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Title: The morning sentinel
Uniform Title: Morning Sentinel
Morning sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
Physical Description: 6 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando, Fla.
Orlando Fla
Publication Date: August 29, 1914
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Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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1it" :GITO'W1TBouT LOSING'.A, : SHIPI coNoOLNiiAIMPORTANT COMPLETION

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f',,_,11, t.:.,.:a- "Of" ;<<'* sea:,.Between:GemaBs' s':-and, Allies on. {Belgian Congo Lies IB Central '- Is One of the Finest and Most -

:.) i,.,. :.d: ait Fri tierS'Wiik'- 'Genaaay' 'Claiming-. I V Africa. and Has Populationof AND POSSIBLY Y' A LITTLE Modern School Buildings in SEEMS TO BE NO STOPPING

':-- deities _'i iia. Are .Antwerp 'Bound About FUteenMilli. the State and a Creditto
tl = :Airships 'I 'CROOKED INTIMATIONOF ONCOMING GERMAN

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't ". Mfttef, .,Gaitin, Hungary,Continues Paris,-Aug. 28.-A dispatch to the ,-. The finishing touches are being put

.r n... :.: Havas agency says that the Belgian CHARGE WAS LATER WITHDRAWN on the grammar school building and DEFEAT Of f ALLIES OPENS WAY

,._ o ;'A*.18-: =(Spe .a J-!11 :encouraging ,news received Congo has been attacked by German Superintendent Green says it will be

;: tonight/tb st jIie'British'.fleet,1 '.theJ Vival 1V battle in:the troops. ready for occupancy by the 20th of
Regular Meeting Yesterday Af. Gloomy View of the Situation Is
North _:hssunk: :'two" Gennan,cruisers, two torpedo boat deg The Belgian administration, in .accord September. All of the constructionwork

'.> stroyera; and had battered'.and,set 'fire' to a third cruiser, fifty with Great Britain, has taken ternoon: Became Interesting has, been completed and the Taken in France and With
). German defensive measure, and ,has informedthe When Intimated Politics, hanging of doors, laying of floors and Allies Defeated
!: mils.off,the, .coast,'.coupled. ;with the announcement from HopeIs
; French government of its action. of blackboards is all
.:: St.Petersburg that'the Russian troops have. crossed the Vistula lies in the Ruled in PurchasesThe placing about Scant
The Belgian?Congo center that remains to be done.
:: in Germany' ,has Ab .ostit: Ii wiped out the feeling of pessimism of, Africa. It is separated from While not one of the largest the

tunder t.. '. which. '" 'Loader'. .,4 9. has. 'fen laboring." .for::the:past"few days.. Kamerun, the'Gennan colony,of western semi-weekly meetings of the new building is one of the most mod- Washington, Aug..28. "The French
These.late'.tidings are ,burdened. ,with gt significance" for thealSejd equatorial Africa ,by the French city council are usually as, peaceable ern school buildings in. the country. and English north armies on the Sam-
':"'n', -'armies' ,.":the"waAice holds"*.. Congo.' and uninteresting'as a grandmothers' Nothing whatever has been overlooked bre and Meuse rivers have been surrounded -
.' battle The area of'Belgian Congo is estimated quilting. party, but yesterday after- in making it a model of con- by German troops on all
The in which'tM'.Gerinanf
suffered such heavy losses
.at ;over 909,OO square miles.It noon,jMr. R. L. Holland added spice to venience and comfort. sides as a result of the latest fighting
t was.fo htfifty:;: miles 'fiim. Cuxhaven. lie,port of Hamburg, is Administered by. a governor. the proceedings by intimating that Every one of the eleven recitationrooms I ," says wireless from Berlin today

: .Ga: y,at' ',mouth':ptth.e71 er'Lobe.rHe . :general. and the native population' is I the council was not exactly straightand is well lighted, one whole side to the German embassy. The

' ihiti:are,that>the.British fleet,suffered no.loss of ships, !given at 15,000,000. The entire Euro 'possibly a. little crooked. His: in each room being given up to win- message adds that the "French east
;, bUtthAt'III live'jere;'S Crifi ed.-" They'"also confirmed the report -' pean population.'in 1912 numbered i charge made. the session ,one ,of the dows. In addition to the .ventilation army has been partly driven to the
5,465.. Of these 3,307 were Belgian. most interesting held in many a day. these windows fresh south. This has prevented communication -
> that the R as i ,Ari hers i :Pallada_and,) tyrhad..sunk: the through air, hot
The colony possesses force of native The basis of Mr. Holland's chargeis or cold, as the season of the year de- between the French east and
< :German cruiier'Mad burg.:. troops amounting to 18,000 men. tangled up. with, the recent 'purchase mands, will be forced into each room north armies while all the German

Qtbtt.. ports,.. ..- f;":' (xYarlOIs.capitals' '.''relative. 'to .the,;fighting. at The officers, 182 and the 283 noncommissioned of a street sprinkler, and it was through big air pies and the bad air armies ire in contact from Cambria
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,: .the:/main meter. ',of..'actian" ... nth: ,;.:Igian-French. frontier., ,are, officers are Europeans, needed.to cool the council chamber off .taken out through other pipes. through upper Alsace. The German
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<'. lew::hopeful. the.most part Special attention has been given to
i4 the chief settlements are Danana, ,' Holland is the local .representative - revention "The appearance of a Zeppelin has ;
: ljottv m ha'.beealuby"&e;Germans : the> of loss of life in case
"' ; Boma; and LeopoldviHe. .,of the Studebaker 'corporation of fire. All doors outward and caused a panic in London. ..;
open
>, Field Marab, .d/8rMnFrenchit. I ;: ;was_ ,announced" in the'.house 'French Congo or French, equatorial and ,as such submitted 'a' bid for the the recitation room doors can not be "Reports to Berlin from Copenhagen -

"o:.,of coon!durag :the;day, 'reported;\the British forces.on :the Africa, is west of Belgian Congo. It sale {((the city of street sprinkler. locked., In case of fire in the base- and Stockholm announce that -

: w.'.. in ihi'Mi iBm Or( ..:Can.br. r-.tr,Lecateu.expbsed has'ai n area-:of*-,6,069 :square' miles, T1wlf long came a traveling! ''Tepre- ment or lower story big; doors win 1'I there is a grave crisis in the French ;;

.:,$, Uie'attad eeNGerman. . army corps>;: ,, and'that, -.Br itishr casual-.. aivd'a native'population'estimated at sentative of the Studebaker concern close and cut the smoke and flame off I government. The Spanish ambassador 4
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...:.UIII..... hea..,. :; '. "- '":s.i'i;- 9,000,000. The principal town is who ,was introduced to the city officials from the stairways and upper floors at Vienna has called the situationin
"'::" Tlie British iis'bearing'the' of Libreville with a total French popu- and also submitted a bid, whichwas until ample time is given for all chil- France very serious. 1
: army brunt the ,German
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.. .. lation of about 700.' French Congois the one accepted, being more dren to pass out. In addition to these "A meeting today of all foreign J
:" .' it, the French having failed;to:hold the enemy; covering the administered by \i governor gen than one hundred,'dollars lower than safety precautions fire hose and hydrants colonies in Berlin was held at- whicha

: British:flanks,. 'C eral. The military orce consists 'of the bid submitted by Jlr.-Holland. are located in the halls. resolution was passed thanking the ,

... Tfie: French aad British.met the German advance on the line of two regiments and two battalions of Then came a communication to Mr. Each, recitation room is provided German government for the kind f

\ ,4Bfej&B.todays: :It'exfehda.,over;: 2 miles:and: there. was'terrific native infantry and one squadron. of Holland saying that the council had i with a large hat and cloak room and treatment of foreigners and to express -
-' ; French cavalry., notified the Studebaker people that has of admiration for the wonderful
;. iSghtiag all alongg,the front., an unusually generous supply
-'. Kamerun adjoins British Nigeriaon [they could not do"business with Mr. blackboard The exterior spirit and enthusiasm shown by the
space. appearance
; ,Goinany;ckima,victories af Dongwy' and. Nancy,..France, and the'northwest.- has an area of Holland'because they'did not like his of the building is very cred- German people.

':,:: jke eapture 9fr;the French towns"of,Vilaruht;:Longwuyon! 191,000; square miles and a native politics, and it was upon this'.that.he itable, and when all the scaffolding is "Civilians of the Belgian town of

:"' 1IIOIIt. 'Audleromanf,,and.:Briey by the-army"under i . Crown, population of 2,500,000.' In 1913 there based his charge. removed and the grounds improvedit Louvain made a perfidious attack on
WUheITh ", "" we.re '1,871 white residents, 'of whom .The charge .hit Mr. S. A, Johnsonthe will be one of the handsomest build- German troops while fighting. Lou-
Germans. The protectorate hardest because he is the street vain was punished by the destructionof
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ings city.
d.t llittteMaubeuge_ ,.according to ,Berlin reports, ,resultedis handled I 1 "
commissioner and the
is underpin' imperial governor pur- The installation of the furniture the city.
: 9MptiJjiiii
: o victoryoftbeGermans: over::the British and the, seat of.:'the government is at chase of the sprinkler, and he did not will begin as soon as the floors are alII ,
':' ':! PoIloW the.retreat;;:>from. Maubeage, the Germans renewed Buea. The,military'force'is given as mince words in saying that any laid and the building .t?' 4. ready brl BRITISH MARINES NOW CONTROL -

>t:, attack it 5 Arras,*,whie the. French army is reported .to 'have 200 Germans, and 1,550 native troops.SIGNS I charge that politics had anything to the time school opens; *he last OSTEND r'

":'. stfaatm:well:in.:handalthough ,the French war office dis-; do with it was false. Mayor Sperry September.. I London, Aug. 28.-British marinesin

,fetches from."'Paris, admit ,that, it, has been necessary to rush evidently considered the charge too L.I I force now control Ostend, says a '
: ' "" WILL HAVE 10 G GOBY absurd to be taken seriously'and apparently THE WEATHER dispatch to the Times. contin
They :
:J $.' aeh fctorholcl** : .the" :line "east through.the'" depart : was ,not worried in the least, I ued landing all day yesterday and ;,

JJIII< fot Hold'tow&ftW" :,AriaiL_ . : 'while:Mr. Robertson did not tear: out Florida: Local thunder showers .several quick firers were brought ;
:- #. ,:To'the east. the RuAfli&n,_advance(is;being::developed with great TUESDAY'A II' any of his fine head of curly' hair.. Saturday and Sunday.GERMANS. ashore early today.

... The ouUyinfAustxkn: 'defenses.have been driven in and After much argument it was evident -
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.6t 1... forces' arenow, ready tQ.. attack:Lemberg: ; the: to the that' Mr. Holland was convincedof
,, capitol petition was presented the,falseness. the charge he*had CLAIM ALLIED ARMY ;
j.- Galacia.. ;Todey'Te Russians were .in great. :force. council yesterday afternoon signed by made and he practically withdrew it I

- D 20 mks. of the city.. .. over one-hundred' business men praying by,saying he wanted to hear no more IN DANGER OF BEING CAPTURED ;

::1 ftom the'weir office:at St.'Petersburg 1;) lles.official. announce- 'that' the' ordinance requiring the about,it and was .willing to drop the ;
t removal of sidewalk signs by September -
'E.. ui that the: German have also been,driven whole matter: .
outposts in. thewad
.- : by 1st be repealed: -After some discussion London, Aug. 28. "Since the great hind that line.
in foree.:in" the vicinity of Koenigsburg.' Also that Councilman Robertson moved ,disaster which befell the allies in Belgium -I "There is no longer any serious ;

'. RuariliM have sacoessf: uUy.n fflfiied in the--twentieth .German that the petition- be granted, but for LONFIRMING'M'YNOLDSS'OPPD l a silence deeper than ever has fortified obstacle between the German ,

;\!".my'Corpa wound.AUenatein.faecal want of a second the motion:was lost been the censorship'," main advance and Paris.. Under the
will have to and only imposed by says circumstances it is '
E met The signs go not. surprising
: betweentheAustriau Russians
r army. and the two 'more' working' days remain before ) the Chronicle today. that the French ministry has resigned ,"
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.. lotbeafowtedloager.; : the ordinance gOes into 'effect, "From 'a message sent out twenty- and reconstituted itself as a committee ;
to the'Ru illwar.o1fIce.a1torether,2OOOOOoJtus- In .the meantime, a ,professional sign four hours ago by the French embassy of public safety."Meanwhile .
ai as having crossed the border: remover could be:kept'' us1 because Washington, Aug. 2& -(Special)- .showing fighting on the line as if a siege of Paris .
= '* -"- r *' !apparently none'have: come down .so For nearly four hours today thesenate between, Cambria and Lecateu, it is was now looming foremost in their

.'f A AWTHER ZEPPELIN VISIT ftrttapfliHb c to the. removal of their signs on nomination of Attorney General Jas.C..McReynolds back jast their line of frontier a general in supreme commandof
::, + to-I (Sp ). JiMf'heiid. a Zeppelinteed
"' "'. ''. < 'and;overhanging the .sidewalks, it is for associate justice of fortresses to.point twenty miles be- Paris and its troops.
;'1 i TvahM :>blng in,_the. .di e tioB.. of;:Aitwerp/'.wired contended that their absence from the the United'States supreme. court, and

Antwwp oafTMpoadont;;of theRotterda acaCodcanton the scenery wilt improve the looks'of the ended by taking a- recess until ,11 TELLS COMMONS OF
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:; ; of Almost 27. '"The people:of:Antwerp," the: dispatch'con- .direction', of a more beautiful city. o'clock tomorrow morning,when. the .

__ ''.. smerely; <: ttf9B- ;,.butJt'maritZe_ ) ; .: :\|:is alsoV. :first,step in the whiteway discussion will be.resumed. Most ofthe HEAVY BRITISH LOSS IN BATTLE
.. 1' : ... :, .... proposition, whichwhile; apparently "afternOon was occupied by a'
'dormant now,.is sure to be ultimately speech by.Senator Norris,,of,Nebraska .
e' rnW ;Ot in: ": ) bbrhood, of,:the, royal "realized and to, make" 'Orlando . ,'the leader of the opposition to Mc- London,. Aug 28.-Premier As- five German army corps, two divisions

", km' been tamed wt:,asd t't)1( :: houses; 'are',being-closely. :as :pretty ,at night as it, is in Reynolds quith announced in the house of com- of cavalry and a reserve corpsof

:d. ,'. < ." daylight cavalry and a second cavalry di
British inWednesday's
mons today thatthe: troops

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: < the attack of five German army corps. i bore.the, brunt, of the cavalry :

-. '" f t The losses on both sides, he said;were il.attack wile bur first army'corps was 4.f.
=RUN? OUR HII '
STRUP'AND'y '. great.. attacked' on the :right and inflicted a s .

.J ; ., Premier.,Asquith:said:. very heavy Joss on'the enemy.
; :.Cornish,ItJSr Aug:2il =(Speelat) ""We lave,.heard from' Field,.Mar'shal -Iregret to say that our casulaties t .
.. 4L8.t )--A Zeppelin.haspsesed'i : < .
aw. Paris,, :Aug.Co. L 'Osnobichin, 1 We Sir.John::;French,"commander:in were heavy but the exact number is :., :.i.
} = Wilson arrived ; today
President
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d w aaobserved at ,- .
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Lienr Kassian 'military' attachehere,, is id t'of the British, :expeditionary. not'yet known.> The behavior of our* 11.
r; Journal for' a weeks":vacatkm \wM'ik foree/thatin the fighting which tookpke '
aetedbythe, : as having'de- -" ". '- '*f "VdflBghters : troops was in.all; respects Hmirabte.j} :,..
"dared.'tlif, ,,'hecould_ '. \witiout; m-",' : ,and other retetwe at:Harlftk :, ,b w en.'fek.:army' and. the-\eeeay -: General Joffre,.tW..Freseh, lends .. '
y;. WIHAIMttNTAof O}' TTARA C01TINUES' g 'ctii ntio : ..iW' other+'armies" were Bden, .tbe' rnhnmnr; 6eree.?: :on. WedMoiqr Anger'.26/and erin'.:-' chief, "'in" a,.message published "-
about 'to""invade: 'western 'Prussia '. whick. ftpfttf from itoch 'official.. this morning, wmveys his eongratulaKtions
!, 28.oboabtrd.-Sc4)--Tbe nglo-Freneh4. After} .\g"-:the-" ',h ::sa.W; .J.tA'table faUif ;-t lra; r. ,. 'reperte tit kte.. ,. ift t& ne hber- grid' smeete:thankf for the protection

tb Hungariaa port:of :Cattara,--s : :K ..WouldJn rclI straighto w'. gear' ";;-. 1M, 4urtis 4t hood of ".-',,,, "' .,-lid" IA Clteau, our so effectively given .by. -our

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pee the r Mil ,. Akest remak indoon betweea ADd held a tots'' sway: '
....I 1" :- hours' BBfeM they:have a permit allowiflg .- Or been a k.ng of high finance
'? 'LtMII, Mr. 1 ',it I, them. '.;:to leave :their:homes., :The With marker cudisputed* hljti power.nod ra'ghtjr;: car W.: M. SLEMONS

R tapst city hi the world,with its,eesBssts :Enter by. .force.an y build g or ship The enI ti of the hour;: :

..11''''' ,JI It".. I'of.: .'. e- shy. -seise .anything: : which there. .is 'Tou may Ivte ruled society
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U hat Ml ac yet shown any. ,,visfefe reason. .to. .saspect.is,intended for_ 'any An_ With bop-sutuhe u g.at f our rein haughty feetAdrusslm ,
m signs of tie 'war,;ewept for;theaonmont 1 Purpose: prejudicial. tothe public, 'jte:C! t" gs 11; .
l of sad tbe' You"m\i'l"s.>'e t t'h'a sdentin
+ troops crowds
Famc tl. Jr. 'iai.outwit tle3'nc!,
t\J fa the.-stwts,_reading" : -'the.. .newspaperboBetns. "" -, .Any.police constable, officer of'cus- With'rt",>-,:*, }*Avr. ho.naj: sue Sale
i1i. .Bat 'it"i8, 'net. imprismtite tie; or;:any,other-person:authorized AH.at } 'uf=k-art.t imint md., Raising

;, r't 'that: the.jrett'cHy":'-nay:before(the for;,the.':purpose" 'by the._ competent But you fc'rt n-ttr x. ,ntii for helsntCf onep

J k i atuyondoot':coaflkt is';ended,feel, the naval:or;\military.authority ;may. arrest ;.You've kit ww>.V*'I.fS VL<:/txq I i.c tin.hUHest. thing
>> privations of"Martial rale., : = : ; without :warrant' any person li'ilt.i, f r i :x.. i1f 'a.in: .'
., "Defense, 'of the iti'or tn5, IMC.cf :and ,
:; Under the BOW, whose behavior'is of such nature as niei kings.
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) fit" get,.tAe fol ovrug are some:of to g ve.reasonable grounds:for 'suspecting .3'.v <<,.\' *.(;-,.C,toJ i.*irown.Until :trt:}Jjne8. :'
'-, -the,regulations:feat tMJDiili ary'"au" : ? :that_ he has acted or is actnig A ff"- t;.rn':&"'u. .*= !t\t down .. : ;:. .- .August 18th to August 28th.

!gf thoritie,... *'nay *.fmto 'offset::.. . ,, or is. -,about. :to.act-in a'manner. .prejudicial .---,f-.iin3ureAmerican.. \ :-;.. '., '-
: ?,{ "u Aay MUiBff may.be soisod by.the. tai the" .public safety'or the"safety :- I -somn:s Cure. .. .

t;,. >.., ry. aiieeYaad., if. n eeeeeary-; >of.'the_realm, or''upon :whom; maybe "Dorterv,.a 'two Vui \Irtiui of !
:r); ... < " found: an.'article, ,booty letter, "or Insomnia, I laut Mt't'la! if' fiore'M( tne
'"$>> '"No OM'may, pf reports likely! other,document,. the ,possession of least iw I-**',. lIra! ',ix 2( <.at DII the back
i' ;to akm the'cwikapofelation."No ' which gives! ;grounds:for,such a suspicion fence, .for Inttm'e." .' Come and See What You Can Save.
,R i ;9M at?:.fetter:.,sear a:railway. or who is, suspected. of havingcommitted *TLjx! a !ervJJ] lie e 'ertlve." .' .
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regu1ati ns.I .
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;. J. r ..soHior.wi. .._ .,., : .Anyone ,that i knows,-that another "You don't take"'it. You gf"l"1t" to w. M. SLEMONS:
,s, ."Any, person, wlto :breaks ..any:ofthe ]I person has'in his possession arms, the cat In a little milk.H-Peflrson's.
.J : ,regdatwM given*, in ,the.,order. ammunition without Weekly. -- .
explosives ,
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it nwy_ '.be'triod', , G&K.by:.court" .martial lawful'authority must inform the autliorities Nothing' Much. ORANGE AVENUE
f be 'handed ova,:for.trkl to.the: He had'beld forth
; or : torso long on tbe
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'}eml aathoViUes.", subject of hfo'adventures_ that the entire -
.. shot guns;and,ammunition. them.
"fte'aathoritioB .given the:right : ,smoking room was distinctly t
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; It.is announced that ordinary civil
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of :.to:anyjand:and buildings, -- ,
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offenses. will be with the
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'and_ :are empowered to .. Up to date painting, papering, "I"'D'I"lllltlll"IIIII"I'
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any will be dealt with by courts "Pooh! Thafs.nothing." said a mildIooking
,'.; nHHary' :>works,',indudkg .martiaL These offenses ,include: little man, edging toward the it? That's easy, phone 636. W. T. 'We Will Put the Reinsof !
.t.:"roads, "thereon. ; .and' ;to ;r move ,any, door. '1.once saw a man eating rab Entrican. 1-20-tf
trees, ,hetigesead 'fences therefrom... Unlawfully publishing naval or military bit"
(Take poooocoion of'any buildings or information which might be useful And be sauntered gracefully out- If you want' your bicycle fixed in Success in Your

;other.'property,'jadeding.:works:for to -the enemy.Making London Tit-Bits..__._, a hurry take it to Warman's Repair 4
(, ',the,, siigply! :of; (gas,', electricity! ,' ,or photographs,'plans, sketches -- I Shop. 12-5-tf. Hands
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-Taieaacb'stepsas'roaybe"Aeces-; : .Tampering with telegraph or telephone And But cut leave a pretty her alone caper How? By furnishing you witha

\' -sary 'for.'.placing.. r -any, buildings :or wires., And shell stay home, T [ [W
> Now it is.in the paper. perfect Fertilizer. Let -
:strectefos nTa..state of defense. Giving or selling liquor to a member our representative

,Cause any"s boMngs. or structures :'.of his_ majesty'sforees'when on. Jack Sprat was dancing call He will
other j His wife up a ditch. on you. give you a
':to be:destroyedor:any 'property to sentry or duty.. She didn't dip with him
be..moved;from'one
or,>to.be destroyed.'Or .., bridge: Said Jack, "We'll be drowned" ;
.'any''other =act; involving: 'inter,* Spreading ,reports, by word of But Joan told him when. -- your fruit ,
.foresee.with ;of mouth or writing; near:'a defended And rising together. .
: ;private rights: : :property They dipped out again.St. Absekfely First Class !
,which'te'nscoooary" for 'the:..purpose harbor likely to.create disaffection or Louis Post-Dispatch.
; aforesaid. ... alarm.among the"troopsor the civilian -
>',.Order-toe. inhabitants.-.of'any. area population. Money Didn't Rooms with bath, hot ; m

:near:.a\defonded-harbor.' .' to, leave-the-- Lighting a fire on a hill near. a defended and A Bobby guest had was received expected 5 cents for dinner as the and cold water. m rl r rti iff r
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; neighborhood.' harbor without permission. price of his silence during the meal Open year round.
.,, Order,;th. to remove vAlea and ,Courts. JW'tial.will! ,have powerto He was as quiet as a mouse until, dIscoYertng Summer rates through I

boate !and' evdea roy;military- 'stores- inflict ,sentences of penal Servitudefor that his favorite dessert was and September. .ORLANDO Phones: Office 32, Plant 31 FLORIDA ; ;
'in t wtr'.wossosawB* life. being served he could no longer curb August

'Order\'y hfie.:houee near any'.deN his enthusiasm. He drew 'the coin ORLANDO FLA, ,HimtlllllltllHMIMMilillliittlHIHtHUHItfra
- ,. .... latbOtat,: _c>osebetweeo '., Who is your palmer and decorator from his pocket and. rolling it across ;
-' If ; satisfied keep the one the table exclaimed: "Here's your
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.: have;, if. not,.'phone.. W. Entrican, nickel mamma.t'd rather talk."- Rubber Stamps made to order at "Itipays to belong to the list

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za ... 'To*, ..... S-TIe'e {ari: 1JNi tIU :recruits"from the kitchens.

.... JR'R, ppe4' :)IP.; i. ; Porfirto Diaz former president ofMexico.is GRAND

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t.. q t. ..,. .Walah. __ ;.of. the.J.:White. :Sea _;.! 'Lotldon'Aug: 27.-Thirteen'.surviv.,I dangers:to which :one Is .exposed! are
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..' : ....BY. filial. to. .kite. :,'-t discovered' " -,.-* aad.' ,byewrf.ffl :! brs of a: Danish. 'trawler'which ch. :wasBankbyVaV9oating 1 r not r the I13.wekind as tliost?,In llexlco.An .
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......... "eonKi'baet*'after:tnore-than:a,".1earia" . sea have been landed at Shields. Fourof I I committed suicide TCMDA.Y
ID New York other Starrins V
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'::-,,,, __ ifs ki 4!a-;:: .f j-_ :the rew',lost their, lives. I to death lu a 'I kind of plentr I*'notblnj;

;,. -;' y _:., .T..... ,Asfar'. 1iin.w'.. y:has. >be n: .able..' The fisherman was'on her way: to to: killing oneself when c ntlrely, sar-
'b1. .Y. to. >figa..,ostltt it.>ws twister of Iceland: when.._at '10 o'clock Wednesday.night rounded by heiress '-
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.. r) _..a-.. .. .,. ,' w a those.on_ board felt a terrific
t-1' "' IMS ezpkunad;!k,'bat ;not In 'detafl.To -e>< losion. Flames shot up Harvard students no tiger use the

TV mtBtioa 4. of t* .w' fetter/la: i :'do "sdrwiM....., 'bV. .to.--.tip-'.:ofm"ry. .' .around the bows of the vessel andshe phrase beg. your pan c." "Instead "Pathe Semi-Weekly "

.; -- ...... a' few days ago:.ye*. other:;pitcher in the leagued Some:of began to 'sink' rapidly. A small they! say indicate"I'm'ferr mry.tlccerity whichseems than ,

'., _j IIIa, I-.t" Mr. Jay Ny.*':IftH' ,Ed's, team:mates i;have'.told about it, boat. was- launched, ,but the vessel. the request to for a pardon.more I '

.., gad Jaffa* ttMata,, to,.ahow: aSectioel htit r'dSeerigtn.of=it\w just as foundered 'before four men in the This wonderful release picture posi--

: .. reptweBtative ..e ,aachaider ,l idM',Haoet;of the :cablcethat. ;de- forecastle could be reached. ." No fewer than 28.674 teachers of tively shows the pride of the French

. lam Tte flldaft iart was writte* SepUaibef.22,1833:: ; The'new:carve, taking it.from;.the said the concussion, hurled him frage.. but the figures are less Impres army in action. A number of other interesting

.T ,tai Httrford, .;Kw York;:'to' -Mr. fragmefltery- statements: coBcernuig against'the wheel house. He was sue sive when we read that 43.123 of
: v ,;,.;: it,,;firstshoots to the left after V laving the same profession nave, declared subjects are portrayed.
..... tatotbeslot ... ..!.... ,: ae& .E, ,: ( eessful in getting two injured men '
.ma. fka fattar ins. : writaa. ; .be- the hand,then"shoots to the right out.of the forecastle but.four others against It.

*reithti i' days:et. enTtlopag-''aad'the_ ' Half vray 'between the pitcher 'and must have been killed in their sleep.. 'Miss Peate. a young lady farmer from "Too "

rdd :.i on tiM. bade, has'become. _pariUlj the:home-' :plate the ball stops: for faor England says that American girls Many Husbands,
". Segibb, the'state Maf ...etei seeoad" 'two. :If it,is a':warm';day ENGLISH SUFFRAGETTES REOPEN would be better off,If they got up at

':.. tar Mottod 'oat,. IV. k.ible'..partof- tH'ball.peases"'and cools' itself off. I HOSTILITIES 4 a. m. They do. the most conservative A Vitagraph special in two parts,
""' *4Mt adubNaM la "Mift' Mary.ABB:Gar* If the;jday be("cold the ball, after_stopping -' of them and have Jilt one more
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,7. "+ aWaabillrjtee; ..Mieomb_ mty.":. ,:ejecates:a few tango,whirls- soas A .London, Aug. 27Mrs. Flora dance before-going! home. featuring the world's great comedian, Sidney -
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Tie .leitser idb.all.. aevis: of tbeIfenfty to Jceep.itself,warm' : :Drummond, Mrs. Dacre_ Fox, Miss A Russian lawyer has ant tnted a gyrope Drew, also Hughie Mack, It's great.

aid.dish.. ,..iakly..with' ',.family Having cooled itself, or warmed itself Richardson and fourteen other suffragists .motorcar that can turn a cornet
affairs, .aad at:tke tugs"it.was::Wilt- as.the case''may be, the ball proceeds ,were arrested today in front of at full speed without upsetting. .

ttn the faafly:was eip ctiBg to move .on its. journey;;.taking,.the outside the home office where they attemptedto Such a device should be forbidden by "JANE

_ ..t ll tIJt: : .c :: m0i8: coarse: until.near the:plate,'possibly interview Home Secretary"McKenna International action. Motors can turn
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. aad HM" writer's father:Wfi: :that in fear"that. a German cruiser on forcible feeding. When refused comers now at a sufficiently deadly

. atctfea +ef the eoaatry,'the'fet. that,,- it" 'i lurking, somewhere on the 'inside. admittance,they tried to force an en +rp4. An Essanay drama. A good picture.

':. 'of two.awathj for"aletterVV 1 track_ready to shoot the ball to Helen. trance. A hostile crowd gathered and

, V ftea1t"t.a'reach ho.::Wag; .men-. Gawne... '\. the women'were. seriously'threatened. NOTICE OF ELECTIONTo
, : '" .:./ :..."" -;' :Provided;the ball reaches the vicinity I "Andy Goes Pirating "

. AiP'''":;PSA8' .--mfhe'letierw .' '. vf the plate in safety, it does several ALL AMERICANS OUT OF 'ITALY State of the Florida Sheriff: of Orange County of the a ,

- k 41i:,.... :: things.;, First of all,it. loops the SOON Be it Known That I, H. CLAY CRAWFORD .

'-.. _.wt(, '.: 1 '-:..-fr9ll, :r"Aunt !loop four?times._ Then.it drops, or it i Florida, Secretary do hereby of give State notice of that the State a of Another o1'those clever pictures with

,'.:, Hannah 1.-,. ,w_:or:;two(sisce",;dated. doesn't.drop.' ,It shoots right up into' New York,-Aug. 27. On receipt of be held GENERAL in Orange ELECTIONWill County, State of ourlittle friend Andy Clark.
Aagu lUk 198&;;. :She'.says'she; the air/shoots across the plate, or ithits advices that all Americans would 'beoutrof Florida on Tuesday next succeeding the first

< M !to\maero;:the .death'of: 'Grandpa .the player. .in-the\ :ribson :the Italy within a week, the Dele- Tuesday Monday being in.Novmber the A. D' 1914, the said

i .and'Auat Mary Iwt that is'.nothing> dome, ,or' on hiS'.manly buzzum, all ware ..and Hudson 'Steamship company United THIRD States DAY Senator OF NOVEMBERFor from the State of FIVE BIG REELSORCHESTRA

': .. what'rile hat. bee', eaU d to undergo' ... ] according'to. today cancelled the sailing of Florida for six""years from Mach 4, t915.
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:t' it.Ae :was Sometimes. : arriving' .at.. the which For Representative from the Fourth Congressional -
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itpw ap'.p : upon the steamship Oceana was District of the State of Florida h
',', : taW to part. :.with' three'.of her plate the ball doesn't, do. all those have left ,here August 29 to bring the Sixty-fourth Congress of the United

;' ;;.mihtan 1 J.deat r Mary died '8that thi 1gs.' ,Sometimes-:well, you know back .Americans.stranded in Genoa. States.For Commissioner of Agricnltnr of the
' Cobb and them other fellers,"AL State of Florida. :
;day .. .O'da&In theaornmg.1P ; ,Ty. I For Two Justices of the Supreme Court cf
' ytars) tha d;two:days.0ttvo iJohn *, : SUPPOSE THEY HAD BEEN Die State of Florida.V .
For Two Railroad. ..Commissioners, of the Costs twice much and that much
:, M trite :Ititiby" :: at-;efeven0'ckick -: :McGraw- knows;how Germany GUILTY? State of Florida. as is

'"f 'af d; 18. years,/aal eleven feds. these days..! .John's plight".is sentatives For Two of Members the State of,of the Florida.House of RePre- better than any show in town.
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: .:....."1; Lvfi&a. tbeldt-dayat. : 5. '-o'clock. much dike (that of Manager: Wilhelm Ten defendants! charged with drunk. For Sheriff. '

'. III the ifton. Bf,aged.8years' r. 6 ,who is trying to, win the, European' enness, disorderly conduct"1 and using 'For For Tax County Collector.Assessor Taxes.' .

; _tM aad 1:*ay.w pennant.despite some,furious opposition. ' profane'language,faced Judge Young- k For County Treasurer, -- ,
For Five Commissioners.For V
3.- A>iaffT9i.* ..w.IiJnSight. '. ,However,'there's-a;difference.WhUe blood in the municipal court yesterday Three County Members of the County Board ,
; : .. ... wwk.eighty:years ago :Bill's army fights nd.advances'John's All declared themselves of Public Instruction., -
.i ,,; ", ' .. .v morning. For Justice of the Peace in and for. the following '
'. ; II' fe Iin:: army seems to be more not. guilty and were fined va- Justice Districts vu;. 5c 10c

..... ... school ,and .i't.at., 'the..opposite tactics.. rious amounts from $2 to $10 apiece.. >No.Io. 15.14. '
" ,..1... in sekoe". Ma and"Sarah *John:has three'foes' besetting him -Plant City Courier No.No. 20.22. -

."J .'SI naa:.of wel for Mrs. Potter -:the. 8ravesV the Cubs and the.Cards.And For Constable in and for the following-

../and did l0a>M afwiar,a&d week'before' John'realizes:that.he'is fighting SPECIAL tice No.Districts.2. viz; ,,-. -v '

?' last Ma tci.t,same.ttow, ".weol. t4pi with.hie. spinal column against the LABOR DAY EXCURSION'TO NO. :. -.. A...:.. "' " " " IIIIII'I"I'IIJI"II'II'II"lll
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:' : bis eked,o f.this: sammer wall paper;. 'H 's unloosed.his biggest DAYTONA BEACH .- No.. 14... . .-
tott welu and istfyevwai nogoeemde' gars;;he's rallied his men, He's'cussed -- '. No. 15. '
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:. .: ai ......p.t r.'toter 'em, praised'em, and done everything Bus leaves Orlando Sunday, September ,.No.'22. C rarKt
; ; 6that six-thirty a. m.; returning In Testimony Whereof. I have here into
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: ; . aId letter.poaseesed,by; .iat's;possible for a good .general ; !Monday evening. Number of set my hand and affixed the Great Seal of the ,
:IV. written'oa,April: :18t11;:1.843; 'to=do.. But his army, hasn't::responded limited to ten. Fare $3.00 State of Florida at Tallahassee Capital,
; j' passengers this the twenty-fourth day of August A. D and Mosl Beautiful Grounds
V' fa .. P.,:{ffiarna from):tfe.East ,to'the-call of duty with any roupd trip. Don't delay-:(only, ten 1914. Oldest College in Florida :

- Uarv_.at iiiorviUe: :toKeioan noticeable! -enthusiasm. can', go. See Morton Jones and secure -1(L S.) It CLAY CRAWFORD, I
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: Eaq; Bay. Michigan; phi" ojher when John .was To .1.F.. Gordon Sheriff.Orange County.
: Nyt, .years. MORTON. JONES.& SON.825tf 829t.aWALDECKER mestic and Industrial Arts, Business, Teacher's Course : ,+
..: Ttojpottate; : : this:hof.four: harassed by the'enmy,'he just;unlimbend .' ""T Twelve buildings, steam heat, electric lights, fire protection I. 4
: .'gehyahd atn0ilntedQg his artillrey,and had-his three FISH MARKET "
; "aaare pdd fine gymnasium, no malaria, quarter million dollar -
J mob. Yarioai=:egents'- of the main. 'pieces-:-Mathewson, Tesreau Don't wait for every one in town:to 206 Boone Street 1
--\jt ; endowment. Three teachers of music
: One door south of Hammond-Bunch $5,000 organ,
: 'i.i have Entrican, the painter, before
it aad considto and ;Marquardshoot'the oppositionfull
"' diaeuafti : you try. Am too' busy to look. you tup. |ShrimpWednesdays and Thursdays. a dozen pianos, two Glee Clubs, chorus class. Superb new
./ __ ...ea' 1& wed, : ;what_,is of-.holes.. (To.. :,clinch. the battle" .'. Phone.636,. and I will be on the' Always large asosrtment of fresh and rooms for business school, full banking equipment. New
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l> '' modern device; analysis of soils, fertilizers, foods, water. ;
,: Aft. dbcoisnig av; 1j-"bad.w1 fer. and have them club,the enemy into: for
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,,;.oJ..;"....cnw.! JE "Ii itaUowiag.;. .to submission. & J1J.Jf .. Lakes, boating, swimming, golf, tennis, football,
tilt )ne"said theworld1:1c But:this it seems a bit"differ )
>::. _> .":- ., : : year Christian, but undenominational; expenses moderate.
?:,:,r,,:.L .......... to an..., the present 'I slit;' John: has called,on his artillery Scholarships available. For catalogue address

tile sesea-;'lta. --eO<.,...,....ternblyMgad but the fire of late_seems to, be shoot-

) .t Otis"' Y nfts.' raUyIn' ng,nothing but blank cartridges. ,As WfUAVf M LATE POPULAR BOOKS WILLIAM FREMONT BLACKMAN
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.," ..taka. ptaetf troth':.hOW i ;:-does. f for .John's, infantry: lei "by Captain ,

,.F:, s,. .. 'tote "anw, ) V of :N.' Doyle;Lieutenant:Merkle and" Corporal ,i Ph. D. LL. D., President.

.J ;; ;\t! fa gar .... with'EUt, ;Burns-=well, something. 'seems: 'to THE VICTIM by: Thomas Dixon. I 4
:i; o'er+oglit think that--it had'-been:rel be'the-.matter with'its hearing John FULL SWING, by, Frank Danby. .t. . .1.1. .., III t a I' I' .0.1.
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:!: ... .- .. 8IF&; that::.the. .. ,:.;Mil. keeps' 'yelling .at it to :charge; but THE EYES OF THE WORLD, by Harold Bell -111111111111,1,1.811111111111111111111111111111111GRAND -
;ii' ,had, 060, an4.tbe.rror :surebe they::seem -to get"',things.twisted and Wright\ S

, 1 :.. .. t. deitroyed. Maay have.executed a beautiful. retreat dur-
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rY: : ||oat M'a+fca1 JIW-N 'halve become ingthe! past'few weeks. > POLLYANNA, "The Glad Book' by Eleanor VIEWNewest ;

:&_ to at-a ftawy.f .,' Tott is4t Hi Porter. .

GIs..... of N; iJ&nc : o((acoptritlte :FL08IWAN AMONG AMERICANS v .DIANE OF THE GREEN:V/iNj. by :Dalrymple. .
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u. 8.) ali .. be'carried l' :; '1 THE' SALAMANDER., by..Owen Johnson. : :|, I ;

ftk, ........ ...... J J( Paris, 'Aug. 26.-=Among the' Amen Also many ;others f \ ': >r.r' .' and most up-to-date hotel in ; ;
r "* II. There UiMfteW. .. iA I.VoJaateeri who left here yester.

'."..__'A the... tt wield: be dayfirr1'foraperiod: : of.'traming : Canton. Situated on Academy Heights.
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; tt "tiiJintaad I rather uad ';French officers :.are : W. S. BRANCH :
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to Joioi tbs>ta* from. 1 -Percy,; Bayou:Sara,.La.| J'.'Tome, ,, 'V V 1' Overlooking the beautiful Pigeon River ;

Y,.. Mr g.. ifnofaaw,not: Tampa;,Fla.;::R.: :.HHdebrand,:Hekaa, V roc ;sfrrt ..

.11:.,.... ... ..Mf. Moot;'0.:Dftrio, Fresao, Cai; F, Lan- IIC AsUvC VvvK, .HN : 'Valley. One of the finest views in Western ;

$ ....... .. '"'.' .,..to dreax,'New Orleans,'La..; ll D..:Orczv, .

: ......a.e.tWllt1f. a Wild ear: El :Paso,' Teac.; and_.S. .MacGorden;. North Carolina.

Mork to apvepd.des'.: Mao nee;;IlCh.CANADIAN.YOLUNTEElts. ( "

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.Q.ta ant,.: g." 27.-;The:' $ "
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( = '"' OB.plomcnt''of; Canadian yoknteers 6.2o-d&w. CANTON N. C.
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..,111" ,r re a. :twenty .marts 'with. .:all. '... ." ... . .... . .
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" eaaai. )atiiftit departffi fit:.tedayiThe. : .:Prineets :: JOHN B. STETSON UNIVERSITY
iiM .,. iS... .. ada iIIIaiQlfJ \.. .... OUR FIJRNITKItE
-.-- tit.. Patter light. ' t.yeipects" to 1'> ;,:. '. -" ... . LINCOLN HUILET, Ph. D., till. D., LL D., President

# tip lat/at are saI"_ ,. _, '" :., ... .We:provide the qoalitr of furniture cultic has tefig THE HST SCHOOL TOO IS .10HE.GOOD FOR YOUR CHILDREN
hip mt i been rn 'e. buyers & :tbestaodard ,
accepted by 'DOwinr' '
Send: them to Stetson. Fall Term Begins Sept. 25.
:r.. .asdl; fai te JIINta" frevalaed'Upon' Hir p eaiters.'ra . of.merit'. :If an' article is here _it .is,' eed.It. 40 Professor, and Instructor College of Liberal Arta
'. .; lilt..., .1tI kiJ, all aft ..... '. -Tlw writer of this letter:was st 4yme .would 't-1Je here were it otherwise.! We ow'make 17 University BoMim .College of Law.College '

1 ...- albeeldhaep eetrV ..... ; >nwdieiae.'r and. in>.disca 6mg'' hisfine this peieE tbo:cleau LitVie' 'oee Gf tbefouadaoiadesof 28 469'Acre Student Campus Last Year College of of Technology BoiinesaPreparatory

,;};.- : .. w. .... jit ;gnwfeatk -"that 'herill this busioeaB,.aod tfeat times much hay: buyer. ,..$..... "waeat Academy
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_,.. ' says. ",, .' UfO Volume fa Library School of Mechanic Art
> '. ., ..... ages thatbValaaad ie to: AkWaa ;; r'iJli.lil $ii 110.090 Pipe Organ V > School of laic
- r- 10 Large Laboratories for Science. School of Fine,ArU
to the teach idwel..:.for. a;year or.tWo: ,'.get L ,. Unsurpassed General Equipment Normal School
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V V :< ',..... tt......w aad :: Dormitories' and women.., Careful administration
.. .. 1$ '"7 .. aNtty ;: &en>gd,:to=. 'Separate. for.yoong men' young
,. -.:,... .- -.. York_ee naatt >'.:<*ffte}.:I ., .4I';0i :*t' ..' .(. For catalog and thorough or news supervision., for information Chiisttan,or for and, room not oration sectarian teaching.addres
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-- .- -lr. nlai ...,N B Iiw.J: _..: al(;a.':del-_ t .. I
...... s4 W' ....... 1& OIMMI.::N lies,,:worth" of;.sugar- ''tIMee days,that, I c_ y _
: as. e. ae..i drf 1W >isthrrwlfr .. ; : ats,**. ;
"itJgeb. ; .life 30 3: :' Aug.',28yictor Central. avenue will be paved
'- ->r r, >f : E.Innes .

-.'1:y- o .....:I../....!...-.....;.....".... ,>'...A :dish from, ,.;Manatee, ,.FUu, .and-his' wife, arrested In Eugene With brick thirty. feet.Wide from Garland AFTERSUPPER S
= ; Ore:, on a charge of murdering street. 'to the city limits. The :
=,ifi % ;li ;:; ;it aays".there;:are tibousaads"of bushels Miss : Of'-P vas- { g9n',the> ground 'andgoing .
Nelms Dennis.arrived in San Francisco property owners appeared before the
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_ 1....,.'.,1 YtIi,. .. ': .i.;; ot .:to Waste"'ui. that. section If.. ,
; !t! ':' t .yesterday in custody of council yesterday afternoon and an 4
eawkie' ..,...:;.:.....;...;...... ,.M the,odor of : ,increases. in intensity a deputy
.... : guavas sheriff and will begin ,today the journey -' 'agreement was reached to that effect : SAlt
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.." !- "' ". ; ': iisvias'el -.. ... "t when,they, begin.to.decay;the to San Antonio,'Texas; the .scene I :An_ordinance was ordered drawn to : NO. l 20
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f." _""',""' :,"' IB' '"*" ........ '- of their: alleged crime. :I provide for the six foot addition to :
... k 11rYt .. It 1M we.are'glad _we-are.livuig.a hundred ,
cI ,.. teleist ..tkter tlw:ar.ells ' ' Marshall Nelms; .brother of, the I[the Width, of the paving, which was I
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.. .... tiilsMMrF;: 1W.ruls vela .'mfles:from that'locality. -" missing :women, arrived, on,the same first proposed to be twenty-four: feetin' :
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.k. .,Mt.Nl_ bs IbIetIr. ......., c.,' The "Trlbun "A train with the Innes. width. understood that this : getting -out of our teens
r r ; Tampa 'man'says: -. compromise 'is .fullyagreeable to the : now and with the increased knowledge of
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_, f.-I f ; .alsi a ".Ttiif ,flintkultin d'rlsat peach.dumpling:helps life Jorget it's GERMANS TRIED ,TO FOG:GREAT property owners and that there will our customers wants feel we are in the
ieit 'a tif, office la .writinr nb cares/ ,That depends entirely on whoeats
s I I I be further if such it position of them with
,.., 4* rf:n rerioB. '> thenrfe ft::wfflntci. BRITAIN no controversy, supplying season
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esieiNei, :ft''tll .emit, snbseripion' . the :dumpling. Was it Johndeeor could be termed, over the 'matter. able merchandise when they need it, and
'" Mtfe*>.tep'iI'reeelnd. I
.,. some, other millionaire dyspepticwho
' at that
: prices cannot fail to
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i- ) : : , said he would give. thousand London, Aug. 28.-Sir Edward Grey :I them. appeal to

4 !. :,.'SATURDAY' .. ......-.- ;..AUGUST. ,'.;'::191L. dollars if he could eat.a piece. of'pie? told the, house of commons today he .BASEBALL-RESULTS
had seen an incomplete publication by
. f f. .
\ '.. < ., Federal League
the
t \ -Ant:Ban;:can take a day-off. but The darkest war doud:has.a silver German .government purportingto School time is
Brooklyn 2 Buffalo 3. rapidly
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contain approaching-a
proposals alleged to,,have
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: a; r, ijwne can,:)ut': !f back, lining. :Cole, Blease was. 'gloriously time when mother's
been made with the idea of, securing Baltimore-Pittsburg rain. energies are taxed to
:a' ; . : -Q. __ defeated for the United States senate the utmost.
Let
P French and British National us help the mothers out!
neutrality during
?: :' '"'.:Nobody'will-may:that..the Kaiser :up in .South.Carolina.., LeagueAll FIRST with our large and most extensive
.
Q ." '.*. the war. rain.
I for School
.. The circumstances Sir wear and
Edward
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'. How you-like to be,city
.J. .. 0 ,' would commissioner American LeaguevWashingtonCleveknd SECONDLY with
said, were as follows: our Ready made Chil-
.. : Can ,the guavas< an .natural .andsweeten ? Commissioner Johnson : ; rain. drens Dresses of which have
: It was reported to him one ,day we a splendid
W !1 :;,thea after the'cruel.:war is has.enough .money-to"go..on a vacation \ assortment.Do .
.,.. / > that the German'ambassador in .London Philadelphia 5, Chicago 8.
:ever i and has. the place all selected
.:.i.. .: .: a: "0.1 and: ,'has plenty of good-clothes to had suggested, that Germany Boston 0, Detroit 3. these

::\\.1"; '"j ...',"Every mB!says' some things'he Js ,,wear and his wife is'ready and waiting might ,remain neutral in.a warbe- New York 9, St. Louis 6. items appeal to )"ou1

': b ;s rry fer:.bat:ia .safe as long, as'.bea and the summer.is fast going, but tween Russia and Austria-Hungary if South Atlantic League
Britain remain
Great neutral
would
;don't write. the> t. he can, not. leave because the brick Savannah 3, Charleston 0.
t- (
i ;The ;much despised Russian armyJ' and.oversight I The foreign secretary replied that Albany 4, Columbus 3.

\ .I eems, to.beahout: : ... the only one',.thatam Commissioner Robertson' is so busy :I this seemed. . possible. It transpired, Jacksonvflle-Macon; rain. During,the "Happy Week" Sale we established -
f '"" however that the German ambassa a demand for this Fabric
" I almost
.make tfee Germans run.tr .- looking after ..the'sewers and the fire Southern League unprecedented.
i dor's proposal was that Great Britain People bought, bought again and then
: > department and the plumbing and
j 0 again-told their friends and then
:Memphis 3, Birmingham 0. friends told
.: 'r r -The',Birmingham,team:lost. yester- the cemetery that he ,thinks of baying should remain neutral and secure the others.

'.' !c i\ :.day but-..it.,was Friday and .there.,is his meals'served in his car and if neutrality of France if This Germany wentto Nashville Chattanooga 4, Mobile 4, Montgomery 1.New'OrleansAtlanta 1. We extend the opportunity again Saturday-
with Russia.
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only'dae.Friday-in each week. his ,hair did not 'curl naturally it war was quitea 50 different patterns to choose from-checks,
:, 0 would not be curled at all these hot different proposition, the foreign ; rain. stripes, figures, etc., etc.
..t secretary ,continued, and in view of
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; \ The...small. boyrejoicesTover- .. .the, war days. France's' alliance with Russia Does a suffragette's husband vote A 121-2 cent quality-Saturday 10yards
< 11It; _Europe because.a great deal of:the IsMayor; Sperry busy also? Well, one for--_-------__- ------:_-- 85c
tt t moil"comes from Germany. if,you had to ,look after all the which could,not be entertained. as She says?

; finances Ct the city just at present 36-INCH ALL WOOL SERGES

:' h ; That:grammar\_school. building is:a :and;,keep. the mayor's court and the TWELVE- ,r PERSONS INJURED. INWRECK MMIIMIIMIIMMIMMtf,

Ik credit to'. Orkado an4
.every.esdit,fifemld';feel. proud.. about the busiest man in.town. ---- a splendid wearing and washing
' *, Fort Smith Ark. 28.Twelve McCUllOCU'SDepartment quality-our Regular Price is 60c
1r .o .. ,_ Aug. 43e
yard-Saturday yours for.___._
Many;t a fman.'would: rather ride With apologies 'to Luke McLuke, persons were injured today when

:a :;on, a::paeomatic. /tired .mon- :what has,become of.the old fashioned. Kansas City Southern passenger train 45-INCH COLORED LINENIn

.t -g getletl; !:patreaiie. the''street 'cars. housefly? We can remember when No. 1, south bound, was derailed near | Store

< jh 0 the. 'soda, fountains, grocery stores, Marble City, Okla. None was fatally shades of Natural, Blue, Navy and
..* ',Fraace;:waited;::forty years .to get meat markets and dinner tables were hurt. A broken rail caused the accident Lavender. Coarse, heavy and fine

lJ ., back at 7GermaDl'and now"most ofLlint" literally swarming with them. The All the cars left the"rails and weaves. Regular 60c quality, 43c
; Wi have : them the hundreds the mail smoking and chaircar Saturday _______-_.-
.- 's. ra._ \their"backs. .to ,the sugar bowl: held : by car, car
t; ..Gemaaa.;. ; and the honey dish drew thousands turned over.. Jelly Tumblers I
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\:? '. :' - ',_ '0' Today even.in houses that reno CHILDREN'S SCHOOL DRESSESIn

*A ,West.Virgmia'man;insisted,that screened: there are .comparativelyfew litMMIHMiMIIHtllll
Fruit percale, gingham and lawns-in
'tte beard of and in the where this writer Jars a splendid
." r ;i -.ecpaliwition. 'increase' +. his. place range of new designs and colorings. .
:; iii ::ajoooamcnt '$90,0,000,000. 'One born eats and'sleeps.a single fly causescommotion T. F. BOwmAN This is an opportunity that no mother should 0

'I" .}everyminate: .and" is soon slaughtered miss-for on Saturday they all go on sale at'
f ;: -.J', : -=--, 0 -. and a mosquito's song is almost as Licensed Plumberand, all kinds

West Palm,Beach has: a
;ejection;on Band Better save It until teacher who received.her, salary. Estimates Furnished jobbing 4 to 14 years

> ).the-War a over and net use up. aU the Thereis} little''doubt'that the slogan Promptly Attended to.

.. ; ejEcteoeat'.., Y at.one.r. ''time. .... "Swat the.fly":has brought'great're PHONE 6z9 Peseing Kettles'

:I Y' 0 suits, and while the pestiferous fly 106 Court Street, CHILDREN'S ROMPERSMade
'l- v :Tile levyisgof.: Wbute by the Gel- has not been entirely eliminated from

:, ..'-f....: "citie .unfertnrmte his is decreasing .6RLANM FLttlBAfIIIMIMMIMIHIMIIHi
:v' open enough politesociety, : -family S. Ave of heavy wearing Ripplette and -
; 20 Qraife
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; 'to be': captured. :,under threat, of : at a rate that is encouraging.. Let 4-21.1m good quality Gingham-well,made-

s ,;"*"uetE"eii' can- not"be'defined. any, deer. the swat ,continue. iHMimiMMtiMIIIIIIM Regular for ____Value______-_50____cents____,__Saturday________ 39c
. tkan s
p., w. y barbarous.
f.' \ .
t f.>f _ _ _..;. r Regular Value 75 cents, Saturday
.",:;; Lake Worth : saloons I lllllillHIMUHMIIIMIIIIIIMIMmtllMIIIMIIIIIillMIMttMMIItllll'tMII For ______________i_____________ 59c
"' ", will' charge' ". .
-c ;t., 500:to' '.busiaess> .in:that municipanty1 Does'your Kodak take a good picture? If; not we will exam- 65c
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1 And.. one murder trial! '_re- Regular value 85 cents, Saturday for.
''" ..s tkgrfrom...the'<. .;'product..of'.. the" sa..._. ine it and tell you why, All films developed by expert.

i loeti.w coat the'comity all;of that 10> CENTS ROLL, LADIES' WHITE SHOES

0f. }
_I Fied ickzPalr,:the; 'well.Jmowri White Buck Pumps-newest lasts,
'frsorreagoadeat: is with the British 'McIPLR.QY'S PHAR.MACYI Regular $4.00-Saturday _________ 2.89

-\ anayon: .:Contiaent and will serve si.Trial. $*kk Bell very U Iris. PI6NE M. Tryw Ice Cream. White Canvas Pump (a winner)
2/39
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..JBJ 1 the'news impartially, to all"newsgatiterig'aseeciet Regular $3.50, Saturday

i '1 =when'be','can IMIIIMntiMlllillUMilMMIIIIilllllMIIIMtHMMMMMtMIIIMIIillMMM. .

..tit.by;:t censor.r .' . MEN'S WEAR
o' glllllillMMIHtlllltiMiMIMtlHttlilMItimMHHMMIMilHliMIIMI. ,

jiiatBeyvBle: L. L, wireless statioti New Woollen Caps-the latest in

,>aich.b.the only.direct. method vogue. We ask $1.00 for them-
others ask more. Yours
_., 4:.of coBuaankaion;wiUi Berlin,:is;win- : day fur .______-__A_____.on____Satur79c_,.___
niagletiiofvietaries.: for the Ger-' : X

tBiaiis: -;alaaoet as many as the'London : : t Peter Hill Night Shirts all sizes,
LfWflRYf Regular $1.00, Saturday ...__ 63c
wpatchee win f or the_aUiea.N.T..Nerwich ., EDDING r-
: ;; FOR THE

.. '.gets uf tiietesae . -. .. ,. GROCERY DEPARTMENTAll
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'Poetit>> :" is'acfecfl'he, ':.wfll.have For the bride .countless things in ,Silver, CutGlass .. Day "V
:;) some, . t
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t: :'Iwt,',sliet. -. :.for"" ..the'Daily- 'Item.. ,. which- : : -- -' ,' : and Fine China. Ra jewels of every' de- t :,, :. , "

:'i' 'asys things ;about:Mm.that..it:admits .'. . . .scription. .; ;. Best Lemons. dozen-----.::._::;.__ 25c?;.

_., }!It'\, :'are: "'...Ifeelooabat.deekres-: ',.._ : 1' ..... J_- c .it:'is.able ,toJ . .. ,,::,' , For Bridesmaids. Ladies bt Honor Flower ..> 't :'i. :: :. '.."'

,.. ...."'s.,yy .;P.... ";., t. -. ,0 j., L. -' : :' 'n. ' : Girls, etc,"Bracelets, Brooches, Bar Pins, LaVailiers "' Best 'Potatoespeck. .-.----..-,;.,?: :. .' .- .:._: 30c

; |>c ;SiyMMrtendcnt'McEmxm has_been > } r r ..., ,: 'Wristlet Watches, .Silver Vanity Cases;;::J e'.: .' pp

r. ;j ;:i 'wrkkghawiinhkofficeaGdistakbat -' *, :-*-, '', ;. -<: ,_Purses,,.Card_ Cases_ etc. v Jell '0 Powders, 3 for..:__:-: _; -: 25c
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a fwSdi soppose H' For the ushers Cuff Links Coat Chains Two JM ' ,.-
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f A. beard"should ; 7 TO 10 P. AL
ideth .
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; ' ;. -: : <,Podket;. ..Chains, Full Dress, Sets; Gold and Silver$: ', '. . :;
'1e ie if : '
t,.. ,net.pig. full- time.'and, heldS ...... I ,,>' ";.. - - ,- .. '
11 F s'hie, 'salary.until-"": :the-supreme c :court." ' ".. :".-.: ,-:, ' ,Pen,.; Knives,' Pencils.,' ,etc. .. <- .cf.' .:..'!':> 4' 10 Ibs. pail "Snowdrift" Lard:..__ 1.00

}t-il car" Wider.. a decision. ?' t ;,- ,. ,- ,,' <. .;.'i.J V:'. ,Let us help.you with your S wedding :presents .,- ;. -
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<0' ',' ': "' ,: ';\problems- ' ; ',. : >, '>::-"r b'r. ...., -. ",- '": ::; ___"3-, :'c.'; .-'
Gee FoateVs "iC -
$ As to deckratien that Hs
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._ 'San:Fjmucwco:we:are; -!in- : : < : ,; -

{t <;:(:"esd". 'told to 0"'feet:Mt' ethe.little"Pbtienh'sdaughterbilagMoan '.;boy.,;who,i i \ " lI L: : .. : :: : ; ; '

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: :;:1 .......Qavte*-Tom was:a: per;;' : t ,n EV ns'th.e. Jeweler
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9 ....- tata kirn:oat: .: (the ekes .

: '. tt-Mtt bent ,' sii fawfee" he weary , : or _., FAVOR SHOPPING
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ha esya woiW;nffw. $ "' !FJ d ]I i.tMse ...... f' "4. "": \
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;. ..," .c.. ': (, IJ IIMIilliMIIIIIIHIIIITODArS_ Orlando: union;last night 'and ren- .
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Nester "The of the Beast"
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' A. Lt TgMmtid:Sy supper
agrs.11;'h: 'Dearawart'.has 'u oveWi'Mr. .Mrl>and Mrs.. P.. G., Walton and .;-
3'" < .. itors,.after which the Mowing
- .MiRf oft'tkieeio'yei,. : pro- '. .- '
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j-: ,' '.. _.M5 t : :,,, pmati.' e haa. .bad."eiteamye im- T Pa.S ..; They have_' been "Sentence'prayers. _-? Give us a chance to .'show '

f'j' : ii n li_' .,, .iw4e,,. aaee' .the.... poitlaase abroad and stopped over in North Hymn. S you- the newest styles -in:
j' .., V. >>" a-adha ioae: of:the most coefoitablehomes Carolina en route home. Subject announced: "Our Mottoes." watches. ..

.- -M' ...... -- '- <',.... ;'J.""" ,a,' ..;te.. -:'. city'Dr. -.,, :, PETITION ,TO HAVE DELANEY '"Baptist Young.}?eople. Utilized.Quartette. ."- We will trade in -
; ': your present
Jin, t. .Iii' Wi 1 \'.. '
I ihpe, of. who watch or movement, allowing -
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; '*PMft for Tuqw w a:viat:tefceri : ; Orlando, STREET.STRAIGHTENED. Reading: ,
'oWu'ext4B ift': fruit"grovefl in this -- a liberal amount.If .
I Mffc W.EtW r "Bring Your Powers Unencum you
,:.:. -Y ., section.of;the. Mate,';has:'come to.the A lengthy. petition was filed with bered." you have any idea of .

- _: :Cooj> rrtwwd;:last city.to" "spend i a few days on business., the;council yesterday afternoon ask- Solo. getting a watch we would ap .
He'says tdmtothepartsof: the state ing that' DeLaney street be straightened "Blend Your ,
: Prayers Unceasingly.
.. t--a Mi Mrel:flat to rely predate the opportunity of.
: are:feeling tlie> "depression caused by and was signed by citizens of of
_sei fi (M,1'lultdalphl. ; Song response. showing
': tfee:,war.Ato.:a ;Iconiaderable' extent. ..-. southeastern portion :of the.city, Closing remarks.. you.
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; : .f' Our will
prices
' Miami:Metropdji as-well : surprise
as by some'property'
I owners "Good-Bye" .
fir: w. E;; JUrpfcy;. o1Taft,wset song. .5
...., wrtfc frie a ,". aaietbaarsil residing outside the city limits, bat .The Sanford visitors were: MissLang ,
.. tt.tM.co utT'e:'.. ital-ta.: Sam"Griffin.and family of_ Orlando who use_this street in getting into the Mrs. R. V. Betts, Mrs. Rowe, :
spent"'several.days last week visiting city., you.AllenftCo
Mr. Bryan, Mr. Gatchel, Mr. W. E. I
-j } Mr. ,Griffin's.mother;'and .brothersin Betts Mr.
-:;-- : M. Wright,,Mr. Davis, Mr. II
j. Flo I. e"1eWi. I..Y JtkgMrs.UiMM .this :;dfy. ,They, have' recently' ,returned &: A. 1.., WILL BUILD-TRACK ON Speer, Mr. Hues, Miss McMullen, ,

.....' .-.l: "'w.r. .. ,.. ...,, .1' ht_n; I from'.a-trip.'to .the West; and 4 WEBBER AVENUEThe I Miss R. Stewart, Miss W.. Stewart, S *
Ii
I Jewelers
' //from here, Sea
nt to
.w Monday
EMM .4 1 MaM La. reo,Indo Miss E. Stewart;'Miss Gatchel, Mr.
+ ; '....oM Heidi:.. breeze for.,a visit before returning5totheir city council yesterday after Rives, Mr. Roberts, Mr..D. Betts, Mr.

,ft '" ,,: ;_- :; 1:; : home.New Smyrna News: noon granted the Seaboard' Air Line Lee Hamrick, Mrs. W..E. Betts,'Mrs. D Reliable Repairing fla'
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.d'ail y< the'right to lay a spur track on Web- Brotherson and Miss Fox.

|* bLat y a w ntc Mr.:D.'B. Sphder, one of the leading ber avenue,'which'will be used to facilitate .
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smpt awl.forget it business men of Taft,'was:in 'Orlando .- the handling of brick and paving DANCE LAST' NIGHT ,AT COUNTRY T
1'1r'ashal, ,"-- yesterday i looking, after business material. The permit is for one CLUBA

_ : : ": 1.7.d&w:1yrDNn '' matters: Mr.,.Sphaler has recently . year and may be terminated any time a'a'S'
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returned from visit to'his old after: the therailroad
by
-- -J Mt: 'etC: I mhia''college, a one year city giving pleasant dance was given last
:. ht'to'.cHy'yesterday borne near_ Columbia, S.' C.,,and're-I: thirty days' notice to tear up i night at the Country Club in honor I 1

W:tI'16.'i. : :Aat EMiwt inati-- ports' crops as being good: : _,their tracksHARVEY of the young ladies visiting in the'

: ...., ,,' people generally'as being'happy and. city and the young men and 'young ,
> contested.Mr. & CO. GET ,SEWER I
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.-! ladies who will shortly depart for colleges b.

.,. lit. F...R. :Heyweod'1eftayesterday, : ,. MONEY in'various parts.of the country. n [0=
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-: for 'Jlreadh" on: l -see 'which. wiU .,.and Mrs. W C, McLean. left Mrs. L.R. Mulholland chaperoned the
: last night the Coast Line.:. Mrs.4cLean The council yesterday' afternoon IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIHIinilllllllllMIIIIIIMtDEATH
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Vm 'ab 1ijt from 'Orkado"until! over young people and the music was fur
:: will visit her sister in Bridgeport : ordered'a warrant drawn in favor
'?. ,"_,.":'1 .' < nished by Mr. Mcintosh, of. the Lucerne
;,. ConiL: and later 'on. will visit of .Harvey & Company,. the sewer theater, and Mr. Westover. The'
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Hr,' Albert (M ee'anYeei.Vfie New ,York and Philadelphia and purchase contractors; for: $5,000 oil _account. following young people were in attendance -
: select stock for the Woman's .The is still due the
*.Hew:Yeric,'amW in"OraIret a'very city company :
Exchange Mr.. McLean will I about,$12,000, which will not be paidin Misses Elbeth Mulholland, Margaret -

.' -:ybMle_, jaiiaieeet., : fthi8"PAce. spend.:his-well'' earned- vacation, :inDillsliono full until the final estimate is Mulholland, Ella'Taylor Slemons, i TO ROACHES

.. > !, N.:C. made, and:then$4,000 will be held out Dorothy Slemons, Elizabeth Bran-

.,- ,Afar .. :oae')'Ml'from for'one.year security against any ham, Pauline Nuckols, Carolyn McCormick's Bee Brand Roach Killer will rid your

: OAado, Hr. Caike,:MdatoA, 1 one .ReT..J. :F.MfcKmnon and ,niece; part of the'w. k going,bad. Holmes, Shirley Montague, Anna] place of roaches,
,6. ; : )1 issEthel' .Sharpe,:. .motored,, over The same firm also 'were ordered Stancel, Gwendolyn Wilson, Pearle ,
fir, and gyp.;0.;:A.,;)(.i iI ;.ratee ; ; :
f yeelardry' .irem. NeWt-York from Orlando:Wednesday,,en route to paid $350 for. storm 'sewer'work on Hawkins, Alma DeLaney, Minna_Harris INSECT POWDERMcCormick's

., d :: ,oJ- DaytoBa I spending :Wednesday and I North Orange avenue.AUTOMOBILE. ; Messrs. George Dolive, Gerald
r S .r .Thursday;with,::Mn Henry:McLaulin I Hurlburt, Robert Lewter, Sidney I
.Bee Brand will kill flies
mosquitoes
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KiM Bessie-l ng. went ': NEWS
legit and : They on Newell, Herbert Franklin, Ludolf .
P. Itergir eta: bed flees moths lice and other insects.
1 ants
bugs
jy Mr. Henry McLaulin and son, H'ento Wichtendahl, Blakeley Killcrease, ,
;:. -.tltM. Iaisiessl'Cerrespoad' : -! '
"": : D ytona :Thursday, accompanied! The automobile owners and the Julian Harris, DeLaney Way, Clarence
... 'baR't.:sued :fM Potted Plants Cut Flowers Funeral
,' G lce ,i:, ,, ry,;; rn-, ,and Mr. 'Garner.--Sanford prospective purchasers of cars in Orlando Johnson,'Edward Hyer. ,
tint *?* : coopte olJin .
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.. .." Herald.' and vicinity ,wilfbe.interested. Decorations. -
". ,' Designs Wedding
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,-----< to know' that the San Juan Garage WANTED. -Second' hand furniture. ,
f '
q ilaiyrtentedfremorWiirlsiay ;{ i' That popular: traveling man, Joseph company' of this city and Daytona Call 413 West Church street.'

w. Dawsen,':will. .be' missed altogetherdaring : have been :made, distributers, by the 8-29-lt
by
'the -month "of. Septernberbyds'Orlando'friends. Packard Motor Car for
:
J. K. lOtot company : THE SANITARY GROCERY
*). > d "' ; T. F.-HOURIHAN, Licensed Plumber.
He leaves Sunday their line of both
} and
:. A cars, pleasure '
,:. .Timtin ever' San- Conscientious work at fair prices.
t4wI1. : over the Atlantic Coast Line'forNe commercial :vehicles. Phone 629. 106 Court St 8-23-tf -
'; !'York: ;,;',where he will spend most, In as much as:the Packard line is I CARUTHERS & GORE

; : .ITS. L !Y. of:October.at:his:headquarters therewith conceded to be the best representative Don't neglect to'take a look at the
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.tJI It. street; Mr,:Dawson will be ac- credit upon Orlando to have the distribution -

': ,. -. .. ....... -- eempanied 1 to'New,York by his daughter of these cars placed here. .Try Sentinel classified advertise- Street

't : , 'ir t.'l.4A1r-l11',. .I! Miss'Bertha,',who, while her fath Orlando has. for some time enjoyedthe ments,if wanting to buy, sell or rent
":. ; ti; x AF eris'busp" in:New:York, will travel distinction of being an automobile anything from a bird.cage to a hotel. MMMIMIIIimnMtilllllllliMIIIIIHIilttlMIIIAlways
: wed Ito.. J. M,'_Coek:and chfl ,
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.. : with friends :in the :New England center,. both with the accessory?
.. and Siha Fseea:Frye:Wt:yea-

:,i _wil foe.t>vt... .t-by.A.. t L eo Mrm .. States.,, houses,.,and and,the the,automobile fact that a manufacturers special 4 :::::::::::: ;;::::: ::::::::: :::::::::::::::::::::::

rime! .Tbe :.aaenymous letter. writer.: we ,representative from the Packard'company
Wffl TMiihi far iiye '.
.:. .' .. ; have;asaongusl. The Star, saw'this having:come to Foljda'to look

;1< ". (L" . :" .' Baornfeg;.a ,specimen of, the handi! over"the .territory carefully, selected
wrk'of?: :of these assassins of: Orlando as a' point'' of distributiongoes
pne
..' ,*t Ywa. b. \bee. ..visiting '
..'... ... '-e..J ttriwd:.,. ' .character. . ;::who. : is trying to ruin.:'one a long way toward helping Orlando r.
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.. 'I : .ri of'our..-young businessmen: 'with his to hold its,title of the "A tomo.' Air
;,....- ye+d t. 'vUit. Mre,a Madffci -
employers. They!; promptly sent thecowardiy'note bile.City. .
: moth*, MM. J M,. B byan ; ; '
: to the'man it was intended'tohurtiandleft The San Juan Garage at all times

: it with him strives. to maintain an establishmentof
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\' w. Garrend' Jtmflyttf ; l'ece
< to:clw his character .with.the ,testi the highest efficiency, both in the .
.S'. w* dr" : feir;some- infhr E
', ": -- Bony% (his friend. ,A-man whowill ,sale of,cars and service, and.the Packard .
: .u ; a viat ef;a::eoopk ,of :send: an anonymous, note- would company may rest assured that : -'.->: ,- ,

;:: it.. base ai air:.Biond's stob- l''a:man_in_the.back,,and'no_Sensible their product and customers, will receive

,:] >. -"... 1'.. goad1Cewa :man',would accept;;such a docu= the best.of attention. ..from this': : {; ; : > ' )' .
: ; evideace. -Ocala Star. enterprising firm. : , : L: : '
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} ; .escaped'PWa;from'and' .Ber'the- !Woman's. a'Bak- PEOPLE'S, '. '_ WANTS. {i Lumber: Laths and Shingles

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Hospital. a:few..nights ago. -
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MUNNDUKBBSf
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Fred Worth, -a' wel1.1mo. tt Lost Wotod,,'For Safe Per
: : : Rent'cte. for this. eohana. Ke for OM day.
ft.. whO'cla iged in connec H$ for tint .*, or ILW for DM week forM
.an illegal N ado .wiiJi'this vordi, or",.... Money:'B tt &cC81IIIUJ "
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< act was;committed. several faaertiou wffl be JUde on credit
: : ago4and since that ,time the

: been, detained, in :the. Wo-- WANTED. -To exchange violin for .: ORLANDO
:;. hospital at;the>request of her. phonograph or Victoria.. See L. N.
.: Lewis, 406. S. East street city. ,.
: .I 8-25-3t
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evidence soil,-of the what'Suwannee can be'Dem done. WANTED. -Good second hand buggy, i ' Royal Ceient, Agatite Plaster and Perlection Lime

with Must be for
top. cheap cash.
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s;an interesting_ Address J4 F., Box. 178, city< 8-27-tf
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what has-been produced in
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111111,1,1.11111.1111181.Statement
.county this year.. ,The hay WANTED Couple to live on country
} ,J(is pomted"out,'has put Central Can or address, 400 West
of dollars into the fanners' avenue. "!' of the Condition of the

:, While: a,few"years,ago all

: : : :hay,'used.in the county was FOR SALE-A number of good hard I Orlando Bank & Trust Co.
s : in,things :have changed now, fence posts and second hand lum- ,
; where her for sale. Call on or address, Mrs.E. / Orlando Fla
:
: is shown car load lots -
F. Hoskins, Orlando. 811.2w
; -shipped( out to'various
: mar
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At the Close of
'' Business June 30th,1914.
:' Suwannee,Democrat'says: FOR. SALE Second hand sewing
:{ of pea vines,German mil machines; drop head Singers, rota- RESOURCES.
\ ; : '. being* ry White, rotary Standard, 'New
beggarweed
d and the are now for these Home, and other makes. Will be Loans and Discounts . . . . . . . . . . w $379,514 36
l : : acreage sold cheap for cash this month.: Call
: : i not only;been greatly in-, at Singer Office, or phone 321. C..B. Over-Drafts . . . .. . .. . . . . . . ; 622 34

: but the .yield is far above Lindsay, manager: -l1tf I Stocks and Bonds . . ... . . . . . . . . .. 26,01833
,r : : previous; S year. This year I II Real Estate, Furniture and Fixtures . . . . 26,637 37
room
FOR SALE and
Dwelling store
l., Cash on Hand and Due from Banks . . . . . .
}$';... : ts will' be made as far as Key for sale at a"bargain if takenjiow. 291,393 48
3 the south andAtlanta, to the The' stock in the store will invoice
Kaffir corn, Egyptian wheat bout $1,500. The house contains 5 $724,185 88
;:=. rooms, size of lot 80x150, all set in
; ; -ale heading nicely and good fruit trees. Storage house. and LIABILITIES.. .

-, }: all'give promise of being poultry. Conrad Ackre, Concord Capital Stock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .' $100,000 00
-1 ; The growth of.sugar and Jap- Park Grocery. 8-26-6t Surplus and Undivided Profits . . . . . . . 39,96135 ,

,M1L I e has been.almost phenome' Re-Discounts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. None
1' : the rains, and'it. is believed FOR.207 E.SALE-Frying Livingston avenue.size chickens.8-27-3t Bills Payable . . . . ... . . . . . . . . .". .\ NoneDeposits

p. of. syrup will, be larger . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 582,669 47
&' ; "-T.-U. Short Talks. FOR RENT Due to Banks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1,55506

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;r r : : your life and loan you FOR RENT-Beautiful dwelling with ; / \.L. $724,185 -88
on.real estate at 6 per cent. '
Life'& Loan Co. garage; elegantly furnished; on .
a : Building Guarantee, Tampa, ,Fla.325d&wtf. Lake Lucerne. Jas. A. Knox. Reserve Carried by the Bank . . . . . . $291,393

', 8-27-tf Reserve required Law . . . . . . . 116,533 89
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I PAPER. ,HANGING Fourteen room house; modern, up- Reserve in Excess of Amt. Required by Law $174,859 59

, days I-will furnish and hang to-date Circle;;with partly garden furnished, fruit; on and Lucerne flow- Deposits on June 3Q, 1913 . . . . . :. .. $527,758 01

1 r for any ordinary'room for ers. J. F. Watkins. 7-30-d&w-tf. Deposits on June 3D, 1914 . . . . . :: .:. 582,669 49 t
: choice of. over .100 of the

'papers. r do painting and FOR RENT-Two office spaces ia INCREASED . . . . . . . . . $54,911 48
hanging at reduced prices.
: : our store at No. 9 W. Church street
postal and I will do the
a
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: guarantee to please you. Come in and we' will show you. Pierce - The management of the Orlando Bank &,Trust Co., endeavors

:1 G. C. SCHULTZ, Electric. Co. :3-29-tf to persue a progressive but conservative policy, to be liberal in its

4l... : :Box 385, Orlando. treatment and to adhere to the legitimate lines of banking.

.,j : class Brazing 'a ,specialty at MISCELLANEOUS I Accounts of all who desire the services of a well-equipped and
: safely conducted bank cordially invited.
Repair Shop o Court. : St. are
it LOST-Small, solid red,female hound.
'I : Taxed.and subject of larceny. Re- ;nmUirnmntntttmimtiwwnntnnwnnattnWANTEDTo ::
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ward for
return. John M. Cheney.
<(1 : it in the Sentinel,first 8-16-d&w-tf
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WOOD FOR SALE OPEN ALL NIGHT exchange Vose piano, WHERE SHALL I GO TO SCHOOL ? I
'" j : !the month, of :August I will The City Drug Store is at your service in good condition, for Victrola and - -
\? my farm, pine at 85 cents per both day and night. Prompt, records. Piano may be seen at ,For-
FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE
UNIVERSITY
and oak at $1.00; also some dependable, courteous. OF FLORIDA
r : ; ttf mosa. Address P. 0. Box 2. Oakland, jGAINESVILLE
; cheap. 'A. S.;Hodges; R. 1, I FOR WOMEN
'1\ .: 7-30-lm NANCY HALL and Porto Rico sweet Fla. i TALLAHASSEE.College .

.i potato slips, at $1.75 per 1,000. of Arts and Sciences;Normal School: I -
: : Quick delivery. Cash. Apopka Plant School of Music; School of Expression; :
Co., Apopka, Fla. 5-24-tf School of Art; Extension Division; Graduate : 8 Colleges and Divisions; Liberal Arts:
4 Sale' School Modern Gymnasium with ,swiamuns Law; Engineering; Agriculture; Teachers
; : or- pool; basket ball and tennis courts;new and College, Experiment Station-; Extension Di-
DYNAMITING done in all its branch- ne aera'000ORLANDO. : modern buildings; beautiful campus; dorm-I vision; Graduate School Ten new brick buildings
besides ,
modern
i' tories have all conveniences; new gymnasium swimming pool and
; es. Clearing land is our specialty.Let I dining room and kitchen most hygienic in I many subsidiary buildings. (1 officers instructors
s : Florida: 418 young ladies from 49 eonntiesand and assistants. S54 young men
carload of Jersey Milk us 'do 'your work. Estimates FLORIDA I! 12 states last session. I K Florida counties and 24 States and
a
cheerfully given. L. N. Lewis, 406S. (Formerly knows u PtlLQark School) I.. TUITION FREE in College and Normal I ISo foreign countries last session.
r.sale,:and'eopte of the sur :!ooJ Bad atd entrance fees for the TUITION FREE Board and Entrance Fees
'd 1 ; East stre-t 714lmoDRESS REOPENS OCTOBER 7 year 12400. For catalogue write I $132.50 per year Write today for catalogue
A. A.
-t: country are invited to in- EDWARD CONRADI. PresidentFOR MURPHREE PresidentFOR

.' MAKING A Boardinr and Day School for Glrb- _________ __ ,.. .
stock. I' === c -'- '-- ---- -- -- '- ----
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: \ RepiUr and Special Coancf-Primary
i Rooms 3 and 4 over Hammond & Intermediate and Academic Grades- I
rx i prices.; Call.on or address Bunch's store, Church street Will Masic-Art-Eiocatkn-Pbysical Culture RENT Fivp room house with SALE

."r ; JAMES, N. SEWELL, close every, week on Friday at 6 Domestic Sarrt'lnutinp-Cllmate Science-Admirable Healthful Situationand five acres of good truck land; 'fifteen -j I Narsery stock, one, two, three and J
k : : clock p. m., and reopen Saturday'at Careful Horn Life-Capable TeachersLew lour old buds Foster
""" '& yf ..Winter' Garden' .,.Fla. 6 p. m.. Perfect satisfaction at mod- Rate&Rev. minutes walk from postoffice.j year ; Early,
:H Pineapple, Java, Homosassa Washington
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erate prices. Mrs. A. S. 1
.J3 J -26-j6t Hodges.. Rodrick Rector.P. Cot, Bishop President Minn, Address Sampler Davis, 209 Irvine Navel Address Mrs. M.Kahla

:' .. I. street 8-25-61 Apopka, Fla. Phone 2222. 3-13-tf
The Robert
; is00 Hungerford Normal
;> and Industrial School. ll throw open
J:!" its doors October 1, 1914, for its fall \\\\\\t\\\" t\" " " t

: I Kilter Will term. We hope all students will he :
: present on the first
day. The build- '
Hit : '1I.htt 4 .
'?J : ings are being thoroughly renovated )

'r'. :: and everything being made as .comfortable :
";>''; : : .house of U'i insects. I .as possible. Any ,information :

:::( ,_ ; ti6 S.$C.' G.:'1." had. by concerning writing ,Mrs.the school R. C. Calhoun may be, .:. : Were to'

". : : Forjsale"by Eatonvflle,, Florida. 8-8-Sat-tf They

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& Gore :
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Wood, 1.50 strand Hand'sCoal 1
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; : : '\ I .Yard, phone 566. 9-31-tf be Married Soon

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$2.00ST. Came to us to see what it would cost them to furnish a modern home of

owp four or five'r oms. 'They, wanted their home to be attractive and comfortable

S A d yet,the.amount_ of money which they had available for the furnishing of their

homemade expensive peices prohibitive. t

.1 .,- AUGUSTINEand They spent considerable time with us looking through our large stock.

,..., We offered ,a few suggestions and gave them some new ideas. They were

return ,much. pleased with what they had seen and took memorandums of what they

i BUYERS',TO.SHARE IN.PROFITS thought they'should want.

): = ;LOWER.. .. PRICES."ON?:FORD. ..- .CARS After,'looking around in other stores to make sure that they were doingthe
; ILOIa t. It h .best possible with tbeir'appropriatiQn they came back and placed their or.der'with'us
:1fee0i ,f_. redac : kA ,
1,1915 ai4 suarait f4 agitet amy: :
I t This is a typical example of hundred pf f homemakers whom we are
.4 'tier- riIIc. .t.r,
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'; Touring.. .. lleasinfVe extensive stock of.serviceablt attractive: homefurnishings
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:Runabout;: -; :;' 505.00. s .grading! from:the I lowest:priced which are'good, ;ihe ver :best. Your appropriation -
Coast U from
> of:, :: '-, !I AJ! .. for furnishing your home may be anything $17S.toI.OOOQr more

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>; 'country'some:: of ,them returning to of the State of Florida: MM" " ii 11111111111111111111'1111111141111111111111111111111111111 111.
the Fatherland, bat'the most of them'going That the following amendment tosection
16 of article IV. of the Constitution
", to the United.States. of the' State of Florida is 1

'BO". i hereby agreed to and shall be.submitted -

;., t' .. . NOTICE OP ELECTION to the electors of the state for TEN REASONS WHY YOU
-. : ;), -: .'-' I Whereas, the.legislature of 1913 adoption or rejection at the next general SHOULD
.a under,the Constitution of 1885, of.the. election hereafter; that is to say, ,
'.< W ;AaS..;27.. War:' me- State of:Florida;'did pass three joint that section 16 of article IV. shall ,

_!' katien.to'aM ?100, H,000'to the resolutions Constitution_proposing"the amendments State of Flor-to be Section amended 16.so The as to Governor read as'shall follows"appoint -: ; :: COOK WITH GAS t- R

.e IIat'aau&icome. all commissioned officers of the
"? was 7 :
.. to
J. ida/and the same were agreed by ;
_sidsfsd tiy at'a'conference be- TOte of three-fifths of all the members state' militia, including an adjutant
general for the state with rank of
tVfpi S4er tary -.(;-Treasury Me- elected. to' each house; that the ,
who shall be chief
brigadier general,
.. Moo, D. cr tic{LMder.u i4 wood votes .on said joint.resolutions were of .staff. The duties and compensation -
entered their' respective journals
of iht hotM Qairaum"Simsaonadf upon;>> of'all.officers appointed shall
and
; with the and thereon, so 6.
5 yeas nays 1. Convenience Speed
be fixed by law. The terms of office
the woafc fiaai ce committee;, :Mr, and they did :'determine and direct as
fladenwod% tedia.d'tosay bow it waS that'the said joint resolutions be submitted the of all commissioned officers of ' .
militia shall be
to the electors of the state at organized con- 2. Comfort 7. Efficiency
rate the additional invest
i*Jctod'Co. : the general election in November, tinuous'during the pleasure of the
legit It fo oatUMtood e t tai: on Governor; subject to such laws as
1914-
.lobaceo,INK'tad ttqw*;ad pesBibly :Now, therefore, J"H. 'Clay Crawford providing may be 'enacted for their by the retirement Legislature forage 3. Cleanliness : 8. Safety

staff tax wffl be-ctrmd( ,oot., ,, secretary of state of the Stateof or other causes.A '
'
Tics m aye_:be'drawn ,qukkly.hto that, Florida';"- do. hereby give notice Joint Resolution 4. S 9. Perfect Regulation
aS Simplicity
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: . deA et .Lades, GENERAL ELECTION ? Proposing an amendment to section 1 ,
:; ; nitiwtaetiiw:' is.' :wpocted',toi will- be held in each county in Florida 1 of article. V. of the Constitution, % of Heat S

; ..... '. fromaAingjor oil Tuesday next.succeeding the first relating to the judiciary. Accessibility
.r; Be it resolved the
by Legislatureof
in November. A. D.1914, the 10.
Monday Economy
..;,,. ".,-!ff r 'sach- leg.I : said Tuesday being the the State of Florida:
;' '. .".. .. ; DAY: 'OF.' NOVEMBER That the following amendment to _X
; --4" ,: THIRD
., I section 1 of article V. of'the Consti-
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.:,_ .4 r. for', ,the :ratification, or, rejection of tution is hereby agreed to and shall '.
'.', "...,IN :LONDON the said H joint resolutions proposing be proposed land submitted to the .
R<.- H ,_ _-', amendments: to the 'Constitution. of electors of the state for approval or v 2. COMFORTA

'':. :,,4.f'" T....pEire; : Man- the'State- of Florida, viz.: rejection at. the next general election

;/,. agv 'cf' the .feferat&fial, .. :News. i'J i l Resection hereafter. that is to say, said section GAS RANGE is the greatest producer of REAL COMFORT in the
Proposing' amendment to section 1 of said article shall be amended so
genrfcc) . sk (6),of article eight (8)),.of the as to read as follows: ." modern kitchen. If you cook with. GAS all unnecessary work is eliminated k
"; : Imo:'Aa .", 28.-1'here.'are' mldiwsaade Constitution'of'the State of Florida, !I Section i. The judicial power of and cooking is made 'a pleasure. There is no wood to bring in, '
: : : the state shall be vested in a
of ,Germans, relating to county officers. supreme
ashes
no to
. carry out, no dirt and soot to clean
: :vaslsas. .a..IIr-.wheJ Be'.it:ordained by the Legislatureof court, circuit courts, court of recordof up-nothing to do but
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the State'of Florida: Escambia county, criminal courts, ,"turn a valve and strike a match."
- t ) afr.r {"'jVw'., :" affected. '. in, 'That the following amendment to county courts, county judges and justices r
-i l' f ., Jr;:; '' ; : section':six '(6); of article eight (8)), of the peace and such other In warm weather especially, the comforts of cooking with a Gas

f' :;<,1 .ku. e M'1 as: 'activesL1s : .of the Constitution of the State' of courts or commissions as the Legislature ,Range are very apparent, because the kitchen is kept "clean, cool and
and shall may from time to time ordain ,
; .. ,,' iw. .-", ". '_8f. Pans. and. i I Florida submitted; is hereby:to the agreed electors to of the and establish. The Legislature may comfortable" without the slightest effort.

. .g .uy!_ elected !18'at, the, general .election to be prescn"be'the compensation of the '"
No
tC .raihitathat troy .held on the;first..Tuesday in, November justices. and judges of the several heat is wasted to make the room as hot as the oven itself,and

. --. ",; .. . that JA" ,, 'AD.; .,- 1914. ; for -ratification' "orrejection courts, but no court heretofore estab- the fire is turned out the instant the cooking is done.
-- lished under the .Constitution and .
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:'-... ,: ; r.:::'-lw.-. ." .. t'._' .'T--- Section: 6. The, Legislature- shall laws of Florida shall be hereby abolished I COOK WITH GAS AND BE COMFORTABLE '0(
provide for the election by the qualified . i _
:
: :, ::. .:_ MM* aad .com electors in each county of the following The votes cast in, compliance with
.. .. efioadDn officers: A clerk of.the said proposed amendments, and the
oi M ..... ia'aJ! county.
circuit'court sheriff, constables, a canvass, "declarations and returns I
,
ORLANDO-WATER
.< ... a.ot' .aU & LIGHT
:; county assessor of taxes a tax collector thereof, shall rbe ,subjected to the CO.
.: '> '" .... .. is dwtirmanyr a',superintendent of public instruction same regulations and restrictions as ..
7L sera ft:IB the,West'End., and a county surveyor. The are provided by law for general elections
",: .. term;of.-office of all county officers in the State of Florida. GAS DEPARTMENT
/. Ac'4 to ate of. the Germtn0HfiniM
In whereof I have here-
testimony ,
mentioned in this section. shall be for
" '.- are: akatUared.otiw unto set hand and affixed the
four_years, :except that of county my
;.. ... owl .di...:in'.teat assessor of taxes and county tax collector Great Seal of the State of Florida, at iiiMIMtitt

.,:-: t...... who lie by;pals{of;;d afudHv ,who':shall be ;elected for two Tallahassee,' the of capital,A.this D. 1914-thetwentyfifth 1111111111111111111111111111111111.1111.1111.1'11111111111 111111111111111111". *_H.
day 'JUly, -
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; A. D.' wheaDd' (Seal) H. CLAY CRAWFORD .
in.the 1916
beheld
rr k.......... aamsehavi: lotrrseh year of State
.t'L,. after.which they shall be elected Secretary WE FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES
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.: _'tI _,it dst seeh :1 ghi ers, duties and compensation shall be .. AND DO ALL KINDS OF

-.:.,:..... Ii "BtKWMt A'.CoaipftBy,",and prescribed by law;' The LegislatureroYide Read the "advertlsements'daily.OSTEOPATHY.. $8 Charleston ann Return ;
shall by law for, the care and OPTICAL REPAIRING : $8
> : i1eria. ad fir Ifiia-t ... ti custody:of all county funds and.shall .
". 'r'i: On Ant alsaas, ettwiag. _to Ger-: provide'the method.of.reporting.and
.i. ::au t .s ...., "i>eUt eJM p png-ov.t allsuch: funds. (VIA"Clyde ,

I... .... ,, "y'::. .,Provided, county treasurers elected .
in general election,held in 1914 shall
.t;: ,fir rfffct Othw' '"<;. .German hold office for the term elected.' DR. J. C J30WELL
I :, 1J ph art_tdoptiag stfeoooua.. -A. Joist ResolutionPrepoang Line"First
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\Itf ...W.. ..... A'i. amendment: to section Hoar;.10-12,3-5, and by appointment
:S .... tMlt .... 'I.:1: 16.oft.article.lV; of--the Constitution No extra house treatment OR. L H. RAMSDEU
for
: '' 1. of,the Stateof, Florida,.'relating.,to charge OPTOMETRIST ,
.: w. JiM..t J TII-...shop i ap the:appointoentof, commissioned. of- '
Telephone ceaaeetioBS (8ueeesaor' Class Meals and
.to Dr 0. Berth IncludedThis
t '" is a nat- seers of,ti e state militia. I P., Lips>. ,
....B rho,sue,"!and farther -Be: ':it' resolved by:Legislature Office cor. Orange and Central Avea.Of ORLANDO, - .. ,FLORIDA

'a. tbtTmlnBir'"'w fveof .. .. .
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; \ .1I..dt';zN .FOR 'SALEBARGAIN steamers August. 22nd to October 17th

nJ inclusive.
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Return Limit 10
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,.,. Three ten acre :tracts on Saturday at :2 p" m.
te..... IatwoMp .

?gilt-_:1 :a? ;: ; Cleanliness Of ,Quality' Orlando and Kissimmee road,I

I. only two and one -half miles I For reservations and further particulars apply to

;, ... S_ n4, : :FRESH AND:.'SALT ;VATS "' from the post;office, Orlando.
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':;des. ;JioN t ni is .....ThuT' ... price: will' double, .when the
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,' .: t.-a-.. tt"icS , ?J rt ,,a-.lHHt.!'..., ," .' .< vNLSrf . tracts;';J f or i grove pur-

j7I'JA: "_t.F i r .:. te..,h ; \lei Ii; L-t'.M.a w tMtN r.*' rtkWi. hug. poecsatbuying: values.t Also

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i.$ ?- ."...-. I.uIII. .S. ., 'w S ,. ', ," 1. -- ,. ... . ,groves' city metropolitan morning' paper be- vacations in the mountains or
; .;'t f ",. they : r" y atjpc e :tiat J:-cornS '"
., : . ? "PARLOLMAITI _.' :'- ... Jacksonville.and Tampa. Sendit elsewhere. may: have the Sentinel by
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RECEIVED. ,Prof. Wade and.Mr.;Will.Branch

t :l ;RECEIPTED _:t ,Assisted ia. ReR4eriRg Egg .
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r: ;State:Bank. 'checks, Without effort many of those who appreciate and'enjoy -
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-:\ :oS--your'part 'they"'rare 'received' - ."receipted ">' :last.';evening.tood'musi by the; was large: attested audience anew assembled 411111: A Constant Battle

c u relurnedr-and! 'give' you let -. in the' Methodist church to .

t: I galevidencerofJpayment,, hear the'first' recital given with, the II I I1
: ..- : Against Waste Thru Personal
recently installed pipe
: :'Tfiis; 'fall the;'harvest; is:: plentilulandlt { \ 0 I 2, The Methodist congregation organ. may 'i ; __.- I and Home .ES Ea 3e.!

E ." ;: .wil1.be' :Weil l'.topayment ;k& e. e(ery.y >>, }) .'}lz.' eddtttaaZa feu '. : ": : .- ,
large new boMng, and tie ladies .
; ; 'you make' :protected ,with who f 'have been working for the organ

.>' .tchecks: received., receipted( and returned fund,are to be congratulated over the An account in the Peoples National :

S tL \ .c *success achieved. The offering taken H tIllUi Bank will to be
prove ;

1 x .L .t Op, :your check'account!: 'here. Mast I fund.The evening.organ.numbers will be on applied't the.program,this . .. A. Fortress of Strength


Th!. State_ ., Bank, of' Orlando '1 were Will 'Branch rendered, 'their by Prof.true.Wade musical'and, skill Mr. in time of your need, and establish' :r.'.: .

:' .:. bringing out the rich,Iweet'tones of :
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'the new organ most effectively; .and f fa :your standing in the community.

i '. ,.. ... ,., 4 showing not only its range of tone, .
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I II :OVERWHELMED BY :NUMBERS AT! '.Wade with "Offertorie inG," by Batiste. .; ;; : .. .. ... .. ..... . .' ". .. .. ... . .
a His other selections were ;":"" ) ;:.;; '" ..:.. ,'.....:..: :..:..' .. "'-" .' -. ..... ., ,.' .,.. .. .'" c.
: i MONSTHE U' 'ISUFIGHT: WELL "Humoreske," by Dvorsk; Barcarolle, : : : : : < : <'' ; 1'

;: ... t: (by Mr.Offenbach Branch, and gave a the postlude.Rosary, arranged .:.:0'[ : [,.. .-'.'; _.C .;':',:.....'-........,....'". ", "'" '.;!':....''.U'' I.V:\'-1 D. t.. .'.'. ..... ,,_ ..:.::.,:.:... .D. ::1..: .
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.- 11" uLo .. Aug.; :28-The' :; Times'oirrasg I shells,frequently fail to burst'and not by" R. Goss Custard; "From : : . : : ("< ; : ::: : ;..,,:. "j"" .:.' : :.; .; ,.:; .:,::'.';'. :

U Rouen:' adent, .describing; the i infrequently miscarry and fall'short .the ,Land of the Sky-blue Water," .: '
U battfe.rf Meafl from accounts of,Brit; The Sheer weight 'of their massbatteries i arranged by C.,Eddy, and 2nd Choeur, r_ _
,. ,: .tah. ,.wo otddeays; ;. .carried. them .forward. by C. ,..Grey. :
if ;"The Efig&h artillery was'magnifi- "Their' infantry also advanced in The well trained choir of sixteen -
fJ tTbut; ;th fe:was Hot'.enough( (it 'close order and good voices, directed Mr. A. >>.
by
offered a magnificent ] business as soon as -trade routes are Gervasi, representing the Seine district
_ J ,Ja'\ "-'---r-.5> rie B ;With' "the e em.rL"t mark. -Their losses beyond question.are Curry, and -with. Prof. Wade, at the.'PANAMA CANAL IS FASTLOSINGMQNEY re-established and interference with attributes the French defeat in
r {y ;TIieie'I, venal. -. t, ony.that'. 'gun greater than those-of the allies it*organ, gave:three very beautiful numbers commerce disappears through some Lorraine to the cowardice of division
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a 1.-fifer: 'gun booth'tIte.English'and French_ but so unfortunately. were their, "num;: : "Earth'and .Heaven,"'by Mer-- decisive victory in the Also it
'h war. of the fifteenth
ft 1 are.wpwier"tote:Germans.' bers.. and '"How Are the [{ !. army corps.
Mes-
They came came again jcandante r ; 'Lovely. is anticipated that a great fleet of They fled before the he write
enemy sr
I' "I TM. ,aBieV' ,d Hs ,burst; without "All.Sunday the English held the sengers I|f ," and Burke's "Magnify the vessels under American and other and compelled a retreat all along the
tF ;'fail.. . The; G''ganners :find c theaoaiewkatfafflarUy ground.. ,Q(Monday, morning came Lord" neutral will be
flags
Washington, Aug. 28.-As resultof soon passing :line, thus losing the fruits of carefully -
i 2 bUt their, the.order to retire." J t Mr. Curry had for his one solo a through the canal to handle the west and
f1 H ____'_" -.- . ".,-, ", .. - : _,-, '-,-'- -.'-, '-, ,- --' I l Hammond's "Behold, the.Master Pass-' war in Europe, receipts from operation coast trade of South America. prepared French advance strategy beyond nullifyingthe the Seine
U I eth," a very beautiful selection and of the Panama canal have
T.RHOURIHAN.LiceBsedPlsmber.&NMeMBtk PLANTS FOR SALE river on Delme and Chateau Salins.
>B8 work"'at;Jair4. 'prices. 'We have for sale .at the Pioneer well interpreted in his.rendering. .{faOued to pay expenses. Tolls during CHARGES 15th FRENCH ARMY
.: .Ffe. '*" m.'p. ": :106'..." Court'' St" -':8-23" *' -tf Garden;'peppers,"'okra,'and tomatoes, : The entire.program was excellently the first week of. traffic amounted to CORPS WITH COWARDICE Some women support their husbands -
p' .,j-\ ; : iAN'LtcensecfPl 'f at.the present, and'will have radishes ,given and greatly enjoyGet' only about 15000.;
: ,, F:'B U m and mustard, for greens, .in a short 1 but that isn't what a man i
..' ," Coa d ati.w'work ,at:fair':-prices,-i'while..; Pri reasonable.' .J.. .C..Dur- Canal officials, however, are confident London, Aug. 28.-Writing to the means when he refers to the matri-
:' EPh.e, lit.' ..106'CoHt'8t.-- --. 8-23-tf I ham. f 8.29-6t the news. rst'th- Sentinel ,there will be a big increase in I Paris Matin on August 24, Senator monial game as a "dog's life,"

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