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Title: The morning sentinel
Uniform Title: Morning Sentinel
Morning sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
Physical Description: 6 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando, Fla.
Orlando Fla
Publication Date: August 27, 1914
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Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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.SATE.. :,Ci "JLsrILU'n '. '- -.BEING- -' ..FOUGHT- SOUTH" 'OF AUSTRIA WANTS NOWARiYt1TH THE IIlGWfS CHARGE E GERMAN[ TROOPS S RAN GATES MILLIONS

:''t: .BRUSSELS. _. "WHILE- THE.. 'BELGIANS. ...'ARE HYINGL .
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REPORTS ARE WORK "WAR.AGAINST WOMEN PAPER REGARDING THE!i

,1 ppn, Bombards: Germany' Pacific OF ENEMY AND CHILDREN" FIGHT AT GUMBINNEN \!
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:': 't ,! 'wnaPoNeNonste'Tie ' . Reports of Austrian Losses at Protest Against Violation of International Russian Horsemen Rode Right i

> "":"" ; ,, > : Drima Continue, to Grow as Rules ,of War by Into Ranks and Cut Them -
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-'-*-I( ,: eb_ Cakbet Has :Reagnefl 'and. a New One WiU Be ,Reports Come From Germans Is Filed in Down With Sabers, First NEW YORK LOSES FIGHT TO
:Nish Washington Suffering Great LossSt. COLLECT BIG INHERIT-
1 t ft ;FtniiU ;at @*ee.-Rae aa :-Hwdes Pouring Into Austria
: London Aug. 26.-A dispatch to Washington, Aug.'26.':E. Havenith, .' Petersburg, via London, Aug. ANCE TAX
-French
t'l .sisd An O ee by O rTkreeAr.y orp
, the Exchange Telegraph company the Belgian minister presented a pr 26.-The, Novoe Vremya publishes an
}}\. 7 -'w-{, : War- Ube- -Admits- .Fraace--British Lines Have says that General Conrad, chief of test to the state department today. account of what it terms the memo $$13OUUSTATE[ THfRE
.. the Austrian staff, has,sent this message against what he termed a "waragainst rabte charge of the Russian horse IUNlY
<: \ s. --. - _, -FaSeaB- *' .SfightlyIf to the Italian government: women and children"-the! guards at Gumbinneri during the recent _

,:_:_ fl. ... f. rrf ",The reports published in Italy Zeppelin airship attack on Antwerp,I fighting in which the Russians Net Value of Big Estate, Esti-
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'" 'l dw'Aug.:;26.-(Social.) -Desperate fighting continues Austria-Hungary has aggressive persons were were victorious. It says: mated at $6,000,000, Is Divided
:, {, = intentions against Italy in order to stated, four of them women. Eight t; t "The Germans held a position in a
': (n aroood _Ma&wi_ f:south of Antwerp;,between. _the Germans and the revenge itself for Italy's failure to :people were injured. small village from which they were Between Widow

,.-- II: !.....,' -- .. participate! in the war are absolutely Secretary Bryan was very reticent t; pouring a murderous fire on the Rus- and Mother
l\ it w reported frpm Antwerpthat thousand Germans, are without foundation and are stigma- in discussing the attitude of th sian troops. Cavalry was ordered to

i.<; being:held HI cieekby the'Belgians.I ., tized as malignant efforts put forth United States toward such protest s!. silence the guns. The first squadron New York, Aug. 26.-(Special.)-
and intimated that the state depart
I :King Amt has eatablished'headquarters-,at Malines. and is inti by a third party. rode straight at the battery which, Charles Gates, who died suddenly of
A Reuter's dispatch from Paris : ment could take no action. firing point blank, mowed down the
,,' command oftbearoopsin'thefiel&;: : :I I apoplexy in October, 1913, left a New
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0: l : .. says: 1 Reported activity of Brand Whit- Russian ranks frightfully annihilating -i York estate valued at
only $73,000.
The Loa M Telegraphs Antwerp correspondent says there are lock, the American minister in officially !
T.- : : ; "The losses.to the Austrians in the the squadron. The second squadron ;I This is the estimate showing in the
,\' p daily battles between.the.Belgian: ;troops and the German advance battle of Drina.continue to grow, ac-I. protesting to Germany was de- l followed fast and would have;I report of the state tax appraiser filed
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:1m guard. :'The rigid',from" Malines toward Vilvoorden,, six .miles cording to telegrams from Nish., The I nieel. t by Secretary Bryan. I shared the same fate except that at'I':today. ,

l\northeagt;Brueeefe," says/the;correspondent, ."is,,littered_withy latest aver that out of 300,000 Austrians the critical moment a third squadron"! From another source it was learned
: THE WEATHER
killed, rushed onto the from the flank
engaged 15,000 were enemy ,
,- the bodies, ,of-'men.. 'and. .= -horsesfwhUe, :in'the: fields. pasturing. cattle 30,000 wounded and 15,000 made pris t t - sabered the gunners and routed the I[i that Gates'in entire California estate, including
;.have'been killed by'shrapaell.1Ckaaddeafinith& >, oners. Seventy-five guns were cap- : Generally fair Thursday whole German force. Minnesota property New York
Florida and Texas, is valued at
= 'f reports-. of,heavy fighting" .north of Brussels- tured." an "The Germans ran like rabbits, discarding $7,500,000. Claims against the estate

come statements,tiuti\iffi :Gennans: are rapidy leaving Brussels I swords helmet and clothingin amount to $1,500,000.The .
and that the Bejgians are preparing to re-enter the capital. !1 their mad haste to escape the bulk of the $6,000,000 net esti-
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t NEUTRALITY URGED UNN1OLLEGECAINALS4) avenging Russian horsemen.
The significance'of,. this. move. (believed,by. -military men to lie 'One squadron of Nizhni hussars,' mated value of the estate is divided
rm' &e fact that .the :German'general, staff is concentrating all : who all are famous swordsmen cut equally between his widow and his
: HAm IIA U[ mother. The widow was his second
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;avilgeforceealong: 'the battle' line':to/the south 'of Brussels, down several Germans without receiving wife, Mrs. Florence Hopewood Gates,

"- where theca 'contest is.,waging with the armies of the'allies' 1 :_ a, scratch in return." of Minneapolis--

a ft The,'fighting'at--Malines indicates::that the Belgian army,:is be- Rome, Aug. 26.-(Special)-At the New York Aug. .-(Special)- Four states have been claiming

.ng need 4to:harry;=the':German' rear.:and. this is,.indicated.. by thestatement close of today's meeting of the' sacred President Tener, of the National The Sentinel has been first with Gates as a resident with the hope of
r congregation the venerable Cardinal League today designated Friday September every important development of the collecting a big inheritance tax from
: -;of:.the?Belgian general!, stafrthat.. it. is to reh'eve the
: : Gotti summoned to his apartments .: 4th, ,as "Red Cross day" in European war. his large possessions. In this rivalry
pressure,-on,10';the,.allies.v. 'at the-. front. -' a number of his younger colleagues -t the senior baseball organization. One Texas has succeceded. It was proved
:' 'Fighting between the.Germans: and,the allies'is-reported today in the college of cardinals quarter of the 'gate receipts on that A table full of literature. You will that he voted at Port Arthur, Texas

at LoneviBe, jiearth: Lorrain' ;border, and-at, Maubeuge as.:well and'exhorted them In the name of I day will be donated by the eight club find your magazine at Curtis & on several occasions, and swore that
n8at )(1I1.. the supreme interest of the church to owners to the war fund of the Amer- O'Neal's, next postoffice.BELGIAN he was a resident of that state.

I,There iMormation -here. to the renounce all-personal aspirations and ican Red Cross osciety.
,.iaBO; .;forthcoming, as results of | .
the fighting.on tHe two'former.fields, f' select a papal candidate acceptable to I
'the French, German, Austrian, and GERMAN AEROPLANE FELL INSIDE i' GOVERNOROFSONORAWILLWAR
f Both' .ate:,are-: :'said;.to:be putting.no',- the last.,ounce_ of, strength_ English cardinals, thus indicating the BRITISH LINESParis
into the combatMeanwhile; the allies,are'subjected to enormous absence of prejudice against any European ON CARRANZA WITH 2,000 MEN

prewure : f.;ak f;ffieHne,:looking.hopefully to Russia 'to' force nation.: Aug. .-A German 'aero -
+ The cardinals heard the exhortation plane fell inside the British lines near
the Kaiser to turn baek his advance; France in order to
: through
: Nogales, Sonora, Mex., Aug. 26.- and those he proposes to war against
In silence and retired without comment Lille yesterday' and the two officers
_, it!'!{from the Russian.mass.of soldiers. en board were killed. Jose Marai Maytorena governor of .have the support of Carranza.

!!, :' ; ;.' -. Sonora, announced today that he had Maytorena declared his movement : ,
BARD;YAP AND CUT.'O F GERMANY'S'ISL i come here at the head of 2,000 or was decided upon when Carranza after -
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: GERMANS REPULSED[ O IdAP ATFACK ON TSIN '
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T POSSESSIONS ,IN:PACIFIC' honest government." Maytorenais governor ignored his protests and de-

r |Kaa &,*E:.;.t.,fAi ig.;:-Special( L-Tlie: Japanese .have; bombarded supported by Gen. Francisco Villa manded his resignation.The .
U J' e8troiiMfthe'- Ua cable.and wireless station on SIIJTHERNFRONTIERLandon TAU HAS fMlo[ -

the',isiafld ofYap:, ;thus.cutting off from communication with the ROYAL FAMILY HAVE j

.outeidew. .... ,.".'practically< all,of-:Germany's island. possesioris in. the ,Aug. 26.-German forces New York Aug 26.-The: Japanese NARROW ESCAPE FROM BOMBS I
Paeiftce- ;; :! delivered in Hack on the French attack on Tsing Tau, the fortified

; ','iWWa"Was, . | . 'brought. 'to;Manila. ;by.| ,'the. ,.North, German., .11019 southern frontier and yesterday retired all; They port of the territory of Kiau' Chau
- were repulsed along
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failed according to a message London Aug 26.-The Belgian roy warrior of the air stole
.which silentlyover
the
steamer Prinwss t 'Alice, had previously limped.into': port the.line
received here today by Count al family will abandon the temporarypalace the forts outside the city,against
at..GwJt"'p' 1Jl'I. &0y battered''condition after an encounter This information'
,: ; ,; was given o\lt.by I von Bernstorff, German ambassador at Antwerp and establishing which no assault was made and
with a.,Japanese cruiser; The Prinaees'Alice left;Manila ten*days the official bureau this afternoon.'The I to the United States; from the Ger themselves in 'a secret place in the steered toward the palace, where it
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h ago for Maditerrwiean ports, and"when she failed:to_get into com-, I text'of. the 'announcement' as follows man embassy at Peking city as a_result,of the attack on Ant- dropped six explosive bombs. None

:_ ,mimkatk| 'with the w r 1MS'station"at Y p.decided:to,visit that : Count von Bernstorff -said the ca werp, by a Zeppelin airship accord- found the mark exactly though all
"It is: officia Y1Unouneed.on ble.message contained no details but
ing to the Morning Post"The landed within the
piaee, which.she found demolished and ,was set ; by a Jap- palace grounds.
{ ; ,: _.upon August, 25th' the French on their announced of the -
merely the failure
attack,. the Post's Antwerp One narrowly escaped wrecking the
nile, erttiser, <"hk1i- l ej mially.cmtdistawiedTin .. .. southern .frontier were attacked' in Japanese attack-,and the preparation correspondent says, "was evidently Antwerp cathedral and three found

Pri&ttftg. -Ahce'sofficers i 'were unable. .. ,to_say.. whether. or. .not force by,the Germans. for a siege. designed against the royal family. human victims."
the Jataeehad' 'taken{eapo8flesisonof Yap.: "The,attack was repulsed and, the 'The information is undoubtedly

Yap is a small island lying southwest of Guam,and is the principal enemy.retired.all along the line." correct," he said. RUSSIANS CLAIM CONTINUED

station t,:of the German wireJess_system;in the! Ladrone and I 1

Caroline 'i lilaadgtoupa' .''. Through. the.. ....destruction. - of;-Yap- : :these,I, fm, flAG PRill: I. imJlSEJIRAITAOO I I VICTORIES. OVER THE GERMANS

idandi ar/eatfely;:chit;off and'have no.nes.ofreporting.fur.hegr ; -

'activities' ,of Japaaeee.' r",veeseis'mthe)- drones- . Carolines'or EASTFLAN I RA London, Aug. 26.-A dispatch to army, is believed to be marching silently -
:New Gwnia groups- of. _. ii : the Exchange Telegraph company but with terrible force on
:< [ --- from St. Petersburg carries the an- Posen, the dispatch adds.
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: islands.&p London, Aug. 26*-(Special)-A nouncement of the Russian chief of The Russian embassy is in recieptof
4 ,"'''' f ; .. :INTO' -" \USTRIA Renter's Telegram company' from 'dispatch, to the Exchange .Telegraph staff that since, Sunday the Russian telegrams from the general staff
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: ',,Vie, ;-;',-'.<....,,:26'y-: ( - : ... .-lek'.;frem" -','. .'.Bit" ": says-- Ghent:"A,violent' says: combat';raged, at TourBU from Gibraltar- states that.the' Moor:. invasion.of Galicia and Prussia con I at 'St. Petersburg, which announce

.::- i R. .NaIcAl.'< ...r- um'bave].ow'cr' ;'.ued1M- ._,- .......Dl.. H BtC'nveriB-_. .. ._ '- -. .on Monday,'the cannonade: lasting-. sh attaeksontheFrench'have" ; ; been tinued uninterruptedly_ along a''.wide fresh Russian victories against both _
t front While the_ Russian right wing Germany and Austria. These mes-
tmitorq"aMN'@ppoeedin" ; their ftlitarrtkeCar.: '
from.4,9 c.1ockJ ,the.afternoon until repulsed throughout the;French zone,
7- ; PrUssia'and'the left declare that Russian
r='_, ., ,>,JliiB".-: 'W' off thi Y+eeAA_ :Utri: _n_h.armyvicerps., the.next-; morning .at. 10. Workmen, and<,that,the Moors_ have_ been.severe_ was tering invading Galician. the, center, composedof en- now sages occupy the whole of the eastern troops
.- : chastised.
.1 -. a aR ,Y .- . Ii .
,-':a ;- > 8. driven _w O I'iCI'GIVIS..9.UT. ,;STATEMENT : "
flying:at. Orroir, in' east'FI nders.." GLEE REMAINS IN "DKY". LIST.
_, ).-? ,ol!' :latetomght'. :gaveoutthefdIWst -, ;"J.;> - -,' -"; SOUTH CAROLINA IS NOW RID OF

: .; ;, ." ,." _. t : ,TtBAx0 ;MEN PROTEST: PRO- Fort,.:MyersFla.-; Aug.ceeaty ,:melee I

. Brit..' -' '..... haVe'. ;,' ),_.Mk. sheet:_ : distance.'.- .,-', .'" POSH--, WAR.;TAgWes . .' remains- -"dry"., ':'THe i;'i i eeitFeeglted COLE JLEASE FOR A TIME
IA kje......".. .... a,.bete :;and V0. ge :lHke4 _"_- '----: .. el .. ji.- 'W. :, ..-.ffjtyiu" **- d CM MRk -
: .Aug. .26. -A :pretest 518. :".T\--.t X41 IorIona .
head diahtJ1i1ltlle'Oar..a.- ,, Jtowerer:','hM'o'f,.u ;. ; ; l "back' : against; ;.any' plan "for; = raking ,a&fi-' I I .e' ?; ,,' ,u. ,;c rhre L (S:' Aeg.,,26.-Addis'parted.' The; ,day's. early returns

.< ... j' :, teal due by w.-tuiitt-- ,",witk -hilt 0 fee ... finMl, :bet: y t, 5i iaeo pletereturns] showed Sesatof Smith maintaining
: :": : .:: ; ..: becco'WM ledged today with::SeereUry agate=three ? TYN JUl a1: lIl rr WI D GliD" ;McAdoo by 1 'a tkfegation":of tabcco ;precinct te tkl,:., M. < :to i1 ba&tiftf for ';United 'I Stages; :senator I last jught whichis_ now sulkiest to'rehominate
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'+'."::,. Paris, Aug. 28 { ': meL. ,Mr:McAdeo. 'said-tk ai'_ tile ...e&. a .. <'" . :...... in tfce fnt D ocr' ":'jpriaary. of 11 him over his three oppo-
wxi
Vfriani hk
%ttW.pWmier entire ''
> i'< .. :Gor. .Cole tats withoutthe,homing of a.'wcond -
< ':., ,rye ItgMatSca ;mid be :dr.wwttho lobed -fir.;; Ute y *eriiy g e '.
!' -. .. .... _'::';.;,. ,..q I mini.' **_? will be formed at m JI 06t eared cooafctttioo. ;. +'- .L, B-ie. ;48. 80 tad S.ator. E.' D. I I primary.: ,Approximately .26,600vetes .
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'J i.-, :Sead'gasses tOt_ Wm. Wigmanx ,1. .;Mr.-A.'KBoyce has..returned from r _
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e.c.nl wi E|I secretary.; :Praee:> .',wi fb 1. ,-'owed." .for.. r Tenneseesje., 'reports his:wife'much,1 I
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;r Ae oflt important eves t 'aad if pos-: i proved in health and, expects to:HW.M.SLEMONSMoney

s_ trip in T.iuiMr. t. 1 1of i gte wiUary, to'have prizes. for. every' join him'here about October.1st,when
P al B. fetor. Wt,tie':fir*-, f;' 1 ..
., eveRt. '. they will settle down' in their'new
} |trt of tU w.* far j[r S.McEwanofOrlando. : ,
Dr. J. will
: home and.enjoy lifer ,
at Wt Pdnt-,; ."Y after : the'motor'boatracesin' I
ii wattm.: 7 -*.r.y', 'havechargeof; ,The prospect of the brick road, is :
a baftty "l '
"' which" aH the sammer:; colony of
Mn. ... T.'HBed' few:moved '; starting business already. We learn
brlandoHefl ,Lake Conway will:
on
into ti.. J. 1g.'RaasdYle.and4Dfr.: j : Rais Sale
probably';participate: ; of .several sales; of farms south ,of .
? tin. ABwrt Tai r aad. 'Mr..and i
taut r jtl(suggested..that ,to:wind.op.the 1 I town being made;and more, being'on g
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Xr Jtaas:iriil, occupy Mrs.
festivities (the day the motor,boat"owners :L the "a :,seat" When the, road ,
street .
Haud'a.loue OB Main
might present,a night pageant, is built that section .
through. will
anti rapidly
JIr: ..cfkI; G!,T : Kr;,' '
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.,on the lake. The motor boats:,could fill up and prices will advance. ...
and Mr*.'L.'L.8e.tf;motored over toOtteowi
'l .decorated Chinese lanterns tl '
with
be
: All on account of the war.in Europe,
v i ;'Sunday f.speat;the;dap: and 'with ,guitars and 'singing"makeI. I 18th ,
: : Fuppose. August to 28th.
August
.i. JIr.--. sad,Mrs..Jr BMills., ''_ .pleasing spectacle.. I _
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Miss Fra cM,May made:a trip to '
,' ; ,w.again \1; TAFT ITEMS I UNCLE.EXAMINATION SAM WANTS' ENTRANTS PHOTOS OF '" t

9ftthoate.:'':;l: t, -
Mr. to Pine '
Y'' .Tafti'Fla, Aug. 25.-Among, bur Washington, Aug. 25. "All appli-
{iYiler9stiwrdayfrom'AaheviIle'N.' :C. ,representatives in 'Orlando. ; last Saturday cants. please submit photographs" Come and See What You Can Save.
",-f'ciiBMr guests .at various
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A. M ristol, A. I.Richardson .
Mayor .
1 'uiIMrs...WitfJ f were ; : This does,not refer to a beauty contest -
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c : < E::,. .. J.'A. Sims, Syn Bowman,i I but to the coming' competitive
'H..fatf U
:;aad'1IIrS.- Sphafcr -
C. Avery, J. E. Tracy, J. 0. Collins j examination' for stenographers and
:, x. >;; K v. K,"Jones and Mr. and. Mrs. ', '
and J.-D. Miller..Mrs. ] typewriters, open to men and women, W. M.
::: tiemfatilto\ ,>'and I[ '&,C.Hoffaer's .:a I SLEMONS'
U .:xi: 'Harvey A!! .'C. A. Tompkins is.improvingfrom j to be held September 4 in this city.
"adMrs.
her, ..
= recent sickness. civil service commission
The
:. /i .Ftfe* $'Mr:and,MrsrE/D.': M PerfjaeiriR -1! I[ announces -
, .kme.. r' .-: '" J The:Taft novelty works, with.sawmill 1 it will be useless for personsto ORANGE AVENUEUp
planing mill, et& with stock of I
j enter: the examination have nohopeVof
ti ; 'Jones,;of,;Conway, the regalar -
Jum Mr. Tra
r.has new ownership
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in
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passing stenography.
i} :MetkwHst mifiister for Pine Casin -'
cy having sold his ,interest to John:1
,( r tae. yi6pCleed= ; tbe: Union chapel-, ::Holtsclaw of Kissimmeme. Mr. Holts- UNCLAIMED LETTERS i

.:: t'y agaand: .evening.. ,j jScfeeol claw'also has,leased the holdings: of to, date. painting, papering, etc., ." ,1,1,01111111111:111111101011,0'3",111,111It
: k: to_o en Jlel'; September, list of letters remaining rncalledfor
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is the kind want. Where to
He get :
the other partners.for five years. you
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f- : in the postoffice at Orlando, Fla.,
.>, .\ 21st. r .., / .. '-i.proposes to cut and ship in the logs for the week ending,August 22,1914. it? That's easy, phone 636. W. T. We Will Put the Reinsof
atiAs ,'the; Athletic
FJ waajstatedibrfqre; :
: from about 12,000 .acres lying but a When calling for same please say Entrican. 1-20-tf
..;. :cw."olPiMCastlewilI.hold-. ., ; - ." -: afield few miles out. This will keep the "advertised.". II
.'. H ay,Gi1J.Io: Day"in Adetfs. w R. O'NEAL, P. M.
grove
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!(, mill humming. for a. long time and Men's List--Adams, Mack: Andrews If you want your bicycle fixed ,in : Success in Your
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:and'all are invited to participate in
; "I give mployment to several more: I J. J.: Bird, Harry M.: Brown- a hurry take it to Warman's Repair :
basket tHe
:& picnic:to increase .pleasirftf1ity John Laurie Brown, Joe Cal-
ing 12-5-tf.
,," ' hands: He has'a family and will occupy ; ; Shop. I
;;.,' :; '; The program of the the Thomas house. ,All such enterprises houn, Arthur: Douglas, B. D.: Gary, HandsHow
.f: fiekrrafid.f patic\Sforts;; to, beheld Sing; Graf, Carl; Hicks, W., Z.; Her ., I. II..illllll .II.,1
,.' t? > are warmly, welcomed. Mr.: bert, H. B.; Hill C. H.; Harney,
under the of the Pine Castle
,' ,J jiuyaBM Tracy will remain with the ."works"as James; Jones. S. D.; Johnson. S., A.; ? By furnishing with :
( :Ad oOc Club, on Labor Day, Sept m- .foreman for atime, perhaps Johnson, C. E.; Lyman, W. W.; Mi- you
perma
:' : this'M follows:' haly, TaRulecsa; Maims, James; Pot THE[ NEW[ GRAND a perfect Fertilizer Let our representative ;
nently.'
.1-I: Sports-50;:yards dash; tug ter, W. D.; Pitt, S. P.; Reed. John;
;Mjand Mrs.,A..L Wright, of Or- Riggins, Frank Suarez, Ricardo Stephen
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.(boys) .running broad on give a
war ; you. you
; ' ..Jd landc, formerly Taft,spent Sunday David; Matherson. Captain John
., ''F l MaaAing broad \n ., :throwing*base; 'baS.;, .Hurdle, 'S. mond: Tremaine, H. L.; Watson, X. mature
Mrs. S.. Bowman started last
Q'-';' ( .- I R.; Watson, Hon. J. H.; 716 Hughey f
;tag war (girls)
: fruit.
week her former home
'"' on a trip to 'Stt Pineapple Growers' Association. your
''.' 8 orta Motor WV ,race; Women's List-Bates, Miss Phillis
.rt I ; ne r St Louis, Mo., for, a :visit Her ;
:. mott graceful l dive.'(girls. );.long dis-. daughter: Mrs. Grace Holdorf, of Burnette, Mrs. ,Mollie; Brown Mrs. Absolutely First Class
:' ?rit banes_rnei'jirls'longdiatance-race' Mollie; Brooks, Mrs. Lucy; Collier,
:, . ;,'60 swim .girls 60 Winter Park, went with, her. They Mrs. R. W.; Cox, Mrs. Fred; Dixon, Rooms with bath, hot
(hoys) yards ( lL
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> will,return in October. Mrs. Lucille; Ding, Mattie; Elber-
': 'I 'yards:.,,swim (boys l; best, high dive 'Rumor has"it*that' a new store is I field, Miss Margaret; Howe, Miss and cold'water. Tile Soutlierli r 1.

; 1j '(bays" );)losgeetdive.boys:, :>> );' longest to:open soon:somewhere,on Palm ave. Ruth Emma; Hill Lawrence, Mrs. Katie;Miss Johnson Hattie, Mrs. Open year round. r 11
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nue.; more Mitchell, Mrs. Mattie; Silvert, Mrs. Summer
.:i, _f..1IIt...... :(boys,. ). : Mattie Thomas, Mrs. E. M. Van rates through
' -' is a :good opening for, one. ; ;
; ORLANDO Phones: Office 32, Plant 31 FLORIDA
1 i 'l5Me eta jDOfflffieace .promptlya. Our drainage canal scheme is taking Natta, Miss Violet; Wright, Miss Ro-! August and September.
,'; : l@: ;:a. 'm.. AU::outside.'entrieswibe dand; White, Mrs. Martha;. Wright,
,new-life,and now we think it is Mrs. Mary. ORLANDO FLA riltiMMMIMMtlll8HIMiiiiltiltltltilimHHmtfill
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; i H.. I .... .ur, rather. .mow 'to coaxWlgt : been.In. she l uIteddtates'
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,;; f 1..1r1! llnl i a t f ies ,:alt ore.yfedytsda :' and elsewhere! nemerous; lDI I ; JALITY These are money-saying prices. We are .r JifGMJEYJANTS iJ

I:' buratef tbim.. ,J:,ww.Ijltyjt ataiieeebf.'mthnequlring wealth.sud--' :
t" thtfrmwd tooktoc|>at the' taw:, denly 'and 'sqaandering,, '(In,;uuusaah : not offering shop worn goods, but regular I -.
4 ftr,a ttvtteftt I W not kaew;why ..C WarLOne.ot the most pnMnIflentoftach : ,
j ,\' lies ....... Then w dd ily Jtalt, came h eases was that of "Coal OH-46hn- (
"f lids to ttrrn leek bn' >wn :line''akny: ny" Steewtto was' made"very;,rich high grade goods which we have voluntarly .
t HM fdfe of a woed the:order"to avaoMk by the discovers of ,petroleum oil a

;r l wily o.eYehtiias the'Con: farm be:own d. He spent his fortuneIn reduced the prices, that will mean a substantial '
HftiaUi eocfced Bosketi, ,they spectacular ways and then sank IntocoaiparatlTe'bbscurlty.
tood of Mooke: r a stogy of tmllite. :
rf' a While nla money DtocC
I... 'one'who JelL; .and ,fur :lasted he.was known'as "the.prince : saving. of 15 to 40 per cent.

a_ m/gi tfatdte4 i and:fro'oyerIfeir of apeaders..!*. . '_ I
? w Afar tW I knew aot>._ :'But.the,story -Coal Ml Johnny" :
RUBBER GOODSBULB AND SPRAY SYRINGEStake special orders and guarantee
: a correct
ft va drt :I matMged. tofcut dwarfed by that of:Pedro Alrarado a I
tJ >v pontttea,bf'.toraioK OB my. Hezloui,:jIQ of a'peon and a Mexican t Our Stock: of Rubber Usual styles'and sizes, excellent values.Prices fit. Prices of rubber bandages,

1 nth I eootf we,ifcbtt
'lit .. I b4sN fits"..,.: money till be bad $10Q-an4/boaght : best products, )ll.t e quality, etc.

Ii..... 1_.1ueteIIer.-. ,wlt&ita,rockyhilL, On his.deathbedhe market. Every article is 45c, and. $1.75
J hay Were' not'eteie: : .'awfea ::ms's ;.exacted_ a promise from his son'. : made of: pure rubber, by .
1 bot.s: "woman's.., :Moreover,'tbeteo ICE BAGS Cloth FIT ALL MOUTHS-
that ahewonld: nef.er'',sell the] land;; : skilled workmen and has .
tt were.soft attd;m 4odiow.v :Was Pedro prospected It for.sllrer and one covered ice bag A good line of pure rub.
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:' 1 M tae cootrast with whrt ntlgbt,be ex day:.found himself in;possession f'_amine I :, wear and dependability. mold, nickled mou SldPlrf ber nipples to fit all

? patted on'a battWW that moved me.ar . .that=' 1b1in', $30.000 ,8 day : kinds of f
t Challenge Excellent
Fount Syringe
2 capacity.
$1.00 good -
s was the voice really tweet. ? .I Hate*, :This,amount-for, a of, 300 I "'. qt. ( tles. Price eSedtmglSbot-
f'' ad sad liicd I sue{ '. working ,.days, amountsto year $9,000,000 say : ," value, now__________________ 79c 1''A value. Regular '

.t, "Poor Mtew! Gntly'boys., There a-year. What a fortune,for one'whohad I Seamless Fount Syringe qt, $1.50, price $1.00. Sale price,

4 t- Jfew.. ."carry. ::9 Ha-'orer, ., tfaWto. .. the eel's. known nothing but abject poverty; regular price, now _J.';T -------____ $1.10 5 to 15 cents
T But Pedro Alvarado unlike "Coal: Oxford Comb. Syringe, 2 qt, $2.50 regu- 68 cents

r gwely ,tt ww,I_syeapat tle. Bat. it Oil Johnny.." did not :waste his money ,lar' price, now 2.18 RELIEF FOR
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BMe-tt roke that I felt : We also cheaper ice bags.
WM WM a: ; In mania for carry of
dissipation. A
something Duchess Rapid Flow Syringe, 2 qt, CRAMPS-The use
wee I ww W never forget if I should '
y braally,seizes,OQ those'suddenly made ___________ scientifically applied -
hfttt k, emoeg',:a; baadred,'o.UHft 1 { $2.50 regular price, now 2.10 d' heat
rich and Pedro's
'fi was for pianos. He RUBBER BANDAGES
w..U reeogake tt. t' built: a'.fine bouse and filled it with Tiger Fount Syringe, 2 qt., $2.50 reg.price ,! will relieve many
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W. 'eaaegtiAto Richmond .. 1. -We can supply ' and ail
( ,were Bear now 1.15 acute pains
: pianos. There were rosewood pianos ------------- ------- '
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) f.:::mtr: caaaoa J,:tp,:be: beard there allft'mabog".lny'' pianos and white en you with a ru r ments. We have on

,...afl .,.: Doobtiew tar was some,woMB 'a neled'pianos-Indeed. pianos of every BATH CAPS -You bandage to fit any requirement hand"""a'" combination ,

'( ftwD ''tbei ;.,WhO':bad:*'cwne," wttft 'variety, It, docs,, not appear that be cannot afford to let your doctor Bed Rubber Hot Water ) 1!!'
lt suet to the .GuDdetL:, She Was, \
could play a note on:one of them or dust gather in may prescripe. We
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beam :wing tie .eeem1 s, he? that he had'predilection for.mu 1
r hair when \
stteretloe'forthe Coafedmtw tad not ' you are usually sold for $3.00.
ii' sic.. It was,simply, the form of mania
yr.beat Ja thto start put of tile field., She .tbat'struck him.'he having unlimited sweeping or dusting Sale Price S,
T weett (roffi..me,'speakiBg in;that same. means at:.his command. ..4 \ and you do not like to But Don Forget -

"j mMtom fol e,::'ftrrt eacearaglag. the The..story of ''Pedro Alvarado 'Is" a let your hair_ get wet while bathing.

It wounded:IMO, :,bdag..ed: oai"the number of stories. Perhaps the most Rubber lined beautiful bath caps, reguTO BUY YOUR NEW HOT $2..18
atrttcfceiy' ,Theo) knew by:Iie'ionk carious one of all is that of his wife'sforeslght. l Jar price 7oc-Sale' Price, 43 cents.
tfcftt ale waa.knee11eg over some other ., Pedro bad no idea of.business WATER BOTTLE DURING

''= 1 'J., nfortenate.-Poerboy!!, .Yoa'skouldbe. with" lour work principles his mine'tn and'knew primitive only bow way to, 43 cents ., THIS SALE OR WHATDon't fail to attend

mots iirteel of 1Mt!e." i. '
ei-w He. EVER OTHER RUBBER
.h s most expensive.' paid .
'Tbeae last:.word ":I, beardl COMBINATION OUTFIT-Hot water
r were the everybody connected with his mine an
the BIG MONEYSAVING
,fear Would bottle and fountain YOU MAY -
apeak. I.bad hoped that She enormous, salary besides which his syringe, two comARTICLES
t itejr >jr mL'but;we'werely1ng' ,yerytttck employees helped themselves to,'what plete articles in one. Separately would NEED AT THIS MONEY
: SALE RubberGoods.
tad nab a few could be favored.
cost Sale on
they Gold lay their bands on. Instead' $4.50. frIce, $2.18. t. .
Y',. I MW forgot,tbe.voice l.be8.rd'ont of building a railroad to carry his ore SAVING SALE.
t .fit .tattiefleU.: I :tboBgat. of Jtj all he',sent It,by mule P rhaps'.U e mine $2.18 I .
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tarovgta the IteeladWhen'I Win recor-
drain
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edit tttm my woW,sib wondered..If '
: .extravagance: bad, tbe vein
k I staid. ew eeeet' its .poaeesor. ::1
T WIt sent Bdrth bjj ea;''and after regaiaiaf held out. 'Butit'did not. There'was. PRESCRIPTIONS TELEPHONE
AND
: Just much sUrer in it, when"ItwaS'aU'gone'
so sand
mj. rtrefigtk joined :mj regl- CAREFULLY FILLED MAIL ORDERSPROMPTLY
Pedro's'inc 1 ( Il R 10R(
fl was gone.
Mat bortrbeore, Hw battle of Get EXPERTPHARMACISTS FILLED
had
He spent it as fast as be made Itand 1
If wtth before
t j tjrtorg. WM: e er.army FREE DELIVERY
when It ceased he .found,himself |
it PtUrabarf and:.wbe4' Rkbmood WM ;' FRESH' BY MESSENGER ORRELIABLE.DRUGS
r 1 .T eMt d waa'one:of 'those. . who. -gig with nothing.- : POST PAID ;
c tte.. ae ekyx;,- e- ; 1 t i '4 ': :;During this;' period-when;; bank-.billswereioating . 1 1E.. Church St. ORLANDO, FLA.PARCEL Y Ys.J

? ,* WIllIe ia':the=c. federate'.tsltWest : about like snowflakes, -ts-
Id*'hospital 1 to lee an officer:who Pedro's'-wifeIoresaw that when the "
' 1 was 1ft. .Cw.I'Jf hIe:cot In.a storm 'of: wealth bad passed the soil 'aiiiiiiiiiiimimiMiiimiittitMitiiHiTmaiGRAND ,, .. ..
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}If| taTmML;:> ,Near. :by, ties a screen seed fore.' She determined,'to.gather ghatsbe Jttl.O..tll.tOOD IIIIIC.IDlill eIIIO.I't.11
to pt t" a' Tana wbo was dying I : : could while, it lasted andJ beganputting >

'. f beard a'.Tflirewi/; :': 4 *. __ away' money' secretly.; Catching
.a 1 will give: 'yew:,Baewage. ""It,I have thousand dollar bills as they circled: ROLLINS S L COLLEGE[ [ Wint r rar

\\.t take 1t."It.._ about.:her,:sheconcealed. them In her ,
It was,tbe:roke'I tad beard on the clothing, ripping open articles, putting 1
. bsttleielrl: : the.bills' &and:sewing,them :up. It
Oldest College and Most Beautiful Grounds in Florida
a. I was aaitooa to.get a glimpse:of its Is singular,that while she and her huebaud -
x .w.*f, but.at"the moment the;man I had been:peons and had drudged '* Music
College, Academy, Expression, Fine Art, Domestic
:j eWes Wltb'was'eadeeroringto: Impress as such be lost sight during prosperity
.. h epos me.iewethlag he. wishedjme..toV of the fact that he might return to his .TODAY and Industrial Arts, Business, Teacher's Course.
do fee UHBU. As:soon as I fcould;getaway :degradation,. while his wife-took* precautions . Twelve buildings, steam heat, electric lights, fire pro-
.'. from went,for. look;be- tection fine gymnasium malaria
; : f titI I : a J against It. no quarter million dollar
,';; bind fete screen, 1.saw only'a,corp e.. ; When..Pedro.s. .mine' began to''showsJ endowment. Three teachers of music, $5,000 organ,

..-. .'; That WM *|Irk I made lo ttirfea for:the WITH US
woman that In order to keep It paying hemust, j for business school full
'" rooms banking equipment. New
.i I wiabtd to see bat told only describe work It on business principles he must '
,, bur at a' wO naIL"Ith'< iawe fvoiee. chemical and physical laboratories, equipped with every
] cut down the wastage, due to his metb-
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It spa net eaisaWh;' ;'TbererWere a numr oda'hemust .retrendrin. -the 'matter : modern device; analysis of soils, fertilizers, foods, water.

.b r of ladlee :,with'sweet voices. of,salaries;' must stop the'stealing. Preparation for engineering course.
t ...... I. Was?a' eoldier.'with other But ItP:had iint:.the ability, to',.change.As .' -- Lakes, boating, swimming, golf, tennis, football,
o.tIdIp t4 i on-apy .taethan looking for ' tie"-amount'of sUre tiken'ontof, Christian but, undenominational; moderate.
'expenses
:n a WWMII 1 a4'serer'seeEi..;y'Atany; ,his mine decreased it:Was met by the : Daughter: :
available. For
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1 ttr I Ia M Itaf' : ; the one balanced the other. ? A VITAGRAPH FEATURE in one reel, presenting
The War,haTing closed, my'Tetfmeat:' According to all well told stories,.Senora : WILLIAM FREMONT BLACKMAN,
; with others;waa,seat.aorta and after' Alvarado; who bad been sewing EARL WILLIMAS and LILLIAN WALKER, The Movie .
'- ,;tte grand tef tew at Washington;WM Ph. D. LL. D. President..
op thousand "dollar bills,' should.now .. ,
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.P.n'... oat;:,.I.had:studied I"prqfea- come forward aud,take the lead. But Fans Favorites.
+rrdso before eateria? the military'serf- true stories have a ,way of running t ..II""lllt'.tl IDI't.I'I"I"'IIIII"III"II""t..
let aad oa:returuinc to dill life oem- like :water-in channels.they' 'make for ,

-- av eK. ,witb: ay'profesrion.' Ito themselves. The good woman did not "The Counterfeiters I'
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..... .: I ,last-' woaen; ;who tion.. She died about the,time' .that the ;
,:.F 'ire ittr ctire to' aw:,;bat; somehow, mine. gave ", . iltf I MMdally"jHked oee of them,the Among..the servants who bad attend GRAND VIEW I !
WM MW to:r PeI..bl a'harsh' tone ed the deceased .was a.mald'who had of,any of them. j
?'ia ipeattatv. Several:;:years passed been 'in-hoc\ mistress,,service a 'long
pd tbougb I 'WM=domestic ;In ;mytealM while,and had learned the secret of ber
and woaJd bare liked tob. m.- hiddenwealth.: 'When the senora'a effects Ethics of Profession I .
Had I mmiaod .... ; were distributed thus: maid was ,
>Mac aped to Wt Mn ton on boatWM asked If there,was anything &be'wO ld I
wttt the teeet,1t'was.li-, tike She;asked for a quilt-that ,her A- Biograph Drama. ,That means the best.ORCHESTRA. Newest and most up-to-date hotel in
beloved mistress had under
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Legg that It bad become identified iI I
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quid a raeer of.women derks when ,' '
._ J sshcedd o&eof. ;them 'where: I.'should t her. :But in making the request theItrl' I, Canton. Situated on Academy Heights.
i showed possess the
anxiety article :
t.t',..we&_ for certain .Information_ :]. ::whkb "would,:be seen valued-- Overlooking the beautiful! Pigeon River

.. i memento. ,of ber.dear'mletreeeNoWYPedroandhle I,
G.. to.:'tfltWld 'auditor's.office .on wife.had
s'.''' a.Et fiepr aboTe.": / |.tttfa'with-regard;to,his extravagance many<:e. f Valley. One of the finest views in Western

I bad found ber.rone --I; i and 'she bad often warned him thatbewoela'one
Another of those splendid shows the: Grand has been
j ""Were:yuq nut; on: ':'.thLfieW I ask-: day come to want He I North Carolina. -
,- (.;$. 'Wftet of the .bathes -near woadered:at her death'It/she bad not I showing, lately.. Everybody's. talking'about the splendid

.klebmesd.r'hi 1882. ;succoriag. ..tJMt .been-putting.something'awayl for II 10
} .. service the Graad.We' can boast of having more t ,
,.ytetpisil"a rainy day. 'the.mald's anxiety possess ,
... : ,: fa: bedqoilt ,of :no'_valae,: when Special Features and single reels produced the leading
"algid Wht :ae 'aeitAera''seen ocM tfcW-weretotaer>articles farmers to I
....-..: ... .'< yoa set:OM 4aya hedged:_excited bk R., eJBBL.: .Bip- 'companies, Vitagraph and .Biograph, than any other MRS. J. R. McFADYEN

ta a Mild hhe coar...' .,. ,.far' . plea ap the oaitt.oat Wl ore tIM and i theatre in the state., !This means that we are giving,the ,
-- "y- dollar Ml.aftlr; aaethar.te .aeeaatilattng !

.,.7 pair (!: 7 N'tlrtitbs a beet da the floor.' i .best skew".that money.:.Caa" secare.. > 6.2o-d&w CANTON N. C.
,. iitafe JM ire' 'When Pegs' bed got Mt afi taeM .
old aid snit: i'-yei .bar and meted ta m be Mad )IbI et .
r : .'II ,.' ,, j I'llljt'I'II'I'I.IIII"'I I"'I.'I
agate a rich axis. Ba vaited by. aataYarfeace '- ". "I.
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c.: ."Bro. ym MT aatm MaMF w..r.1 .. la M lilt tnail..m...ate.WtWafeswt .. __ "
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The West Beach of of
.'lbM e.I1M........ ..>e J.k11J. l ltu5srlt. so. ,. ; : aTc..cr general auditor and assistant
aw*. yoa 'eesgatlsdr trade:has adopted resolutions a'skingtbe treasurer of that
.. .a:1t wt wean ,, :t; ?: railway companyand
*- ; 'u '- .: ,-.,,. :various:railroad companies doing that,he will make his headquarters
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.> .'. ': :._....tt..n _ru,.. .. BOW.a&fiter of'the lager. System. ,Interest Guarantee Life. & Loan Co..
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-' .,.','. 0s = .. .....' ...-. ..e.:.Ruman.rmrAlreadyo ., .. -t'| and 'electromechanical.rib w eat the bait off from.the. trap before. I
: GiII '\, '' : & the"'mice ,get to .it. There are two
: >Britiflh, akip, the Aml&aVfiM -",'
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," -: ," :: North i .During .the war no, ways around the, difficulty. Buy some -s
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':: ,. ...;;u.'n.- ...'...-..-. ._".... lea aiae; laid. ,by...th.. ... "Germ&iw- ,.with.' j I i i occurred to test the efficiency of..these scatter: it around for the roaches and
;... .;;.. ;..;! ..-. 1M the:'1Ga"of, 12t: '.. ,It ,might mines {the mere :
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,,. I' h..4!. .. ..;.!...i.J.II : ; .presence bait, the trap 'with cheap American S'
. .. .- . ; '7 ja tiee that: 'the"' ship 'Whieh prevenedthejFreAich: ; I 1I
ET !: ; ,;.', .. from skim milk cheese. Another would I .
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: placed the mine 'the. KoemgenLiaise, undertaking. operational '
,.:.... .".........;,;;.. LMirttr .' ; [ ,, bate watch for the roaches and hit :
_: '. 3i ..; !:! rS .{: was caught red h&uided.bj" ".a iota.. _ofBritiafe I ; The :Kaiser's.o' ) u jjftli'were, the, them. 'on the head with a shillalal (

. ,,:... 'tI -', '< .. . . :deetroyers: and. ..' sent.. '.to.: _the. I=: .re.l the frSlrf!their own just before they begin to eat the bait :
'ft. ..... -i'. ;; bottom. ".However,'the:Kaiser's minelayer ;'raisingjHfe-mine field the I Ii
from
'.. ; ,. v '"already.had..:sown-.:the .seed ofdisaster ,after the ,war otlwPtbe,:: Germans' trap."* '*

.:':, ' : w 1w ..., iri' iL 1..t;.fk;'.I....of. ,"and:'the""North. sea' may' see lost a great many'.livls}:'through'un One.of the most distressing things

...; = '. t1...Lit:M. -manrsbips[ ht:,Wow the waterline {expected explosions. < about the European war is the fact
".': mW.: ZW nIe at e and DavyJones''Locker' In the' ,
: .MiW.es' k<.Ys : present war since the loss that the rich Americans. can not re-
: .. _... .. as Were sunk by,mines in the"Yellow t of, the British a -
,-'. . I ,Amphion, German main,.,and, lose their money at Monte
,y ',,", .e>.-' ,. ,", -- ', sea: in ,the" :Japaneee.Russian strug.Great .-',torpedo bat'was.blown: up by. a' German Carlo.

. ;.; :s > n.Ses tiMl. feat. *, gds (l 'mine i(1I1e'I.lti ,. and.an Aus *
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... to &f..ir wwhrdL ,
. ."\" 1" _.' -;." _. .. ': ,'waters' >and;; it1. is. credit: The prE r,1.type 'of. submarinebOmb of The Hague treaty to know
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-,;: "d<:, ',' ': altly"rted that: Austria-Hungary, was:pircfecied by the Italians. whether holding up the Clyde.steamer

THUISDAY- .AUGUSTM1914.Msiayac ,V. ;/ , ... .France}... ''and(, Rusaa. ,.have', done ;like- There are.two types of contact mines,' : Lenape by that English warship is 1
we.'c:; those that explodewhen struck and sufficient, cause for declaring war

} _,_ ._kwwly,T :girl,- "triee, '.To':the-peace.lover,this.menace:toshipping hose which a\i'iode when tipped over against England, but if it, is, as soon
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ds" woefully shocking, and by a passmp\essel,'but only-when an as,we can find' a man. who wishes to .
' p ioc.wAhPerte',. :: yet, if ia'subeteiitially in.. '.keeping with electric! carre iJs: switched on .from: fight we will send him over to demand :
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' : ;. 'j'0' ; . he;'ifiternatioBal agreement'"enteredinto"t the; 'shore. Thest: latter mines are satisfaction 'of the king. Pos- :

.., So ; people: :are:wboHy'= at;The JBagoe' after the conflict only-for haibor: defense. They are sibly it was only a shrewd piece of :

.*TMttw- wiWf"- -* f may_ BOt"be'the'- -> in the far:East., This 'country cannot harmless, to:icng as there'is no current advertising by the Clyde Line people, .

<: ? & mince.'matters; the United States but become active when the elec- similar 'to the diamond robberies : "

fuss a_party'to,that understanding.This Iricity is turned. on from shore. Thus which the big actresses occasionally : DO

:. .. The" Tampa,"and. '..Mian. .;newspaper- -may wear':extremely barbarous these 'mines are a menace to hostile allow. : .

.*g&.,]ia"): alawt:mAed; 'the:ulti..' .for.>:there_ ,was 'a .(day. when the ships, but: offer no danger to peaceful *, .

ma1 stage.:, < submarine 'mine was abhorred, as vessels. "Through Hell to Peace" is the : YOU

> Robert Fulton found put' earlyinthe, The mines being'planted now in the startling caption of a story in a current .

".'.. '. :A.baebe11ia} a has been;organs: nineteenth century when'he'SOughi: to. North sea are- obviously not of the magazine. Perhaps the author :

,',.."., :.=iced;at.:TaayA. sad. Arcadia''ii left interest British admiralty.,in;this latter type.' They are in the open sea consulted the spirit of Gen. William :

: t manger ilang.the. most for- too.:far 'from any base of operations Tecumseh Sherman for pointers, as I KNOW?
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midabfe of fleets:_ Since then the susceptibilities to be controlled. They are there he wandered through the scenes of .
'John'Lid'w I
"corr lJ wid 'as bug'.aa the'censorririp -. a change.and;the submarine they have no powers of discrimina

':w"'wg'irell., \, 'L'- ,- .mine i is_now..an accepted: and:acceptable tion. They will go off under.a friendly Victor Starbuck's: latest" piece of : IT IS INEVITABLE THAT AFTER
-"I- blank "The Wind, in
,;t'.., ..J 0: ..'..' .engine of I destruction.. '-ship:just as quickly as''underthevessel verse, appears SUCH A
the, September number of the "Smart SUCCESSFUL SALE AS WE
Xoaeprmakeethe._ IO., tort.. ...'John, :England,alone'is::MJJLte(have' 20,- of an enemy Set. Without of the mysticism I
0. RodiediilsC.hse: aiteaitifle .goat 1 000'of tJ esniin ..for.service. any HAVE JUST RECENTLY RECORDEDTHAT .-
of Browning or the incomprehensible R
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'taliI'm'pU&. .. /. .I &fin;military )logic,4 feere' is '"a rational -
.. : IIf M: metaphors of.some other writers, Mr. :
,excusefor the sowingof; coiltact i OF "HAPPY WEEK"
; :' Starbuck's latest reveals -WE
: production
aF.Seirebip' riaec, .to.;remark;;:tht I mines:in'the 'open.see. 'Accord- L
Ma'D. .'BodwMW. .has"doae a'lot; ofAre'yoa ingto: ._the old Roman law/territorial : the clear.thought and poetic mind of'the ,I SHOULD HAVE MANY LINES OF

geed thugs... : 'one of_.them?; I rihts.in.adjacent waters extended up McCUllOCU'SDepartell author * '
STAPLE
GOODS
:. .>... : : to..the middle lines, ju.sfas.two_neigh- i'I Popular Mechanics shows the pie- THAT ARE BROKENIN

',s, 'CtroKaa J ierejig-;: .mereowr'the boring states upon:a.river,have their ;Iture of.aw hi made, out of a pig's ASSORTMENTS.

, W... _of.. CeleBleaeetbsi; -t I boundaries J in. the center of' the StortJelly'Tumblers itaU, which a 'Sodus New York, man rr
the Pwch,we W.ever the ooeupatienNII. stream.. : has made to disprove the saying that '

) . ... '- .Applied' :-to oceans, and" 'seas, this I' you. "can't. make a whistle out of apig's .:
= i was..deemed too extended a;' field of I tail" As we learned the saying :
Hairy Ftofd a resaea the.German. i control and the territorial :
:accordingly it was to the effect that "you can't I .
1 Xaiaer aa.bwtiwr. ,;bet Harry is doiag limit; o(three miles, sometimes make whistle. .out of a pig's 'ear." : THE TIME FOR DELIVERYOF

..4te..:to aNp: ' "feeee* /' 'boys. offMi" called;a ;marine' league, was ''set,, be- ( So the gentleman from Sodus has got : s

aaue'iii. those days j, the range. of Fruit Jars another try coming : OUR
artillery did not reach beyond that. ,55 I
'J :''. '''' ,ei..i:1 '"ir.\ Today.>the:gresst 'guns! ofthe newest With.many'of the state newspapers :

.. MHtt. has. nofetfig'whatever todokt "knocking"' scheme and I FALL GOODSIS
:dreadnaughts have,a bombarding the many
pvapare:Ae. eMef1pige.. .of. the rafige:of nearly fifteen mile,. Therefore .all kinds. more prominent citizens declaring I

peaJa'Starv. ofo" r. ,:'if the enemy:can bombard.coast they will not contribute towards the : RAPIDLY APPROACH. i

S aides from,that great distance. uf at Florida exhibit at the San Francisco t

;.i' ; : !'elieeksof ..thetwapaaa sea,:why should itnot be permissible le exposition,. the boosters are startingout ING AND WE NEED ALL

; soWiar may-;look:good to to"mine"the
p .?tome", bet'Yfiei oars::w ] 1"take: 'the: the coast r tions. But there isno: such word as THE ROOM POSSIBLE

;, pew eta eMeb-&f.tM'Aaer.. : -' _,The,:.Germans ,are'. not,' new at this "faiT in the,Florida'Publicity\ diction-
1eaI'M ii&, form' of coast defense .. 'ary therefore ready to
;and in this ,- you may get
2ft.S..taife AveMe.imimittmHiiMitH..
..5 : .. great;war::.they, are:but profiting b y I.!;see a state building and a creditable

..Segv:fe:fofflg:up:l het'aatorobiles past experience., The mor effect oi display at the big show.,

are+ odeuof" :d&we.aad,;the rich :have f

ue. ooedied'te:w rry whUe:.the poor ,-- -' SO H'

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": : ': .t"< ,; ; ,: .* }Dogs your Kodak; take a good picture? If not we will examj j ,

; :Tfce: :;Phaidiipiiir Nationals. ,may e.it.and; All films. expert. ALLTHE, BROKEN LINES OF STAPLE ,,
.telJJ: why developed by f
Y train ia Oeak*,:aid in:that:event we u : .

; will lei the Birmagaam trim .' .10 CENTS' ..ROLLcELBOY AND DOMESTIC COTTONS, LINENS, #3
.a at"tae
faygrew aeits .
< .ting.' DRESS GOODS AND SILKS WILL BE
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tiMaThe : 0-' .. m i 8 .PHURMA.CY
BoMiafi. "laded.. . intbeEuropeanw : PRICED REDICULOUSLY LOW DURING k

wilt at.Wa t be ',.,.nd.the.mdiaf -. ,Give as Tritl; Hkk toft very ii'trap. PI9NE M. T" sir lee Creel.T ? THE NEXT FEW DAYS.
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;1 4 ._.__ &-1&Wiii'= We 'toIBaa OPPORTUNITY OF FITTING
i TslOti/sp'e/etue! : FterWa end '

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'oed U s lacinf can get's'aa Gir.iiiii eaB ;rt amy ijumeiirtratinii" h by'aFr ," : ; !{ '. For ,t e.rld'e. ,,.countless: things in Silver, ;f 'lt.. ; "" 'MANY. OF THE GOODS WILL BE SOLD.. rAT -
i oorpeTa _: ; Glass' and Fine Rare: 'of ': .I
China jewels every .
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t 3aaanafc, :' Abe:'-its' :to:knew, : :,,i:- . For; ;;Bridesmaids. c Ladies, of Honor. Flower**.t .\ MANY OF THE: GOODS WILL BE SOLD. ". .. ....,

i.; te tha ewet" war:faM erS.. '- 1i1I1ij'' :"; ; 'Girls' etc Bracelets- Brooches Bar Pins, La ''Val.. .; ; BELOW COST! :
lslae thR aftf ve ::: : ;, : /: :- _

'.dl., byre,, b.'if, ."., .ewditgwa: jtr.a,.beg-., : ; ;:./:.: ': : '_ .Hers: Wristlet" Watches, Silver' Vanity. Cases. ":: : :.- ., .y :

{} ...... -- ;: :. Iitie .. :, -" ,- (,. ,Purses, Card Gases-,:etc. "* -4"? J- .: . .

"" .- :. ...t.. -." 8 '. . '. "Jr\. , -a -;, . For the ushers-Cuff Links. Coat-Chams, Tw.Ct.=, }t .. -'.' ...:I.
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iao.s people':are: od i Weilbea : '., "..- ::.\ ;: '_ .- .Pocket" "Chains, ::pull Dress Sets., Gold and Silver_ :. ; : :; THE OPPORTUNITY. .IS YOURS : y
.ii y;taaukiee. c f war do "_ ,'. ::0.J' . :..: ;. '".. ;
bear .raaek the.isianab: If ti7tIa'Ireeii (' _. '. :,::_ : ;jPen:Knives" Pencils, etc. ._ .--. WILL' YOU' ACCEPT IT?? A-

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__ 1a.tl :,, ""'txt.t; Res.-: Bob Leonard in,The Dream" K r .'__.. ....2 gals. "

:11 Dtthe'Nm I.f: At,tfci tatter.lee-Mine'Mary :StBanltn..Frartier.' '"Pretzel. -- Captures' then Directions:-.DisBojye .tlie' soap in trci II It t Mien's"

GMnuey-;,k 'ipMKfac the"saamer.Mr. ' ., o_.....' .,On Suspicion," by Phillip water:by boor .,; ";"" Take. fromthe,. ,. fire 4. : _
._:: j. 'r' ; , Saalley and Lois. Weber Written $ ..
.HarettfBwiree:arrivedremNew and produced by Lois Weber., stove an.J ..:,,. :.hot, :,H#* ,( /O ,. . ..

,(York'.. ;yaitorday: :and;wiH' spend kerosene 'Ti .. : .i ieft mu1 ..

? ...:.. .eejkbtstd: '!.area. .dOr,\ ...' ':tit is "an, early riser;who gets .out sifted by pum ":Aharg beingdirectedittttq' . : , .. L

Sy Mr, .Bwirne' ':Sfifl'" ;have 'charge'Of the i into :,the 'front yard: in the, morning: : ,'.,,!'ie.:receptacle' 'Give us a chance: to 'show
krge ,p kiag bow :of"Kr. ::Walter 'ahead of the lad ,who delivers the which. contains i
the : in
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-Q at JUHkad this season. In order to/o&IH'irsnray' mixture i
Morning.?:Sentinel. up North Orange '
watches.
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eontaimngapp i :. 'y 5 per'cent
avenue. The latest, war .news ,is on :
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Bat; *ftfyoa >waat tap every: morning before: sunrise., pl "Kerosene. ., ,lea...;..W" gallon,jf above' We' will trade in your pres -
Eat afl. waatrTalw / , .
yea to'12 l2vgallonBbarrel 'grater 4 to watch allowing
ent -
: "a peetBcrlpt and forget it. -' ; or a or movement, -

'''hive iiI* feriN: 4 For aide by, afl,druggists.:-1; ': ,Some, one sent a post card pictureof E *, *. + ..!'t.l.. ". . you a liberal amount.
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; 4thepo.d: a ao.Ot? ;r' :l-7-d&w-lyr. . I the 35-story-Equitable'Life build- 'r.' ,"\. ,_.. If you have any idea of .
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Mr. H. a BaHwfeaai*otha re- I.. .'"John, ;Fender..' .has. 'arrived" -from-I ,: MASTERPJE.IN, FIVE1LStfi getting a watch we would.. appredate ? ., '.
Ja ntyjay tnm a plsasant sweeps out the ,postoffice and other "i.4. !:. ;
lad time iB ifitereeting children to thar A;host: interesting showing you. :
with in I places-on Orange avenue. Asked if ; derfully I
tdMtvea Tarps. ;> hoMe" m;tlw,:metropolis"" ,."Frid yPoDtIer'J ... ''Mrs..' lie.could' out all. of the officesin feawre:; hoto- lay;,entitled "DaughtertOtJ1en Our prices will surprise::,
"visiting',.her parents,,. Mr. sweep ," written by Charles '
,W. J and atdrs.&aH..Berry." ;I in building, he. replied, MYo .bet K1ein i.' r' of The Lion and theM ,
f tog i Utitogfcw, D. C/H: p to ; ,; : yo' life I could if I could''get the keys, _:'t d "The Third Degree .
alb rt ; with wfllvbe'slbwn at the Lucerne theater you.Allen&Co
a lilii MrsJohnE.: Turner, of. Orlando, yarly in the mawninV *
today. ;This great metropolitan mys-
;- { g : en roate to Tampa,and Pass-a- riIle, tery of romance and intrigue,.full of :

stopped, 'over. .:for,a.day,.the guest of .Hon' Braxton \Beacham received a heart 'interest and sensational.from
Mr. and MM. CJuriw.M. Setten her'brotlter- ,',Mr;:;W. 'F.;Johnson,' resuming letter yesterday'from Hon. S. S. Griffin start to finish, is oneof. the best fea-
ketpigbNaeat W..'8 S t'Jack- ture films produced by the Lubin Jewelers
her Journey todayLakelandTelegram. who was:in Chicago at the.time company, and is in.five reels..
et,wlNe e ; eMr of writing. Mr. Griffin is visiting a film
-.* .. This ,features the best stars ol
> ** *jFv 'f. number.of cities in the Middle West, the'Lubin,screen, and the story< is f"I Reliable Repairing ,
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.; ;Jir:'- ..:'\W" .;Bass, Orange county's doubtless gathering ideas that win.:be fully as intense as either of the abovementioned

J. W. Awkrion ft liisti'aightUdil popular 'and efficient "deputy ,sheriff, beneficial to,Florida. which are by films the,same the author.scenarios of:

AaanticCoast'I&e trMaria 'yeatdo1: to.Orange .Center yester- '- I' A fine Thanhouser, entitler'"Gen-j ,
R where she wfll-riot 4ayandeipec4a: to return.home today 'Mr. Chas. Rock and daughter, Miss II tlenian for a Day," will also be shown.

for the wit six wedts.: wi i::him family .and.make this,,city Olga, have returned from Tarpon The Lucerne management has I
shown the public of Orlando that the
hie Jt m :; :They,will, go to housekeeping Springs,.-where they went to attend best ,films can be played at 'five. and

.1'5116. 'East' -street. . the 'funeral of Mrs. Anna Doerler, ten" cents, and when we say five and Db
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yetterday aad dorhif '. 'her. maternal grandmother. Funeralservices"were ten cents, we mean five-cents'for both 1 ,
: make Mr7i&H. Ka&r former children' and adults in the balcony, .
: lojwn i IB the1tkjiirR1 ; a cigar held from the Catholic -

" at,the' "San'Jaen." " maaofarturer of-This city, returned I 'church at:Tarpon Springs Monday afternoon and cents five for cents adult for for'children first floor,and.ten seats.. I ., c1III !

1 >V' yesterday .from ;Bey"wW'mth,:'hia: and..interment was made inCycadia This,is the only house in Orlando Oi' =
Mr.W. Colinrtn sM ct yfteterdayk family):and:.wiU again engage'in'cigarriBg i iJi cemetery.-' that has not raised the prices for feature _

iacKiMKfiBt where he w t to bay Jim," 'Hie,.--'factory. ', ,will'... r !., and.we films intend'during,"to the continue summer the months'same, i .. MMMitillMMMIMMIItliMMfDEATH
*i tic Aoek of w U pajw:for Ae'Or- .lieloeated'at 108 W 'Centratav; = .MISS' MARY ROBINSON ENTERTAINED policy of popular prices for each and I f' '1. <<'

i&t aad Wallpaper company.P. ., BW;,and,he hopes.to have jf busy ,in ', AT DELIGHTFUL every day of the, ',week during the""entire :' .'jmf/lJn
a MOrt 'timer. BREAKFASTMiss winter months,: plying asgoodpictures : ; .
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F. HOCWHAN, Uo d Plumber, :I;.. ,:!:" ._' ; as are .produced,, providing ,. */> .
vofic w;'fldrpneoc.. ;Mrs: 'T/IV.'Warlow.and. children, Mary Robinson gave a very we can count on the same proportionof $
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with which. have
Grace iHl:Ton bdrs.;W. L.Nuckols, delightful breakfast yesterday morning been patronage'favored since ':''assmmingeontrol we : ; TO ROACHES
,.in honor of Miss Shirley Montague , } .
KiM:Hekn: Way?and Mr.-:DeLaney of this theater. 't '
Mra.i. .G. AWwtky;le kyeefer= afternoon for ,'of Jacksonville. The'war in 'urope:will.not.affectour '
Way
left
:jyesterday; ::1 Jormick's
Bee Brand'Roa h Killer will rid
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to v 1NCees, : B ach in .Mr. S., Y. Way's The guests :were seated at three >r
Deyteaa
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a wi11M: absent : daintily! arranged tables in the, cool The majority otthe; seats in the /plice roaches. .
: large:tewing. :.car. :DeLaney:;wB1're-: : Lucerne have'been'-spaced sufficiently ,
tai ie iiRe et NoVM '; ted room, each,table decorated, with "
tanCtoiiay","kt.the. others'will.tarry far.apart sO that those already seated ;

byJ t1 e seaside..for sortie' tune.a. beautiful, .!; '. flowers s., .and' a ,i ur-eourse may remain so' during'the'entire performance . INSECT POWDER
there is sufficient
room
yet
'-s1Y. . ,,: repast'was served.
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tp; L agent; <"Prof r ."Henry. Nehrling_ of.,."Gotha, an. Hand;painted place" ..cardS added to or them space to,for insid others seats to,witI1 pass*n.t(:;causing nt'-of' \ McCormick's".Bee Brand will kill flies, mosquitoes, I
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eiwaied, refined German,{'left o 1;the I the attractiveness of'this pleasant'4 any ;disturban: ,or-rrnyenieuce.' : bed bugs, ants, flees, moths, lice and other insects.

'a, 11at ie I OM;o'clock.:train yeetifday: for;San,, fair,:each" guest, :,spending. .'a.mosttIP- :You:d9,not. have toget, np. : (;

.iiera' k.,,gees.- ." ',jjfr. ', >y 1 I joyable.morning: r r-4.-':. i t Potted Plants Cut Flowers Funeral
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size chickens.
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MrrD06ehlllratypil." Frenchman- -Those,PreSent 1I'tip guest '207 E,LivingfltOfi'avenue.: ,,,8-27-31, F
The, whole'Pranco.Prueaian war'quwtion - honor.,were Mrs.. A.TL:Bogue; ,.ldrs. WANTED .Good:':second hand buggy, .Designs, Wedding Decorations.
cNimr aMid;"jostcfby :. :wffldeBbtIe. : i.to:be,settled before. Harneyrand Missesawkins, Wilson, 'with top.' Must lie.cheap' for. cash.Address -_

: Mdeh Mt rt.'H.:G. Partin Anf Prof..NeiarKfigreturns:. -- Stansell, Berta'Bea sham, Mary Hyer, -J.-F.rBorl7&*. '> city. 8-27-tf 7
e re reert et die Ifveyxr. ; ,:...;......;-.. MinnaHarris: ,Norma, Bunch, Ella *' : v ::' :f NJ
t. J. Mattes: on ;Eetaf yani,1a# Slemons ,' Elizabeth) Branham, Clara T.'F. HOUB1BANLie,: enBed Plumber.' : THE SANITARY GROCERY IDRUTHERS
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.. :Eat what. -'yoa want.. Conscientious work-at-fair prices.
"'Take a' postscript-and forgefit.' .." Holland; and Augusta Wrightr Phone, 629. :lob Court'Bt..' .' ,,8-23-tf

',;' :For.sale,by all druggiat, *. _; : *"* / : ;' & GORE
Mrs. A. N. OoWwyn, of Ch ta KHEm .j :,. ., _; ,'1-1-. < &'., .ff. MRS. ROGUE GAVE DINNER 'DRESSMAKING: : ..
b 1 g b ps aie, -' Rooms-3 ;and:4 'over.. Hammond'&
acid lair. Q Pd' :Mr; and :Mr. 'W: :L :.D live,';who has.:been '. .. PARTY Bunch's 'Store, Church .stree 'Wfll Phone 200
: eDjo7ag.ti.eiie: ists of,New Yark.for, ,Aymerry ,.dinner party ,was 'given close every week; ,on' FrW yat" 6. ,
ed'ate
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o'clock and. Saturday'at
reopen
returaed '- p-nL 6 & 8 E. Pine Street
the put three :"weeks, yes"terday list: evening. 'by Mrs. Bogue at her 6 p. mi: Perfect satisfaction.at; ,mod
i .on the Tampa' Special and reports residence on'West'street, in honor of erate'prices.. Mrs.'.A. S.Hodges.. ai

: haviag had\&most: delightfultine. her three "guests, Misses Stansell, 8-26-6t iiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiHiimiiiiiimiiMiiimimtimffffgfffff

etiaesji .: His'granddaoghter' (:Miss:Lau Hawkins and Wflson. --

Jpeaa w rrar -f 'retta. ,'Crux;v:.w..ho. "::accoaapanied, .,,,him' : yery'deKcious course dinner was ta !I MIMMMIIMM" iiiiiiitnnnniimiif mill1MIMtMIMMIIIIIIIilMMiHH::::::
i :Over',in,'.,Jacksonville for. 'a rve('for,tenand!:; was 'greatly enjoyed , .
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tto Tirt At iA r eyvni few.... :d .... J ; by _those present. Quantities .
q '' 4b Let ..:.,'>,..;. 19 'A . ,of.'beautiful'roses. ',were. "used 1n profusion f q.
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',:P....,".-uj- '-.:"au.-".. ........ -to.Pi4011E ..-... andwill, greatly. improve it He Wilt :. : ,

The 9rtW it at tdlres to" f : 6z9w reeaodel the and it '
fW.. :' ; .( ;..'-. '.;. .; building enlarge
It oar Wftdws dieR ...i"". :Street' by) taking in',the shoe shop adjoining. :J(' =.:: :' .. : :" >'Y',
.The:work will begin at an early date
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iwlr1 1iTT WOMAN. lGELL:; ; FAILS. WANTS )
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PEOPLE'S
- .1N.IWIDIIII"SINATIt. : . -' _! .umber. I aths and Shiuglt S
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;f' .: Sto ho3mSweden: :Aug.:.. .-:t'he'Womaa's. I ,

fI s ffrag "bill,;,supported by :.DUNNiMAKNot ,

.tbe.Lilwral. and: ..Socialist. pa ties; '
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., .* rwdNd tat that i, Fiwdi JfaeJtfbf ; . . tiw aArtrtinnuBti for this/"celama. .u' so
iosetlona wilt .to.made, credit,
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i." tin fifht ia upper Ateee, PHANTOM'.FRIE4NDS :LEAD RICH "
te* ml ateoft fefew* the towns ;- -- WOMAN' TO;: HH8.DEATH T.F: HotmmAN, licensed Plumber. : ORLANDO
.Conscientious work at fair prices
'" .'ftfltt..2r j rt.Jagtdorf,)_. I .' = Denver, Cete.;Aag..25ir-Mr8.Ma-. Phone 629.' ..106;Court St. 8-23-tf

1J4. 'a4: t #fldit Chapman,,eighty-two. one- of the.
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,';- ," Wea WANTED. -Couple to'live on country
\ /W..PNek.. soMiers_Whti'Levepaewd ; where e"wuknowD'as''Grand.. ; -. place Call 'or'' address, 400 West Royal Cesent, Agatite Plaster and Perfection LimeJ"MiMiiMMiHMMicimilMt'

tie Swi f rte,a.. aw:.m- jaa," was found dead., St"night-in a Central avenue.

; : tip$>M e apesk'bigblyof.&e,buy; moantain pass, '.near Steamboat
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fit /'tryrftta Carman,troeps.. Springs. I Several weeks ago she told FOR SALE-A number of good hard . '
: .:.' Tkty aaj:\the";Germans. ', 'evidently. '..1" family 'she: was, going".to visit fence posts and second hand lumber
'ttnk .ot.., rf:tfcek lives .in::"tiisar I|""phantom' friends"'.on the a other ,side for sale. Call on or address' Mrs. / Statement of the Condition of the
E. F. Hoskins, Orlando. 8-ll-2w
1 .*ort* to gain_a vieUry;:over greet of: thegreat eeatitial. divide, who .

lddi, ,',, :TWr one'dwire. ,I tiiey'say,'apjpaars J I j I had told her in u vision to pay them a I Orlando Bank & Trust Co.

to, 'he-to.do'. 'the'IBM feoftariyto 'I'call Her,son,W.. A.:Chapman, put'a FOR RENT ,
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d ',tbing. -serp :- A*=_arose asd;when'l'I f watch' ,'upon .her,' hut, nine* days, ago Orlando, Flat

4 paired ,.J.W.f, :tfceyacsio ..- ; bpd; FOR RENT
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I.. "...., ... .. By,j I I 'A'. broken.fence; showed_'the' directionshe :; : Fourteen room house; modern, up- At the Close of Business June 30th,1914.
: to-date; partly furnished; on Lucerne -
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had.taken.. Two hundred
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Circle; with-garden, fruit and ftClW- RESOURCES.
,AU8TWAN. raOOPS:MASSING.;ON friends with'bloodhounds took up the ers. J..F.Watkins.7.30d&wtL
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s' ... f ITALIAN,BORDER" : traiL They passed: the spot several Loans and Discounts $379,514 36

H:1: : : : :I ltimea,,where-, her" body finally was FOR RENT-Two office spaces in '>. Over-Drafts . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . 622 34
.b... t 1f,.;vJa .Paris,: 'ug..r 26.Swoto ;.:'" found= by a ranch hand.SPECIAL. our'store at'No. 9 W. Church street '.:.: Stocks and Bonds ., ; 26,01833

.J The' : :saya. :.notwithstaB&ag' ' ,deef .-.1. Come in and we win show you. Pierce . '. Real Estate, Furniture and Fixtures ". . 26,637 37
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},> ?aiiis .:tie ;AMRia' 'ngevernsaeat,'I It Electric Co. 3-29-tf .{. ';'. : Cash on Hand and Due from Banks ... . . 291,393 48
i1.A ua&Isa troeps.are,massing.on':thefw i ,LABOR DAY EXCURSION TO
.. ... I DAYTONA BEACH
: "';- ti 'movementsINW MISCELLANEOUS
hs : r.,. The. $724,185 88
t : met fat first'but;'orders from Orlando "
; :. .' -Baa leaves, Sunday September LIABILITIES.
r.Y Vi.M.k,the lAit:forty-eight: hours I '6th,. six-thirty a. m.; returning ]LOST Small,solid red female hound.
: r9*p.8.d.prec" itate action. At Treat Monday,evening. Number of Taxed and subject of larceny. Reward Capital Stock .*. :. . $100,000 00
'" passengers limited to ten. Fare $3.00 for return. John M.-Cheney., Surplus and Undivided Profits .0. . 39,96135
toff fa incest movement of troops
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round, trip.. Don't del only .ten 8-16-d&w-tf '
., ; irdire fit:lansbruck.RUSSIANS .: I'can go.. See Morton Jones and se- Re-Discounts . . None
cure a ticket. . ...Bills Payable :. . .. None
.. . ,.' FOR SALE Second hand
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: - 3 MORTON JONES&' SON.825.tf. sewing : Deposits . . ;
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S . ..INCREASE. SUCCESSES. : machines; drop head Singers rotary .
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J.' > -. : : White, rotary Standard, New :: . Due to Banks . ._. . ... ... . ... 1,55506
) ;. 1Wl8 :.'..2fi.-A,' fromiotaforththat Home, and other makes. Will be <" .
r y.,._ : W-- " .,;Aar' dispatch. Sponge Farm a Success sold cheap for cash this month. Call
" :: ;; kPM",: ;: Ruse A submarine;:farm is in, existence :at Singer Office, or phone 321, C. B. $724,185 88

'" . .Vt ,lien-'troops, foBowkig. -. ".up .their "advteges -' conducted by the United Lindsay, manager. 8-11-tf Reserve Carried by the Bank . ; $291,393 48

.d j.: . ::is,'Galkia,:: have captured States government,for 5 the purpose Reserve required by Law 116,533 89Reserve

-'. swrrealp4aeses'ae :of'Tarnepdh on of 'discovering the mostprofitable Who is your palmer and decorator?
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.y t the'Ss. ith ,river_.," Terms is;'eighty, :. :manner' of growing If you are satisfied keep the one you in Excess of Amt. Required by Law $174,859 59
''& \ have if not W.
' i&r tiles to the 'eut'rofIAmber' ; phone T. Entrican,
The farm is at Biscayne '
k. ; sponges. Ne. 636. 1-20-tf Deposits on June 3Q 1913 $527,758 01
. of Attfltruffi ,
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Fla. of
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t l : : ,. : "acre June 30 1914
Deposits on 582,669 49
beet rortad Xa G'at a
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1 L wages was planted : an exipense OPEN ALL NIGHTThe :
... tin ,fr..twr. -.The" Ruseiane
cap 1 of, In four
: : $113. : years City Drug Store is at your service i '
'twwl.:two. Uttema-- ,artillery., and the;acre was .harvestedand, the both day and night. Prompt, INCREASE . $54,91148
,' : :m,)lii,.... S.t dependable,_ courteous. tf ;
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returns to
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"f' The management of the Orlando Bank & Trust Co., endeavors
Pl1 ,. j. Saturday Globe Utica, N. Y.t' .
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:t' but conservative
; WTOWNG ANNIVffiSARIES, NANCY HALL and Porto Rico sweet 0 to persue a progressive policy, to be liberal in its
,J f potato slips at L75 adhere the lines
."* '-**--" $' -' $ per 1,000. treatment and to to legitimate of banking.
;, First class Brazing:
"' a specialty atWarman' Quick delivery Cash. Apopka Plant .110 Accounts of all who desire the services of a well-equipped and
: Repair Shop of Court St.
We uealways'Wanting; to mow Co..' Ap pka, Fla. 6-24-tf
1' 12-5-tf. safely conducted bank are cordially invited.
.H_. ..wlttt. :a ,certain wedding:anniversaryis , .-
. and.'are;always{ca ag ;outlirtsof { ''t. WOOD 'FOR' SALE DYNAMITING done in all its branch i

.b tiwm that;we'hftf>pefl to find'andL r i 'For'.the monthof, August I will es. Clearing land 'is our specialty.Let .
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..rt'g tlHfB-away,,_so.'c&ref ally' wee sell, at my'farm, pine at 85 cents per us do your work. Estimates
'J --- mace:fed,tbeffl,"a aiiu. Here':is, strand,.,and oak,at $1.00; also some WANTED -To exchange Vose piano, !
: .. saw.logs cheap.' A,- S. Hodges, R.1, cheerfully. given. L. N. Lewis 406S. WHERE SHALL GO TO SCHOOL)
.aao&w:,list::we can :tatoatand; .KHto ;,..Orlando.v 7-304m East street 7-14-lmo in good condition, for Victrola and ,

" ..' :' wire, :i ihwt'ca. vertlyat .-----. records. Piano may be seen at .For FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE t UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA!
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WOOD. COAL FOR WOMEN
AND ICE
: for sale at;a bargain1if; ,.taken now Fla. I GAINESVILLE
tl 'l'he"stock in the: store will Invoice Wood,- $L50 a'strand up.H- nd's TALLAHASSEE.

,' : ,iL \ about ,$1,500.. .The house "contains. 5 Coal Yard, phone 566. : College of Arts and Sciences;Normal School;| -
: 9.31tfThe' School of Music School of Expression;
rooms,- size of:lot 80x150, all set. in ; i
Foeht flowers.. .. _. good fruit.trees. Storage house and School of Art; Extension Division; Graduate 8 Colleges and Divisions; Liberal Arts
'' School: Modern Gymnasium with swimming Law; Engineering; Agriculture Teacher j
.: : poultry; Conrad 'Ackre, Concord Robert Hungerford Normal pool; basket ball and tennis courts;new and J 1 I College Experiment Station; Extension DJ
: GroceryJ 8-26-6t ne Cathedral buildings beautiful dormi- vision Graduate School Ten brick
t Park: : cooORLANDO. modern ; campus; new buildings
M and
l Industrial School will.throw besides
openits lories have all modern conveniences; new gymnasium swimming pool an{
.. ewoO1e4., *-? -s WALDECKER FISH MARKET doors October 1, 1914* for its fall dining room and kitchen most hygienic in-I many subsidiary buildings. (1 officers ir.l
"- s.JSs; FLORIDA Florida; 418 young ladies from 49 counties structure and assistants. 354 young mel
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Boone
= a rubber. 206 Street term We all ; .' hope students Will be and 12 states last session. j 24 States an
i One door south ,of Hammond-Bunch (Formerly known u Pell-Otrk School). TUITION FREE in College and Normal foreign countries last session.
fcimp Wednesdays'.and Thursdays. present on the first day. The build School. Board acd entrance fees for the TUITION FREE, Board and Entrance Fe
Always large asosrtment. of'fresh and ings are being thoroughly renovatedand i REOPENS OCTOBER 7 year 1124.00.EDWARD For catalogue CONRADL write President. i i $132.50 per year.A. A. Write MURPHREE.today for President catalognl I
Ete nhst eL " is.I . salt:water,1isb._ 8-26-3t everything being made
as. comfortable -
Boardinr and Day School for Girl--
::1 TwtIf silk'and fee_Irnen.'::?: \' .as possible.: Any informa- Ikjnltr sad Special Conrset-Primary,

:,loos;. : ;':;:1. Don't wait for every one'1n.towntohaver tion concerning 'the school may behad Mnsic intermediate-Art-HocnUon and Academic-Phy.ical Grade Culture- I FOR RENT Fivft room house with FOR SALE '

. ..Wiwv., .:, ,..2'1 .!, .:'. '" you;.try Entrican.: 'Anv,too, the'painter.busy ,to look, before you by writing Mrs. R. C. Calhoun, -Domestic and Samundinc Science-Admirable*-Climate Healthful Situation I five acres of good truck land; fit-I Nursery stock, one, two, three an

,. !! erystel i, up.: Phone, 636.and I, will be on the Eatonyille, Florida. 88Sat..tfG.OO i Careful Low Rates.Home Life-Capable Teacher. teen minutes walk. from postoffice. four year old buds; Foster Earl
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.Tae>ty'fdtti-rsllver.,, . :':. I ."., Roderick Rector..P.' Cobb, Bishop President Mann. Address Sumpter F. Davis, 209 Irvine Navel Address Mrs. M.Kah

'ti 0: ,pewl., : ,', ti' -. street. ,8-25-6t Apopka, Fla. Phone 2222. 3-13-tJ
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t 1 ::1Ae Mpr for"any:ordinary'room"for for... sale, anti people of the sur- :
5- ii L $7.r Ttmr choiceof; :over 100:'of=the f1'
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-::-. l'! 'litesl.. itokpapers.. ; Idopaintiogandpapar ; t coaatry are Your house of:all insects.bets .
h i MBfifig 'at' recneed prices. pect. the,stock.RcMonaMe .
: Dnf iw:ft postal'and 'I;will 'oo .the k 'Gailei $1."
t :ratt. tad gwiwitee to please you,: I "ri .' Call on.or address Were/to

:Ii '.G.C.SCHULTZ",. JAMES:; N. SEWELL, .For sale by .
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4 :5 5 ... _ ..,. sa.oel Came to us to see what it would cost ti, em to furnish a modern home of

Ji i R 5 ..., -. it four or five rooms They wanted their home to be attractive and comfortable

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homemade expensive peices prohibitive.

C. a \ .ST. AUGUSTINE j They spent considerable time with us I lioldng through our large stock.
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., , ,... and. return II: much.pleased} with what they had seen and took memorandums of what they

t .BUYERS,TO,SHARE IN PIOFTTS .4 thought they should want. !

;LOWER:PRICBS,ON F( D.CARS After looking around in other stores tojmake) :sure that they were doingthe
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SI.1. 7th best possible with appropriation
? ..ee ne.fro. iAilg )' ; :lf.rt.A\, et', $ .,with us. S .

i. tlS and.steed.. met' 0 of hundred of homemakers whcm. we are
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:Runabout.. .-' -. .' 505:00: : t from:' the.lowest priced which are good. o the very best. Your appropriation -

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\\t '1 judM-faBt n Woe; uait"POW;: n;plantne rar> ,-'semi-floating;; ; sinste'-drop frame; 12- " Special l rates. ,for room. and 'board by": the :.
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) a 111 infflWOWBMTg -' at Christmas, assisting the new I MIIIIIIHIIHiMilHIiMll
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: "Chaluata;'F18:, .,25.:The long acting postmaster to order supplies : i

wished: forte rains 'have,been coining and :getting' things, in order in the
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The hospitable home .of Mr. and
Ifr:: t Wigbted i and,crops,are.looking',bet : I.
Mrs. G..M. Jacobs was the scene of
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-H -' {eo.. >;",*? -- one of the,most pleasant social affairs S COOK WITH GAS -
EDTTOHIAUY OK PROBABILITY _. :Hay nuking is the order"of the day that our folks .have been treated to ,

LOHG wAtt :*'4 for..some time.: Last Friday night .

i i ir,,/ idfl Mrs ,S. ,W: Nixon left' nearly'all:of the. neighbors, old and "-
<' j. '. gathered,there and spent avery
We4fi sdayfor'a vacation to be spent young
Wffl Until
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. r ; 'Carolina,'and other happy. evening. The'rooms and 6.
\t '" !iaNoriii; points. 1. Convenience Speed -
Irit-of rtiMtaiMffik-. ,Master,''Leland Roberts, ':who has porches. were decorated with flowers: .

-' ..f J W'Jjf... 0I fc .1t.x. / beeai:'wieitinghisfather: ,_ R. .R. 'Robert and trailing vines, and lighted by 7. Efficiency
*, retunedhoffie :Monday to Or- Japanese lanterns, which added to the 2* Comfort '. : ,

.f.-1Ilt' ',. 1ado" scene, a .soft; pretty' glow. The entertainment -
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., .' R.: E.;, Culley ,and, little son 1Idis consisted of music,songs, 3. Cleanliness Safety
s' Leaa4M,!AE: ygff-"T..' di7 was joe- ; have: returned,home- after.spend. games and recitations. The string o 9. Perfect (

'. Mj* of W..1., VftAJtt W ''iag:a,'w ek-with .MlL ,CuUeyVparaat ; music,-by Misses Pearl and Margie 4. Simplicity .. Regulation

_, foflow rfmast :' to Lwrfw.. .'Ti. sos:MJB4ay aat v ; .and, Mrs, Joe' Barber,' atCeswey Kilbee was enjoyed by all After the of Heat
--. entertainment Miss Bertha, the host'sdaughter f' ,
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he me;with:them to a 10. Economy
:.. ... J'On J tfca. in* .pkaie.; .of>er : Misses :Pearl, .and; Margie .Kilbee lemonade to all present, after'whichall

. batty tv* 6 put:affaar/tobre (Emma:Rector,:of'.Geneva,'were ,took their. departure, expressing

.; woa giwttd;aU ake gdaee 'tag, the :.former's. : grandparents, pleasure' and enjoyment' and wishes
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':ems in tin am W4 by. ,tfce. Britwitft Mr,'.and.Mrs.'G. M. Jacobs, lastweek.Mr for many repetitions of the event.OSTEOPATHY. L

?N prinwf tit' .Ai Ib aid tOW.- ; 'Stariey.=frr.theF.; E. C. 'railraadvisited : 2. COMFORTA
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ftile ttfifiet tat not lor Ae. fall ef ;: Cleveland" Jacobs Saturday
y - GAS RANGE, the greatest producer of REAL COMFORT in the
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'.Ikt G ir:7't Wr tfk T- : ._: Dave '''Hart,:of.,Conway; visit modern kitchen. If you cook with GAS all unnecessary work is 'eliminated "

:... at .. tt FfttB**;: We d'her.parents, Mr. and'Mrs..'F. M.Steryr '" ,- . and cooking is made a pleasure.' There is no wood to bring in, q

faro to 111 i lir pre tfcis''fc 'only last, .;;week.. ..' DR. J. 'c .HOWELL> no ashes to carry out, no dirt and soot to clean up-nothing to do but

;. flrst gnat .... of; ,:the:war ;Mr8.2 N.,,:CL',Jacobs' ,,'who" has been ' "turn a valve and strike a match.
;Wlkk plainly b totbid to be=a_loBg.yaw qohe:;eskk .for ,some time, is -better,. Hours, 10-12, 3.5, and.by appointment

.. f} <.> : and',was ir to :Sanday. school Sun No extra charge for house treatment ... In warm weather especially, the comforts of cooking with a Gas

t k ..... .. ... >tpist, :'cwt sa. T. ,.TeI ne ,oeaaaaeetiess Range are Very appareDt-because the kitchen is kept "clean, cool, and ;

sax ter .. wffl :fleedie Mr. and Mrs. E.T_ Bridges, of Gas-I comfortable" without the slightest effort.
k -.L 'La'ioB .arrived visit Offie.ear.,Oraace and Central Are.
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'. te N.,c.", Saturday to No heat is wasted to make the room as hot as the oven itself and
,,.. aaati I0 wv, asatt., te.st crt.tie)latter's mother;, Mrs.: Dolly Self.! .
J";".. Pave.sy. "'11 -w- rwW, ";.eat- Mr.. and ,Mrs.' Albert Nelson, 'of the fire. is turned out the instant the cooking is done.

"tl u ;u"l-s Bayate,:Caba, who:have been visiting N. F. C. BOARDMMIDENTIST COOK WITH GAS AND BE COMFORTABLE. v.:
? "Trice __ tto line of.the tlsitisD Mr.and;; _Mrs.,'Lawrence Swanson for "

',' '.ire. .. tbS.C : dcor: semi 'w eks,, 'left .Wednesday forJaekfonville .
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:*' hso arroeitt} ie'a' ty'-wag c' *.a 'Mind Mrs.' .Billie Jacobs and fam- Boardman Building : ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT C9il

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- 0w nlttoato',_;, bs;,c tin Woedard, Mr. Long'and,son George, Office Hours: GAS DEPARTMENT ..

;;Md wt wflB amr afc*tii'eiu'ea; rd lad Misses:B rtie Jacobs and;Emma 12:00. ISO to 400Telephone
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::'.. tw q.... tip. blaltoat' Proctor all :were visitors:to Orlando. .
'" .to her .n-.. ; ..c: in:the. .last week 540. II iiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiMiiiitttttitiiiiiiiiiiiiiii
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,,-" seo0fq :ss Chs rri: .It. was AND DO ALL KINDS OF

: esh an affafe tf ootoorts".aad' ".;'sat- ; ; OPTICAL REPAIRING $8 Charleston and. eturn $8

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Germ a&huet" ahIk ,' .' ,.'_.: ClydeLine"
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The PARLOR
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to Jacksonville ,
Ships. every
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tracts Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 2 p. m. ;
the nftfar IBM. TVe laser, laden : .0 ten acre : on

,Rlth a ttfOftJfll esrgo uA etdnyni r' .r,11'1j' ? STREET. : Orlando and Kissimmee road, ,
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tolroy' UMT k IffobUiMtfe l b tbdfercd L . : ."..... -- from f the.,post:'offi ef Orlando. '
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St to get tbe 81 o sow #au eiki .
price will, double .when the
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i ,( JOHN 13. sT rSONRSIT brick: road is. .laid. "Other'

;1* eo wig rile stpuesl '":- -:- ;u.coLl .NLLEY!:Psi.,:.,,'Utt.'D;.LL..!..:,Presldeet- small tracts: 'joij-grove'"pur;
*. Jfttoyo Mara ft vaft nii hart tb.s -. "
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sly pow, tl v iiilessot \r SoaMt Bile.M: Slotes:, .. Torm$.gFnSept a ctesirable, :groves. and. cityproperty "_ The Sew vacations in the mtresteiiM or
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a : PrJmMsl CeHeet,Gl La. :at prices; that rom elsewhere, have the Sentinel b
Vtt\U1IiMIIr ...... ; Ja ieflBTlUe,asd Tampa. Send may >
ser 3aerdE.C. : .'Aqa c-.. ,eo c.u..e...ee'TeetewleqI of,.... aiaod tweea < mail without :any: additional expensr
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/oJ:. :Stati. ...,-$K'che. ': ', ks,' Without effort .. bound' from .Seattle;to Alaska. She Deposftiii .
.' ._00 y oar"part they'are. :[received; 'of had sixty-five.fifty-six .passengers and a crew

.,? -,'<.E 4; tt, eturued-.aid! give "you Ie> : lie Admiral_Sampson sank in four
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6:30 morning.
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The State Bank of Orlando to:Point her owners.No''Point.is. in.the mainlandat : safeguard them for a year. r t .
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