-6t Irvinestreet 1 COYS--for.. sale, and people of the sur- Rid

L s 'If r.s8aa.J< :leavea'Or1&ndo: Sunday, Sep.tember John Bryan and'Wfll':Haynes,.'two is &ensed.andnow'under'censor-. rewdeg (coBfitry are 'invited to, in-
'.; : ':;6th atxthirty a.',m.;' re'vrning of- colored men who have been examined ship. ;J550.PLAYIR: HANdia* $45:Worth poet'theetedc: ;: Your house all insects.

'., .E'f, 'piooongbrs today"eveuinNumbed loaded fco)'ten 'Fare $3.00 and found: insanewere' carried. :tCbattahoochee.1ast'night'to i dty of'lets ffiask,'or:W21 dese-m trade property.;for eqsky A&in .e ,prices, Call lt on or addressLSEWELL Quarts S5c. Gall M SI."

.,"". i" : .trip..Don'tdelay-only; : ten be placed I Capt .J.,H.- -Bryant,, one of e.-oM-.. .dreg Box 7&3, cky. 823t ,
"
;-:go.' See JiortonJones' and se- in,the state 'insane;asylum,.a guard est members of"the, TamparS; d<- : T JAMES_ For sale by
'
..-.t:; 'eue# avtiAtt'V.MORTON'JONES. .. : &. SON.- : fmat, 'the'asylum. .,having arrived. yesterday partmefit,':died,'Wednesday': aftarao, We imarfiit adlean y ameoqr 8D.I J!; 'Wfcter Gar: FFIa.Ikaat .'
0 ....tf, - ." : : ,.. : afternoon for_them,, t. after :a'Aort ;illness:' ::Capt Bryant' OBI Nil riftt at 6"per;seat. ; Carrulhcrs .& Gore
"
.i H' 'f"... -. :-', .. ."" tJ .Was..bWi d Tnuriday.with full honors: Life u n aegteet-tfl'take. a look:at.the.

o.; ... . ...:..,. 4 t.;" R ad'.it:in'the Sentinel firtC, ./ ;by!the 4epaient''foree. . .&at'" ..u... .

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