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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 26, 1914
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Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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: If .d' 1D: ,lt: fFIANCEA AUSTRIA DECLARES

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DECLAEES OFFICIAI :STA.TDIE OF. THE FRENCH i l LEJiLiN roMMNTfMUJF'NAMUR[ ON ORI.ANDOTQ HAVE J IAPANESE AMBASSADOR WAS IMMEDIATELY HANDEDHIS

OCEAERPLAINING' WITHDRAWAL OF" ALL" BESTi PASSPORTS AT VIENNA AND WILL LEAVE
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.!"r a TkXWSFROM.ALACE., ,WHERE MUEL- I Of TELEPHONE[ () SERVI E I FOR ROME AT FIRST OPPORTUNITY

... HAUt4EN.LS. :AGAIN EVACUATED
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J. H..DEAN SAYS WORK OF (GERMAN ALLIANCE COMPELLED

:NEW ;BATTLE RAGING FORTIFIED POSITIONS' 1. IMPROVEMENT WILL

'V ' IN EUROPE #BE PUSHED AUSTRIA TO ACT

.. SEND. : REINFORCEMENTSfor \

t Have Held Out for at After Two Months' ,Absence .
_->"* Least Two Months Is the I United States Has Issued Neutrality Proclamation in the War
:r3a .: leg';A'Qt ;Preparations War With Great From State Mr. Dean Says
Opinion. of one London He Sees Most Building Between Germany and Japa n, and Another ProclamationWill
; :tee. ,,"".4Leavi.,- ;NeifeiBg. ,',Uftdose,.That Will Spare, Lives NewspaperLondon
rl, ' -- -- in FloridaMr. Be Necessary Following Austria's Declar-
;; '), aed Save Skips- .German_Attack Is Repulsed in Four ,
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r I ation of Yesterday
.;':tewiJffleeef of Antwerp-Naval Battle Expected Y' Aug.. 25.Commenting on J. H. Dean returned Monday "-
fall of Namur the London Chron-1 night from Richmond, Kentucky;
.. .t. :Of-...the_ Coast. ;of OFegoa, Within.. a says: I[l where he has been during the past Vienna, Austria, Aug. 25.-(Special..)-Austria today declaredwar

% ,Few. ,Hours "The news today is decidedly bad," .'sixty days, with the statement, "that on Japan. The Japanese minister was immediately handed
k' that if the allies' losses have he wants to to at the
push completion
his and will
passports leave for Rome at the first
opportunity.
'Paris i. .Aug.,,25:;-(Special:)--:The'war. office has issued heavy, "we may yet see before earliest date the very extensive im-
: the Germans march in earnest provements in the telephone exchange The formal declaration of war followed a council of the ministry
formal
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aimquricement: ,
Paris. Namur is a fortress of here," and.that he intends to at which the declaration of
; sparei war by Japan
't >_:"lie commander- .. ;. :thietrequiring"all available.. forces on. strength, which its defenders !] neither money nor care to make it against Germanywas
;Meuse,::has,:ordered,;the;progressive' abandonment of all oc possibly hold several months.:' the best and most up to date possible discussed. It was agreed that under the terms of the alliance

.:' :territory:. :Meulhausen:has:again been evacuated. do not imagine that it was taken i in the telephone line, and to give to with Germany Austria had no other course open to her.

|"ABCW.'battlei8in. ; 'progress between: Maubeuge (depa by a rush. More probably a breach ,Orlando a telephone exchange and

r :O(the:Norde)',and Donon,(department of Doubs), and on it elsewhere in the line of the system that the people of the city UNITED STATES ISSUES NEUTRALITY PROCLAMATION
them the alternative
: imposed on can well be proud of.
f 7 (.ttef te:' France. ., leaving a large force to be invested He quoted the head of one of the Washington, Aug. 25.-( a1.-The neutrality of the
..> '"The operations -Alsace the would take .......
e .along: Rhine Namur or, withdrawing from it I largest operating telephone compa- United States in the war between Germany and Japan
;J tf pfli;upon which might depend victory, 'and,it is ,necessary altogether."The nies, in the central states as saying was proclaimed -
'they' withdraw:from;Alsace<< temporarily in order to blunt fact remains that in a : that if they attempted to give the today by the president, the form following the proclamations

k final'ddiverance.; This;:is a.matter of ,hard necessity really first class battle the French :.same class of service in the South already issued. ,

.the Meuse' ,.as"'. :result' of 'the ,orders .issued. Sunday by the f singular occupying strength a secluded were driven position out. |that they would they do not in be the allowed central to stay states in, Another proclamation will be. made following the official an-

;minder...-. "?in.;'chief'' .";thetroops which. are, to" remain on the" I by the Germans after not more than business six months, that the South nouncement of Austria's war declaration against Japan.

Jine to take up the defensive are'massed,as follows: days' fighting. This speaks,vol- 1 demands and gets the highest class

!;The French and,the[British 1 troops occupy a front passing for the power of the German of telephone service of any part of

:Givetw; y ;i.t r'gained >y'"hard 'fighting. They are jthe I country, with possibly the excep- "ON T 10 PASS" GERMAN BIG BATIlE IN P PROGRESS G [ _
"England and Russia -must, stub-
tion of some of the eastern states.
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Itair adversaries and sharply checking. their attacks. bornly resolve that come what may i f Mr. Dean thinks thta on account ofi
.t"Eaat'of the Meuatfour;troops have regained their:.original France they will never surrender the terrible war now in existence in WA CRY y SINCE EF E f FRIDAY

.tions commanding i:roads ,the great.forest of,Ardennes.T0 Germany, but will stick to her: as practically all of Europe, that there -
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.tfe-rigHt:wee i have,:assumed 'the:offensive,.diifng.back: they tuck ,to Napoleon until they I,f will be forced upon this country the CONCENTRATED ADVANCEON IN PROVINCE OF HAINAUTON

je rif:} f:a'.vigorous(onslaught' but General Joffre :stopped pull her down. As long as we hold greatest era of prosperity it has ever FRENCH CAPITAL IS j SOUTHERN FRONTIEROF
the not ourselves be vi-
sea we can willI
provided our people
experienced
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:ptii'sttitso' as to'rerestablish: his front along the line decided |
PROBABLE PROGRAM j BELGIUM
: tally struck. I seize the opportunity offered. On account I
S- nd.Y'. Commenting on the fall of Namur ; of all the able working classes -

: In,this.attack;our'troops' showed admirable dash. The before the' Germans, the Times saysit {being in the armies, the factories in Assistant Secretary of War Desperate Fighting Has Been

::corps:notably,JI f punishment: ;on the enemy close to is one of these inexplicable events .Europe are about all closed and wet Breckinridge Praises the } Going on and 25,000 Ger

"'Jn :Lorrame. :two":armies have. begun,.a combined attack; which makes war the gamble that it I will have to supply those nations with Germans for Their Attitude I mans Were Surorundedby
is. That Namur should have fallen .manufactured and food- I
their goods
,:startiofif-:from Grand''Co r nne. de, Nancy: 'and the other. to Americans j the French '
. in two days will require a deal of explanation stuffs, and there will be a big demand
,sapthof'Luneville:, i -
the Times ,adds. for all the products of our factories
:frhtl gagement:which t began,Monday-;'t continues at the The Times' military expert says it and farms. Washington, Aug. 25.-A concen- London, Aug. .-A dispatch to

:oI'ning; ;, Thesound; of:cannonading..is:not.heard at N is too early to say that the, line of The only serious obstacles in the tric advance of all the German armies the Express from Ostend says: '
ifciraa-Monday. .j"o"l the :Meuse south of Mezieres must be way now are the opening of the seas l towards Paris is probable, the Semois "A great battle has been in prog-

,. li _= abandoned, but the outlook is not favorable -I to commerce and taking care of 'our river, Longwy: and the greater part ress in the province of Hainaut on
{. of the the
'1" yJAPAN: and, developments of the next cotton crop until it.has been worked j i Belgian-French frontier beingin southern frontier of Belgium
WPREPARINGFOR'THE., : WAR_ WITH : German hands, according to wires since Friday
,7. few.days will be watched with anx- Into cloth, and the government at a evening. French and
,1't DELIBERATION .,. iety. He continues: Washington seems in a fair way to less dispatch to the German embassy British troops have been engaged ir\

Tokio.Augt25.=(Special.-Japan.) is:going about the "There are reports that the townspeople shortly settle these two questions. from its foreign office received today desperate conflicts north of Charleroi

'of.war witli :great deHtxeration.. .. The, . attitude of the navy and even the garrison of Na With a large mercantile marine we I via Sayville, LI. md Fleurus with Germans who
"The German crossed the
the Meuse
facing at
troops
4.wa :;detmeats ,stands put; in striking.-contrast to that of mur were,less well disposed than them can soon attain the commercial French Huy.
defeated them in
'peo lewho n of Liege to offer a strenuous re- .of' the world, ,and by main-I troops battle "Saturday French troops, which
.aU the land premacy
; over, :, areburmng.with; intense "
-- .. sistance and so bring upon their town taming the marine we can easily hold from August 17 to 21, says the mesh spread from Lille, met the German .

and" .\"war-ft- : -... ei', the punishment meted out by Ger- our commercial prestige. sage. "Numerous ensigns, more than right in east Flanders.

'J1he movement against- Chau.is, being planned by'the manS Ito Liege. There is undoubtedlysome .Mr. Dean states he has seen more 150 guns and 10,000 prisoners have "Desperate fighting between outposts -

:dam!with an.idea'of always. Avoiding'needless slight feeling among Belgians building activity and general prog- been captured. took place at Udenarde and Re-

..life-'Dci':the 'riskX-vessels.of war. that they have not been adequately ress in Florida than,any state he has "Luneville has been taken and the Barmy The losses were heavy on both

men :: 'to"hive been : supported by the allies and that,they been in and thinks the people of this of General Joffre, broken up. sides Monday. Twenty-five thousand
k are;;::1eported. .-- seen floating in the ) "The German crown prince's army Germans have been 'surrounded between -
have borne the whole brunt of the state can depend upon a very large
i.
.arouaiT&ng: north not be- has chased the French west of Courtrai and Anseghem, a
.' war in the but we can tourist season, inasmuch as the trou-
1' .The;reported attack .otbis..'fortification':by 'a British lieve that the Belgians did less than, bles in Europe will change the plansof Longwy. town six miles west of Oudenarde.

boat':.desfeow failed,to{receive'confirmation'from the : their duty, and we expect to hear that the many thousands who go there "The army of the Duke of Wuert- Fighting was progressing Sunday at "

,partmeflt'today. they were attacked by overpowering every winter and they will be com- temberg, marching"through Belgium, Peronnes, between Mons and Pinche /

fo> h U' _. numbers. pelled to stay in this country, and of i I has crossed the river Semois, completely and: between Wateghem and Ouden

: _"The possession of Namur was course most of them will come to crushing the advancing arde.: -
.. 1 NAVAL BATTLE EXPECTED OFF OREGON COAST
vital for Germany, and it was a fine Florida. French army. Numerous guns, en- "The Handelsblaad says that since
'Maud, Oregon, .Aug. .25.-(S ci .)Two German i stroke for the Germans to have Mr. Dean invites the public to come signs prisoners and several generals 1 Monday no Germans have been in

ers; DA Nu iberg JmdJhe'piig. the Japanese cruiser' rushed the place under the eyes of to the telephone office on Pine-street were captured. )Brussels. Arrivals from Liege state
and'a the allied armies. We still and of installinga "The German troops advancing I tI that many houses there were burned
: British/ ;warship ve'been"rep ttel: sighted off Cape hope 1 and watch the progress
west of the river Meuse towards Mau1 1 last week. German soldiers have inscribed
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believe that counter'offensive in it will no
,Md battle': : expected f-in.a our telephone exchange, as
( few-hours.
:
I beuge defeated English cavalry on the walls of the 'Wil.
I city
the north is only postponed and not I doubt be interesting as well as edu I an
.r : : abandoned." cational to most people to see just brigade. I liam IL, Emperor of Europe!'" -

..:GERMANS. '- REPULSED IN.- ATTAOt.ON-MAUNE& I how a telephone switchboard is made! "The river Semois, Longwy and the A dispatch to the Daily News from
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1{ ,. ,FR itAN'lwEIW'c AUSTRIANS AT C TrAROlLL' .up; and the.many thousands of wires' greater part of the Belgo-France Paris: says the Germans bombarded
t\
; y frontier are 'in German hands. A I Charleroi between noon and 2 o'clock
,25-Special--An: SURRENDERRome that its make up.
LndoriAug: Antwerp :dispatch to and parts compose
concentric advance of all German ;Saturday. They came into the town
:ter'isTelegram force of Germans ,Italy, via London, Aug. 25.-
company, says a. 2,000., '
TO RED CROSS armies toward Paris is probable. by I way of the left bank of the Sam-
OFFERED
: A dispatch to the Corriere D'Italia LINER
no9ung)bombardedMabnes'- (Mechlin),, 14 miles southe The German foreign office today :bre river. That same evening French
from Antivari, Montenegro, the
,Antwerp. Two. hundred houses were says advised, the embassy that Asisstant troops arrived, but as the Germans
C : ; partly destroyed fortifications.of Cattaro,.the Austrian ..New York; Aug.. 25-The. 'Ham
CSh tower damaged.r .' Secretary ,Breckinridge of the war kept up a fire from the houses in the
= seaport in Dalmatia_on the ,Adriatic, burg-American-Line announced today
'" < '- .. department, who went'on the cruiser lower part of the town the French
T (Belgians made an energetic'counterattack and has and '
:, : been completely destroyed it:was,wiHing-to put its liner Prinz
:: Tennessee to'aid in distributing fundsto Were forced to bombard it and that
'G!ni1Q ,back''as'far'ae' .;the south. The that the.Austrian. commander is'now '
yilverde on
Joachim at the disposal,of"the. RedCress'sticiety Americans, ,"praises the attitude of portion of the place was soon in
b parleying for terms,of surrender 'J; '
aideswere coasiderable t :for:the'acted cog'of the German people toward Americansand flames.On .
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The bombardment of Cattaro was
1 Br{i isli"forces._eBNed.tlhiSbri engagement, acc declared it a.duty to inform the same day the Germans set
oraMTspiooa day-, I
.conducted,by/a.fleet.of,the allies.- optratioB, :s.
1Q offieal statement 'from:Paris;to Reater's;, .-.- f' .t Americans of .the victorious German fire to a whole series of outlying vil-
Germans- !armies andof: :the excellent spirit oft lages destroying Marchiennes, Mon-
meetly about to the
,. wert :renew: (i mDOItffBelPu
N. LEAVE the German: nation..' ceau-Cur-Sambre and Erlues and
. wle,this. -- ,.surprise sortie, by)Belgians AMERICA Will I- '.fAneriean. sympathies ,have been Chaelet.

w fl'n'1ts'' otila"- :'drove" ,"'twr;Germans. i back_ 'beyond" DAYS ,touched the message continues-"by !
"' .. to'. LONDON IN x HE FOUR. Geee ) Russian fami- TO REOPEN FRENCH
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e_ __ Nie ili.Betlin."
eO .kADo'.t.i .T _".), :THE. : _:' ; 'tmarines;: returning. from -

b DJ\ I ;Florida;" Local '...ierad : ;S itaritW,, ,.message.adds, took part Paris,,Aug. 26.-To facilitate commerce
;", Co4.1 Ai ; 'W" ? : wig tiM Awtriass in fighting against
Tlwraday. w tie Batt fi 4 s I .1 e :: in France the waterways in the
two ... .- .-, ''.. ' '
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.: aid ".Il U DIiiDial t ftfce SctfiftM aad."were in the first line

%., =: "i'1.JtW.. :\ltepsi+t ,Mowwy;" LadJee1 in rian :,a mwrntam:'1,000'. meteJdch.dtriy interior are to be reopened. It'is understood '

:\>,1." II8iIc oat ., ""- La6Jw tonal,,:Aiwfey's, Strand. . ,.Drifia.ereriok ., ,however, that military
t ... .ia Of. hodp'e, -d r4 for t movements, will be given preference ,

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r'J PIXJtTOACOIOIBRaALSClOOiSAND A 'y, ;::A. -reeetetioh_ ::autiwriiing: .-the'!sale. ..i .., of;: :. ', .M.I- IIIIII 1111". II. .,........,II.......... III t. II .II II...1

'! I'I :BU- $ NESS-;,COLLEGES- -* i j$66,000. .worth' ;ci_.:special: 'revenue'I: I
<": fLOIID4'1 : bends hat been, made in Miami. The )

.f: t .. .' .r'", (J.',''T A...... ,repert, ',recently2,issoeii by' ? tke bonds:.were.'sold; to 'local 'banks. F .
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.,.. ,... 18F, rJ, .boreau .of-:educationshows
9..ftetM' H. 'lw..L. .. ; r W. M. SLEMONS
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'," .", ).. br'alwieg and:w.m.'that: 'time" u are"three.commeraal* .. j "Cupid at, College/ a three-adi. ,

lurf,:. them art en oH upon:the ice,kschools"and business. colleges in. 'Flor.. ;{musical; comedy; was given in ort
J, 'to, ',reWt: t.has: : jMeade last riday night The net'pra-
----t ; .tteontiBf'.,, ; 'a '- ;:ida., The 1913' enrollment:was:1,048 eeeds went towards the 'W oman':
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t Uea" iwwi(by he UaHed States'cSitL: papfls. It, is estimated ;that :mote, ,
f Cteb.
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L "BBS bureau: ft; t : s'eegaged that h lfthis, number, completed:comp, J -
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;fa 'afneohortlipurswts;,, ,'the\::bulk:'ofeaire -.'mercial; courses:and:a large'numberare '[ It has been fully demonstrated that Sale
_ {1' : I farm-' operators: and farmlaboir j1i now employed in Florida business Money Raising
: ': i : "1 I, the_ Everglades. can. produce,'just as
; ; ,Theisrss';; operators.num: -: insiaations.Inthe I fine fruit as Californi California
-::ffi,188 and X619,'are ;men and i ?ntire 'nation there are. 618baaness i figs ,and grapes are now being grown
1 U.''areom., ..Thereare;; 78,784Uborersxin : colleges and :commercial there in abundance; also a fine crop
: h\far :the state,aDd 56,237 j schools';and they accommodate 160- 'of cane.
|11m| milea:and F'22,61T=female.: 'j'jI i iJ [557(students annually. This is,an average i sugar

: !The arejlW. : dairy;fanners' ,in'the 1 I'I .annual. attendance,260 pupils The Sanford Herald says that,,the August 18th to August 28th.

U.te, .." :: and- ;'they.. >employ. J ;243; ";,laborers" per:schoolSPONGE I ommittee.on, Finance, appointed at .. ,, :
(:Of 1
237 -
? 'sad,4 foremen: .Thereare'also II the. last meeing by President Lake
_::: '."-.:persons. .!_ (' the.state;,whose 'principal': .FARM A''SUCCESSA I I and composed of A. K.. Powers, .
tsourcei of. income is'from stock raisin -: ';.. .
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George G. Herring and F. P. Rines, .
L. ;They number of.:cowboys, .. and submarine-farmis1ii: existence,.I
: is working time the :
matter
:: 'rf sheep' herders'in this state is:109. conducted by the Unitde'States,government , of collecting over dues and on are meeting Come and See What You Can Save.
,United States .
i ,there '
'j ,In the,.entire for-the purpose.of'discovering I with success.A .
trare 71,880,276;, ;:persons pver10vyearsIfo the, most .profitable manner. of I I
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>. .age and 38467,336: or 53'per'cent.]{t growing sponges. The farm ,is ,at and I '

,Jof*;. 'this' uainaber,.areengaged.in'gainful ,_ . -..:{Biscayne, Bay, Fla._ An. acre of,.most; Chicagoan loyal friends, one says, Sarasota's that a rich W. M. SLEMONS
:; occupations.- Jf.the gainfully oc- sponges was. planted. at an. expense i I opportunity awaits the_farmers of the
|ipie412,659,208; $,:w,_38 percent:, are.0,113. In'four-years the acre was: Sarasota Bay district .He that
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_I z eafaged;:; in ;agriculture.There. are:harvested and the returns. amounted 1[ soil says ORANGE AVENUE
: the conditions are favorable for
i::6366OOQ. farm';operators', in; the- na:', to"''$ 6s. I II' .
the of ,broom and
raising that
,.. |r!!tien. and.'they.i_, -employ,.75,000. .lab>rsers. -- I the farmers of that section corn raising "1111I'" I.. ..... t.

'.. ." I' Battle Creek;.Mich., Aug. 24.-A [this crop would find it the best paying --
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: ; sauntered into restaurant and
man a
{ H}THE ;FLORIDA_ ,.POTATO PATCH ]f ordered; small steak..When.be j 1[ crop ,that could be grown in that Up to date painting'papering, etc., '1IIIIIIIIIIISIIII"IIIIIII'lllllltllllll II"IIIIII.

'... -I;], ,___.' ''I 1 I I 'arose from the table he section. is the kind you want. Where to getit .

.. :; I The Florid;'Irish potato"patch'con- noticed that tooth lay on the plate. i'I' A 12-foot alligator which weighed ? 'That's easy, phone 636. W. T. We Will Put the Reins
paint 13,000.:acres this;year and the .In"great.warmth"he.approached the Entrican. 1-20-tf .
200 ,pounds caught in ham
was a
|fstelwif.: be.. .approiimatetijr -r attendant in the "chop.house". and,expressed mock Pablo Beach. .
near
>1440,000, bushels,'.according to estimates himself on 'the subject offinding ] Cats are safe in Tampa, the city If you want your bicycle! fixed in o! Success inYourHands
/"' made- f by the'United StatesI'crop teeth.in..food. council in that town having killed a,hurry take it to Warman's Repair
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reporting board. The.condition After. he had discoursed for five Shop. 12-5-tf.
I I the license them .
proposition to at
$1
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the is 85 of normal I
sof trop percent minutes lie; caught a. glimpse ,of his -- ---
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lfand' the.'price J .at' the :present time snarling mouth in a mirror and he year I fiMMItlHMIIIMMMMMHOTEL .

-k r.s averaging r "around $ :23 per'bushel. found 'that one of his own 'pearly Reports from Suwannee county How? By furnishing. 'you witha ; :

1P'q fare" ,In.3,708,000'coatinentai, ':_ere United' ''.planted:States,to there this molars apology was'the toothless missing. one After hurried a.scant on the that largest the hay in and the cotton history crops, of that say are THE.[ NEW[ GRAND perfect Fertilizer. Let our representative ; ;

;Wodact'aDr thisyear's: .production. is his
seated;"at',36t1,614,000' *bushels- . byIth way.: county and that the corn crop is fair- call on you. He will give you a : ;

!-fedeeralYdepartnaest' of agriculture NEWS FROM ALL PARTS OF ly good. formula that will make and mature : :
i rhis)"year's crop:will:exceed the,av'Jerage ,
; : :FLORIDA
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A negro who has been twice given
:crop of;te,"past..five,years. byfpprotely six your fruit
months' from
i sentences Plant
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| ::4, 00,000( bushels. The3en'e The Eastern. Star' met in Sanford i
City, made a unique affidavit in Tampa Absolutely First ClassRooms
: production .last. year :wasloao few t
a" nights ago and 'as usual it the other day The affidavit substance -
f !freshets,,.was produced on proved a' very pleasant and interesting i follows
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"I, Luke ,
: Fleming with bath hot
f 3,668,000',805,0902,' acres; or:of aAF)land_average,and" sold!of':for,9QJ I meeting:, i solemnly swear and affirm that if and cold water. I r rtili Co.
1- . ; i I am ever again caught by an officerin T S nt rn 11
k.ots per buebeL. round.
,.>(, ' . :Thegrowers, of citrus fruits in Plant City, that this authorizes Open year
j' Dade county have asked Secretary him to kill me, whether I have committed Summer rates through
!L ,Lie,Oak's,new Wer,plauuis now Houston;;of the Department. of Agri- I any crime or not" Evidently and September. ORLANDO Phones: Office 32, Plant 31 FLORIDAIIII"llillll.'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIClllllllllllllllltt{
1' way, the walls',and roof culture .to :.keepMr.. Grossenbacher, I August
; I Fleming doesn't think much of 'the
l. .'the;,building.:having- been' finishedit I"who is an .expert on citrus fruit dis- justice of the Plant City courts. ORLANDO, FLA.
is in;shape.to,install,the hew eases, retained in:that county until I -
) /.in as ,soon as..it arme& a'remedy has,been discovered for the To be convinced of the producing 7-23-lm Rubber Stamps made to order at "It pays to belong"-to the list of

;'.1'beraacbirieryhas.'.. -' .been. :sipped cure of canker'on citrus fruits. I I power of,Sentinel want ads.-try one. friiimiimmmmiiif Warman's Repair Shop. 12-5-tf. Sentinel want advertisers.
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LADIES" SHIRTS WAISTS, how to get any shirt waist in the store Free. Commencing

I i I:. qf:: tWeedays <*. We will .give! to every 10th buyer of any shirst waist in the store their Monday purchase and last-

F ; i i tterhat_ the price, whether it is a 50c waist or a $5 Waist If you are the 10th one to make eMESSEUNES ; no
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jt l ,:full yd. wide, EXTRA- EXTRA
t a beautiful fine ;of colors tu EXTRA Ladies
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-kJH: -.... .-*'....,.' the....regular.'. .. ... ...$.-,1.\10.... .69c. WOOL DRESS GOODS. Values' ., Beautiful stripes and fancy plaids CREPES and 40 inch in Ladies GOWNS made of Nam- Tan Pumps and, $3.50 White value.Buck Gun...Colonial..Metal.. .. 2. 9cheeefro

up to $1.00 Dolly Varden Voiles, 35 and sock Lace, trimmed,,75c,value I
t UNION-MADE WORK' PANTS, 25 50 cts. values.
cents
OVERALLS. AND SHIRTS, 19 cents 39 cents I TISSUES LAWNS AND, DIMITY CREPES, BASTITE, beautiful -,

ft .Beet Grade' Work ;Patts.;;.... 93c EXTRA line of patterns, value up
: __ EXTRA EXTRA to 25<., your choice .. .. .. .. 1"C JA
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t, :;fit Grade' .-Overalls .... ..,, .,' ,93'c'SILKS. in plain and fancy pat. Ladies' HOSE- in plain and MEN'S
HOLE-PROOF
I ... "1' .,'. _. _- " terns worth up to 50c fancy colors, the best 50c CREPES in Floral designs'IERY 35c all colors, extra HOS.19c
values I ,
i g Uncle,Saa Work Shirts,. ....,. -45c 19 cents qu alit _
; '-. Y'25't s 15 cents Flaxons, in plain and fancy
white
checks
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Fp CREAM: SERGE .for, 'Wash 35c. value ... . .. .. .. 17 l c ,
*.S dit8,1e Cequalitywool, 30iDchesl-2.' r
wide;'25c. /C EXTRA
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LACES, Big lot of Val and
:- ': Torchon, in edges and insertions
c Thei ,- Heavy 12 l-2c. and 15c. values.RIBBONSin .. .. . 3 c
'OWELhuck.sue
'< 18x36, regular LAWNS IN PLAIN WHITE
: ; 1 IS,cent,quality, ...,.;,.: .,. 7, }/z C and COLORS,
India Linon. Pajama Checks and plain and fancy,
a value up to 50c., 25C
your choice .
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DRESS GINGHAMS, ink, good staple Gingham: lOc. and 5c.
colors, checks, stripes and 12 l-2c.

r -plaids. ,10' cent .quality.. . .. ... 7c values, this sale MEN'S TAN and GUN METAL ,
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rf, UMBRELLAS, ::for Ladies and Men, '98c PERCALES, fall yard wide, splendid
UOTatae' ' ..." u designs, regular 12yc quality.... 01-2c SECOND FLOOR CLEARANCE SALE PRICES
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PARASOLS in, white and LONSDALE and all the best brands LADIES'WAISTS, in Voiles and THIRD FLOOR
fancy
. -;;. rabies'up to $150.-. ... .- 85cI5c'" : ...quality of'B.leaehing., 11 yards full for yard.wide 12...}=.c. $1.00 Crepes, $3.00.and $3.50 val.e.... $1.98 1 Quartered Golden Oak Buffet Reg

a iJjREN'S'SOX, plain- and. -fancy' ., BLEACHING. full yard wide, Regular : $1 00 LADIES'line, .$1.00 ghIONASmade........of.....Ik...0-. 48 C ular Price $63.00, Sale Prlte.7.. S3J0
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-- ..' ,,: '. PAJAMA CHECK, full yard wide CHILDREN'S SCHOOL DRESSES', 98c aloe, for ........................ .98
s.ox. plain and.fancy, lOc Regular 15c ,quality.. 9c made of Gingham, ,$L25,$1.50 value 2 Quartered Golden Oak Buffet

.-< .- ,15e., ,"quality'. ,...... , EMBROIDERIES in Edges, Bands CHILD EN'S MUSLIN DRAWERS, value ........................$27.. & 0'CHILDREN'S .00
LADIES', HOSE,. Black, Tan _and and- Insertions;_ralaes- up to- loc'for 5C. embroidery trimmed,25e,35c. value 19c, 2 GOLDEN OAK. BUFFETS, $25 1Q
WWte. ,:25 'talae.- Y.. 19c, ,One;large lot LADIES' DRESSES at just oneLADIES' 'RAINCOATS, ruberized, value .......................... ? ,98

. half. the Regular_ Price. Regular $7.50 quality ......,.... $4.98, 1 GOLDEN OAK BUFFET QQ'
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SECOND CHILDREN'S RAIN CAPES, regular 1 GOLDEN OAK
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. ; $3.00 :valve;........<....... .$1.98' LADIES' 'SILK WAISTS, in white $1.50' .and and $100 quality.. $1'00 value .....................$16.00el 11.49
.. . .." and pink,'with Organdie collar and One lot of Ladies' Trimmed Hats, $1.50 GOLDEN OAK DINING
:,z.. c$3.SO0,?ahe.'.". . "$2.15 ;cuffs, great value at $.L50at.. :'..: 98c .worth up .to $15, your choice... 12*25 CHAIRS ....... .......... Q1.19
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.. : f ;$4.00 .fake. ,.:.:......... $2.98 GROCERY- DEPARTMENT .......'............... "J.49
$3.00 GOLDEN OAK DINING
; ,LADIES' HAND BAGS .:in plain .' CHAIRS ... ... $2:00:
%..- White, :$1.00..'raise.,...,......, 25c.. , ur'has gone up,in price, but we baring pur Snow Drift'LARD, 10 Ib. pail, for..:$1.20 ;
chased a. Urge adrance 'CI'.g out our Rugs to make room for our
.. supply before the en large Fall and Winter Stock.
.;< :BATH': TOWELS- ,. the. .' ;Everlasting '29c able ns'to make prices much under the Market Snow Drift D.Ih..paiI' ; for.... 48c 9x12 AXMINISTER, value _

'load;;large;;'size,'40e quality' .*...: 'Vatae.SerrUs. u ' Sale .... ...... .........$20.50'$17.99
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rf i : : Brand lPooind.aalleyal' Baking.Powder., .. 38C -
- 'INDIAN LINEN32 io&es wide, Flour, Fancy' Patent: ".3:--,
--- ifedreBa. 9x12 VELVETS, value $25.00,-Sale.. 14.49
: sheer lOc Brawl PEAS, extra fancy
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. : -" ....... .' krfe",,Nee.., 'MirseiLCKFFON ... 19, ,:0:1._'. . Or ...
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,TAFFETA ,SILK, yard ';. ; '; tc5M't.: ; ::' k I. 87c
fi,:, e 1's1hs i' ;_of-ctbn, $LSO >' ; . -------.-;:;:_ :: ; : Ru{s of all sizes included in this Sale.
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IIJrMa __ 'whom". they" had_ .r-aet'peraoaallyS i strum; or third reserve body;in which.1 I ExCURSION: I .

sees, a:response' card being.enclosed. h e is liable for military. duty until'he ._. t
...._.*D._. asking" ; that'the amount" ;the recipient' .is fortyfiveyears old. In. ordinary I As will be noted in .our advertis-t I I
; ,-- PUI IiOier,M4&WMT.. subscribe be-indicated columns the
was willing J ing Clyde Line is offering I
times the
.' I .landsturm. is strictly a home (
.. on it' :''Last night manyof.the cards, i a. specially 'attractive rate 'from I YW4
...... .'aii,.. \.t. w o.Ph__ defense, but in .this war the gainerfinally i
had : Jacksonville
returned Mr. H. Reese
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tar as iaaad A. .MCI 'r. h beeo .,J.. to Charleston and re.
;- of the' committee, and in every instance called out the landsturm for I I turn. The rate of' $8 for the roundtrip

."',! lul alim.f.' ...:}IAA.. 7' ". . a .liberal ...donation. to the advert active duty..'After forty-five the Ger includes meals and berth, and s .
t ttir-.......!...:H.-. ... !..... i ing fund\ was pledgwi.. ,In'many man soldier is exempt from mobilization allows a ten-daylimit, making an excellent -
S' fMy ......;.;. :.:...................:.1.H cities '
the size (Orlando it would beimpossible but it is said that
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t ......: .r;; .;. u.-- !.;.U6 many Ger- opportunity; for Floridians to
,: I. lam.;:.R:;.-.. .! .. ......... J0w to raise'money,in.'such a mans past forty-five joined the colors take a short sea voyage at a nom-
manner, the strongest kind'of ' at the beginning of the confla inal.cost in fact
personal great ; as cheap as the
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. t' : ....! .....,:..!;!.. :.Zt1 :solicitation being necessary. Orlando J I gration. same fare could be secured.at a first-
. : .. :is sure to continue to,grow'and I The German army, in normal times,!class hotel for the same length of
; : ." Dr- fT Asa prosper.with such'public.spirited'arid I consists of twenty-six army corps of time., The trip may be made on any
i't.. : progressive: citizenship! which is ,the about 43XXf( men each, as well as independent of the line's steamers touching at 0
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...... iwt be baaiid 1 at tile haefare most, ,of any com cavalry, a total of about the South Carolina city. The sail-
'' ..... .,.... .......Mt.Iater.... t to .. mUrii y. 1,250,000: combatants. Besides this I lag dates announced from Jackson-

w....'.dal...Atbea. .fu N1YaWa::CMtfMt. :..MrtrtMaf''Wide' :applies It'll -o vast array is the landwehr of 600-, yUle are each Tuesday, Thursday and
;u*:wil fc trictlj ft4_to.MHrBram ..GERMAN,MIUTARY'SERVICEAs 000, bringing the total mobile; forceof Saturday- until October 17th inclusive.The .
Germany in peace times up to limit of the return trip allows
.: Arirfa*.'The' Scntfad doom4fcw a 'result of Germany's rigid 1,850,000., In addition there' are, ac those who wish to visit the mountains
*nM ftrttfr tfat office in writin mMM
.fcteortxpkaiioii, otherwise will bt compulsory military service laws,' cording to some computation about or old friends in the state an excellent
aa/eatiaaed:logic.at to-tfa, stop* regular received.laUeriptkm., rate, there';is'not now an able'bodied .manin 1,500,000 men, wholly or partially opportunity: to do so at a nominal
. the city of Berlin, ,according to trained,-to supply the waste of war. cost Mr. H. G. Wenzzel, the popular
' .-;WEDNESDAYAUGUST; tourists .arriving from the German These figures do not include garrison agent in Jacksonville, wilt be pleased
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- CapitaL The mobilization orders of units nor any part of the landsturm. to furnish any information regardingthis
the..Kaiser called outs'every male in Estimates of the total possible Ger- extremely low rate excursion

.. < :The- 1??Tampa, Times'.announces' that Berlin' except those too old, cripples, man hosts, men who will take the schedule to anyone desiring same.
', and boys. These now are doing police field in this greatest of ,all wars,
next Sunday,, it will ,issae
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-' duty and guarding roads and range from 4,000,000 to 5,500,000. Eat 'all you want.
t i I;S aBdaymornmg;: edition. .The bridges.. At all the approaches to the The German peace- establishment last Eat what you want.
Time 'is-one of the most-enterprising city and'around the bridges and pub- year consisted of 36,304 officers, 754- Take a postscript and forget it.
,$aperainthe--state: ;; and the Sundaymorning lic buildings_boys of 12 and 14 years 381 non-commissioned officers and For sale by all druggists.l7d&w.lyrDepartment
'Edition:is necessary to carry of age maybe' seen, wearing uniformsand men, and 157,816 horses.

.. 'prorprto: {its readers the great voltaw& standing! guard with fixed bayonet The German navy is manned by the H' DO
'war news;:that daily"dribbles !. obligatory service of the :
ia ,from;Europe.' Since :this :war began much has population, these men being "

been heard of' Germany's militaryregulations from military duty. In normal McOULLOCH'S sl
The Citizen( ;calls, attention to thekrthconiing and much misinformationhas the navy personnel is about, 73,0 YOU
: eetin?of the Lake Re- been disseminated. Military service men, supplemented by a reserve of
:- gioA.Edkorial'Aasociation.in:in Orlando in Germany is compulsory. Liability -,about 110,000.

& ,October..; 'Preparations for'the en- begins at the age of seventeenand Store KNOW?
**? ;::#Urtaifiment.of,' the' \viSiting' editors ends at the age of forty-five, but WOULD TAG BACHELORS SO LADIES J
S :afeoold be ;started. at; once and they actual service begins at twenty. CAN FIND 'EM
.ffcooll:be worthy':of.. the importance There are no exceptions the rule; <

,'tl.theevent: The Sentinel will gladly no ways to dodge duty except by Peter J. Radford, a resident of Tumblers IT IS INEVITABLE THAT AFTER
r'O : join i in,ttte movement to.arrange' leaving the country. The rigorous Caldwell, N. J., wants .the state to Jelly
P .fittprofram:of;entertainment law" ..applies to all, rich and 'poor, "tag" bachelors with a view to increasing SUCH A SUCCESSFUL SALE AS WE
1$ o aristocrat and laborer. marriages in New Jersey. Fruit Jars
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.+f News Service was again fully'demmnetrated'yeeterday''mornin i the German army is seven years in bills taxing bachelors and many convincing THAT OF "HAPPY 'WEEK"WESHOULD
The the first> ie or active army; two of arguments have been present all kinds
-' Sentinel cerriedthe, news that Namur these in,the ranks and five in the re- ed' why men who escape matrimony HAVE MANY LINES OF
:$ had fallen,.bat morning papers,usingftfcr'tiin. ; serves, .except in the cavalry and should pay a penalty," he said yesterday
,, 5:* j- the International. Service horse artillery, where the periods are "but why not tag them as a STAPLE GOODS THAT ARE BROKENIN
I .wffl not give out this*,most important three. and four years _During this more painless and effective method d
V .Jour.hours !later_::Some: papers carry- 'as belonging to his corps and joinsit "If the bachelors were tagged the
S"..4" liTtteM" .'service of,the; Associated twice in the five (or four) year pe widows could easily find them and .
.:'t Press V are aho.taking the'Internation- riod for six,weeks'of training. Cupid would do the rest The bachelor 20 S. Orage toem. :

,: il seryiee :now;to' .:insure;getting. ..,'the ,After being,'in the first line army, is naturally timid, but under the rlllinilllllMHIIIMttt
1; kteet. ; ews.tI the German soldier passes into the encouraging influence of a merry
',)( E'.? 0 landwehr,*or second line army. He widow he can easily be led. to the TIME FOR DELIVERYOF

:':' ..The ; R riotbet: Indignant. lady caller at three years for cavalry and horse artillerymen "The women have 'tag days' to'promote
ti.-J.'1':" ;tbeSantiiwl: offieeis.! ;of: the .opinionthatt&owBerol in the. first ban of. the most every other"public enter
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:: tj- ''leave. .- .ithitcked- ." oil'- a"paved.street'mmiddie .. A out for training.twice in this period, ? We have in New Jersey approximately Sanitary, Engineer
j. ti '. 'of a 'summer, day foreoytkot'koara ;a each time for eight or fourteen days. 95,000 bachelors and aequal n
.+ ;; {;to::.attend church h, Landwehr cavalry and horse artillery number of widows. Why not Estimates Furnished jobbing RAPIDLY APPROACH.ING .
Attended
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:; ff ,era..inched stoajgree 'with'her','for The soldier then is passed into the PHONE 629 AND WE NEED ALL
'. .} .BotWag ,can ..:be; ;more, cruel. and second ban-of the landwehr, until he The library and municipal advertising t 106 Court Street THE ROOM POSSIBLE
S .thoughtieas., Last: : .Sunday; ;morning, reaches,his .fortieth ,year. There is commission in St. Petersburg has f 1
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>1 ..house.'and ;the other' near At forty the German soldier is not the public library in that city. liMIIIIMIIMIIMIMMMiliMIMIiMMMtttttlltlttlttliMIIIIIIIMIMII

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. :.tlw p "'ve atwaves of heat that'must 1 : Does your Kodak take a good picture? If not we will examine -

.1if\\ ;have;r. : l caused. the:the, lady: animals-who- ,called to suffer.the j ; : ,it and tell you why, All films developed by expert. THE BROKEN LINES OF STAPLE

: '.matter':to;the attention of the Sentinel
10 CENTS ROLL.
AND DOMESTIC COTTONS LINENS
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>a? Ig regretted that he-.fiued ,to call

',.'h! ..1fc. __. t ion/of>the' police 'to. 'the McELROY.'S- r PHARMACY DRESS GOODS AND SILKS WILL BE
'eiUeItyand.;wfll.do. so if the
:' *)t*', :rasgeg'oae, rs again. .Give as a Trial, tytak'ftelivery it Brags. PHONE 20. Try wr Ice Cream. \ PRICED REDICULOUSLY LOW DURING

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gaaiMtion whatever of.the local busi- YOUR IMMEDIATE AND

1r-B668", ate for"any,'purpose;:Jet ,alone JfWflRY fOR THE WfOOINGFor FUTURE WANTS. .
: '.boos"prices., .That:>e might make : : '
e thathey- ,had:hot done so by

i eo. ...akm- ".;consent- .. .and without..' agree, .. the bride, countless things in Silver, Cut
it neat; one grocer: Permitted us to ex-: MANY OF THE GOODS WILL BE SOLD
;> Glass and Fine China. Rare jewels of everyde ,
: .} aaiae;his:invokes for:several" weeks "
,.past: This J: examinatioa, 'dearly, showed : scription.For ; AT ACTUAL COST!

". :ttftt tiiefr-raise ;wag with' the ,whole Bridesmaids. Ladies of Honor, Flower MANY OF THE GOODS WILL BE SOLD
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i sftkr<.arldnot'witlt the '
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tf Fnetieally' all the grocery: necessi- ; : Girls, etc., Bracelets, Brooches, Bar Pins, La Val'Iiers" BELOW COST!

. .bee:;hive gene. op i but in many in- : ..: Wristlet Watches, Silver Vanity Cases,

siwMMe r th 'merchants are doing their I -: Purses, Card Cases, etc. ..; .

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: .. cwto ers. 'eyeatotte,' extent,of.,sacrificing ':, Pocket,Chains, Full Dress Sets, Gold and Silver.: r THE OPPORTUNITY IS YOURS-
a part of their legitimate : '
7 'pre5tii.:",;D a't.'tike. 'oar' word for. I Pen Knives Pencils, etc. ;\ WILL YOU ACCEPT IT??

-'J sUteffleats; bat.p..to grog : ' : #
your Let us help with wedding present -
ecr'aad let him show:you his'invoices : > : ..:> ': you.. . .your ' : .
: problems. ..% \K
f:Wo ;imi: fter:the-war, began, be- : \: : i, %,, (f ,, : ;

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..' for i '.ill "' at-abwrt',two ours.sox SXPBST REPAIRED AND l k_ \.

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,x .. F-A-'Dttfe'. .,of. Teespi, h'WJ.DI ... ., jesti n.iIiNcrattIt" --San Juan THEATRE 1-
TIIII.TU u' 1 r tt.' .- .. The monthly "sit 'round" held by

,p.'. : :; Open 2 p. BL aad 6:30,p. m.t the ladies of the Presbyterian church ,
"L 3' '" ..:Mr.:Walter'Hoagh, of the DuPontmay Adaaflsen 5'centsJ took place,yesterday, and was largely .'

$ rx: Jifclie ,aad a friend.of,Mr.Ju. .' attended by the members; forty being ll' : S Q
: ? \ .;',D.;,Baraes,, thin.: :city;. 'pas ed present. The majority carried,'dainty -

." CqL, ,: ; !!+ : ,_.sgk, ;OrImdo;last.'ltt"riate, . HMIIIiMiMllllllllllliTODATS. handwork to occupy their skillful fin ,
: wu a pII IIj a'" ':visi .g:Or': to',.:St, Petersburg, 'to" ;attend- the' PROGRAM gers' and this, with a lively flow'of ,
dale rte:: ;; shoeta af that; Y. talk caused time to till
: .; Extra,Extra! Six Big Reels ;, pass wiftly
r._ 101 Bison "The Yaqui's Revenge." the signal for dinner was given. "Get It At t fc's"
Un..4ew. returned I LMr," A;' R. Bogue,.Chase, & Company's In two parts. Two long tables, filled with a N ,, .
from'a arowesl k .visk to relative, *i'.. 'right;hand man;.returned.last "Quincy Adams Sawyer In four choice collection of viands, were sur- '
-- ; tight :;from;:a',,business: : "'trip on the reels. rounded by appreciative After
: ; ..Did ever'comt girl guests. ...
a country
you ;
East Coast:w has been
'f. terphf. en'for ..
sing in a country church choir; go to an appropriate "blessing" had been U '..-
A,table .YIIl of Ikwitwe.. (Ywwm gaged, the,past\montlr..installingiBg a':husking.bee;' vote in a town meeting invoked from the Civer'of, All, Good, > '-
find ,year ;nftgM&M< at Cartfe "ftiwrt 'B elt.-i1 c4inery in"'the ,company's, ? what Adams Sawyer did.That's by the, pastor, Dr. Stagg, the delicious .

. O'N a1' '; ;poatefiee.. *,- "' < "packkg- house.....' :Good music furnished picture play by is a1f Prof.>ut. dinner was leisurely and thor- Give us a chance to show

;; '--_--,-.'' Newell's orchestra. oughly enjoyed. The, three hostessesof you the newest styles in .
-PPbilhps:- leftyeaterdayfor,a ,Prof:Nehrling'scaladium garden is Admission ,5 and 10 cents. the day won generous praise ,for O __ watches. '. "
in its dress. If
most
bow s'trip dews_ the :East Coast, now gorgeous their work'in arranging in a most attractive We will in --
',' Youwish'to:see,the:largest collection trade your pres-,
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.: Mr. N. W. Carpenter, of Baltimore, manner the large 'variety of "
of vcaladiums,,in,the'world,.'go out to ent watch or movenprt, allowing .
'- is a. late arrival. at the San Juan. good things provided by themselves, '
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,. T.F.HOURIHAN: ::JeWifll ber: Gotha. and '.feast :your : eyes on_ thetwentyone and the ladies who were present.. you a liberal mount.
CoD eie tioua::work.at.fair prices. hundred named varieties If have idea of
WATER AND LIGHT COMPANY A business meeting of ,the Ladies' you any
'honer#9. :106,Coert St.' v '8-23-tf m.the collection.Mr. I i watch would
: WILL MOVE OFFICES Aid Society convened after dinner getting a we ap-

MessriilL :.T.,:iBatter;= aadJ.. .'.W.; : ., H: F. Douglas- and daughter, and most cheering reports, were rendered O preciate the opportunity of .' .
Ward,\,of Kfcammeme,: :transacted Miss' Ksthrina'Douglas: are spending The Orlando Water and Light company by different circles organizedfor showing you. '
bosfoees,in'Orkado yetrtenfay.; ;:several weeks at .Daytona Beach. has outgrown its present quarters the purpose of raising much need- .Our prices will surprise '
-. ,E,r ':/iAAMrs.E -' In the abstcce, o(he"pastor of 'the and will on October 1st move ed funds. All these reports indicated '
'?M...SeWwfil 'retnra/today Congregational" church of Daytona their;: offices to No. 5 North Orange growing success] and were most grat:

from.'a ,visit of :several weeks .withrlatives last. Sunday Mrs., Douglas supplied avenue, into the building now occupied ifying.As 'you.Allen&Co
)t:Mi:;Pleasaat, Mich.Hr. : the.'pulpit Mrs. Douglas is an or by the Florida Real Estate and usual, hostesses were appointedfor '
..:._. dained minister of the Congregationalchurch. Investment company. Meantime many the next meeting of this popular
]: :nl MrsVR.:'K. Gordon left yesterday alterations will be made in the build- church-social event Thus the last

for' ,Coronado::B acli ,Where ing and it will be prepared for the Tuesday in August passed into the II Jewelers
they will; remain until'September.lst. Genial fat, smiling Joe Dawson reception of the offices by the instal- land of yesterday, crowned with a -.
. t:*/ x :a|,'to f -z-, '- called ,on, the hardware dealers oft lation of partitions and equipment in fadeless garland of social and Chris-

:,The Atlantic Coast Liae. ,pay;'train, I' Sanford yesterday and as usual, enjoyed keeping with the'big,'business that is tian amity. D Reliable Repairing ,
came.in- ycserdey'aind made glad the his stay in the city and all his coming' to the company through the ,

hearts; (jill:Uie:company's employes.. ,,:friends:enjoyed having,him here.' Joe steady growth of the city. HANDSOME CANDY REFRIGERATOR -
n. y Dawson is"the representative.of Burger The ,Florida Real Estate and In-
&' ,Baumgardner,- ot, New York vestment company has not selected -
T, F, HOURIHAN,Licensed F1U bej. yet One of the handsomest pieces of
:Conscientious work'atfair, prices. and while Joe's firm are Germans and a location for their offices, but '
Phone, '629 "106 Court St. 8-23-tf" he is.English,their relations have not their lease on the present office ex- furnture recently acquired by an Or-
'f I- lando mercantile establishment is the I
:' ; been'strained on'account of the little pires within the next thirty days and Dlb.
;-Mi i8?,,Locr :Lee"Walton: returned unpleasantness' in Europe. Sanford another location will be found. candy refrigerator at the DeLaney &
ytstenky from, a: three rao&tte'visit Herald. Abernethy drug store. It is used to

tat ativt..andtifriendsin; Kentucky. ORGAN RECITAL AT METHODIST display Johnston's T-r-i-a-d candies, idltfIIIIIIIIIIJIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII.II.i.
!: '--- A North Orange avenue resident CHURCH FRIDAY' NIGHT and is a neat and convenient contriv- L .O=JI ;

The >Twentieth-.Century club/will declares that whenever the water and --- .ance. The candy is kept cool and at

me t:tbisx aft eon,: with. ,Mrs. ,',R.. L.I light company; the. telephone com- There will be a free organ recital the same time well displayed, whilean ..',
,oh 1 at 3:15: I at the Methodist church Friday ice box at the top, surrounded by
Bunch': avenge,. , pany,:or any-of the plumbers have no even-
o'clocck, ;? H.- '. f' other, urgent job they come up in ing at 7:30 o'clock, to which the public French plate mirrors, is used for oth- 3i yur.J1lh9l..Iwt
; : : his.neighborhood:and pull up a strip is cordially invited. The Methodists er articles that need to be kept in a

Eggs. are',75'ceats'pet.detsin! in, London ' of brick paving, throw a. pile of dirt are justly proud of their new cool place, such as*bottled drinks.

an4 not-very: fresh at that. ''Only I out, of -a hole, put a 'red lantern on five thousand dollar organ and the recital -
BRICK LAYING HAS BEGUN
p..trki4MVcan. 'afford'"beg;nog" ,.at I top'of the pile and go away and leaveit will doubtless draw a large num- DEATH TO ROACHES
th_, '" until the next morning and,then ber of*music lovers. The work of laying brick on ten

, y \_ I come'and. fill it up. But they never An excellent program has been arranged mile of Orlando's streets has already McCormick's Bee Brand Roach Killer will rid your
Mr.:H/.H. Jaekaea, who has:spent get the paving as smooth as it was for the recital and Mr. C. E. begun and will be pushed as rapidlyas 11 place of roaches,

everal:= ,in this *, lookicg in,the:first place. Wade, the organist assisted by Mr. the grade of brick required are received -
around,' yeetenfey home inClyde ,- '.h W. S.. Branch, Jr., organist at the here. A generous supply is -
gbilo:: I In her.,girlhood days :Mrs. W. S.Branch Baptist church, will preside at the now on hand and a short stretch has INSECT POWDERMcCormick.s
ifDir. A was a.schoolmate of'HaydenCarruth new instrument There will be no ad- been laid starting at the city limitson
R. .G" Moore r the.clever,'traveling I ,.the editor of the Woman'sHome mission fee to the recital, ''though 'a Ivanhoe boulevard. The city councilyesterday Bee Brand will kill flies, mosquitoes,

'wpr 6 BUtive' 'oi.Wflflen' ft Toomyesterday Companion.:. Since she has free will offering ,will be taken for afternoon decided to no bed bugs, ants flees, moths,. lice and other insects.

1J ,>., :_ ,' ,. '_._,, .., inF.rjBrl been. in,;New'York .Mr. arruth, has the-organ fund tify ,tne Seaboard and Atlantic CoastLine
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QrIaada':,;1%' ;> ; f ; 1 called ,at "The ,Olive::Branch Club" railways that they would not accept Potted Plants, Cut Flowers, Funeral
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and'he and"lrs. Branch have had avery responsibility for the freight on
:Mrs 14.;. :: left yesterday Decorations.
; m Designs Wedding
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pleasant visit and called back brick until the brick had been tested ,
= where she will
for Daytona 'leach 'and accepted by the city. I
the days when they were youngsters
spend the Wt'sewal'days enjoying, Admiral John T. Branham engagedthe
together in Wabasha,, ctanty, Minn.
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We atthat.eort,' ; another eminent, Ameri- cruiser Alligator in battle yester- FUNERAL OF L. L. STONE .THIS
. n Like'many. .day morning on Lake Lucerne and MORNINGAt I THE SANITARY GROCERY I
Mrs..;'t M.\PeSek"and, :son,:,John can, Mr.;Carrnt1E was born and raised after brief
ona, farm and the greater part of his engagement one of his ten o'clock this morning, at the
wbo"hav. e beeR'8f afiBf.the.past ten
shells reached the of the
days'-- :with relitives and .friends''in. book:.learning :was- acquired, in the magazine residence near Maitland, the funeral CARUTHERS & GORE ,-,--, .
alligator ending the combat The alligator -
: country schools.' services of the late L. L Stone will
Dde,,Cityreturned, tone" yesterday... was a craft about four andonehalf ,
.:: ; be conducted by Rev. J. F. McEin-
"The'wort'ol''nmag the:old--Baptist CARUTHERS ,& GORE IMPROVEMENTS feet in length and a capacity. non and interment will follow in the Phone 200

thurch:;has :fiaafly;.beea 'Seized;and of one small negro ,boy. i Maitland cemetery. :Mrs. Stone anda 6 & 8 E. Pine Street

the work:of ra&ag the aew.1traeture Like the Belgians, Caruthers & brother of Mr. Stone have arrived

has, &g& 'by. .'makifig, ." the'..excrete. Gore, the progressive Pine street'grocery DAWSON WANTS CENTRAL AVE for the funeral. illtMIIIIMMHiMtHIMiminimMlimillMHllRECEIVED
; NUE PAVED ,FULL WIDTHI
foundation. +.s. firm are advancing backward.
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;Mr., J. IA Deice.#--the---.A,-popular.propri The rear'big is-about, addition completed:to:the.and store the in stock,the ,I am am in in Jacksonville. Orlando-, about and I as do muchas not 1:1:1:11:11:1:11:1:1:11"1"1"1":: ::::: :: : : : : : : : " " '::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::

etor'.of.jtbe;:City" .Drag* know streets in Jacksonville
,principal -
moved ,from:: hk:'oM 'h me/, East .,the' new'part"while the old build- any
proper'that
are only 24 feet
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Sooth'street; .aad ia;now t<
., more attractive and sanitary. Enough .
h' Ville and other suburban places. But
l;! : been to indicate
has already accomplished -
Mr.. and. -Mrs.. -:Allan''..Cohoon,and- t that when the changes,are all even if the streets of Jacksonvillewere 2F
Master :Allen,' Jr.' ., Wilt go, ,Per toCoroaodaBeaeli complete .this will be one of the most only 24,feet, that is no reason I
: why one of the main thoroughfares,
aad'finish;out tkirtitit storeS.in'the NINETT TIRES
attractive
"t city.
therewith as Central avenue, should be ruined.
Thry.hiie a,cottage,over
K.ri and Mrs. Robert Cohoon. DRESSMAKINGRooms Jacksonville has -other .things-such 1
$.. '. '3. and '4 'over Hammond & as beer saloons, also moving picture
\wl4ttjyw: ; ':want Buncl1's,, 'store;.' Church' street Will shows opened on Sunday. 'How aboutit
'Bat! aU want close ,every 'week on Friday aF 6 ?
yo ;
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o'clock'm Saturday
Take,a postecriptind.forget it 6 p. m. Perfeet'satisfaction; reopen: at mod- JOE DAWSON.Get .
:'For-sale.by:all'druggists., : . erate prices. ,Mrs.: A. S. Hodges.
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j 0 "et7.d&w4yry 18-26.61 the news in.the Sentinel first. YESTERDAY
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Beak' for this cohimn. 25 e for one cia*
lOe for three days or 11.00 for
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inurtkma win be made on credit

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HOURIHAN Licensed Plumber. ORLANDO
';; .. :MONDAY TUESDAY Conscientious work at fair prices.
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., ::,tCJla el ge Foaflt. ,Syringe Regular Price $1.00 WANTED-Couple to live on country
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place. or address 400 West
Royal Cement
I' 1 .Stic Price'..____'...-__.;_____-.____..._--_-. ... 79c Central avenue Agatite Plaster and Perfection Limes
,SeamJess' : Fmfflt Syringe-Regular Price $1.50 if

{ '; 1t. ,:jSafe Price .. . ....i.i.-. . . .> .. $1.10. FOR SALE A ''ifMiniiiiiirTTiiiiiiiitttHltUHMMMIIH
number of hard
..' -1 : .Oxford- ,. Comb. Syringe. -2 'quts-Reg. Price. $2.50 fence'posts and second hand good lumber

,. v. 'Sale<" ,.- : Dachees' Fomt Syringe, 2 qtsReg.; Price $2.50 E. F..Hoskins;Orlando. 8-11-2W Statement of the Condition of the

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:...: Sale :Price. :______-.________----------. --_: 1.15 a ,

: FOR RENT Orlando, Fla,

S Y a: WHEN'DOWN TOWN, COME IN AND,SEE'us.. to-date Fourteen partly,room furnished house; ;modern on Lucerne, up- ; r At the Close of Business June 30th,1914. !

Circle; with garden, fruit and flow : .

8 The CITY DRUG STORE"A ers. J. F. Watkins. 7-30-d&w-tf. . :.,' RESOURCES. .'

Loans and Discounts . . . .-. . . . . . . $379,514
good drug store" FOR RENT-Two office spaces in Over-Drafts .. . . . . . . . . . . . :. 622 34
our store at No. 9 W. Church
: x :11: : E.. Church, StreetOrlando' Florida Come in and we will show you. street Pierce -r : . Stocks and Bonds . . . . . . . . . . ... . 26,018 33
Electric\Co. 3-29-tf ":. Real Estate, Furniture and Fixtures . . .. . 26,637 37
- Cash on Hand and Due from Banks .. . . . . 291,393 48
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3 + - - - --- -- - MISCELLANEOUS

:- WIRELESS: ':,REPORT FROM BER-! AUSTRIA HAS -' t $724,185 88
TROUBLE.. IN LOST-Small,solid red,female hound. LIABILITIES. '
tIN. SAYS:GERMANS DEf -- ,BOSNIA Taxed and subject of I
f; FEAT, FRENCH ward for return. John M.larceny.Cheney.Re- Capital Stock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $100,000 ,

Undine, Italy via 8-16-d&w-tf Surplus and Undivided Profits . . . . , . . 39,96135
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Berlin Paris, Aug. 24.- Re-Discounts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . None
;,Aug. 24*-(By wireless fromNaiu4 Reports .received here from, Viennaare WANTED-To lease five acres near Bills Payable . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . None

i; : Germany, to SayviHe, ,L. I.)- to the effect that the Austrians Orlando, either separate or together Deposits . . . . . . . . . . ... . . .... . . . 582,669 47
:Official announcement was made here are about to I with irrigation for onion trucking: Due to Banks . . . . . .
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.. today that the German abandon their operations I Address Wm.' V. Lear, Orlando, Fla . . . . . . . 1,55506
army commanded
: against the 8-22-3t
Servians
;; by:'Grand Duke Albrecht of on the Drina r ,
:,Wurtemberg' has defeated a French_ river in order to concentrate 'theirforces $724,185 88
NICE clean
furnished
newly
_, f :;army at.-Ne iebateau. against the Russian advance. Northern cooking. Table board rooms$5, Reserve Carried by the Bank . . . ;... . $291,393

(captured many guns,' flags and The .difficulties of. the campaign and $6 per week. Don't forget the .Reserve required by Law . . . . . ... 116,533 89 ,
:.prisoners,.including several genera against Servia have been redoubled Magnolia, 401 Boone street. ?Irs. :
'German armies under.Rupprecht, by the troubles in Bosnia.IGHTNING Marie Lewis, Proprietor. 8-18-1-w Reserve in Excess of Amt. Required by Law $174,859 59

t .Crown ;Prince Will elm' and Grand Deposits on June 3Q. 1913 . . .
i! L FOR SALE-Second hand sewing . . . . $527,758 01
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; .Duke.' Albrecht: are vigorously. "pursu-- KILLS MAN. WALKING machines; drop head Singers, rotary Deposits on June 30,1914 . . . . . . . .1 582,669 49 ;
teFrelic) ,h WITH SISTERS, WHO White, rotary Standard, New Q,

":" 1, The', army under Rupprecht cap ARE ,UNHURT sold Home cheap, and for other cash makes.this month.Will Call be "' INCREASE. . . . . . . . . . $54,91148 ,
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: turgid 150 guns Luneville
Blamonand
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at Singer Office, or phone 321. C. B.
,.0 ) : Cirey (i il.the'French,departmen t Atlanta, Aug. 24. A bolt of, lieht-: Lindsay, manager. 8-11-tf '." '' The management of the Orlando Bank & Trust Co., endeavors

: ';1 ,of:Meurthe ,and Moselle, ); ; ning killed Charlie A. Wallace while -- to persue.a progressive but conservative,policy, to be liberal in its

,: -''t The army commanded by the crown he was walking'between his two sisters WANTED-Sewing of all kinds,* chil treatment and to adhere to the legitimate lines of banking.
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'prince pursued the;,French beyond j on Crooked Toad, near Atlanta. dren's clothes a specialty; prices Accounts of-all who desire the services of a well-equipped and
. 4 :Longwy.- His, sisters were not injured. Wal- reasonable. 402 Gunby avenue. safely conducted bank are cordially invited.
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-J. The.Germans are.west of the river lace 3-22-3t
"' I was struck on the head, the ;,, tl tt !blouse,:;and, advancing against Mau- I I descending his left side. He was bolt 28 TRY F. G. ARNOLD for honest prices :" : : : : :" ::: : ::::::: : :: ::::: I
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: defeated an Eng :years old. and a square deal in real estate.
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lish brigade ,of cavalry.W .' i Room 1, upstairs 25 East Pine street. c
K t -15-6t wit WANTED-To exchange Vose piano,
GETS, $ 4OOO FOR RESCUE I WHERE SHALL I GO TO
, i FIND. $60,000 GOLD IN CAMP, in good condition, for Victrola and SCHOOL ?
; Who is your painter and decorator: records. Piano may be seen at _For-
Milwaukee, !ug. 24.-Heroic ef- If you are satisfied keep the FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE UNIVERSITY OF
one you mosa. Address P. 0. Box Oakland FLORIDA
Prescott 2. ,
Q ;Ariz., Aug.; 24.-FrpmIk forts by Mrs. C. A. Moody, of No. have; if not, phone W. T. Entrican, Fla. FOR WOMEN
*** Ehrenberg has come a tale of threemysterious 3524 Lisbon avenue, in saving the No. 636. 1-20-tf TALLAHASSEE. GAINESVILLE

strangers_ who came ,by lives of an aged couple who were College of Arts and Sciences;Normal School: -
: .a automobile from'California; fOta'few threatened with death fire OPEN ALL NIGHT School of Music; School of Expression; I
"| days;: years ago, ; Engineering; Agriculture
both Teacher
\\s C deserted,'camp, of La" Paz,and who rewarded when were day and night. Prompt, The Cathedral I ; basket ball and tennis courts;new and I College, Experiment Station; "Extension; Division -
recently she dependable
learnedthat courteous. tf coo modern buildings; beautiful campus; dormitories ; Graduate SchooL Ten new brick buildIng
leff>. ith''.$60,000- found,,under a floor she had been bequeathed $14,000 have all modern conveniences; new' ; besides gymnasium, swimming pool and-
. of 'a'.saloon of'theolden dining room and kitchen most hygienic in many subsidiary buildings.
: days con 61 officers, Instructors
,: young men
u ducted by.. a Portuguese, ,Francisco. Los Angeles, Cal. potato slips at $1.75 per 1,000. (Formerly known u PclLCIark School) and TUITION 12 states FREE last session.in College and Normal i foreign 17 Florida comities and 24 States and
countries last session.
1Habana.. Quick
:Mrs. Moody risked death in the delivery. Cash. Apopka Plant School Board and entrance fees for the'' TUITION FREE, Board and Entrance Feet,
-Of: tHe digging there ,seems, no flames to the CApopka, Fla. 5-24-tf REOPENS OCTOBER 7 year $124.00. For catalogue write i $ti2.bo per year. Write today for catalogue
save i
couple, and also EDWARD CONRADL President. 1 A. A. MURPHEEE. President
doubt, however much attaches to-.the befriended them A Boarding and Day School for Girls..
afterward by
caring ,
t', rumor,of,treasure'found.. There:have DYNAMITING done r.tpar.and Special Course*-Primtry, '---- -- '-"----- -- --'--- --- --, -- '-
"or them during a period of illness. in'all its branches. Intermediate and'Academic Grades- t --
.,, been:'many such, explorations in, the While refusing to divulge the names Clearing land is our specialty I -Domestic Blask-Art-Eloeotion-Phjrrical Culture FOR, RENT Five room house with FOR SALE
Science Admirable
- .pat of.;ruins.of-.the old' 'where Let us do Situationand five acres of good truck land fife I
: camp, of> :her benefactors she admitted that your work. Estimates Surroundings Climate Healthful ; Nursery stock, one, two, three and
million of;dollars, worth of gold dust it cheerfully given. L. Csrefal Home Life-Capable leathers teen minutes walk from postoffice. I'
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x was true that she. had been provided Lewis, 406 Ltw Bates. Address Sumpter F. Davis, 209 Irvine four year old buds; Foster Early,

; 'was,:i> J'handled. about.sixty years ago for in the will. She said the bequest S. East street 7-14-lmo t'It.Y. Roderick P. Cobb, Bi.'hop Mann street. 8-25-6t I Pineapple, Java, Homosassa, Wash
was partly In cash and partly Rector. President ington Navel. Address Mrs. M. Kahle*,
c To 'show' ',.that ,our'falr State the in property. + WOOD, COAL AND ICE Don't overlok the want ads. Apopka, Fla. Phone 2222. 3-lS-tf

"Land of,, Flowers,it'is progess g
Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Hand'sCoal -
rapidly, note.that 2,848,miles'.of roadj.were First class Brazing a specialty at tl'IIIIII' \\m+ fMmtfrM4JME >MiMMMIM lyur. lltllK \KMMHti
Yard
built; in; Florida last year, at Warman's' Repair. Shop o' Court St phone 566. 931tfThe tMtftlt l8Q8lit >flHtMMIiliniHI KMHm! Hf> m' "

; :a",get,of.more_than $1,000,0001. I 12-5-tf. '
Robert
Hungerford'.Normal
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PAPERHANGING' WOOD FOR SALE and Industrial School will throw open .
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.For 30'days.I,will furnish and hang For the :month of August I will its doors, October 1,1914. for its fall
" i .H the.paper; for.:any,ordinary room for sell, at'ray farm, pine'at 85 cents per term. We hope all students will be
::: ::11 $7, Your.-choice, of over 100 of the strand, and oak at$1.00; also some present on the first day. The buildings
,: r1 'latest style papers.', 'I do painting'anc.paper saw'logs'cheap. A. S. Hodges, R. 1,,
hanging :at, reduced priceS Orlando 730lmDont are being: thoroughly renovatedand They Were to
t Drop me':a;postal 'and I will do the everything being made as comfortable -
:'rest and guarantee- to:please.you.. l wait for every one in town to as possible. Any information .
'w G..C. SCHULTZ, :have Entrican the painter, befoyou ro concerning the school
I try. Am too busy to look may be
8-23-lw Box 385
Orlando. you
"" i up.. Phone. $36, and l will be on the had by writing Mrs. R. 'C. Calhoun,, '
f Job. 1-20-tf Eatonville, Florida: 8-8-Sat.-tf ? :
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yet the amount-of money which they had available for the furnishing of their
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; .' 1 AUGUSTINEand homemade expensive peices prohibitive.

i} They spent considerable time With us looking through our large stock.

"" We offered a lew suggestions gave them some new ideas. They were

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::5 BUYERS TU.SHARE. IN PROFITS ,thought they should want.

LOWER-.. '"PRICES ON FORD, CARS After l looking around in other: stores to make sure that they were doing

: Elective loooa Se t 711 the best' with their back and their
:fro* Aagast, 1,1914 t0 August possible appropriation they came placed order -
;1915 agaia&t' 'redwfkriag with .
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'_, ttet_toe: a typical example of hundreds of homemakers whcm we are

<"rguiip_ .Car: -' _.OOb9u VIA pleasing. .
We carry an extensive stock of serviceable, attractive. homefurnishings

Rtu ;.: ,505.00 tlant( Cst tine grading-from i : : the I lowest:priced which .are good, to,the very best. Your appropriation

c.-F, : O.B: Orlaiie.lQ 'can'e' f !_ eo? ..for furnishing your hme'may anything from 175 toioooor more

Y 1 1 .' ; 1Ft ..'M'aW 1. .kaIa tM aaslaw.. eiffeia4 % y'ou.c n 'make.the:'most Qt it. .with ,us.
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( ,x '.. ; ,,l Base,,112 .inches;:motor, 31-2x5;;four;:cylinders, cast Rooms with bath '100. :
Y l enNoc;';unit; power plant; cone' clutch, se1ec transmission; "
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; u 'inch.. brakes;' internal. and ext rnal;springS-rear; three- uarter, V ; #"

:: &. 'elliptic;' front; :semi:elliptic, underslung;' ,Holley carburetor; 15 ,': ;week.,. .. \ .

: .1. :gallon'gasoline.tank,:carried at'rear pressure feed;: German 'silver .,'; i1.llll ;<, ;. -: ... . '._ .
: fJ. ,:V-shaped radiator;nickel..trimmings. Standard equipment: ,:-. . : '
:11 mch 'reflectors,-, bullet type Side i
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'. "-tefl: lamps,'electric horn,'pump,jack, tools,and tire repair, outfit

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sea such a naval victory
, ..-' of a Germany'. only victorious +CI1.+,TeaapleFaire@eaairManagerI : land over the British warships, it would r 'x

..' ; ;&eiMtieul: News. .1 i, :In nearly! ,all,great wars naval:victories probably ,win the :war for her and
rank In importance to a Trafalgar or :
S_ j' ,have decided the issue. In bat a Tsashbna.GIRLS'S TEN WHY YOU SHOULD

. .J ,:Aug..:24.,=What)has been tles,deciding,the command of the sea,I ..

_;:on in the North'Sea!; 'That.is the.world's history.has had its turning BODY FOUND; JAPAN- .
,:H>e greatest: mystery- (the war:'the ; '. COOK WITH GAS '
''The'naval battle'of Sala- :
:- 'moet: .
.oiJt:three 'weeks "since',the an-: mis was,fought B..C.,840 and its victory -, .. V .. V
cement was:made_that the,Engliih -' ,for the;Greeks saved the European I San Francisco, pat, Aug. 24.- .
continent from Oriental domination Buried in the 'a mile from her
: fleA had' left:Portffiiouth under I sand : .
, waled -orders' :-to' 'ioeet,;the: German 'undere..p rsiaris. The naval:I former home at Carmel-by-the-Sea, 4 j

:.,The'::impeuarable';veil, of,: the battle, of ,.Actiura, fought B. C. 31, the body of Helena:Wood Smith a j 1. Convenience 6. Speed

..eeoeor;'sitting:!here .in.Loadori- :: .andlgthienemy's overthrew' Anthony and Cleopatraand young artist who disappeared two : r
" ; : news" as weB overthrew as well their plan to.',weeks ago' was found yesterday. : 2. ComfortV 7. Efficiency I

;-.*..his:own;'IJB lifted"for":the bare make Alexandria ? Egypt_ the capital j j i Death had been caused by strangulation :
of the Roman and its 8. Safety ,
.temt1it. Then it dropped' again'aathentic Empire shaping I II 3. Cleanliness -
" destinies instead of Western 1!I George Kodoni, Japanese artist- ;
and:notling' :has.'since. been by Eastern F a
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erd'ot the. men-o'-war$in the North *ideas.. The battle of Actium !![photographer, is under arrest. He'' 9. Perfect Regulation*
:'411a. $e ,outride- or1d;can not'pierce marked the end of 'the Roman Empire !I I says Miss Smith fell over a cliff bordering : 4. Simplicity .
Iheyeili'- There:are BO:correspondents-- ,.with many vicissitudes, which Carmel beach after they had I II of Heat

;aboard:.the;:warship. of.either, Englead lasted,until Napoleon's' time. i I i I I quarreled and .her body disappeared : 5. Accessibility '
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': "' drtGeraa&y" in the'North sea' toMnd The, defeat of the great .Spanish in the sea.RUSSIANS. I 10. Economy .

\ fcitck,ewa'censored ci ip khes.' armada' of,Philip II., by 0 the English!'I \

.: (tip nghtkg' ,on;land, the:.public- in: 1589, :,when Elizabeth was queen, HAVE TAKEN INSTER-
.Wrs'8-\B ethiag.Ar "the 'art there not,only'.saved England to the,Eng I BURG .<:' ,

wrwe'eeIriep t.i,. (Belgfam' andless lish, but saved.English'civilization to I Paris, Aug. '24.-A' dispatch to the 2. COMFORT H HA
news '':' ' 'au- the Western world,of America I Havas agency from Vilna, Russia :
, more...or. -
..tai.de1of.the'fi lttiDg in Belgium and Great Britain. was- again rescued I says an announcement from an authorized : GAS RANGE is the greatest producer of REAL COMFORT in the

b. Absa: qe and'Lorraine. leis:been. pubIIhid. -' from'invasion and.the,domination of source sets forth that the I modem kitchen. If you cook 'with GAS all unnecessary work is eliminated

\: .:|Bat' of"'',-the,'(aevalY doings'. ..in the first Napoleon' :by the battle ,ofTrafalgar Russians after their victory at Gum- and cooking is made a pleasure. There is no wood to bring in
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in,1805.: binnen, successfully pursued the Ger-
. -fte:;Noith ees; not a word..; 'Atfirst .
:,- 27.1945 no ashes to carry out, no dirt and soot to clean up-nothing to do but
. iiiere'were'stories of:a, great battle :It was on May; ;when Russia mans and occupied Insterburg, Ger
,1 Heavy' firing-,::.was.said,:to'.:have :been and Japan were at" war in.Eastern''many, thirty miles ,from the Russian "turn a valve and strike a match."

:...','i'aC8: Av.01"wlefisBnUsli.J coasttone'etorysaid . waters, that Admiral Togo began the frontier in the direction of ,Kpenigs- In warm weather especially, the comforts of cooking with a Gas

:-....-... ; :: theta' G- r. great ,naval battle of Tsushima, the berg. Range are very apparent, because the kitchen. is kept "clean, cool, and ,
:'hwi' ,Zeppelin With.;b mH. had ;;detroyeda Japanese fleet reading Aspiring comfortable' without the
.' BritiA:warship"every night message.:as'the ,flags fluttered up to RUSSIANS AT THE VISTULA slightest effort.
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.. Bat aH'of'theeereports.were;'effect 'the signal yards of Togo's flagship; ,- No heat is wasted to make the room as hot as the oven itself. and
. 'iYtli, daiied.: -It.i":'a .fact that the MiKada, "The rise or fall of our'empire London, Aug. 24.-The Reuter Telegram the fire is turned out the instant the cooking is done. V
,rorM;has:;'araed nothing from the depends upon today's battle. Let correspondent at St. Peters- J
..Jfri:'>' Bmee the'English'and Ger- every: man do his,utmost," Japan on burg sends the following official announcement COOK WITH GAS AND BE COMFORTABLE.: w

'wan'j fleet* P01':to_ "SM there-. ,Has that, (day_swept. ,the Russian fleet from made public in the Rus-
-q'-ei the sea at Tsushima and eventunaily sian capital:
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. It:seems reasonable, if the Germans 'swept it;from Eastern waters.. TheJapaneseRusisari "The fights of the last few days ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO.

,IMMJ::met'witix,'actaal>reverses":upon war was practically have' resulted in a wholesale, retreatof
::the eel; that'the'British'censor,:would : settled:by that battle and Japan's the Germans, giving the Russians .
,H'ready:and wflling.to publish'them. place among the great powers of the control of .that: part of east Prussia GAS DEPARTMENT

, On the" <>ther" hand, if the:Germans world dates from that engagement beyond the Vustula river.

kave':h l:,saccesses,.:the: London,cen :
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:i'r:expected'to ad- " ., .. '. ' " " " , liiiiiiMiiimiim.

the fact wouldiely
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W.JlI&T.HE ( WE FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSESAND
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; ,The4vo ,fleets:now' j!:',the',North OPTICAL REPAIRING $8 C arleston and Return $8"Clyde
.,!1M.,rein their.iatricacy ofeOn&truc.:

,,:.lion and;their death-dealing facilities, MARKET .
\,the fin pioduct'ofall; ages'of mar- VIA
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. Mt, .lard; as' oW as,mankind.Thes ., Cleanliness Of Quality
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:. )fleeta"are.:to:.fighf"the most Line"First
UBportant,battle'of;:the, war, for,'the. DR. L H. RAMSDEU
, fapi arcy,of the 'sea,is:perhaps:the FRESH AND SALT,, MEATS :' OPTOMETRIST: '

:'treated pries'.of the'gre'ai-conflict. FISH AND GAME. : i1 >- (Successor to 'Dr. 0. P. LtHm) Class Meals and Berth IncludedThis
England; has held .,the leadership, oflheoea.Gang ,
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'!!: ;: wants_ _lli.....' Getiaany i ;:Kept, wrier tlk, beet sudtary ,ceaditteaa.EverytWftf .' ORLANDO - FLORIDA '
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:.iafighting:,to;control{the,bate screened awayf the Ita, and kept. ,freak. ': I

8 .t MiM.Europe and'to:con- :axi .1 pare. ., special rate good on any of the Company's
. trol the colonies of;the w r1d. If.sheriaonM ,We'iariteJB.dlea'- .. guarantee sattefaction We have FOR SALEBARGAIN steamers August 22nd to October 17th -

: sL ";:ebauBMui- 4;:='the. '..land,.. Germany ereQthIRZtethe_Meat.Uae. inclusive.
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.' 'vital 4 'issue of the great war, hangs'on The: PARLORMAHKET; Return Limit 10 Days V V, H

..1It .outcome"(f;affairs. ;'in.-the..,-.Northesaaiidahat .
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which.thVpuMic has not the"slightest Three ten acre, tracts on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 2 p. m.

_';iRk1in+" i !\.-:EYerythiiigisiidrin.love' ' ,;: .. PINE: STREET Orlando- and Kissimmee road,
" iaad wM,,the old adage has.'it:: Love ,

.-j8 alwayswith\. ,'. "the world.-:. There, .... are4f Phone, N80' only two ,and one ,haL.miles For reservations and further particulars apply to
::1 wmiftJers;of itsexisfe; oe,' but from,the:post.office; Orlando.' -

::,.all the:is woijd tau,,'';in.is:.war;now.. also learning. again,- that. : "", Will sell one or ,all.' The H., G. WENZEL, Ha. Pass. Agent

:-' *"Ilf was" .three'" hundred; years ,ago .- -- I price. will double ;when,the

'. that;Fi4neis'Bacon:told the'English_ ; ;rO'BN B.- STETSON "UNIpRSITTIHCOIII ) brick" road' '. isv, ,laii I 'Other. '122 'V.:Bay St.. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
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". or ai b.tle.oLwar. s'Ji 'will..whereas ,. THE, ,LEST.. i W' .V ( ..% rot- -:-. TOUR' 'GILB- '. EN..... .. ,at.' buying. ;valuesAlso:
::.those:that:are;strongest.by":land are,' ,Send them to Stetson FH..Term 6eja.Sept:=q:: de abk- ; ,groves; add' city" 'The,.Sentine5 the only progress- Sentinel subscribers who contemplate -
; aeelee; often'i i'domes,;'-' '40:Professon;:and Tnatroctoif' ,CoOeg*:of:Liberal hid, ,, 'f' vacations in the mountains
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.- IT'Unhenitr:SalinaV prices"t=: Oia ; .
.- G ftB ny,der-Wirt n.lj am.Er" :. 28:ACT* CUBSOJ ,iCoilcct of TedawloCT4W '......... ':. V 'Jacksonville.and Tampa:_ Send elsewhere, may have the Sentinel by
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'.'>Ebe its itow, ---.a..a. ".peat. hgbting ;' s 11.voa.. +es .18rt'- '- Jie..et.-SeMoJ:01 ..... : .ItI.'... ;,; ' a :x, : ,".. and":el wh re.. and the address changed as often as
;fe Bafekm.vlf; GnBay >e'i ;this' ;,U h H Ltrge ....tieset.lco ..-..:-t.J: ;8*..i of RM Jltey """; -: : : ; desired.
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'2 *.tfcftJ.if,she'... .J_;Warfare 'Separate-7 -_"- ..UormRoriM ad thoreag*for-j MpmisieajCliihllijiaafa.,sxajaAjvw:worms aotiedariM: CartIa1 ailtlOtF0r4 .:: .':; ''''' :: .. Y.'jtt'$j&:veAwtor:: : .your money. ,KEEP AHEAD "-
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SPECTATOR, SAW '''MUCH

IGE : HARD FIGHTING AS
.... : : GERMANS -
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: ,' ::" : _; I.'f ,ADVANCED
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:tl ;; t: RECEIVED,' As'-Massed.Troops Were Mowed
.ft- V' Down Others Took Their
1RECE: mr ED'' -
; Places Undismayed by Tbpsi
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t : ; RETURNED :- { 'Rain of ShellParis
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'- "' Aug. 25,-A traveler fromCharleroi ;
,'- .," ;* fr There_ , : ;you
'.!,' ; Without'' effort fighting'. at that place: Safe-iep .
"I at Foreux, fifteen miles
was
\9 your paftltey."arereceived
,,.re- from Erquelines. This region is .
cov-
:ceptedf relumed-and J" give''you'_ ('ie' ered with a thick' growth of trees. ,I

8I f-* 'gal i'';.l.' "evidenceof.!- payment..< i could column see after,the column passing of for German hours in of ri; i i For your Valuable Papers, Jew- ,

This fall l .the;harvest is plentiful ;
fantry. They were subjected to a : Silver
cfry
'tJ ,and-it will be '..well to' have every veritable hurricane of iron from the ;:" ... , etc.

r- French artillery and they went down ...._.. /
..
= with ,
payn sni you'make; protected by the dozens. Nevertheless more

t. :checks''received, ,. receipted, and returned came forward to take the places of ..:.: '$1.00 PER YEAR' AND UP ':
T? the slain. .
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'cf. "At Solere-le-Chauteau: I saw a j .
It'
.Open,your check_ account:here. German ,aeroplane brought down bya ;." :. You cannot afford to leave suca.l ,' 1;f'

well directed shot and I was told 1 I II II U:: valuables at borne when $1.00 will)) '. ;.

} The: State Bank:of Orlando the that same another fate such at Nerles.machine" had met i : } '.: .-safeguard them for a year. ..

Lorraines Aided Germans -;. .
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A dispatch from Bourges gives the ..
,recital of a French officer of how the

tt q A ... Germans were aided by the. Lorraine !;:...". .,.J
inhabitants. .

.,Y The officials of villages in Lorrainefell .

... rs . .. -. '" upon the necks of the French -
"1 "rQ troops when they into town and
came
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.'.,. t .. i greeted, them, as saviors. No sooner .> ;"' : '.' :- .. .. ,. .. .' p.... ., ... .: ;,.. :.....,'... ,-.......... .. '. .. '" "-. ... r: .. >.

( ' had they done this than they wouldgo . ,. . : <.. .. ,: . ; Vn.T
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/ .' M' ,. A fht' to the edge of the village and hangout : {
tJ ,- .: : ,:II"' French flags, .big white sheets, Fl l : :
} "t
.J. .' \. ..',... 'etc., to indicate to the enemy the ex- !i ,1 .t ;r. -.. ;:.!L . .... D..t ,. ........, ., Ji. ;: Li) : r;

fr' *< Pod' Plancon j J'TheWbrid's.. Greatest act'position The mayor of of one.the village French tapped soldiers.a '.,,,".!" .':' ::; '; "::.:: .:: ":,:-'-,.,'/: :.. .. :.. . : . ,, :" '..:-. '- .. ': ,: ;',/" ':'.,....--.-::, ."" .

r Basso 'Dead << French field telephone wire for the . ... .. '
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benefit of the enemy after having offered .:: : ; : .;: ;:;:-:.,. ;.- :: !: : ::r.i; : .\. 'r.

i la't;.you. ..c can sti11'hesr; ,.hfl o-.sing' .the solos a room in his house for the installation - -
ZrOf.FAUST: of the station. A local -
worldWidereputati"on.
a
: I ::. that.-havegiven-him. hl'.g ; a artist: "made 20 records schoolmaster corrected the range of MAKING P)REPARATIONS1[ N I
the German
guns by moving the
; ,
'? ; fox' the Victor'people and rendition
f his
hands of the church
of '.the> :character' ,or Mephistopheles is At, Dieuze the French clock.were per- 4 TO [ELECT POp[ GRAND
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t Loknoledged.to;; .be almost without a peer. suaded they would meet with no opposition --|
'Toucan ;have 'the.world's ifyoikown' but despite these
t ;always. music assurances Rome, Italy, Aug. 25.-In preparation -
:\ : : ; g., Yiptrola. "$15.00 $250.00.. A came upon concrete trenches filled for the conclave to elect a 'successor -

Ii. ':.tyle,.and''price:: :to' fit every: .purse' and conJ with German troops and supported by to Pope Pius, 'the Vatican is
quick firing After had TODAY
- guns. they
tijbio y getting out maps for the cardinals,
t! : -..' . stormed the trenches with the bayo- showing each where his apartmentsare

A. *.i: ;.,..f", :. .. .'. t ,...W. ,Si' : BRANCH" ': net strains and of'were Chopin's resting funeral they heard march the to be, located.feebleness The Third Day of the Big Week
Owing to several cardinals -
.- ; ": y played by a military band in the dis-
f :: 0 ;Tk /Area... .,*. .,.lk ,art_ ..Hwk. Sfcre. tance. This music served will occupy rooms.in the rear"of
a'
: : ..:;:? .' : '., >i( -.:'!> .. .. ;: as prelude the Sistine chapel, where they must "
..'i,J "; '' to a storm of shells from a Pat he Semi-Weekly
U twice daily to cast their ballots.
.' ... . .. ;. .. . .<., masked battery.A go ,
:... It f.j. : :i."" ,, Other cardinals have been notified
dispatch to the Havas
9.4'!' 1 !' agency they may celebrate mass in their own The most up-to-date picture in the
; from Ostend, Belgium, that
.. GRAND VIEW Charleroi, the Germans says obliged ten at rooms the"Pauline, avoiding the fatigue.of goingto country. The only one portraying the

II .. ,. Belgian miners with in their chapel. latest in the
*lamps Cardinal movements taking place Eu-
:U Farley, of New York, has

fl. ;.: : : .- < ',;. > : ;'!:, .:.,; . !hands advance.to march All the at miners the head were of killed.their reached Milan and is expected at ropean War."The.

... Rome tomorrow.
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uJ Similar tactics,' the
according to
; : same
v.
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that Carl
hope entertained
authority, were employed at Mont- dinals Gibbons of Baltimore, and Right of Way"
I ij' r -"Newest: =:and ;most up-to-date hotel in Sur-Marchienrie. O'Connell of Boston, also will reach .

The Germans attempted to bombard Rome.in time for the conclave. It is A wonderful Vitagraph. special fea-
'Canton;-, Situated on Academy Heights.Oyirkiokingthe the Charleroi, railroad station i .
.: : : from Jeumont-St Antone. They are felt as they are otuside the influences I ture in two parts. The critic of the "Mov-

k.'", :' So ,, .beautiful Pigeon River reported as having fired ineffectually of&n the impartial European view war to the they election will bring of I ing Picture World'1 stated that this pic-

K : : ?VaUey; .One ofhefu. s views. in WesternNorthCarolina on the Charleroi was flying"'the prison, althoughthisbuilding Red.. ; Cross the new pope. ture is full of intrigue and intense interest -

< flag. MANY ENTRIES IN AUTO RACES Also that it is worth while. He 'always
'
. 1: / , . . LABOR DAY tells the truth.

< 1 <.; >; : -' t .k; 4 BEUGIAtt LOSSES' 16,000 DEAD, If the entries come up to expecta-

.' ." 1" .. .. > 50,000 WOUNDEDThe tion the automobile races at Daytona
.
.... Hague, Netherlands, via Lon Beach. on Labor Day will be one of "A. Daring Getaway'
i'J ;: '- : ' don, Aug. 25.A camp for 'internedBelgans the biggest events of the kind ever

.' :11 MF&.. J R.. McFADYEN of whom there are about pulled off in this section of the state.
: >
...... : . A Biograph drama. Truly a one reel
2,000 in Holland, is
l now being constructed While.the entry list does not close until -

at Oudenirdum, Friesland. It September: 1st and few have ac: feature.
a; ;; } t **&.' CANTON JN. C. is understood here the Belgian wounded -' tually entered enough have signified

up' to the present time number their intention, to become contestants
sssssusI. > .. IIsssIsIsIsu' ,. .os.. .s.ou,,,,,,.. about 50,000i: The first casualties list, to more than insure the success of "The Box Car Bride "

,'i . . .-" .. ," published contains the names of 2,000 the meet. ,

.t.1' .. .. ';, '", .... .., Belgian dead. Conservative estimates Not less than four entries are confidently A Kalem drama
I
: . made here place the total dead expected from Orlando, .one Komedy featuring

;: US ..COLLEGEwrnier] [ Pah P* at about R'16,000. from St. Petersburg, .two from Bra- Billie Rhodes.A .

'dentown, two from Tampa, several
:-"n: :' .) -' TEN ,FROM U. S, CAPTURED from Sanford, one from Eustis, and five reel show of tile latest and test pictures
::1 .Mies. ... Calklc a, k.. fill s It Florlint Port Huron, Mich., Aug. 25. Ten several from Daytona. The prizes to
: Austrian reservists' from Chicago and be contested for will arrive in Or- possible Hade by the best companies in the world.

T CiIeg Acade y,J.MuExree ee, fee Art :. Doc Milwaukee; en route for New York, lando the latter part of the week and
",' :Ji...tie tmd:ladwtrial. 'Arts,.,.Biffloeas,..Teacher's..Cewse. have been taken from trains on the will be placed on exhibition, here. ORCHESTRA5c
/
,.iTwthre. .btBiiags,steak. heat, electric fights, ire pfeX -, Grand Trunk railway at Sarnia, Ont, They are handsome pieces of silver
_- -! toetko,.fiae gyimaiin,:ae malaria,'quarter miffiea del-- across! the St. Clair river from Port which will prove attractive ,inducements -
I '.J.i hr eaiowamt._,Tfcree.teachers'of. Huron and.are held '
being. as. prisoners to the speeders to open up and
6 : ait pitio,, Glee.Cl.'chns classSuper of'
:: war. make it a real speed contest. lOc
Of.. : : r MM for fewness school fai.baakiag eq paeat :NewciiMdcat .
: 'MM|_"y i laboratories, equipped with every BASEBALL RESULTS WANTED-=To exchange violin for

M . amen;deviee; aaalyais of soils> fertilizers. feeds,. water. phonograph or ."Victor. See, C. N.
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', l!! . '.bail, swag,. golf, teaais, football, Pittsburg 2,Philadelphia 0., 8-25-3t FRIBAY-Bosworlb lie, presents Jack London's

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