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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 28, 1914
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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tj .' ; Yk ;0. yp#'Ii11. !. Clog. London,. Aug. 27.-A dispatch received George Tresher, of Omaha, -
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: here from Ostend says. ,the WiT D DOM Off COAST Of AFRICA Nebraska, has bought the fine placeof f FOR R THE[ .NrN O lAN[ CIRCUIT
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,. \If at 27.';(Speci&L)-Late;.advices. tonight: indicate Germans have occupied'Line, Roubaix Mr. C. W." Townsend at 503 West

,', that W&k W.ftwci forces' are J being>concentrated in great: and Valenciennnes, all in France. Had Been Central'avenue and will make Orlando -

rya&m tt Am,'12.mifes:south..of Lite,' in:,France.i'X The: towns of Jloubaix, Lille and Converted Into an his home. He will arrive about j Meeting of Delegation Presided
ralenciennnes are all close, to the Armored Cruiser' and Was Over by Senator Fletcherand
,Tfeta is ..gt. W'w ,a::superior strategic:point from which to Belgian frontier, Lille and Valen-. Searching for BritishMerchantmen the make first of this October with his his familyto L'Engle Only Member

:a'ft* tt age the 750,000rGermans,, 'who- .are -said*' :to.be advanc- ciennes being ten miles""from the line abode city. permanent Not Attending

ft g -- the 8 rv froatler.; and Roubaix ,five. Roubaix is five Mr Tresher is a retired capitalist

.. i From Mir on ft is';declared' France: intends' to" throw' every miles northeast of Lille and Valen London, Aug. 27*-The Kaiser.WU- of Omaha and is said,, to be a very Washington, Aug. 27,-Senator Nathan

>rata, ia;..',-army'Rvi1sbte ,;'into- .. ''the. "'.battle' .' ..'line.:.on' the. 'northern he ciennes is ,thirty miles southeast of helm der Grosse has been sunk off wealthy man. The price he paid for P. Bryan, of Florida, for judgeof

ifontter same city.. the west coast of Africa by the Brit. the Townsend property was not given the circuit court of appeals, fifth
I Lille.is the most important from a' out but it was a goodly sum, mount- circuit, New Orleans, to succceed the
: emba the ish .
Ae rdlng tO tIwFNncb: Franeo.British.forces area military view. It has a fortress cruiser High Flier.
late
ing into the thousands. The Judge Shelby.
o ....position; k g.the line; from Cambrai.to Lecateu.amhrti "of the first class and the.circleof : The Kaiser Wilhelm der Grosse I up places
purchased is one of the finest in thee That is the program of the Florida
.' .' fa about wtfit ':mika; .scut &tufArras: ;',where big,Brit- its forts is thirty miles. Recentdispaches' ; one of the palatial steamers of th i city with a nice home and about seven delegation in both houses of con-

. and- French tom:.,-are-- '.beteg- .. :"concentrated, ... ,.Lecateu"iS'siX from Paris said Lille washel I North German ,Lloyd line. At the: acres planted in orange and pecan gress, and this morning they held a
p.weatefCII nL, I' ,, by French reservists. Rouba'would outbreak of the war she was convert trees. Mr. Townsend spared no expense meeting presided over by Senator

''These is' no Wit)of::the report\of, :Longwy :and( :Mon, I appear not to .be.fortified. It ed into an armored cruiser<.and since in making it attractive< Fletcher and decided to endorse the
is a manufacturing center.
: beautiful and Mr. Tresher displayed junior Florida senator to President
the lAStttorf|KterBiig taken by,the.Germans has been in
edy, oa Valenciennes also is a manufacturing reported active searchingfor excellent ,taste in the selection of a Wilson for the bench appointment

The !ton tfeft o St Dw,'.ha s '::been- ',.iretaken. .... .:,by. .::,the' '.French. is'..rI'tiirinng .e-, 'city, 'but has aq- arsenal and extensive British merchantmen. She has'a I home. The deal was. made throughMr All members of the Florida delega-
;that:the,: advance into barracks.* tonnage of 14,349 and was built in W. W. Wright.Mr. tion were present with the exceptionof
: : The Ostend 1897. She was 626, feet 'with
correspondent of :the long a .
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under way, Townsend has moved to 408! Congressman L'Engle.The
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s .It t; F Daily Express a dispatch
V c East Pine street, another. nice pieceof place to which Senator Bryan
published in London .this morning Winston Spencer, Churchill, first I
which he is endorsed his co-workers is
property owns. by one
.CWJI8SR .4ND SIVEN..v, .,TEEN.MEN.. :WERE'. .. quoted a Belgian officer to the effect lord of the admiralty' announced the of the most'important circuits in the
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t' ; i 1,019 REFUGEES REACH MONTREAL South. It would be a decided recognition -
Algae, HoB ilnd, Aut VIt.i; :; officially' announced; by Lille and.that on Tuesday themayor Grosse in the house of commons'to- FROM EUROPE of Florida and its bar for a

'W rUle cruisej Kagdeboorg ,ran published a proclamation 'announcing day. ;:He said:' '4 Florida to this .
t GetJ D. ;,.Mght : : $ man get appointment.A
J.fi":the +.tr Def to,the -.ofPInland: ;: i .All::ef- troops and the-thetraiiformatioCof evacuation of the French the intelligence"The admiralty that the has German just received armed Montreal, Canada,' Aug. 27.-Th

..,... .. __ failedthecaptain'4ecided to sacrifice town.into undefended'place; merchant cruiser Kaiser:Wilhelm der Cunard steamer Andania arrived here goodly number of women have
this morning from London with 1,01 appealed to the Associated Charitiesin
'>.'" ii r Russian" " .:'naval'forcewas: preparing toF ."All the ,gendarmes were disarmedand Grosse, of; 14,000 tons,' armed .with Canadian and American refugee Tampa for assistance and for helpin
> '-:' : ' ,'.: 'Steps were taken to deliver the ten four inch guns, has been sunk by
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European war zone. obtaining employmenlCOTTON
Under a bmrfjb* from.:tiie,Ruseian 7 fleet-' a_,majority of the. 'city't. with all its rich.factories up to the, H. M.S. High'Flyer off the west
the Germans," this' officer declared, coast of.Africa. ." '
tWi |ij j...b ,atorpedo boat.,,Seventeen men,were '
'. : 'Tuesday-: evening all the available "This is the vessel which has been AND TOBACCO RECEIPTS
/and).tyIPe'ar )' $dng, including ": .
ti treasure.was removed: interfering with traffic between this
....... < '.-y', -.'-_ r"" \. ,'f- .:,'" country ,and the cape' and is one of WILL GET CASH FROM TREASURY .J :

HieMafWio rf wt blown upasd. the Survivors have reached tHUERTA REACHES ,SPAIN the very few German armed auxiliary
c.. -if. .. 4 ..- .*"'', ,,,. .'.5'v, .' t Santander, Spain,:via London,'Aug. cruisers.which'succeeded in getting to "
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JIOII1; ; Washington, Aug. 27 -(Special.)- cent. of their face value. Tie
.. The survivors per
'. ... .. 27. Victorians Huerta landed from sea. were landed be-
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\.f Secretary of the Treasury McAdoo secretary said he would use his .discretionary -
a steamer here today en route to As- fore the.ve sel sank.. The High Flyer
frUN cowoes :'AM: P\LED':,TWELVE;FEET' HIGH turias. had one killed and five wounded." tcuay*formally announced that the I power to refuse to issue

A I- .4 Special.)-:A: gian"refugee: who..has just treasury will accept as a basis for the currency where it was appirent' it
: issuance of to national banks would be used merely for
specula-
..yived;: I.Pte the townxo'Chimay:\has.been, utterly VIllA OOIlGON notes secured by warehouse receiptsfor tive'purposes instead of f/r carrying
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.f1'J-: aad tM.Gen&on... :eaesaarepileds : v on the- roads. -twelVe- ME1EANLL cotton or tobacco, having not crops until. a reasonabl"'' market can
t"feet high. AaotlMr lefugc*' says;'Mons:and_:Charleroi. are now more than four months to run, at 75 be found.

hetj of ruMs ;and:(that,dead>:bodies '-are "piled: in. IIImASEO 1 jJM' MISSOr .. r '
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.}. frigh tfrf-.7the.wtraw ,to rifle:towns." "; GERMAN EMBASSY GETS REPORTOF
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4i2S:' .. .' ,-. ..\.'.<- y '..-- ..r, Yr:,'-"," :.- :. --. .i, :Washington, Aug. 27.-'(Special)- El Paso, Texv Aug. 27.-Generals I SEVERAL SMALL VICTORIES I'
.!' D1NIAL THAT NAMUR,'FORTS HAVE. ,FALLEN..' The:'department announces thaton Villa and Obregon left here early:.today -

if;: London, Au* tl'saahhe' French embassy denies thatiMk guarantees :of. .protection from on' what they termed I a- mission ,
: Carranza 5,000 interned Mexicans at of settle Washington, Aug. 27-: Tbe Ger- Tbr report about Namur describes -
; ; peace, designed to disturbances
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ha beae ttkea Iqr tfce .Germnw.. Serious, fighting. was in.
: '- Forts and Rosecrans- received the fol- the Discipline and 'enthusiasm which
I Wingate will bepermitted.to in Sonora, where a revolution man embassy today
.'!* gTeIaIn the YietDitr.of Lie thismorning"as welhas at'Valen- return. their I wireless from the the German
to country. against the Carranza government has lowing message prevailed among troops.
l lebluite tad Hwib ix,-.which woe also;reported:captured,.but.te 'The cost to the United States" of been started by Governor Maytorenai:, Berlin foreign office by way of Say- Tfo terrible effect of the 42 centimeters

''-..4. ..tiBiai.,,*ceoedi: ,_to-:embassy, offididg-,' i. ,:.Were. forced. .. .to- retire.. j keeping these Mexican soldiers and They crossed the international vlUe, L. I.: howitzers on the forts at Namuris
-: Altft from Ostend :reported the:capture: of: these 'three J camp followers has.been about $500- boundary in a special:train::with their "An English cavalry brigade nr.s not.yet known here. The German

.. dtII' *11 dw. ua'thiethe;; Fi-e n 'b6rSer.BMMagesfriom ; .' 000. .No arrangements have. yet'been staff officers and a small unarmed;escort Seen .repulsed at: Maubenuge. f.An cavalry near Loubain is moving in
: -' made for the repayment. .of this out English infantry division has*been the direction of Calais.
-"" : s :ferlm'averting that;.the
: iay- beaten off with rout of the "An Austrian attacked two
The two Mexican generals were entertained complete corps
;,Jfa\\-\\ ftrts h.. fall t;; {Exchan 'TeJ ph.dispatch' from .Officers"who crossed.to the American yesterday by General Per- division. Many prisoners were taken. Russian, corps south of Krasnik andcarried .

;;: ..a Heigianofficer: .with: r .iw t.tlwttheforts: : side and were held by.the United shing, commander of the American "A French official communicationof off 3,000, prisoners, three colors -:

.... r:out. withthe. > .. ;.of;:Marchovektte. -., States will not be released until later. forts at Fort Bliss, Texas., the 24th proves that the French twenty-one guns and seven miltraflleuses. .
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were destroyef by the :German bombard-
l lI. Lorraine frontier has been ruined. Prussia is not 'yet decided."

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.d, .. .thatt;the Namur forts:are BERLIN REPORTS DECISIVE


g' mY Y TJfi VICTORY OVER THE RUSSIANSwere 1 I-

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_; ; Pe a, :x, 1:46 A;' .(Special).-China has been :' Mexico City, Aug. 2!.-(Special.)- Washington, Aug. 27.-(Special)- 'Berlin; Germany, via London, Aug. on August 23 ejected from the

ase4 I Ue+ to order the removal of chi All.the gendarmes.in the capital have' President Wilson left her this,afternoon 27. :Correspondents.of the Lokal An- heights of Krasnik and FrampoL

ire UK am indiJe_ !E& OIM. Tl soldiers.;Wednesday night. will,rest until early"nex\ week. :Miss headquarters estimate the strength route to Lublin and on the heightsand
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Jpnee4ear the possibility;of dimigree- therewas a clash between two forces,, Margaret Wilson and Mrs. ,F. B. ,of the Russian forces beaten at Kras- in the, forests along the small

tb'tbi Ohh e dig t''promises;{;to be bitteifight-- ja\Cailesafco: ; 'Vbich resulted in the I Sayre,- his:daughters,:'already, 'are at nik, a town of Russian Poland' at river Chodol, which were: only finally

ht that; 'Ct;;. j death .of ten gendarmes Hereafter I Cornish, 'where '''the :summer 'whiteicuse .four or five army corps or possibly decided on August 25. The battle

: the:capital. will be patrolled by"sol-, has:been ,put in, ,order., -,. [200,000_ men. Two Russian corps was fought in a difficult country

'HAlE RECAPTURED MALINES diets; The president. has;been)urged 7'during , I which formed_ 'the .advance_ guard which was full of forests.'

Ate. 1.lh A.SpecACentral News.dia. : : the last fortnight. "tO s, ;t Uke' a:sea ,. ,, -
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PRANCE'PROVIDES FOR PLEKTY trip.on the yacht Mayflower Y bt prob
states tht AND AUSTRIA URGE
& message froa Antwerp.c6aBJ t GERMANY .
; OF ARMY"ERs sLoud' : : lee. broqfbt 'on ;they Iwf Mm--par

.I .# tl the #h recajturedMaliaes.6KRMAN .; : # ': -r'-: kipt'- .:baa'here... : <*'J;.. **" ? ". ITALY TO,COME INTO THE WARthe ;'I
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.=+ t < : tSi ;' ,Tekio', ,K .'21.L tiag;sea matmg of"offwefs:to:a ; ...---.s.&. :: ..:, 'F'.. .... "" 1'. ,from.: Berne ;declares great : Austria would mean a revolution. e;

r *71 U : Dr. ;:&G. os l-here, tier: gnde;:fa: the': dsratwfi of': -*;-- peeswre: e, ..beiagtbreaghtto"beer. .onIteiy Refugees from around Mons report
of the _, 'IIaI"ttlffor"Yok : .. ,,: .,- that airmen.took in
1.--f ; War Tnlioat nap wodkioM *e;tajiority.l ... ,, j1J; a prominent part
fiat tie ':'Foil ... ,,,' . fcy 4er y. .,.d'Austria-to_ ..... joink
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A.t,, 'Tbe: i ewe, :wfll: :aake'itaftfe : : pGIo*: ., .. ,.l'1.., iliA. .. directing the German artillery, says
protsmDg 1i o:Cow Yo ;Ito;_ 'German:'..as: to.. n we. imMediftWy',wtfmaM tit tie t "< ':. '1:("-; titttrov.faetfe:wontrk* makiflg hera&mag the Times correspondent in Paris.

eeee. T !etder!'to!\Japa-,- iad 'otber:.:GeniU: l 1! oAem by pug offi- .:: _. .. ";. _; .v >:..r ., > fwwse 1 hat TKV"wjAoet. ,'effect. :; Aerop&aes hovered over, the British

#. f east eeiile. ne Offioal; (kwtU' Mb '....w by their brtvey and sesl. /- ., .f ',_: :. J Tbe Itafin peojie are against" Au.jjjjjj. position and .their'pilots signalled-the
,1'--.' to nee or4' ,. Ginua reei-t '. J11.. thy ., : ; :German"batteries.by means.of a disc. r

tt; """fIIIII& II 'c., I rf ;.. .. .. -'": l swung.at the;ead of_a.line;;
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.. ,gda ucepei- ' aofhappeniro : 'plate.', One way, to capture England'strade W.M.SLAugust ( #

? .: It did cot 'aaeddeprreadfrom; ; I was to declare War Ion England, J.1

WITH GR8AT BRAVERY. :"1 s'.o;;;..............._....".w.;;.t..L......_.,..... ;Hieter.:_.;s"twillgotl destroy her 'maste foyrhteseafiM.T
... ."' +e-adrk iD::pi fihekOnone+ I destroy her mastery of. the: seaand #

.MAK POSITIONS. : ;';<- act:and .say that, there s.the'..spark depose :Ther*. {the guardian 1 'of the.
.. ,4',1 l. ;,: that'set the',' conflagration, :changed balance of power. t

1MdIII. 'Ti i : St.iMtyv t&'asp of- -Europe- ,,and'affected, ;the- .France: never forgotten bitter .: Ii

,::.ooc tlJla'lat; ( ,,tib* whole,Wo rld. The declaration of war_ humiliation,of1870.: She,is still MonT ij
j Gemafit wfco retreated'I .by :fob, of'g Teat.big Austria; :Hungary against smarting! from .the defeats of ,the,'
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naurcfaet after' tk.\deft:'by tie dimiatttive';.Servk".did:_not'.cause the I Franco-Prussian: .war and the loss of
Jbr -i a* CkuoWaiwa\are'. aw.n-: European; war'; ;It"'was o' only>seizedupon'as ,;:Alsace and.'Lorraine. There has'never :- -. .
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a pest of,thiiforcee:at Roe. : apretext.: been'a day in the,past forty-three .. :<- : ,.t .
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: Thet', f p-.1 '.Tiie wai:was:boundto,tome., '.The years'when, every Frenchman was not tr '

toon OA ifce rivr'Angerab.was abftfi"Jfcft -- ,wonder. .4ofit: 'was that. '.it:did'not-begu aquiver 'to march against; .Germany, 18th to August 28th;;:
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dowel !..t .....gr 11'oi : : 1aet'yearfit' the
': .. ..liapetlie.Arab J iu etom. Balk (war,:when there .was:talk. back:Alsace and Lorraine under .the ';' ,.,( \, ---

;wits;:'carte'ikMpIacha. Baseia aiding Montenegro W ofj i tri-color: of France. That.: (why : ,. ,;; ', '.
.d.q i.fiMt' IWe ar teha8t1:1:t ABstro-Hungary:.made'Kings Nicholas, France was_ always ready to- fly at .! ; .
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0 1faM. et the Cowin: s,"::8ay hi i give,up;'"Scutari which.'the.:;Montenegrins -I the, :throat of. Germany jand why the ) -

...' w;tc.>"; ,'r. .if'.i,. ..,. ', ..1 \bad'captured:by hardifighting8nd Austro-Servian embroglio was a wel- : a fCome' and See What You Can Save.W.
e<"N 4 bttrg'st.1 ay::andaeaayrowas \ t1?tremendous losses:. come excuse for France to declare .

stobborn.;:fighting ; The fact'of the matter is that every I war. .
k wkieh'tkt-:.Wire again vktorioiw on*:( (,:the. :Great p \\e6 :had for Beginning"before the Balkan:.wars, "',' '. ,

,'lrf.ly..tl roilIf! :their superb< years ',been: preparing ;for.war and there has been a: movement on foot : M. SLEMONS
ue'ef tl. ;.TkeM enemy;:they. ::were. 'all ,looking, '"for.. an, excuse. ''. ..in the ;near; East ,for Pan-Slavic : :, ," .
hays had Msestbiedth' ,entire:twpaiti '.to:fight For along period .the Brit;'imion",a coalition of all the Slavs
dr .y, crpea'fertaied: . posiIV < -" yi'Lion'tte'German:Eagle,;the ' 'states in .southeastern Europe under ORANGE AVENUE
... | MttUjbft4-tonefGtiato>> ''iianBear:, ,*: France'and :'Austria-Hun: the' !leadership of ,Russia.. Such a
pIta ad barbed wire.;'Hand' grenades. gary;had been going about_ with chips combination of Servia, Bulgaria, Rou- . << -
on their"shoulders'daring: nation mania, and Montenegro 'would ,forman I
were uad, tLe ": "feaillj carryG -; any I
t Oeipon the : {;the to:knock them off,:and,secretly. i hop empire that 'would be a great
tug xat ,point
.... e : .rmana..retreated to-'-fng'.thattheywould(: menace to Austria-Hungary.. WithRussia Up to'date painting, papering, etc, # .... .... .. ..' .

Oetiree,:feavoag"beldfidmanylemnww I: ,For." years;:tie I great,chancellories at its back,:such ,a Pan-Slavic is,the kind.you want. Where to.get
_ .ii of;Europe preparing for union, would seriously threaten the it? ThatV easy, phone 636. W. T.
;tarrtd e, gnus. ,:;ciais M( and, were war .We Will Put the Reins" ,
: Entrican. 1-20-tf
ti while ,ostensibly doing everything domination of Germany and Austria- .
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: those are way was war
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close to:tiie state'Secrets.; t the Contlmeat i on Ge 'many and Austria. Then, too, Shop. . 12-5-tf. Hands
lire'&HTOWI forces::can i escape .
;1 . ....;.were,,not a bitsurPriSed: when! the;Russian people.are still smarting I u. ,
and, how tog'the .Heswang:will,.., I
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was.that it had been,so long delayed. j hands, .of Japan. There was a popular How? By furnishing you witha
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_ ted jrtNBf G rmaa '...e..1';\It:is 'I perfect Fertilizer Let
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: ring had' to'grind-.which to wipe out the disgrace of the
'powersi axes : [ Jap- call He will
y. JtoWwrf,;odp.twwtyfiyeMfiw ; on you. give you a
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d from DIaIiIi' .f : t had>grievances against each other. Both AustriaHungary'and Ger- formula that will make and mature
TW.QtiiiHiii atGen.nea.!.had, England long has'been'jealous of.thcoineicid e many'were in mortal terror of .the '
all tilt ..y>rtifM of):Makers';.and activity'of.Germany.:Thetremendous I I growing importance of the Balkan your fruit :
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,1 ; :growth( German: trade states and the.threatened Pan-Slavic Absolutely First ClassRooms
Asst tsa .bniu, tea" *:WM: .:the, and"thereby,influence in South Amerjea union.. (9ne way 'to effectually prevent -
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i TI .....ia. ... the British anufacturers.with ; stave it off, was to fight Russia and I '.
; ......... .jfi,. :fee' .. .r' >. Germany: 'was"'fast encroaching envy, Servia.. and, cold water.. The F ft rnll
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_ "ThsIke' Wit:Pavk :. .German commerce\,was to go having its grievancesits; jealousies Summer rates through 1
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n fefe .... ....i will for'be.a .. .likewise y alWays'has been' overt act;' it had been smouldering 1l ]

7. tr thin eat,'aI..' tie' jealous:of, the power' of 'England..4for!l years, seeking an opportunity to" 723lmniniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMf made to order at "It Pays to belong"-to the '

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J... ... _-' ,;'the Gaerriere,:and;;the Belvi4 .i
.' : ? qty fenfag, i aW. ,'Were'. __ :? : a It">was:this.'force,'which;.jrt t But.there as" is"little alarm over the situation
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tuuitmiBitiA *-"At : .: uskig -' arrive within
'-"r a few days, and it is A Lubin feature in
->, ., "ii J-.(grip:wth':the Ger.v. : ,Halifax as'a base;"and were only j anticipated, ,th t'. freight traffic between big special two parts. :
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Moving
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'."'1' -- Commodore Rodgers taking :the sea
at gat 1bN 1D iL ,....... .' with';'five American vessels namely, l I United.States will be largely' restored World states that this feature is most ,1
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&e ...... :";.. .!thewsltrireLi ;1M1i. Congress,'the Hornet'and the Argus.In .
.. Broodank, chairman. the docks and
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: sell 'defence the BP.Sh.cniisers great especially
: The.pewee... was:eager.:top ; warehouse committee of the Port of ,

-i.I..v-._ fcr- tI :merehttri- : : - :!.i.tissod.ix ., 'afire one instance.compelled the to British.concentrate. force,'and. in London Authority, said that the pres- the scene in which he states they really J
convoyed ,
., bn oiid. ,.'better--and. cof, -- ee.AM . ,a;large fleet of English mer- ent stock in the'port warehouses and smash up an auto. 1
for in gold. in ships discharging cargoes included
nqriritfeM we paid datBften lOOO miles off the American
"TTY..dtfi p.f ktH ''was..ordered coast The presence ;of the British 36,000 tons of:meat, the supply beingso ,...,
.'rctkw of 'FwaeeJ plentiful that' it was to i
to wtot. to 'fleet; off:New Jersey, ,when theCosstHatien necessary
t" The pMffo HfHrttofif. .riwuldered use a new'wareho se for, a part of it.The .
? was, trying :to 'get futpNew'York 'The Doctors
\, tiMfe hip:of Mnagingg' 'and,:passedTmllj <. ;:was occasioned'by Broke, I II warehouses were having a very Mistake"J
I busy time, said the chairman. Vessels
fcwm tfc* TewLTl -
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troops jufrtaeed''. to:battk- ,pafon search;:of; Rodgers. Une'edaBIscuit were entering and leaving the A Selig offering of unusual interest.

?4Mioii. at 8 :.'..:> the 'morning ;The 'wireless.''telegraph renders it port, he said, as if nothing unusualwere

4 ; rtbefc erg t G r uieroeae8 I happening.The .
unnecessary for i(:cruiser.to actually
append, wfrermym a.flock of;.Britufc official mentioned as an interesting -
;l rundown .to a merchant. craft So
!'i 1 atrqilMMf"MM Bk birds. to>>"drive !oag,as,the latter is communication Tempt the appetite, historical fact that the same :

: \1 tt.a awar. , with t the station .vessel,, she has theimeais.ifor please the taste and thing happened as.. the result of the "Coming of Lone Wolf .

iJ .Ti4 die artiltery.:,began.'to.',talk 'calling' -' ,for, assistance'- *- nourish the body. Napoleonic wars. In 1813 the West ,

, .i! M* tile air ..... .ink with,canoonpowder. should the :- rise.i Crisp,clean and fresh. India Dock company paid a dividendof.
.. : necessity, ; .22 1-2 cent, witha A Kalem drama in
i IVt g rt,1 attfe.bd>gun.Forwari i :The,presence of the Suffolk: oft Scents.BaraetBiacuit per as compared one reel.ORCHESTRA.

-- I' vwt the ofaatry.. :.Rifle fire New roris.regarded.thorough normal 10' per cent. dividend, this

:} sand Maxm.fae idled.to the boom;oftte ,keeping with the\lessons British yin : being entirely the result ,of rush

".' '::1 a bif JVML.. :.SttttriM. mingled;'with cruisers-.1 learned in.the,past. namely, shipping to London 'due to the unset .
the tf bnrei ota"'sndthea tled conditions on the continent.
r |Jtw g} : thatitjsinore' advisable to..lie in
Round, thin, tender ,
With regard to cereals there
fttfh of '" ; are
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the of than
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point :departure at.the for luncheon t'
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::. H tiDed Ttnrdtay andpotbiwiltco: i- : tons of wheat, 9,000 tons of flour, .
supposed point of arrival: So long as tea ,and dinner -
- :. lor mrncal ds ehber aloae:or 13,000 tons of corn, and 6,000 tons of
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cruisers
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: British ':lie off: the port of xo cents
f Bttffe wtt the btttte, \o.n-:the lef tH : barley. '
: ? New:; rkit-will be hazardous work V
' The dock authorities, with these
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a steamship; 'attempt
bade, *icli'ii-aowj.ia: ; CRAHAMCRACkERS figures in mind, voiced the opinion
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feB iwfef ataf tkewbete French, that it was unnecessary and thereby 5c 10c
: exists,"practically ties 'German

up every
'. .I j Brfttak, Btfffcft &w is,really,:a.- craft in- this' .harbor"until the I criminal for British dealers to increase V
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:' Q tieR aflB 'UtI 4 -.t; gWnet: cessation. (the. war. their prices. The shortage of \

t nay fct UKof cIIJeiIh'ei nt '!! 3> Made of the finest eggs and some imported luxuries,

0: f' antara ...... Itiaasapremedfort :THEOSOPHY CONGRESS CON- 'ingredients. Baked' they said, might prove a blessing in r

,. .a *s part ef.Gemanfto: to perfection. The disguise by inducing the English people
YENES IN WASHINGTON:
fercck tlto Pales, aa:effort whkh:if V national! strength. to produce more of their suppliesat TOMORROW

. -ii4epl..t.art...a & st.r to" three Washington, Aug: WashingtOn. food. xo cents. :home.

":. .. of a .... Geriean soldiers.- It is understood that. an example
.14111' today,is the mecca of the high priestsoftae.East We .will positively show the
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prideof
". of plain living has been set at Buckingham
"-e e,.. to b. as.eiiierNTleft.tu ) The anneal convention Buy biscuit Baked by -
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.. .s C na>n Bee.of communi-' : palace. By order of the king
r. of,t &American section of.;the Theo- I the French army in action.
: ,O.. .,.. ;!AAU is b...-bt carded:::!span sops::Society penal here this NATIONAL BISCUITCOMPANY and queen, the, simplest of food, moderate ,

...' ,tbe: ...N nit tho failure; ,of:;this .morning; d"will' 'remain 'in SesSion'f in price,is the 'daily rule at the i ..

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several delegates
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The Theosophical radiates ,
Society,. First class Brazing specialty at ,
ttmSH POUCi FATKOLOF.THE ." Bus leaves Orlando Sunday, Sep- .
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from 'Adyarfiu'' India and"1even''theAmerican : Warman's Repair Shop o. Court St
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:r ATLAKT1C . i tember 6th, at six-thirty a. m.; re Most Beautiful I
<.,'- .. ,.";; $ .j -branch'bears:the.stamp'ol 12-5-tf. turning.Monday evening. Number of : Oldest. College and Grounds in Florida -

\:: : the East: 'It, claims to ,introduce a passengers limited to ten. Fare $3.00 Music 'Fine Art I
Academy Domestic
College, Expression, ,. :
cI New YOlk, ;27Withjhosant -.1 pMIosophy'of:life' whimh brings sciencereligion.and WOOD FOR SALE round trip. Don't delay only ten
'" and Industrial Arts Business Teacher's Course.I
si psptpwFeig,;aboatkGreatt ; into. For the month of August I will can go. ;See Morton, Jones and se- ,
... be+o fbt into, action' ajOaaMd :art harmony sell, aVmy farm, pine at 85.cents per cure a ticket ,Twelve buildings, steam heat, electric lights, fire protection :; ; f-
.potioee'patael of-'theteettB. "Yz : 1. Manyand, the universe- 'are- 'riddles. strand, and oak .at $1.00; also some MORTON. JONES & SON. fine gymnasium, no malaria, 'quarter million dol.
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", : which the'soeiety undertakes to solve.TheVthree saw logs cheap. A. Hodges,.R.. 1, 8-25-tf Three teachers of music .
: lar endowment. $5,000
: Craters the i organ,
#b* are: po- Orlando. 7-30-lm
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.. :,basee ',the objects ; a dozen pianos, two Glee Clubs, chorus class. Superb new
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: end the ...are. are Try the Sentinel for all kindsof
--' .Society '
;? ......... n : Theosopbical. : ; Get the news in the Sentinel first- Printing. Prompt service. II ,rooms for business school, full banking equipment. New
To furnish nucleus of the universal ,
" '., -T6. tttdnme lab j hna,.tried',out;in ; : _. .. chemical and physical laboratories, equipped with every

y &a-nes 1 .n d _' ,1H1 iatlieaBit : brotherhood of.humanity modern device; analysis of soils, fertilizers, foods, water.
To'investigate"unexpkined laws.of
< ... vtesgAalt: test'per: = nature,and the latent.in : & YW.J71I..i Preparation for engineering course.
ettY. 'th'IR this'tLo.British :, powers. Sir/Willi D1-,,Crookes, ,the famous
Christian, but undenominational; expenses moderate.
,- rdkLy bat almo.aeed the!Atlanfeic .
scientist of LondonMrs. Annie Besant
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available. For catalogue address
Scholarships
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-' td fee* frtaa.y te'Gnat Bit in. ; ,:of Los ;Angeles,'generalsecwtary POPULAR
I " \WfUAYf TUfM. LATE BOOKSTHE' WILLIAM FREMONT BACKMAN
V cttlieAfgr first .
1" 4I, t"a Brtok phm >n of the ,American,,branch, ,

t ';ila- etWMrt.on tfceV main :o eat u4', other.. notable figures, .in the, sci. r Ph D, LL D., President,
'" :\ootee between ports (rf:America andUiHed eetiflcfleld' ; ''will'be. 'among the principalspeaker& VICTIM, by: Thomas Dixon. I

Ir&flN e.:of: theeeaa ,Mr.,Warrington will FULL, SWING, by Frank Danby.. / _

: .. aa iatrtheSuffolk; : at'the'meetings. THE EYES OF THE'iORLP Harold Bell
preside
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_ i 1 : inYork': in.t 1875, GRAND VIEW V
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It now.has branches in:23 countries

'"I Ntni >mem who have'.'ste&d,< : '"'the' and.,a' total ,membership .of 2 ,ooo. DIANE OF THE_ GREEN VAN, by Dalrymple.MISS .

'hporte <>< *****' But$Ii' :igitingtpN There. are 200 lodges, ni: the.::IJnited BILLY :,MARRIED, by Porter. ,

taBm the cnttiew" ; on=patrol States'.:and: Canada ;with a..combinedmembership THE SALAMANDER, by 'Owen Johnson, J

j g Itratrtttd *wr a coarse passing :; of '5,000. For the"last Also'many others. Newest
tortk a.tM Bafcaaiin to Benmida, and most up-to-date h atel in
six the
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4. QMPM. ..0Ipe H teras,. ,tfeeaeej ventaons)havebeen, held,in Chicago. Canton. Situated

!.: j ft New Y eft to Hantacket:Sfcods, s \ ,, ; W. S. BRANCH on Academy Heights.
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"": U| .. coeval taut depended.)aped'_for. ': ) Tk ,Arcfc Bk ,Md, Mask SIertr Valley. One of the finest views in Wes-

,'". .Gall aal pmiMM an St. Lock and Gwte,aad.women bt.all ages:want

( :,..Bartedo> ip ft. WM,.Iadi w,,:Bein -: .-bebeautiful and attractive, trtft.un- : : tern North Carolina.

"'_::. di cad 8t, John, 'Newfoadland.. 1" V" thin and lifeless hair destroys ,
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Inif te:beauty of a'pretty
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: At Brest .AituraHy;: :weicoaefaftiar : : itches V -and burns:do Dot.be alarmed,' ,. MRS. J R. McFADYEN -
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,. . one 'application;" steps. itching scalp, 111'111 lllll "IIIII 'II'IIII""II'O" " lt' V
i-.. ,; .,;In recentplaced .,** : falling:hair..ands kes the head.feel V .COMPARE __ __- --- '_ .
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:3 :t'JiII' Itie 4itobeoniian4 with:,what:is-''needed.to make'it soft; OUR :URNIT.UIE JOHN B. STETSON UNIVERSITYLINCOLN
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,! v variHaa Aaiy, 1Mat'. tikk ....,'a Pharmacy, and"at a1I'dracCOIaWL' We, provide the quality of furniture that has.l long THE lEST SCHOOL T?Tol D FOR, YOUR CHILDREN

5 tecatifcl for aefc day was b ; Look for"tH" trade Mark been accepted by knowing furniture.,buyers .as. theI '

':, .' all flfear aiHb ta the pabt1 %e Girl .wiA;the. =Arald5arf"Aeoeptnoother2 ." <: standard.of merit If an article is here .it'.is good. fnfoson'Send thereto Stetson..- Fall Term Begins Sept. 2$.
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!j: i1iiJ aw iigilir yottee \ ", PAP) '$A : this point>> too. dear--it fe one__'of' the foon4atH_. stones ,,, 469 28 Acre Students CamPUS Last Year College College Technology of Business

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Artta SertM" I ". "..:"...": . :It is therefore comparatively a aim- ;this" -:,-year" ,-while' -, the' big. ,London-to- ._ i.eI .. L

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pre'.,of segar :European approach quite close brought. out only six'
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is'tliaftie _a Zeppelin from above starters.
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: great; sugar : : for theerew I
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.- .; beet/fielder the"COntinent. are in in the cars below'the-gas! bag It is now .practically certain that :

.. '.\. ;}')! Ir-tYo.r.it-. : flblt.L8, ...\ .. ;;;. .. ."Ii"',," tibe.,zones :of::actual. 'fig ttiB ., Ii.the can.not, hit.the;aeroplane, so:long as the, German 'and ,Austrian ,air scouts :
; :; N 'kt "": 't:-"': '! .' ," "1"!' federal state and municipal crusades the. pilot keeps'the envelope between together outnumber all the French,
: < ".:,ij ,; : i: :;; :;: ;'f:= iu'Wi'eOunt incthe. himself and the of Russian'British 4's
i . : j, .war. began, cars. the Zeppelin. Belgian,Servian and
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l,.9 .... . .. agar f .allegedunwarranted increase the knowledge of this fact probably Dutch aviators, so that in the aerial ,
_: h.. >,WtMJ....,.. .t.f =;.;....,.. -,;,";-..t.'..:. ........;.;.{.4'fI 'N, I m'the high'.cost, 'of living. it has'.been accounts_ for the absence of.reports:of end of the.war, Germany far aheadof

.t',,,'-', :?" -,, *'''''_TO v.1iV--a. "-" I sad J.hatthe:advance in-,sugar" Was,German airships flying over .France,I her enemies.
'' not justified. while the German balloons '
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: fcf: I.. '\' : Sugar men :thinks differently nd'J Seen much over Bd 'Jnum. France has BISHOP GRAY HERE PREPARING d:
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.- .S 11w IiNee Niiieatln:' ftII nit awYaP tatiqns'of France and'Germany are aeroplanes of. the highest ,
efficiency,
..'..... fcr',oatnet' .*rtrtfab. ..t It to S'I
'_. .lard lag vtf. fc:tfriellr.sK.4.to.i directly,in,the line of fighting on the while the.Belgian aviation' corps is so Bishop .Gray has returned from his

': ..- ...:'Ii.. ......:.' BeD&eI,:..... Belgian' frontier f of. France and the small that it hardly'.counts.While recent trip to Tampa and St. Peters-
"' .... B.**J tiM office ia'.ritinR Russian'frcLtier of'Germany.TAlmost : Germany has been the
1 to M oj itpti .*...;rtherwte it..wfflattht b espe- burg, and to be
,....?.; 'malar. raterirfoa rata. \ all 'the "sugar:produced in cial 'sponsor of the dirigible for military expects \ here till the
... '" Flrlhaetloa; ;to'ttop;k 'mehtd., Europe comes from those two regionsand purposes, that country has not I first of next week, when he will. go to

y" yq FRIDAY.,- : ,..AUGUST261914.- -: : :the sugar. ,industry of, Europe' is : overlooked the aeroplane. While Nashville, Tenn.

': i likely:'to.'be paralyzed for, years. to,j France has popularly been supposed j He is having his furniture shipped
, . _: came because of the'struggleaIt : to lead' in /
-- war ,aeroplanes, Germany
:,' ; ? from here to Nashville, as his attractive -
. : _Themoet beantifol.tbing. about- this. has been pointed out that the destruction -. has as many as thirteen hundred of
.;. .'I.{;.. .. .WV. -" "ia I:.the" ;.pktarea, ,.of :the. Belgian.. of the,sugar 'beet fields of .[ hese'machi:1 s, and perhaps the largest new home there is to .be completed -

... ,'H" ,8eL' Europe need not affect the price here, trained corps of military aviators I by September 15th..
'r' 't- ; c:' "0 : as ,the United 'stateS, imports .little in the 'world.. Miss Emma Gray is to.return from

:.. ''A :The" '"allies <:have:"about come*. tQXthoeachaiea e ('any:European,sugar. I These thirteen hundred machines Alaska October. joining the bishop
; : ..*to.';let, ;.tlie'csar; lick'] .!Gerjay .Bu mediately.on'the outbreak o f 'pare all comparatively new, and with and'Mrs. Gray in Nashville, and with

.' ,iiff t' .. :as, Jf&J..: w hostilities ,'England bought up the,en-, all the: latest improvements. With Mr. and,Mrs. Joseph Gray and daughter
". '. !, _"fI'O.: tire,'output of "one ,anger :refinery intne !j one'motor firm putting out 140.aero >r also moving into the new home,
.- i ":Pity:Aff best aeWkirs.hapg around United..: States and other large:engines a month for the last six they will form a happy household. h.9

-" 0 'the::peetefiee _aad:,tell how' the' war foreign orders have: been:placed. So months,'one may safely put the entire They are keenly missed Orlando,

st" W" .bifeagt, ;; .t long .as the war'lasts, ,;and perhapsfor I .German output at 250 a month. With each one of the former Bishopsteadtrio

1 ; : : 0 an indefinite period'after the conclusion an aeroplane for: each of these. engines holding always a warm place in DO '
,. P 1 The';:Belgians' have dog-drawn 2 art -' of peace,.Europe's sugar will I I German military aviation activity the affections of their many friends : '

: M V: bat it i Ia .dog-gone ,when:the ,come,,from America. That' may bone e breaks all records. here whose hearty good wishes go

',''. .6, auma.. But. after th. "n; f thing that is causing the advance The, number of pilots to fly these with them to their new home in the r
';: ftI :\ . _o,, ': : 'in.price.in:this, country I machines'is'greater than the aviation city where they formerly lived, the YOU

': q ,,11ie.WarJriIfCoat"th .United States s 0 corps of any other nation because of ,bishop having had charge of one of .
:110; 6,900":a My )m4trak. ;"; ,,bat. .wewon't : GERMANrS, VAST AIR FLEET Germany's policy of encouraging g the principal parishes there for .F

/. H '*',, " ",hae" ",. '"to"".";pay!-it'aft.,- ,,. H* -" I civilian flynig schools. Under this twelve years before elected by the KNOW?
: : 1" :-t. .F The story of the ramming of a j system, each aeroplane firm of any House of Bishops to the charge he
t 9.. :Fu.tk' MayeeLhas':.rdecluiea to be German 'Zeppelin airship by the famous importance had a certain number of so faithfully fulfilled in southern

gmr Mr' ; but: 'several:,:other- .. editors :; French aviator, Roland Garros, soldiers,mostly officers, but some privates Florida.
,rl have. set save, ieskfroaL. .:. :which' lacks for confirmation -
) a story. yet and ,non-commissioned officers, .IT IS INEVITABLE THAT AFTER
'. 'f ':. , r ,,0.: ._: \ :and;is'disbelieved by those 'Whobow. allotted to its school to be trained by Don't neglect to take a look at the
OM. S nia'.l rwid" &f of'Qr1aAa0i Garros. : best, probably arose the firm's own pilots. want ads. SUCH A SUCCESSFUL SALE AS WE
a !! M osw, the'war':that he1m from_the idea that a Zeppelin can not I The training of these military fly-

*- i!-l] bwa_d.a fateBrueM18airpet.; be> attacked in.any,:other'way, owingto .'ers. was paid for at a rate that ,ena- MilliimifMIMMMMIMDepirtneit HAVE JUST RECENTLY RECORDED-
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.- [I Afl*e ww Irietewa'of'.i Kiae George' ., above, by; a rapid' :firing gun ,machines.and pay high wages to'their THAT OF "HAPPY WEEK" WE '

: ;1 f bftarf fctiwte- thit he has' eaten mounted atop'.the gas bag. I I pilots. ,The firms could afford to projvide SHOULD HAVE MANY LINES OF '
f- ,3 :eeK.t: .diaafrees with,him,; '1 In order, to make sure of his aim a I comfortable quarters for their .McCUllOCU'S

:'i bomb;thrower inan'aeroplane would pupils and in other ways to do things STAPLE GOODS THAT ARE BROKEN
1 :.Tk' + le+.i 4hsve'.tCen 'menfitrai&ewea have, ,to. approach; within '100 feetabove on a scale which does not exist_ in any
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I: O ,;from: '.tfee; Rasekaa.that + '. the Zeppelin, where 'he would I other country. IN ASSORnIENTS.

eaffeve. "efk .to ead the,,war. be:within easy range.of the'gun supposed f' In order to stimulate progress' in Store

: .: _ . t" to'be mounted on the balloon. aviation, military aviators were encouraged
:::' Iti i se days a1' _", ::'.t ,As a'matter of fact; however, only to enter the big flying competitions

C... .. it w4 .tie beaii- '.'-'''".... .three for four of.,,the..very latest Zeppelins and various government de
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,\ '.tIt'.....lit JdI1e" l>y- tfce d,'.Britiah. '_. ,.I.bkyde-- '.are .equipped with.' these. gun. partments gave handsome. 'prizes., For Jelly Tumblers '
.. .. "., .". .. ,/Y platforms, and furthermore,' it is THE TIME FOR DELIVERY

_ ;.1..1 :.... ,: . ..).. -: n ::t* "', learned 'on,good. authority: '.that non .liliitMillilMMIMMMT.F.HOURfflAN Fruit OF OUR j
i Tarspa.'wII': .barreseoaa_ vfor of,them is imonntedwith inns ,for'it 1

... xwl.. ,et.tMt, ,L, ,k.awr; 't faoyn iiat cif,;there;wU'8a :
\,'!'::' f.... .. )I'-fit', 1.,., ..., '..., \ kak'm :;any .of I FALL GOODS '
.-[ "t' "l .'. gee ,bag,nearsthevmiddle;:: portion':othe'diriBible f I Licensed Plumber,and all l lsPreseriit4ellIes
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j .. .-.... at two old find'its way' out near.the, >gun Eatlmatca Furnished.. Jobbing IS RAPIDLY ..APPROACH.ING .
:i J J'J ...... ft \bwM it:'k. eiery FloridaWWfaal pktform and,would'be:'most certain f Promptly Attended to.,
-. ,;.ii lYst iftJt is to explode when=the gun* was 'drsPHONE 6:9 r "AND WE NEED ALL
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...... user pbytr:becaiae:.be;iavaMU Zepfelin' JonannisthaJnear,; Berlin, 4allkMMMIMMIMIIHIMIIM s. 'raife ,AveMe.jillllllilllllllMIIIMM. i
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:: ., J t -a' '." ...(.. 't '. ..ays.' k.adnto -; Does your' Kodak, take a good picture? If not we" will examine -
'Frencha
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i i .w" aal"Jt"tiei'. '.eC, the way. | .it arid:tell you why; All.films developed: by expert. ALL THE BROKEN LINES OF STAPLE
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'ft.. ;:1is. u._aad.'.H., :isValfflost,a. 'McELROY'S PHA.RMACY DRESS GOODS AND ,SILKS WILL BE

... a......:it ._::._:D'L".,.7& .Ja.i. ... PRICED REDICULOUSLY

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|t Tfcere',are;wkked:peopk:in."Clearf '.
f| 'w er. ':We k.ait; .,becaofee' the 81miJ llllliiiUIHIililMMIMMHMHIIIIIIIMMIIIIiMMIMIIIilUliltillllP tH

1 | a ,oninhtiiftbimferemenber, before b THIS. PILL BE A SPLENDID ':
r Hian anyAiag wicked. ,that,it,wants '
t1'1 \*e,.- *ioA. weed. deeds: : : t-: : 1: i' ;>,;" ) OPPORTUNITY OF FITTING
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:, : t.n : Wffl :Not:E ter she: ;Euro- FUTURE WANTS. \
,:-- > ; ]WflRY( fOR THE WfOOING

_ v \ 13 i i ?...'.,1sA'AMorica--.'<..Warr. .to- already" -:,Over' ,, ';:..entered.,half'.". ", ['o.,.,'and. '.North was'* ; 5 . ' ,

?:C,',' .1) rtta..gweHat- JUt reports. "
? vr For the bride countless in Silver ,CutGlass : .
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'L: ? -.J -fe-r ., : .."".; '.t.--'. things ,' MANY4OF: THE GOODS; WILL BE SOLD
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I .jl :wa.'Ae.:aa.e ,tag" 'erery?other :.. "./ ., ,' V '.. AT'ACTUAL COST!

'/, f :i ..Fi l hwti ter, b t\he:manages_ -. ;":.. ',...r. .-'. -. # For Bridesmaids. Ladies. oi Honor, Flower, ,\ MANY OF.THE GOODS WILL BE SOLD
: i!; jet'8eeral' ..cokmns ;;bhe "ac war ,"t.. : -
]ll! ."" .'". ::iMh ft., : ti. .:has, 'webs. : Hew : :t Girls' et'c., Bracelets, Brooches, Bar:; Pins, La ValI BELOW COSTh
.3.i .; > : < Hers Wristlet Watches Silver :Vanity Cases '
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IS YOURS
"" : l' wde' twelve feet:Wgt"ia one' ' :. ,- -. ;": :> ., .Pocket Chains, Full l Dress Sets,' Gold .,and Silver;;\-. ... .
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: L" 'Tejwta froajfce BsroVean war .The : ,.y '. .:. 1- e. ,; ';. ? '' 1T11 :

.:., ',.{.. J.; .the sore' ":people we."get; '(.of..ttdicountry' soeh; _'"reports, wfll.coVJCffii '.the,:.less. ", :.:.- ; -' ? .:. :',".. Let us help you with your" wedding Vv. present,4 .: :;. .,{:" rCEPT .

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i1 J .f'd Hda p ; vittf'f N.; c. ,.f-, : Western drama. ..a strong Rose attended' a directors' 7'Ge1 It At t Allen's"Give
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*r tYw gto..T'asapa t"\ft 1'; 'Fr tier. Comedy. "A Neighborly meeting of the. Lakeview Heights i

{ : *? company at Kalamazoo, Mich., ,August ,
xn:1J\:; ; : '.Gi bert', and baby;and QuarreL :" .
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+ little sister1 Elizabeth. 'farterWhoha 5th, at'which tin e'the lands

.''. Kl/H. :,,_P... .'Hailft,_; -,": :.-i.;'1.' i.or_. ..':U i x::the goests'of Mrs..':Jos.Baobyr '. Mr.-. E._ A. Quigg, and .family: re- :were priced and some improvements a. . "
i Mi WIt e1i Jte'witl: peM authorized started. 'He ,
-:. i Jr.. 'for. the;past''tW.,(_)_ weeks, turned home last night from Daytona sold several
:D ? ;: : { '" '1. '
"'. L:,::.rh -!I'I" ..\...<;-.". "' _"""q.". .'" returned 1 last" evening_ ;to their''.home'We'ln v Beach:;where they have'been spending ten; acre tracts of the Lakeview :f; us a chance to show
'i :: ; % in':. ,:, ;;" : the past two months. Heights lands and groves. will be,put
MrJohc'.AAblaerg&: "'waa'aooogyerttraay ...,." ., out this winter and,several bungalows -, you the newest styles in

...f.'(;-:." trairpertaen.:, .p e.,& l ; -- / win be built around the lake. ll watches.
e-your-life; and .loanjyoumoneys You might .think,to look.at:it that .
. ,.opendb :. ;,in Ori M :';; on, r.heatate at 6"jefeent. Mr.. 'Beeman was, building some kind "- Mr. Rose is very enthusiastic over . .. We will trade in your present

interest ::Guarantee Life & ICoCurr'1Jhil'T .', of:'a two story "Jim .Grow" barbershop the prospects of a big business this watch or movement, allowing
JtoiuJCt; ,'CCaweB.aai..,daugbte , pa, .Fla",7'v winter, his stockholders in the Lake. :
'5- *,;r., 325dAwtfA in the San Juan hotel, But he : you a liberal amount.If .
MM5l'Ate! 'of.'i.flU:aamee3; were : view Heights have .
: : isn't. The second company a num-
r .{ l story'is being madetOhide have idea of
i'i you
...ngOrkedo's" ,viators...,.yesterday.Cap ... .'" ,card received' ;at"this office' last; alotof, unsightly pipes that ter cf prospects they will.bring down watch any '
r' ': Might; frbm "iSS.' with them .this winter and will no getting a We would appreciate
Hwa.. : GriffinYreqoeets we necessary to be used when a dozen .
**:<*<.-..'v t""..., ,,...,GM,,:" ,, :Iir- :.Otia. ;al3aati his' copy of 1\ ,the Morning" 'or more new'bath tubs and other dcubt become, permanent residents of the opportunity. of

.,"OlO. e,;.', .." the'veWN ''t.--;:.. Sew feeWned.to'Daytona Beach; modern sanitary! plumbing is added,to Oriando and Orange, county. ," showing you.

-"f; ....hirS'ttlf1ttrT"iW.$;:"to. ,-OtBdoyaetarday" .."% .., .. ..' where",he.ia; .'now.,stopping.: He Win the hotel furnishings.Mr. .- .The La-review' Hp yhts company is S\ : Our prices will surprise

be.:.home in<.a.few.days.. ,, a corporation composed of Northernand I :'"
; ; ( :advertifieMojtt : '" --.. ... '-: ... .. . Joseph E. Phipps, who.for. a Western capital, of which Mr. i

'tf waatiac-ioaay," aril yor: -Oran t The question ,is"--often.asked,why number of years was 'the popular Roe is a stockholder and has charge you.Allen&Co

,ny tram a w.i''t.j a- -hoA L aoffie.clay. is...not'put 'on..East, .Robinfa 1: t. of ,the Seaboard in this city, of the buying and selling end. He I :
Al : made the trip as far as Gainesville,
,
son avenue,'near Lake EolaZv ThatportMn was in Orlando yesterday from Jack
]6et'ibt ; .want ;, 9 Georgia in his car, where.he. left the '
of tows:i?giving to{the citytWs.lwe sonville greeting his, many friends .-i>
Eat all ye*wart.. ;. it 'I .
tY car and'picked his return. U
Take'a yttierif t tad M forget.. i 'it.' L" . ty. .:;fold. five'years'.ago... and. while Hooking after' the interests of up on = Jewelers
.
For.. '''- II ; not'a cent has been expended.. : the Mobile & Ohio railroad. The

if, t -2 -rl 7 ddcw:I 1 t t'. .'.J;p'' many:friends of his brother, Mr. Harry PROGRAM METHODIST ORGAN o Reliable Repairing
. I RECITAL FRIDAY
EVENINGThe :
.i
-** ''J* A\iA. '.ekrit edlad .ht I
f? f scrapping even if J.,Pierpost : very ill at his home:in Tampa. -
:as:otoMtft b #= Morgan &'Co. did refuse to'lend following program has been 5 '
:
ore te MkWgaa and arranged for the recital at the i
tbf"cm. ,. ,: ,: ,'hundred. million dollars.Perhaps CarJ 'D'1D.1 and .family leave early organ S
i-1 :,they got 'it. of, the people'National a next' week to.join the Orlando colony Methodist church Friday evening al'II
JIlL 3, A.'Se., 1M''b eD.vi&- eight o'clock: _
bank, or S. y Way; already sojourning in New'York city. -
I&tDiJ'-- : Hafcea::City.for. I We do:not know just what Mr. Dann Offertore in G .(Batiste)-Ernest I -
..o.e-dayr"raCrid tame last' Wade.
nightHr
. El
- ..t. GeoldeCplloch; .and wife leave early has foremost in his'mind in making -

if ; ,next week ,for a voyage to New this trip, but that he will do some "Earth and Heaven" (Mercandan-
: 3. W;, '''' fin ly, w h0 York te-Choir.
and other eastern marketinhere 'good.advertising for Orlando
: s while
,
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'
....r... the b. h v (
1de.ea 'a a. "Rosary" arr. by R. Goss Custard
Mr. McCulloch he .is without
'' will/purchase away goes saying. It -()_}
dlli
: .winter: .marcliaadise impossible that when hetaros re
::111fl...', tiea! : Blue Water" (arr. by Clarence Eddy
: ) : ttMMMmiMMMMMMIMIIIMIMMDEATH
:for,.his department store. he will bring'the Statue of Liberty
'. -W. S. Branch, Jr. r
.
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of Cleopatra's: Needle to set
Do not, fwa we'at .e:weather or :Mrs" Elden: Gore daughter. in Concord Park or on the shores up of Solo: "Behold the 'Master Passeth ,; '

vateh(: (tiw. MMOMMtar. Itv.wakes. Miss Elsie,.left:yesterday for,a visit Lake Conway. b y" (Hammond-A. P. Curry. '

JM ,mot. tuMopfcrtabto. sad; the! to;their ,old;' home in Battle Creek; a. Humoreske (Dvorak); b. Barcarolle

vaata.. dm vot joiad. 'it-'one-bit. -: Mick, They)had planned to leave thepart The park'commissioners (Offenbach)-Ernest Wade.
to
ti : iMiw expect:
:. ; .a. r ... fare of.last:week"but,were.prevented set out several thousand roses around "How Lovely,Are the Messengers"t: TO ROACHES
:.. ... 'iyp f'lift, Mendelssohn's St.Paul-Choir. .
*! i yirtwday" doing soon account of, the fll- Lake Eola-the! coming fall Ifother ( : ,
no
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for a vWt to. ,l 1IikrJr'Va..aDd ne.s 2nd Choeur (C. J. Grey-W. S.
of Mrs. : McCormick's
Is Bee Brand
way
provided will Roach
Gore."M they buy j Killer will rid
.,_1'" D.C.; :* wffl be a way \ them., But Branch, Jr."Magnify. j,_ your
't. of
rose
... ,tIt.. .r*-", ..'.& 'eA'vi t,toatbe mowingpicta shows donated, leaves every, the commission bush that is the,:' ml" (Burkes),- : place roaches

.:.> : .>,: .', .:.r: i' ; ;i moat'aDY, evening.:will, demonstrate that much'.more for other just in Choir. c :
: Mr, awl:Mre.: W,"" I.:'H'''i': re- !the"fact :that'all, of .Orlando's summer money Postlude selected-Ernest Wade. : INSECT POWDER
prorementsaroundthe park. It would
,
-S. : ."tL .:on.::tb 'widowers-do'not'remain at hogvary.tdght me be The public is invited to this concert .
a good for
plan
[ JaJ. ___' r_:"" 'to_ ;wash., dishes' . and.writeletters' ._ interested,, and that every means one who is .' .., No admission' fee, ,but. a silver : McCormick's Bee Brand will kill flies, mosquitoes,

I "}'tM :'" :: eVeD1 to.:wifie,. neither do they ,al- Wend of.Orlando, to contribute. a every nice offering II will be taken for the organ : '''bed bugs, ants flees, moths, lice and other insects.

..lc \ ; way|: sit afl:'byv their Jonesome' when rose. 'buSh 'for beautifying' th fun ," 5; tYSb: :tH!pJctare ahow. property L Polled Plants Cut Flowers Funeral a
: around the park;, Nice ro Stbaebea'eost ,
-1
,
f:1In.'x;. tr'P& :"' i STILL EQUALIZING CITY TAXES :
.... 'yntirtty:from _The grass and 'weeds. are getting from 25 cents to a' dollar Designs, Wedding Decorations.
. or two. each, and it.
.be
;. ,. uIIIi. w:; ':4k' :have >blgh:and'very' \u &iChtIr.n. many oftiw how can readilyseen The city council in daily session

:; 1 amt, lNbt, tiM'"La&d.of vacant_lots in'the city, and some aid the every one contributed will working on,, the equalization of city -
:- ,. RJ- .-.}>.', '' t j&L ". lota that:are not'so vacant For his ,commissioners. Mr. Nehrling taxes,.and will probably continue the

; < >*';'<.. ,'" _" t ':i/ own-cre 'aad'tI- e'credit of the town- Will bas",charge'one of the/matter and if you work for two or three days to come. THE SANITARY GROCERY
give, for
.t
or more' this
roses
Dr.-aid lip; M. Mcfirey Wt every property:owner should;declare They are taking the task seriously ...

It1 III '. : .: 1-ti sir:4Fi tall weeds..', ,The ;city. as' :a Our purpose hundreds, notify of winter him to residents that effect and/conscientiously trying to adjustthe CARUTHERS & GORE -
and
North.Caniatt,.wa. e Aif. ,."wfll. tarry,0 whole.can only be) as dean and pretty .tourist,friends can taxes on everY piece of property I fI -
,
; help the
;"' far.t.'vail .fwe, r.. :.N'....:* lWt'.' '. to as each home owner makes itf ', good work by along justly and in proportion to all other
sending
or bringing
:.. ..'.y_;. it'< r55 a taxable property in the city. Thetask.'is Phone 2006&8E.Pine
,1 "j "The'?Blae.Front Drug- 'Store7wfll nice"rose for this purpose; no small one. Street

,
Eat afl ". ; 1P );.: : soon be,known uJhe new front.drugstore HALF
f: : .. :and :the improvements: be'n1Mde.bJ. g HOLIDAYS: TO CONTINUE Get the neWS in the Sentinel first .

....._..J.I W..: U' .,,...i .' i pr.McElroywill; : give.him THROUGH OCTOBER j liMIIIHIMIHIilllMttliiiMIIMIIIIIItttjIMMMHItttMMHIIIIMMIM .

'i one of,tlca handsomest. .buriness p l aces r
t .1.1.1;
', -" " ' make ,city tr. ., A great many people apparently I MMMMMitlMIMIIMIMMIM ':: lf :!
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have the
Waai a "1ia Yr ,.I\B 7 J as.moved his launby -, idea that the summer Thursday S

., .... M ltiiititN" : ;y < .oatfit-from its former location on afternoon. ,holidays'ended with ),
East Pine street to the. Church Homeaad yesterday, but for four more Thurs
Httle ., ")"..lt:.&. :DwH:' -
:Hospital3T days the stores will alf close and givetheclerks .
.....'W..iJI1. .. r c"iti. :.of;.t_ "'" -' ": '' I> '
l- '-.j; # .- opportunity to enjoy anafternoon
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Ic'IM DIII.;; ; :'" :
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,' Mr..'and Mrs. ,G. R. Croft and two off. Notwithstanding the _
: --b; ,:children,who'have spent three signs posted in some windows : Air
months announcing
: Xr. awl Mrs.. F,A,".Carti >ft last
1
t Y.:, e ;At icCos,, $ i' m. this'city this:summer, leave',Saturday that "we will close every -:
\ Thursday
for their home afternoon until October
at Oakland
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S'br 'GtM :"
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*,jf"4 " Fla.. {Gtjft;has 1st," the belief is that
.... surd "dad'jthn:. : Mr. ;purchased ';prop pretty general: ,

:.k 11 NtW York. .. iiaroi.: i .., -- sir"in' Clearwater and he. will maketitts' ; the half, holidays are. over, for this .
:
7 ._ .
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\i: piace:Ms'permanent home some summer.. '. "

r.-.. % F. HOUBffiJUf-,:Ueaattd) Pl mher. ,of"these. :tf Y.-', The Daily? Sun'','will. ','-. .t",., ,.'t ..... ':. :- "

:,. QI..ehltita..WOIt1at fair, .prices.' .fee,,..;:.him. 'to Oakland.CleartvaS .T. P. HOURIHAN, Licensed'Plumber.. '.-I.. .' '- .
bore .. .. CoJrt'SL' '8- -tf Son. '"" Conscientious work at fair priceS'
'_ .. Phone 629. 106 Coat 8-23-t '
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C beautifultwoo .
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../.. > .", .*,''1'jc.;,'.,.' ", .....hate;':'<- '''r-'''' .a Keystonecomedy., ..::' .!:-.' -"f 1"-."'?..: ;f.", ..:.:; .: ."'::i : 't r .,;..i' /., ,:' ..,
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a g ... ?;tpmf htt6th4: ; hpldefot thelucky?fen::cent ticket: ; ,

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:: ..'. .....:;... '.' \,. .;, coBJagratiea.Untt'Batwnal .. -t-- \ ... .;.... .-.. . ,

r- ( fotot T*. fc) = 4I ;: '' credite, faIeiedit't .-. '. --- - J .
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_ if tin' .....:.;} r--f -" ? -" '
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; ( I. mttagtf : . ? rather. .. ., than'actaal. ,. ,,poeseseionof gold MUNNMAOKS r
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tknl News 3 rviee).' .:\a aaat'. .be.-'.the. *' seurce.of- _: the where.mil . Notices. of LoatF Wanted For Bile Per M \ \ \ nt L \IBLR COMPANY. 4S
...: t. : ,. for,ffiiiituy,operations.: 'EvenGenany'a Bent, etc.: for tbfe,cohma Kc for one ell,.
: Mt for three d ys, or fLOO for.OM week for
.
LONDON, AtJG.. 2M. awl.: : ...
: : jrest special war.cheat of 25 worth' or Money laUd y cee "ptny ..
lmltliyfciiii and' cr plMM;'are till advertiiaBents this, column u BO
fpa counte for- little
30,000,000: gold '' insertions will be made'on". creditT.
.Mevfttry.for w, of coorw, bet tfc.1 wage credit:,kst& i :

k prim rtqabtte trf ... .warfare. is .: 'In "considering" the comparative HOURIHAN, Licensed Plumber. :;, .'.;::';: ::.'. : .' .' ;;; .v ORLANDO !

..'mtJ.. .ftBameiri" ,rew tes,' are: the,,: i'ahiSty of European:countries' to:raise Conscientious work at fair prices. ,-:':<" 1; . <

ml BMJPTB f"n.fin'a. : .t'-L 1 t1.:awaey, it'must be borne in'mind,that. Phone 629. 106 Court. .St. 8-23-tf.

--1 wm rt"'cwdKct,q.oH.i. ',;more l the eiistence.of;..of '.the great"w li, involving - :

f i; ... 'y. ev n':than::soldiers, anna r nearly-all:tie Powers, necessarily WANTED-Couple to live on country

.. "" 1a i1 "" i limitS:each: government's credit place. Call.or 'address, 400. West Royal! Cement t, Agatile Plaster and Perfection Lime

It IMM fern wtiffiated: : ; by, experts:'t its:owa emtory and.,that 'of, its Central avenue. : . ,. .
that wIth:G nBMy,' England,;Traace' ,1, friars'andaIUe&: Austria-Hungary " 1111111111".011111. "

feum, AdsHugsry.and:8erviaeoet'wfilui ,1[i f arid' Germany are:no. longer able, to FOR' SALE-A number ol good hard MMIM I itillllHIMM I MIHtmt+
war, &* dri? : g raise money in.France'and England, fence posts and second hand, limber I '
'. : : for sale; Call on or address, Mrs. Statement of the Condition of the
predict
Mffitarymen f
IHOttlM. and those countries cannot borrow in
.
J E. F. Hoskins, Orlando, 8-ll-2w :
ttot.,.Italy,' ;:Herb id. and ::p hafflTttrkeyacd ;I'Germany' and .Austria, 'France';andEngland .

'w>' f ,'Balkan: States-
iato, chi,:coaflkt'. ODehuHred- '. -greatest money lenders.In II I ,

,. bonddollerswoidd then,be affair I =. the light of the'actual!. hewcredit I I >:"v Orlando,' Fla:, ,
'
i .itimU.!(tiw"daily:money:coat:oltfce resources, the following existing FOR RENT : "
Fourteen roOm. house modern At the Close of Business June
; up-1 30th,1914.
kaf* ,coDAagration.Tfce .
nationaldebts should be considered.
,
:
: I to-date; partly furnished; on Lucerne 1 :
: atthe
German;Reichstag,' : out ..: 'France, $6,575,000,000; Russia, Circle; with garden, fruit and flow RESOURCES
let:'voW.: more than:;;$1,000, 00,000 i t J$4, 00,000,000: ,Austria-Hungary $3-' ers. J.. F. Watkins. 730d&wtf.FOR .
tot. 'war. ';The B_.'.Parliament ; : ; Loans and Discounts . . . . . . . . . . . $379,514 36
970,000,000; Germany $3,705,000,000
i \J vs.d ow'",000, 00 'a V;'first;: and f(Great-Britain, $:3, 35,000,000. ;: RENT-Two office spaces in -' Over-Drafts .. . . . . . . . .. . . . ... 622 34

s. ; ..'.... tiw :with'.another ?1@Or909.'y ; our store at No. 9 W..Church street. Stocks and Bonds . ... .,. . . . . . . . . . 26,018 33

flM loiriin.war approprktkms hav :MY',:AUTO Come in and we will show yon.. Pierce Real Estate, Furniture and Fixtures . . . 26,637 37
Electric Co. 3-29-tf
;t tappet :the,'bon :delkr nwrk and Cash on Hand and Due from Banks .. . . . . . 291,39348
My auto is my;Jonahj;,I haIi'not
:
France ben not been:.bdiind.IB ..
I want. maketh.me .to ,lie under: it MISCELLANEOUS '
'a fifwtie war_like the oae;BOW $724,18588
roads -
hn. and .
green_ 'pastures dusty ;
'_ 1 on, tfce,ba' '&f;the world are 'u LIABILITIES.
it leadeth me into:,mach'trouble. It
powerful l LOST-Small,solid red,female hound.
poworfol, porfcaps 'j are ,drawethon; my purse;,.I go into tbs Taxed and subject of larceny. Re- Capital Stock . . . . . . . . . . . . . :: $100,000 s
; tia tfce;: Tees of the nations, in-.s paths 1 -of;debt for its sake. 'Yea, ward.for return. John, M. Cheney. Surplus and Undivided Profits . . . . ... .v.; . 39,96135

: .k.& !!though.I understand my auto.perfectly 8-16-d&w-tf Re-Discounts . . . . . . . . . . .*. ...:.'.. None
Fiance 'alieHf' has toWewYork '
:appealed; ' I' fear much evil, for, the radius FOR SALE-Second hand sewing Bills Payable . . . . . . .. . .'. . . .: . None
:
; : bashers' : for a loan;,offKMWW. : rods of the ailemight break. Ithas machines; drop head Singers, rotary Deposits . . . . . . . . . . . . :. . . . . 582,669 47

1: w' .,. ;.. "3fcoQld. __ '' ',tJds". .: 'be{ mad. *.; a ..blowout' in the"presence of; mineenemies I. Home White and,' rotary other Standard, New : Due ,to Banks . . . . . .... . ;:';'. .. . . 1,55506
the awaey. 'woald. ,Bot'be; ,sent_to 'makes. Will be ,
I'anoint the 'tires with'a sold cheap for cash this .
; left'1in ,the ; I month. Call '
Frmae :Ik"aoeld' be i
[ patch; the radiator bofleth over. at Singer Office;or phone 321. C. B. V $724,185
l United, Sifttw and Ha ;: qui.tJn.nll :
.
J Surely, this thing will not follow me Lindsay, manager. 8-11-tf
i z 1J'" ,and ,noa-cefitraband: sfttat -. Reserve Carried by the Bank . . . . . . $291,39348
'tali! the days of life or (, will
: wo k be.;,Aifped. ;from ;,New.I my; ; Reserve required by Law . . . . .. . . 116,533 89
:: '|dweUin;: the house of :poverty for- FOR SALE-Frying size chickens.
Year to Fiance .Exchange. 207 E..Livingston ayenue. 8-27-3t {
= tht" tiaportaate- .; mou WANTED-Good'second hand buggy, *
.iMW >twrec the beiaamuie War FOR SALE-Dwetling and'store room with top. Must be cheap for cash. f. Deposits on June 3Q, 1913 . . . . . . ... $527,758

? tiian. .w when stedc:>European,: and ; for'sale at a bargain if taken now.Thestock'in Address'J. Fn,Box 178, city. 8-27-tf Deposits on June 3D, 1914 . . . . . . . 582,669 49
.laa thwwn ti.e ;.eichanges .'
::: the store will invoice
-kovaai af tta w rid'oet.'of.Imgin ss.WMB .< about 1500. The house contains 5 OPEN ALL NIGHT' INCREASED . . . . . . . . $54,91148 i
r ao vitai. a ,art'of' he financial] roOms, 'size :of'lot 80x150;all set in The City"Drug Store is at your service t '
ueaal i good fruit'trees.: St rage'house and both day and night. Prompt,
atmtare h talue .WayII'the,: : '
W'l dieai 'a natkm'jataafiaf ))OUltr1.: Conrad ,Ackre_ .,. Concord dependable, ; courteous. tf : The management of the Orlando Bank & Trust Co., endeavors
data Park but conservative to be liberal in its
'- Grocery, 8.266tand'decoratcrt ft to persue a progressive policy,
that becomes' to. a_'great, '" NANCY HALL and Porto Rico' sweet treatment. and to adhere to the legitimate lines of banking.
.... ,... b t tiwy.are'Still'oi **" > "- > slips at '* -
E Who >our painter potato $1.75 per 1,000. Accounts of all who desire the services of a well-equipped and
,.K .vac for pmpOMi: f;:rottgh compari- Quick delivery** Cash. Apopka Plant -
If:yea are satisfied kee pthe one you safely conducted band are cordially invited. .
Co., Apopka, Fla, 5-24-tf
den( .. have; if not; phone:W. T., Entrican, 1. t

Of.tibe. .'a...t of;), .nr.cash;thai s, J ,. 886.:
,MM wanmf'fcatioas. of;Iarefe: have e '
.es. Clearing land is .
f ,:M thtir eealaaaad,.,iberetlirlioLtha8tats : e I Don't wait for every one In town to''I our specialty.Let .

.banks ft the'b.t'gwdeavailHa 4 lave\. Entrican,-. .the"';pamter?before us do your work. Estimates WANTED-To.exchange Vose. piano, I
'Aatarallf..f.o'recent'weekly'retomi :- yon .try!: Am.too busy to, look you cheerfully given. L N.. -Lewis, ,406 in good condition, for.Victrola.and WHERE SHALL I GO TO SCHOOL ?
the
'I np.? Phone .636'andI' willbe on S.; East street 7-14-lmo
tiM tve Great:f Powers;new.. al; b. t-20-tf- records. Piano 'may be seen at..Formosa. FLORIDA STATE COLLEGEFOR UNIVERSITY' FLORIDA n

:.war kaa the foBewing :aawate i.f ._. .. Address P. 0. Box 2, Oakland, WOMEN
torn and Wfton: 'in. 'thw.:"'Centra'lanka 1[ }l.' -' ""'" WOOD'COAL_AND ICE Fla. CALVES VILLE
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'if * 1 Wood L60 strand TALLAHASSEE.
: E ? a up. Hand's -
IFlirSale' College of Arts and Sciences;Normal School J
Fragee __ :Russia. $872,-:, Coal Yard,'phone 566. 9-,1-tf School of Music; School of Expression:
'600.000; G inaiy,,'-W, 80.. ,'!A us--". -,, '., _. - >> <. '_ School of Art; Extension Division; Graduate Law 8 Colleges and Divisions; Liberal Arts
School: Modern Gymnasium with swimming ; Engineering; Agriculture; Teachers
taa-buy, |-u.e eOOO. .;.. ...Grealiritaftl t The Robert Hungerford Normal pool; basket ball and tennis courts new and !College Experiment Station; Extension Division -
.
t : The Cathedral School dormitories Graduate Schoob Ten brick buildings
::1i. modern buildings; beautiful campus; ; new
...... and Industrial School will throw open 1, have all modern conveniences; new, besides gymnasium, swimmingpool and
t have a carload rof, Jersey Milk in subsidiary buildings. Cl instructors .
Me snail :beea_>aevalabl e! dining room and kitchen most hygienic >many officers
any
its doors-October
1, 1914, for-its fall Florida 413'young ladies from 43 counties and assistants. 3S4 young men
.i. a war fed if tiiw.;primary;f auction . Cows for, ':sale,'.asd peeple of.the.stirroftfidifig term. We hope all students will bepresent. ORLANDO FLORIDA I and 12;states last session. 47 Florida counties and 24 States and
:
cia backiag:.for. . ;paper- .currescjanderwBt r ,. coentryl'are invited to in .on:the first day. 'The build '(Formerly known H PeH.CUrk School) School TUITION Board FREE and in entrance College fee and for Normal the f foreign TUITION countries FREE last Board session.and Entrance Fees
+ w>are svspoaded. ',They aE.t' : year $12100. For catalogue write $13150 per year Write today for catalogue
pectthe stock.Risoaable .., ings are being thoroughly renovatedand REOPEN S 6CTOIER 7 EDWARD CONRADL President. ( f A. MURPHREE.. President.
'4 graitoit val e' when .exercising everything being made : II
T prices. Call_on or. address / as com A Boarding ud Day School for GirbRenlir .
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Oat taetioa. AHiwwgh; :Eagland'! ,'
fortable as possible. Any information ui Special Co ne -Priaurjr
: r i i all eat : :JAMES N.. SEWELL. lBteme atc' 'tad Aetdcmie ,Grades-
the'
central gatd salve is; s concerning .the school may be Masie-Art-Elocition-Physical Culture FOR RENT Fivp. room house with FOR SALE .

of the fv., it ia said. in" ,,banking, .'cjra l 8.22-I).'&*:. Winter Garden, Fla had by writing-,Mrs..R. C. Calhoun, Domestic Science-Climate Admirable. Healthful Situation five acres of good truck and; fifteen t Nursery stock, one, two, three and
and. SttrrwmdUf*-
; e16 1 to be the meet valuable because - I four old buds
Eatonville, Florida8Sat.tf Careful ,lea Life Capable leather; year ; Foster Early
1f..... the'iN ckiBg\.of'an j immense ::1.Off., .' Lev, Eatet.ReT. minutes walk from postoffice.J Pineapple, Java, Heanosassa, Wash-

vohm* ol :erfdk: ',of: :inieTatioaal M_ . Freckles, I I Roderick P. Cobb* Bishop )Mtmn Address Sumpter F. Davis, 209 Irviner ington Navel: Address Mrs. M.Kah $ "

.. .- "'. \Remove*', Tan. i Rector. PreiidtnL street. 8-25-6t''Apopka, Fla. Phone 2222. 3-13-tf

It'ii oaf;ei.,4e' aawfiaptien,:that .* -" IG I
; 'oo.
the eras._8f8t i _of ,the:'Earo- Beartifjr>ur complexion. Get t

p.M greet:BatioM at ,wr:.I AeaW: ''f aU!nttoriy ;,rid fanst of those SO 'in freckles.'ajar'You WIL an. . .k 1=,:U I:=.::mnU \\ i iit II i 11= m it 11 u n i ii t iii i i U\\\t\U\S,\ !!

to the"gid.itthey. wouldto ,SON'S:FRECKLE.CREAM. bseet Per
"" Lie [fiOl baekyupon;:; ; : Will t
j71l&cJ"
I >naarcato' pay'" fert.he.mlmitaene... :of noire tales may:.We require positively two jars-tjoar: RU .. .j.ur

war.> ,. ;..tatee this, and if your com- i
IB aodi. an Jevant,.eVen the wad ap-" flexion'isn't fully restored to' Your House of all insects : '
'i to natural beauty;.we'.agree' to'refund you
..tii>rt.ef'theriatries would t '
without And in ,addition '
money argument.
not fo- far gslmrdlps ring: ; the. ,$64r,, ,WILSON'S FRECKLE CREAM b a fine, fnjraat ,- 35e. 6all.iliOFor : Were to
r toflet cream. Poecn't cause hair to grow
E
WOjftW .a.y that,is. the: e imated and docs -poatiTely. remOTe,,<.'TAN. andFEECtLES. sale I They.. >:
} by : -
it risk. Price 50caset
Try at our :
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b coat of tie..Wg Rai'.: They) are. all by mail if desired.: Mammoth jars I .,
""fad to borrow '-vyan'it-i: : WILSON'S FAIR SKIN SOAP-2k,' Wilson i .
Freckle Cream Cot.; Charm. ,.S. Co. maken.. ''. Cirnlkrs & Gore :
thus. that the'.world'i, ,-- . ,.'great" 'banker. Foe ate by.' -

fik. At Ro4hchildfl:and' Morgan.'& ;.J.. ,N; McELROY". .: .-- : \K l be Married Soon


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's.a lIo.o ;Came.to us to see;what it would cost them to furnish a modern home of

.. \ S four:or.five rooms. They':wanted .their }home to be attractive and comfortable

'yetiheamounf:: ol:money which they h .,available: for the furnishing of their

home,made expensive peices'prohibitive. \

ra '. 'J,' ST., AUGUSTINE.. 'Theyspent Considerable time with u&Qoking through our large stock..

.":.". 11 We: offered a:. suggestions and gave them*son e' new ideas. They were

". .,..-''f, and return much,pleased with.what'they had seen and took morandums of what they
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BUYIIS.TO'.8BABI'JN PROFITS thoughtthey: should,'want. I'
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11 '. ; :LOWER PRICES'ON.FORD CARS I After looking i 'around in other stores to'jnakdsure that they were doing

'. '::t :'It. t. 7th ,, :the best_ possible.witKftheirAppropriation: ; they xamefback. and placed their' cruder -
tr et;lj-i'14.t 'A '
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<' &. :a6' : .. . .withus.. : .
: re
: e-
:. .S.'''. ," Y" : .. hofcemakers whom we are
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-" : \ t tI l' This; :is.atypical 1 example ..of Qundredsof
0r"C .. .- ,,... '. tlaat_ "tiM.. '- : 1" .
"' VIA ..
pleasing W

L ; Touring:Car :. ,...$55.OO( ) : vWevcarry an extensive stock of serviceabte,;,alpctive homefurnishings

A. if' ";., _. '- '505.00J. ;<10 grading from the.lowest. priced which are good, to:th erX test. Your appropriationior -
Runabout -
; : ," .. . Mlanoc f.oast ill : be frjft75 to.ooo more
i home
... ; : furnishing may !anything .
:
r.e.:. ..:OII.. ..... M. pry f ,or, eel your
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.1 ': 1 >- ohtWlth .
; > ... - o' you carimake'the.most: : : us.Kifl6id '
.P8i.r..we> .. ..... w .....- ;, t /
"Ia w.feeliq.iw+oc ...,aei tkt:aaiwr.:aet-' '
-; y.' tl1r..t r'.w II'W.Nth. U etPtt itWUN : ', .Special train i wiH ]leave Orlando ... . ". .

art._MMree_ the. abu'. !'.........'i'.. a /iJ" ,at;.1:21 m. :
p.
: ,1- ..-';'nM vit'eoei. wa '".. .pie':to:paj.U;;" .
.e b-sIs*:........ sass per.caries;erabaft't;
... }'II-.eaq"t:.raii Myir wbe >R b'yew. :Tickets good ton' special l i & s wdeiles
UiS., 4
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JIIIt_ iaar' AMtit. I. teas MpIt:1i '
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;doe lnii.iu i'e.. . .-pIk..M freshs' train only: Limited, to. ::Sepinformaf.on .-

.;. .:. : ;: ; tember,gth,2 .'

:,. .g.nmi: ,. ... {. ',..:,,"... ). -. ; ...' ol, Ql.raektlt ] :esp
r :- '-_. ..,. '; :( ':' ?;-..: ., 'i
n.. PIM M. ", :. h. .. '. : Ticket Agent,.or" '
'! ,- ""::;:;. ,\ >.... .' ** r .tl':r COt Main and.,::Pine .Sts. ": 'Of ,[ ., Floridaii .

J., G.. KffiKLAND, D. P. A,

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;; *-<1bc" : ..of, Mr, '
(,' V: \ : W.: W. MMIMIIilllllllMMMMFAVOUTE .
...; ,'rt. ':: :- :WrWffliegret: to. know-:/'that.he mm L HIS isIMG '- [01It dlJ:

; i V.::wy";.Hl 7':at,_''Wa")home_ at"Rock" lake, : THEATRE ; If. J

..;) "' .. b. ..,.. .. .*Mi- *&#':it-._-a.late.houryesterday"after."soon .- i .
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.t.'t r' he.Rai In'a critical condition. .Open.2; and GW
.OOLAIl1BOgLA. .. -t '\ 'very :' p. nu 630p. m.
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: : : "p'r'r ,. :. . Admission cents f .
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oS: ,1 . ... i'o .,. ? Mr.
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' 'k ,Dir: -- [rerFranliHorton: Walter W. Rose returned 1 :
aIN: ; and :
It; W; ,_: :, .
. Altaes\1. nt m.:. ;left'*., \y. .'fterdfty to'b' ; for ch ina Were passengers on'the''southbo tttHIIIMttlllllllHHMtTODAY'S, , Wednesday night from a business trip

-"gone d paaaenger:train over the A.,C. PROGRAM to Chicago and several other points :;

f, ;:;::1 I L. yesterday.: They were en:,route to through Indiana and Michigan, and :'.- ,

t their hoae Arcadia Rex. Drama. '"The rtofthe reports a very successful trip. ,. ', !,
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ira:: :J.3GetasddaaghterMI.ilssfx. : :; : Tmt;:N.. :c. Wayne Hills." In two parts. This ;ayes strong Mr. Rose attended a directors' .GeI I II At AliensGive

.!: i"i; ;"ireatto.; ,Taapa- -y Dater. .- -. Western- .Frontier.drama.Comedy. "A Neighborly, meeting of the Lakeview Heights I I > : :
.d .i .
visit
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&; Mrs. ,F. S.. Quarrel'? company at Kalamazoo, Mich., August .
f ' Gilbert and baby;and a '. ---ff\ .
t ., + .
5th
littlesi at which
+ & Elizabeth :)Parker, who time the lands
:'''rll ilL"P"Bi1l' ,left,yesterday fo r . ...
'' were priced and
&
hive some improvements
been the guests of Mr.
Mrs.. 'Jos.Bumby . E., A. Quigg. and family: returned .
a"week's outing which' he,will;
spend .
authorized
started.
He
'. ; Jr; for the past,two'weeks home last'night from Daytona sold several
at ; : pretained
Daytcma-by-tfce-Sea. .
: i.j3t '.LJJ. :" last"-evening* .to. their. ''home where they have been spending ten acre tracts of the Lakeview ;, us a chance to show
: iaie, mee.Weinwre .. ,*i;!' the past two months. Heights lands and groves will be put .

;';.:Doha'-'AAblieerger'Was. ; among .. cut this winter and several bungalows you the newest styles jn ,
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". :4he poptdar transportation, people, (' j : will be built around the lake. watches.Ve -
: ,
-4 :'your life and loan tyou I You might think to look at it that
8f diig7esiimy- in "Orlando.' .. money,on ,real :estate 'at 6 per cent Mr. Beeman was building some kind Mr. Rose is very enthusiastic over \ will trade in your present
:tJ"JiIon"" -, '
. interest Guarantee Life &Loan Co. the '
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:'. .*. ; ;\,C.. A.-:Carson"'.and (laughYisa' Curry ,Building'* . ., Tampa. Fla. of a in two the story Juan"Jim Crow" barbershop winter prospects, his stockholders of a big business in the Lake-this watch or movement, allowing -
\ 3-25-d&wtf San hotel But he a liberal
; Annie, of Kisaimmee,. ':were .. ..... view you amount.
,_ Heights
L Yes w"? isn t. The second,story is being mad company have a number If have

..assooag.. ; t'Orlaado'a'viMtors yesterday. A card received:fat"'this office'last to hide a lot.of unsightly pipes that cf prospects they will bring down you any idea of,

;; night'' frbm'':Hon; 'S.: S. Griffin rew, necessary to be used when a doz with them this winter and will no getting a watch We would appreciate
(Capfc:', B."fd. Sims :and Dr. Otis dcubt become the of.
: ; quests-that his copy Of the Morning eiSentinel or more new bath tubs and other permanent residents of ll opportunity .

:;:Sims, of Ogee, were" among the promvisitors be mafled to Daytona'Beach, modern sanitary plumbing is added to Oi ando and Orange, county.The -.,.. showing you. '

,wit\' '. ... ,:to. .Orlando' yesterday.. where he is no'.stopping: He will the hotel furnishings. LaVeview: Hpathts company is ., Our prices will surprise .

, r. ,. be home in"a:; ,few days. a corporation composed of Northernand

Try, :Sentinel ,classified' advertiseMtfita ---- Mr.: Joseph E. Phipps, who for ar" Western capital, of which Mr.
: if'teasting.tp Iniy,sell oranything rent The Rose is a stockholder and has .
\ question .is'often asked wh y number, of years was the popular charge you.Allen&Co

; .. from:.a_bird- .cage, to"a hotel some. clay is.:not;put:on .East. .m-1;I]I agent of .the Seaboard. in this city,, of the buying and setting end. He
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son "avenue, near Lake 'Eqla.That was in Orlando yesterday from Jack made the trip as far as Gainesville,
'Eat '
J Eat all what.yes)'OUwaat.want:, ' ,,' portion of town is_giving to{the, citytaxes sonville greeting ,his many friends Georgia'in his car, where he left the
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I: ,Take:;a'poetacript and'forget.it.- ., .twenty fold five years ago and I while looking after the interests of car and picked it up on his return. Jewelers

,For sale -b r all, ,druggists. not. a cent has been eXpenCI d... I the Mobile & Ohio railroad. Themany -" > .

'n '1.7-d&wlyi ----. I friends of his brother, Mr.harry PROGRAM METHODIST ORGAN
Reliable
i, I IY I RECITAL FRIDAY D Repairing
: ?:Mr. A.,L. Beck r returned last'night France (seems to. 'be doing so ry Plnpps, will regret to learn that he EVENING -
,: -badness fairly good scrapping, even;if'J. Pi era very ill at his home in Tampa. -
-irwn, aa extensive and pleas
pout.Morgan, &: Co. did refuse to lend i The following program has been '
: hre'ttip; to Michigan.and:other states..Mrs. I f
arranged for the the'fIt I n
: 7''' ,_ that''one' 'hundred million dollars I Carl Dana and family leave early organ recital at
". P''erhaps it of the People's Methodist church Friday evening at
they got next week to join the Orlando colony .
. S..'A.'Seen. , who.. has; been visiting eight o'clock: !
---C\'" ; Nationalbank, or S. Y. Way. already sojourning in New York city
;relatives. in Haines City for I I Offertore in G Batiste I
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We do not know just what Mr. Dann )-Ernest
"aorne'days, retarged_home last;night Wade.
.Geo.McCuHoch and wife has D
C! " ; leave ear- foremost in his mind in making
'- ly next week for a voyage,to New this trip, but that he will do "Earth and Heaven" (Mercandante -
: some
: Mr. l .
: ; : W Tocker;aad,family, who )-Choir.a. .
; fork and other
eastern markets good advertising for
Orlando while
,Juv6 been(enjoying'.life on the beach "Rosary" ( by )R. Goss Ib d]
arr. Custard
her Mr. McCulloch willpurchase a'large he .is without .
away goes saying. Its ,
's >t. Daytozfor; _eemetiae;; t returned (
: ? b.
stock. of. fall and winter merchandise not impossible that when he re ); "From the Land of the Sky- .

.-.j.- eyeeCerip*. '* i' "? afteraoon..j -.': ,-- for his department store. turns he will bring the Statue of Liberty Blue Water" (arr. by Clarence EddyW. ) ,: MMH oIIe -" -"
S. Branch, Jr.
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;Do not' :grille at':.tiie;.weather. or ,Mrs. Elden -Gore and daughter, I in or Cleopatra's Needle to set UD Solo: "Behold the Master Passeth ;:I':

ritcl'- :the;., -....-....' .-. 'It,..makesyou MiSs Elsie, left.yesterday for a visit Lake Concord Conway.Park or on the shores of Uy" (Hammond)-A. .P.. Curry. I : &pyor.J7/hf'.I '

I. 3.more; BfieoafcrfAbJe'= 'and, _the to .their old home in Battle Creek, I a. Humoreske (Dvorak); b. Barcarolle '

weather 'dOM:net mkd it one'bit dich. They had planned to leave the (Offenbach-Ernest Wade. :
"i "- i The park commissioners expect to
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:-" ; . oft part of.last week but,were pre- i set out several thousand ."How Lovely Are the Messengers" : DEATH TO

Mils ..Yayiae' .:Fa4g*" left,. :,yesterday vented'doing so on account of the illness Lake ,,Eola. the 'roses around (Mendelssohn's St. Paul)-Choir. i': ROACHES
coming fall If
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fw,'atsttie.: ,to, .Resaeke, Va, and no
of Mrs. Gore. 2nd Choeur (C.J.. Grey-W. R
i : other ;Way is.provided, they will buy S.I: McCormick's Bee Brand Roach Killer will rid
WMbiagt eaiD. C.r:Sfce: fbe.way, II. 'thenv Branch, Jr."Magnify. I I yourplace'of
But
from"'Orkado. ' .ivele. iiatXaizz'Wlrr ' .', E--:: : ;n. r just < '
most; evening will demonstrate Choir.
any ,
: -AM ,l VL$:W"'iHadtOn. reyeotordty the,.fact that all 'of Orlando's. summer I that much:more money for other' im- Postlude (selected-Ernest) Wade :' INSECT POWDER F
: I rovements.around the park. It wouldbe
terMd'. ..afternoon. oD. the Wido en.donot remain at home The public is invited to this concert :
a good
for
s SfMckl >ffw Keck, Wand, every: night to'wash dishes and write interested plan and every one who is No admission fee, but a silo erMcCormick's: Bee Brand will kill flies
that mosquitoes
t
II.I"wfc e they%::lrve:feat 'several l letters to. wife. neither, do they al means every offering will be taken for the : bed bugs flees ,
friend organ ants moths lice
of Orlando ,
.., .... tC't ._. .i: 'I Ways sit all by, their lonesome. when! \bush to contribute a nice fund and other insects.
.
rose for
:t r, ; beautifying the
( ; they: to the'picture show. property '
go ,
Potted
:;i -; around the park. Nice I Plants Cut Flowers Funeral
Ils..i ,
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: I:; Payfie.aad daughter rosebushes ,
< ,, -{ _STILL EQUALIZING CITY TAXES :
Miss Sitk,returned'ytfUrday .:from" I'I ;The grass and!, weeds: are getting cost from 25 centsto a dollar I Designs Wedding Decorations.
:
or two.each. ,
and it'can
be
Jwrtu', ;; yftNHM .'*'e, :tteyswwtd :bare high and very unsightly, on many of how readilyseen The city council is in daily session :
7 '< wek :the' the vacant lots in'the city, and some every one contributed willaid
i;> "Land of ; working on the equalization of city :
.. the '
...: -. .t- J. .. lob that are'not.so vacant For his commissioners. Mr. Nehrling
I' will
and
taxes probably continue the :
44; it? -iV .* own"credit and the credit of the town, will hagcharge of the matter and if you, work for two or. three days to come. : THE SANITARY GROCERY c
:
3Dr. :akad.Mi .;i.;N. 'McBlrey left every property owner should declare give one or more roses for this
.f ,: % .. '.. :\ They are taking the task seriouslyand. I .
"' :aftamw' :;for aJ vi>.t 'toJterth War on tall weeds. The :city as, awhole purpose; notify him to that effect /conscientiously trying to adjust : -

.,Cara.DA,wiew tMr.J,wm. 'tarry i can only be as dean and pret Our touriSt'hundreds friends of winter residents and the taxes on every piece of property I: I CARUTHERS & GORE r --

for" .a whie' ,. .d.p.. : ..., n. 'f.-a:v iiit'. toHewYork. tyae"each'home:,owner makes it.; good work by can help along the justly and in proportion to all other :
sending
or bringing a
.; A'3. g P' taxable property in the city. Thetask'is Phone 2006&8E.Pine
\f t : ) nice rose for this :
< 'f" rhe Btae, Front ,Drug Store"'win purpose
.
'1I 1-" .. no. small one. _
' '. : t aDft: : soon'be known as the new front drug Street

,. 'E twfttyoawt.Take' .. <- '" store. and :the :improvements being H LF"IOLIDAYS: TO CONTINUE E Get the news in the Sentinel first .

a portacript.-aidferget it.. made,by Dr McElroy will giye\him THROUGH OCTOBER : "iHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiniiillllllllllllltMIMIilllllllll
. : for sale by.aM druggiDto.Wk .\ , . ,.,,
: 's one of the handsomest business places .

" :;"':"" < :!i.t: .; -14-d&w lJ1' in-the city/ ,A great many people apparently !.imiiiHiniiiiiiiinmmii .!," ",'"" "" Mt, "" " . . . . .. ..... . . . . . . .
.
tlMliHMMiillMIMttlillllHilllAlways
Mr. have the idea that the I
Jfeylarian has
moved his laundry -. summer Thurs
_ ; n a strftBgw- drops, in Atown,
.: joy ,bins: '.Tett.laa-tte.is-a.greaHide outfit. from,its.'former, ,location on day ,afternoon holidays ended with

: ;;:;c-. d ",'-..'-:rtre.' ,_ .Don't.h ;\if.. East Pine street to the Church Homsad e yesterday, but for four 'more- Thursdays
: : the stores will alfclose
by; L'r.fll.of'yoir Hospital and give
t the
r. ' .clerks
opportunity to ,enjoy an

Mr., and Mrs. :G. R.Croft and two afternoon' off. Notwithstanding the
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in this city this nouncing1 that "we will
light over'}the :AtUstic''Coast: II summer, leave: Sat- close every ,
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CoMcieatieM .work at fair;,prices. -Clearwater., Plumber
,Phone;629.:,106.Court St: &23-tt, Sun. Conscientious' work at fair prices.'
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: # MODEL .m.dY-FIV FIVE-PASSENGER_!TOURING CAR '
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Y ; ., FULLY' EQUIPPED.., ; AND DELIVERED $1,285 ". town.
1 t31 K ,; r : : C dt'fJtd'Ste ratiHIt s ,.

\ ; : Wheel.base,' 112;inches;'motor 3 .1-2x5; four cylinders, cast ,y Rooms with bath $1 .OO. : ,

:., ,, . .; : M bloc-t unit :power.-plant; cone' dutch, selective transmission; : "

ii l' !'rf axles'=front, I-beam;rear,;seD11-floating; single drop.fram ;' 12- ,>ti Special rates for room and board by the '
}i inch brakes,' internal f and external; ,springs-rear, three-quarter : . ,

:: :' J""elliptic;::front,",'semi-elliptic, underslung;. Holley carburetor; 15 : ;,week.
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tttr :gallon gasoline tank, carried ,at rear, pressure feed; German silver : -f, ',. _"_ "
; .z; f : V-shaped radiator; nickel trimmings. Standard equipment:

4Y }il, ::. :a ; ,11-inch 1ectrie.he8dllghts: parabolic reflectors, bullet type side :

; ; : : 'ii f-taO !lamps, electric hol'llt pump, jack, tools and tire repair outfit. :


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"r e4 J t / t-Sck,:,far:at last Machinery is being placed .in the avoided the appearance of active

't t.4 .t lk n ";is concerned' it remodeled and enlarged: .packinghouse preparation, so caught her friends : a

t' J. ,).ji4 i hJ ,;bid ,'field. tele- west of' the .A. C. L. tracks, napping. Congratulations and best TEN
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it'-PJ;, rT ti '-' ,'::.sftch. :an' ,impor-: ready for the fall shipments of citrus wishes from all of us. -. WHY YOU SHOULD /

, 'r T-W1 wars,,has'been fruits. A pick-up nine of Orlando baseball 11/

$f :fw.yIi' r I"Jir-}I '. f in''this great Eu-' Mr, ,and Mrs. Bradshaw: are home boys came up to Winter Park Tuesday : .
r 'p=i 'l kfr' wireless: .TlieJa- from their outing up in Georgia. afternoon and played two games !- COOK WITH GAS

: ': ty4# n id:1_. ,> .process.of laying 'Dr.;, C.,E. and Mrs.. Coffin arrived o f' ball with a local team hurriedly :

i J i ant,points .to. es. home, from a month's vacation in picked'.up, losing both games 6 to 2.I h .,

.' 1jJl I ee obso- Nebraska', and Colorado last week, and 7 to 6.

1 "JrJf 1 1es -of coining by waf of his old home place While launching his boat from the .
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, .t +t ,trJ 1i1i.; : ,in in Michigan.. wagon on which it was hauled,to the 1. Convenience 6. Speed

g ants; irt : : nl The Shepherd' 'f families ,enjoyed a river, Prof Powers ordered the driver :

: to go too far out' and as a consequence 7.
week's, :at Wekiwa
outing Springs.
: :" L > 2. Comfort Efficiency
.. .'t\'"t +atl., .1f, 1-->' "',of..tae.. German C. F. Ward and family;are at the a mule was drowned. ; :

'i; nq i- ;;' ,r .entirely of port- Beach for'a month's outing. I 'Did you ever hear of a woman being 8. Safety s

1iJi1 '- The" '"great'.ad- .""J., W. Shackleford' apd ,family are' ,arrested by her husband for de- 3. Cleanliness :

y '- "-,. .;-...: f# "' if' .', .::oiler;the, old home from their visit to Eustis, and I sertion.? Well, listen then but.'guess 9. _'
H?\VI ..''. c':-t;" ..:''the:eaemy. . 'can J.;'W.'is.at his place, in.the store. you'd better ask them. 4. Simplicity PerfectRegulationf t:
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'J'f y' : erica.be . Prof. Powers and.family,have gone Mr. Hakes lost his horse last week, 1of Heat''
;kQ11Jj lfi:4t: ,! :., ,used,.the ,enmeaoages. on a trip,north in their, motor-house :by death. 5. Accessibility

f't d ;_f .. ," ':.' "' ". boat Though a very light'craft !I One thing is ,hard for the- writer l d. Economy 1 : I

t, \ikii 4 -, '" ,-. , 'other_ 'thatwireless I for,seagoing they hope to be able toget'to I to understand. Why hoe UP'all, the \
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f ,. <' r ' New York, but may stop anywhere grass by along unused -
,... ..,,.;..$: "' 1 need; ,'tat'.>,'they"',' arefar ,as_need determines., I streets? Why not mow it oc-

.' i 'Qi-!, -from, '-being- ;easGtr&an .- :Misses Nannie and Mattie May casionally and keep all grass for 1' l'
\,tr.:.),'iH':- -" ": y. engineerhand Harris enjoyed' an outing, at Winter I lawn? It, certainly looks better, is 2. COMFORT .
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1ft-.:.. iJ in ,hand Garden the cleaner and gives a solid path or roadbed I
past week'visiting'Miss, A GAS RANGE is
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"if. i. . WIVe- 8tr. Oliver and taking in -the sights in : far better than the bare sa l& in the :
modern kitchen.
t: r ippe4 meant general.F. The amount saved in hoeing would If you cook with GAS all unnecessary work is eliminated I

,; < gmjnlar. ) :Vii:is f,'i .light lawn and : I and cooking is made a pleasure. There is wood .
.'ci'- ,- ' M.Henkel and family. are at the soon buy a mower our no to bring in, :
r.f-: i otor cyclist with. (I Beach:for:an outing. streets would be better. I i : no ashes to carryout, no' dirt and soot to clean up-nothing to do but I 'I

, i jai %& $&'mdfiy:;transport" :one Word..comes ,that Mrs.' Merrill l1 : "turn a valve and strike a match."
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': I Mr. and,Mrs. Siewert, of Kalamazoo .Shrimp Wednesdays and Thursdays.Always I' ; slightest effort. ::
> ;=;i ,it : : fence .of :tMrtytfw ,:.}fieh.,;werein; town a few days!1 large asosrtment of fresh and i: No heat is wasted to make the hot ,
. I f e: ,co ntry,,ia:ex. .; 1 'then' ,salt water fish. 8-26-3t 1 room as as the oven itself and :
i looking over recently boughpropertyatld t the fire is II
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:; 'L$ -. th i1.ad";. I ;: 'planning for their the cooking is done. :: .
; Eyti l wwW .work.' i: COOK ,
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f home in the near,future To- be convinced of the prodncinpower P COMFORTABLE. I'I w
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!4 .(feffcHtfcejangetwenty Rev-D ugtasS, :'pastor of the Baptist of Sentinel want ads.-b1 one. .
church.is-away with..his wife on I
. t t r : > -e. a vacation, so' there is no preaching i I ORLANDO :

I >- =,.4 'If'-' fteee'.'a',,.&t_-. ... .A services_ (the Baptist church for the OSTEOPATHYDR. ', WATER & LIGHT CO.

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t ...' '. fe still another in the, f.. C. L. packinghouse loan, 10-12, 3-5, and by appointment 'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII------ -----'-- -----' "- _--,-, 1I11'.I'
elt_ ',;:<-.... . of the be conkftsbeen sent-- ,and another ,at the Clubhouse No extra charge for hones treatment

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'Y i4t .. .' .port- Telephone coBsectieai FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES
J.k{ } s? bakery: )and meat .market, ;to ,Say'' V
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wjf l j:iI '- at;:the cement plant, we 'are $8
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fJ' '-! ... be taken'down 'F. C. I$ ARUM it .
l '- > > ,' of,satisfaction and pride, that Winter .
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tj .7a':start,_laiig."oui; ?Park "do ove.If :
DENTISTBoardman
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t. Marie rather Mrs.
'f*" MiSs Darby, or
1'I': ,horse;,"whfisoen

,. f., 1i'i1>"..i1-r, ortyrt : --, :. .,.be" car- Dickinson, now, played a big surprise Building_ Line"First
her Winter Park friends
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OR. ,L H. 'RAISDfLL
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'- with Mr..C.Dickinson, former .

; ;\;,'t9; t ii eajgBoed. rt':to that::carry in,,war one principal, of our. school, where they. 830 to 12:00 1:30 to 4:00 (Successor to Dr. O. P. Lit) Class, Meals and Berth IncludedThis

'( I were quietlyaaficd; Of course, we 540. ORLANDO, FLORIDA
s ;\' tg; #- Rio a'.position where :. .. Telephone

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'the special rate good on -of the Company's
T.v"- ,v"T tj .: ,',tft i a sort bamboo FOR 'SALEBARGAIN steamers August 22nd to October 17th

a ('t- :.-t.,.' -:'"el.fee, 'largest- .sets- j jAT inclusive.
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ten acre tracts on Saturday at 2 p. m.
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Ie !!,. U ellt e oI Quality ,

-:- I without only two and one half miles I For reservations and further
lira fir. work.&m ,AND-SALT MEATS particulars apply to
:: FRESH: from the post office, Orlando.,

11 ".large.. ._. FBBANDGAMBaad --L .; Will sell one or all. The Ii H. G. WENZEL, Fla. Pass. Agent

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t.. ;t : ; price, will double
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W. St.
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; daa4tben- pwe. small tracts for' grove -
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e tsys Ie-8I(,of;tte'botWTBMst ) We leT1te ...etlea'aM par te's J slaetleL We few buying,values.( Also -
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8H ,eTerytMaf ifl the,Mett t is ; desirable groves, and progress- subscribers who content
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a I SERVICE I.; I Consumption .of. Food Cap-

F'1. T' tared. .From Germans,. -
Fearing PoisonSt ? :1f
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'yo', .;;'+. :RECEIPTED Petersburg, Aug. -Russkn Jtff.
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Which have*occurred at Eydt- 1/se

t;) ;There' you, have the story, of kuhnen, Gumbinnen ,and'Insterburg. .Safe '
J u. T State;'Bank checks. Without effort 1 1Ai According to.all'accounts the Germans full Deposit
,Were taken by surprise by the
'.on: your part they :are received. ,, ;receipted rapidity of the.Russian cavalry movements
; relumed-.and give you 'legal -, and the dash through the Ma
ior lake district, where five lines of 11111 LI' For Valuable
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> t This fall: .the harvest: ,i is plentiful I After the capture of Gumbinnen i
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and'Inster_ urg, the line'whicl1 was tiit1i dry, etc. ;
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: t to every strong, the, Angerburg, line, was k i
- (f'' "' payment you make protected uithchecks taken without 'fighting.The f
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Tvith the -
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; Angerapp and the successful battle . .
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the fate the central fortifications, .
:'.; .- '- '. according to military experts here.; 1 IL U;, ; valuables at home when $1.00vill : "

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t.' .- .. - I Brooklyn 7, Buffalo 5.
' .!.t.- Kansas City-Indianapolis; rain. .
;b I Baltimore 4, Pittsburg 3. c .I............,. ' ... . '. .' . ... . . .. ,......-.,-. .. .-,-.. ..... .. , ., .. .. : -- TtITi/;
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':. U t: :ESCAPE; BLOW url nings St..;Louis darkness.3, Chicago 3. Nine in- ... .;.,......,. .. ..;. ....".... ... ......... ....'.: ..........-,-....... ........'T.., . '.,,-, .,.....,:. .... ..'..:.....,".....:.....";...:. ,. :.

"; tr F ' --. KMmm I National, League i. t. ;i : d.( ; :
.: Toby,raws f. having the antomow .0 [. G ',." D t .
r. 1 % ,'bile'.iniwhieh:. thep;were' riding'hit by l .IWtKI ] Cincinnati Chicago 2, 3 New, Philadelphia York 9. 2. =:: "_:;'.;",'L:;.' :::.-..... >'1'.-.".:.; _"..'. ....,:,::''.;::',."'",....',.''./"' .'.-... .'.'.,. ,h. .".'.....>.-.;..:.':;,.....:....,>: ._",,:".J':">:";...,.p.: .,::""}\i"o.':}:.' : : .. .
4. a train,.MiU'a\ not leeethan.thirtyages j .: .
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1' > .w lea'wathe experience,oftwo I London, Aug. 27:An attempt to Pittsburg 0. Brooklyn 1. : .. '"
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} Orlsotng_men Wednesday. Mow up" one of the "chief' London!f St. Louis American 3, Boston League 2. r i .: ::: :t: f : : ;: : :fj'1! t { ? )tjY:\ ;:.; :/(t.::... ';'i.::.i :.: :'./t .'.'.: .:;tt\; :{:::); ./if:::; :. .: lYr:: ;\:: : 1!}" }.
h"_ 'i.trait at..the fee plant crossing. There banks: says the Evening News, "has 1 .. ...
1,:,.. lie af. city ordinaice against. 'trains led to an'official warning,to all banks .Boston 9, Detroit 2.
:.L. ;J ;WOtMir: . whistles-'- ;within the city examine: thoroughly; pon deliveryall Philadelphia., Chicago 1. I cupied by the Germans. TWELVE YEAR OLD SON OF GEN.
i 1 )liffiitei-aad- ,the.'noise.' of,d the.antomo-' deep'boxes deposited with them."t Washington .1-3" Cleveland: 0-:1: JAPAN HAS BUCKADED[ The German governor notified Willis CASTELNAU KILLED IN
1j ;'bfte j and:of: Mite.1a (combined "A'harmless looking deep box," the Second game fourteen innings; dark- R. Peck, American consul at Kiau BATTLE
I '.pwH d:cot all warning the 'apo paper continues;,"vias presented at a ness.New s Chau, that he had twenty-four hoursto Paris,.Aug. 27* -Xavier de Castel.
' chof the:tnun which missed'the London bank for deposit. A sharp York 4, St. Louis 5. KIAUCHAU
.. ( ; leave if he so, desired. Mr. Peck, i nau, the twelve year old son of General -
.d.\ :wtolby! :: lose*',tan.:two .feet, as itt ear.caught an ominous ticking and an South Atlantic League however, elected to remain. Castelnau, chief of staff, was. 4 |
?, ,passed,.'acresa, -,'the.track.. internal machine. .' was discovered in o Albany 7, Columbus 1. sing Tau, China, Aug. 27. Vice- There is.no evidence here today of among the killed in the recent action. t
the.box.1* Columbus 5, Augusta 4. Admiral Sadakichi Kato, from his the landing of Japanese troops in the
1r .AUSTRIANS;EVACUATE'8ANJAK I Jacksonville 3., Macon 1. flagship Suwo, sent a wireless message Kiau Chau territory. FOR RENT-Beautiful dwelling with
1 }, ; WiNOYIPAZARLoftdoa DRESSMAKING, Charleston 6, Savannah 5. to Gov. Meyer Waldeck this It is bettered that the heavy roadsof garage; .elegantly furnished; on
Rooms, 3 and 4 Hammond & Lake Lucerne. .J A. Knox.
} rt ;Aug. 27,-A dispatch to ,Bunch's'.store; Church over, street. Will Southern League morning declaring a blockade the Kiau Chau after the summer rains 8-27-tf as.
j the HaM aee&cy; at Kragayevatz, close every week on. Friday at 6 Memphis .12, New Orleans 2. German territory of Kiau Chau. Later will deter any Japanese attack for r
'deelerea that the Austrian o'clock-p'm., and.reopen Saturday at Mobile 4, Atlanta 1.. the Japanese warships appeared out- many days. WANTED-To exchange violin for
; has 'evacuated the sanjak'of 6 p.'m. Perfect satisfaction at mod- 1. phonograph or Victoria. See L.}M
side Kiau
1.r Birmingham 2 Chattanooga the harbor and shelled a small All native shipping in Chau
erate prices.' Mrs. A. S. ,Hodges.: Lewis, 406 S. East street, city.
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