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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 30, 1914
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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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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Volume ID: VID00421
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.. 't.'LMer01 Forts" DefeadiBg ,Paris Ordered .Destroyed-160 Students From DRED'RETREATEDCOOLLY Before He WouldSurrender QUORUM MAY BE NEEDED

il. ; TapTr; CoataiffiBg" Entire' Army Corps Leave Orlando FOR LMPORTANT

\\ Tay "BiJgiim(to' Oppose RttssiaHS-Destruction off LEGISLATION


.;, '- ..: -".$:'"t_,,. *.'*_"' ,t. eVe: -(German: Cruisers--- 'Confirmed, byOfficral .'*&/:,'...;;: close That, despite our summer present warm is nearing weather its,; MADE G GREAT fiGHT AGMNST C oons S News London today, Aug.publishes 29.-The an account Evening of WAR IN ORIENTCONCERNS[ U. S.
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>: -fV Stat.. _. at 4Lo amongst our young people the sinking of the North German
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Help Never Came But Wilhelm der
. }1 v" ; doflr 'A f.:29.-.(Special.)Though appalled, by the terrific early number of them over their Englishmen Fought on for Grosse off the coast of Africa by the The Philippines May Become Involved .
departure for various
schools
|Ioadflife'on.the.French and.Belgian frontier, which has brought and colleges elsewhere, though a Hours Until,Force Was British cruiser High Flyer, which was in Struggle Between

jhoflve!'with, :redoubled.;force_ the,.seriousness ,of the.business upofawbeb n larger number by far will continue to Over Half Disabled reported Lieutenant last Thursday.Deane of the British Japan and Germany at

the:country.is engaged. ,' England. today;shook off her gloom avail themselves of the excellent facilities army; who was a prisoner of war, i Any Hours

'Wkieiut/:J for educational advance in our London, Aug. 29,-The Daily MaWs authority for the narrative. He was i I ;

, t aa : The.,reverses in.France indicated by dispatches reporting that own town. . Boulogne correspondent, writing of not on board the German liner; he The Washington, Aug. 29.-SpeciaL-(
Most of those who president has
tIte Gennans,'had reached'' San, Quentin, department of Aisnes, have graduated from are either going away the battle at Journal, says: had been sent to the collier Arucai, administration leaders sent in word the to the

'. *<.Jess-. than. '_',ninety.. -miles from<,Paris, disclosing that 'the.'allies had school or the Cathedral school our,high but down"The in battle British of. Tournai should go from which she that was the coaling. Whenit to keep all members of the senate senate in
history beside Rorkes- was seen Wilhelm
was
- tbbeei to :forced fo'.;retreat'.'- much..'farther' into 'France. than. had been desire the further help and advantages drift and Magersfentein as a revelation doomed the German captain sent his Washington in order to be prepared

i ,"was,off setbythe:'day's dispatches from Copenhagen. eta college course. With each of the prowess of the British sword, his dispatches box and letterto I for emergency legislation. Senator
iJ These.. of our young students will the Lewis, the senate whip,
diipatchee.reported that the Germans, realizing the per go. army. his wife to the collier. He announced today tele-

: sitiudiionkof''their/:army. on the east front, because. of the hearty relatives good wishes%of friends and "At Tournai' a German! cavalry'orce he would blow up his command !once.graphed all absentees to return at
here
aivwiy Rassian ;.aggression,. were transporting troops from ,the to whom their true of 5,000 'men overwhelmed a rather than surrender. It is
understood
success, both in the that
fjrest front to'e&atern:Prussia J .. The' present pursuitof British force of 700 who hourly expected When the High Flyer opened fire one of thee
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dispatch: that all ordi- learning and in their future labors the purposes of holding the senate together c
collier
'A relief which never appeared. ; was still fastened to ti
j nti7 won on .railroads inJ Germany had been suspended for which. these college, years are to "The Germans were victors at a Wilhelm by one hawser and owing is to be prepared for legisla _

Ifor 1" the- .time being' because. of 'the_ urgency'of,this demand. prepare'will be of deep intereSt. terrible; price, and only after their to; some delay several prisoners in tion touching the situation in the
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'f| ,Although ,it:,ha8JeeD admitted- ',that the ,French and British h As on the bail] field our boys are own ranks had been sadly thinned. : the liner did not get a chance to leave Orient, where, in the language of one

" [have been'forced back since:Thursday; it is;now'declared that the stimulated by the" sympathy and applause The British stood. their ground until the ship. The cruiser maneuvered I to of tain the administration senators, "cer

t '. \ysfitei; ft e-;' ?dense. ;on. :the/BejBan and.French frontier. *-now their entrance of th adherents to,distant colleges, so now may in mained.aU,hope. was lost and only 300 re get the broadside 'on to the Wilhelm and emergency at any hour legislation on receipt may of be news required -
Then they retired ensuing cannonade lasted
crests forty
; ..(strongly entrenched,positions where our:girls and each calmlyand touching on'matters
they :can :.stand.likestefte boys feel the stimulus coolly, carrying their wounded minutes. All the shots from the in the Orient,

k.a:.' -' wall. .Against the German. advance. into the heart of France of a. keen home interest; may harassing their pursuers all theway. Wilhelm appeared to fall short. From where the war between Germany and

-' With.ftis line-hoidmgand: 'with,.the Russians rolling.forward and know that not only their immediatefamily the collier it was seen that she had Japan may" revolve around the Phil ;

,:envdopiug all!before. them from the east,--the position of the allies for and and nearest friends are watching the story of their last stand is been hit three times, and catchingfire ippines.

today. seemed rejoicing over their success somewhat beclouded ''by' the Britishharge she ceased replying.
,greatly,improved on.land.

,.."M&!:;G THmny; is(reported,:to 'be" in a:panic:at .the Russian advance proud, but of her that"lads Orlando and as lassies a. town," 'and is turned: the that, tide the of battle Germans by mounting finally By The this High time Flyer the also Arucai stopped, which firing.had I 1 PHILLIPs S Will DYNAMITE

the bilitY-of..COsSa threatening the city of Berlin. will. gladly mark the victory of each. quickfirers[ in Red Cross wagons. The separated from the liner, had gottentoo

HIn:Daogiga.statejof: :; anarchy reigns_ and ins! Posen','conditions Among the last graduates of the British survivors fell back on far away to perceive anythingmore All HISGROVESL G ,,

are- ." ;*about*- > aa-_ bad-while*"v fugitives are already reported to be are high Miss school 'who will soon be leaving Wednesday afternoon, the fight having than that she was,still burning.The :

streaiaiig,into ilifiomt1ie'_ : ., Harris Dorothy Slemons, Miss Min lasted from 11:30 o'clock in the Germans kept on board the Kaiser -
na and Miss
Elbeth *
Mulholland morning. Here is the of Wflhelm only her officers, her ONE OF
Tour-
"I tThe situ, t sea took story LARGEST GROWERS
on a new glamor tonight with the an- ,'a' trio bound for the State Normal -

ipunc ment, &. at.|4-::the' Germans" ;had lost- eleven, cruisers in a, fightin school at Tallahassee, while Joe nai"On in Wednesday brief: morning our. troops gun number crews of her and men a, few were engineers.transferredto A IN STATE ADOPTS NEW -'

..the Nortk Ferris .(also of the CULTIVATION
,yeeterday., high school class had taken position ear the collier. i
at;l Tfa off5c f 'bureau of '14) will join Delaney Way in the _I 1._ __'. ...slightly. to the.r. -
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press ,.navy department does not state fetter's ui uie town 01 lournai, upon high !
whether the"l_ a iurredin; tile same :battle in which th return to the Georgia Mili ground. Our artillery fired effectively First of Several Tons of Dynamite -
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academy, Richard YoweU. also JAMISON N 8 BELIEVES[
iah:ships two,cruisers, and .torpedo'boat'destroyers.' A clew g going there. at first upon'the',German advance IN to Be Used Was Ordered

too! thebcatsn of.the battle m which.the Germans are reported: .to' Misses Dorothy Johnson, Helen o'clock but later our lost position the range.became Towards criticaL 1 Yesterday and L. N. Lewis

have lost eleven:ships'may.,be:furnished, l in dispatch from ,Am- Warlow.and Ruth Isaacson graduatesof "As every vital moment slipped by FLORIDA Begins Work Friday

p erdam which.says'that! twelve hours' after the battle>off Hell go' the'Cathedral school, are to enter [anxious eyes looked back for the I

land Biffct, the incessant: .of- : Rollins :college, having the delight of promised help' that was to A ton of dynamite was ordered j
:firing, heavy .guns washeard.off the "week.:ends" at home. Others never AS AGRICULTURAL STATE
>n north : ut gfHellan'd: who: come. Even at the terrible disadvantage shipped to Orlando yesterday, and it
"" 7" : are to enroll at Rollins are Miss Pau- of than WHOSE POSSIBILITIESARE is only one of probably several .
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| yr more ten to one the infantry shipments
.. M------- line: Nuckols, Robert Lewter, Peyton GREAT fully
and as large that will
| itn artillery were.holding come
,PROBABLY, HELD JBY (GERMANSl Mussdwhite, and Bert Walker. their own when hordes of Uhlans .* here within the next thirty days. t''

WAliM'BftoBAag.. ;:29.-Special.-The! ( ) state department an- ,Miss Mary _Hyer goes to Agnes seemed suddenly to sweep down from Tells Interesting Story of a Bale -. The Germans are not headed this

nounetd todty,tl t the Americani.consul general,had taken',charge Scott academy Decatur, Ga.;' Miss nowhere. of Hay, Illustrative of What way, but dynamite is becoming recog-

of' =Br. interests>f. OtodT, While,toinicates; that Ostend Lorena Washington Walker to" Chevey Chase, "Through the town they gallopedwith Can Be Done on Florida nized as one of the best orange culti-
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Helen
iaes ,.'thi.bids t.; the.:Germans- .the Drew an amazing disregard for them Land vating materials that can be used. ;
to baY ( department clahnsonthe ,,is to eater Stetson,. DeLand,':a selves and up to the very muzzles of: The ton ordered yesterday was for

.... .,: no :: :subject;* little later; Frank. Holland goes to our field guns. Their.losses Mr. W. T. the groves of Dr. P. Phillips, who
were Jamison
,... ' the appalling agent of thee
University of:Florida
- : at Gainesville . but will, within the next few weeks
survivors insist dynamite
that th Southern
:s--G1WIANS AT:_KUyiCHAU ,HAVE, PREPARED, TO DIE, ; :E- ,C Hyer to the Florida Military British stood .their ground until Express company, was yesterday every orange tree he owns in
showing his
lapin, AID: t 2.9--Special-Admiral( academy Jacksonville friends a fine bale the
LeighNewell state.
Kato, ,co mo' ; armed ambulances s, at least three in of Lake county; hay, and the he
story
181 the.lqJ1ll ISe'deet'atticking !iau' CHau, reports that the Ger-' to the University Virginia, number, made their appearance with. tells in connection with it is very interesting Dr. Phillips is one of the largest -,
roan\ fork firefi a few,' : and.George Patterson the Univer rapid fire mounted them. owners of orange groves in the state.
W8Wi guns
'. effectc The bo sity of;Pennsylvania. : on as well .as illustrative of I
ineat. not : mbardof "Towards 2 o'dock. the 300 the. His groves are located principally in
s 'fit tefan.'The,;defending' forces,. 'con ,; ( survivors great agricultural possibilities of this
but he
county has
several in
other
5,000 H'>wm, are twtly..-:outnumbered} ,.biit ale 'said to 'be;;prepared began to retire. Florida. The hay is'natal grass and I counties. Probably nobody knows-
ti offs : ptecate' rBsJatoace. nn M'arewell is some of the finest seen here'. of any -
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. Among the. defenders YUMDG D -- --fI just how
: are ,many : kind. Mr. Jamison it many orange trees from
:" -- I" "Whhave; .. WARS says was grownon I which Dr. Phillips sells
t. ::made, their wills, written:1 INSU. [ some of the poorest land in Florida I the golden
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to the ,acre have already been made
;. ARMY GOWS-, PAm IIIJSE The dynamite method
' LEAVK :FRENCH .FRONTIER..TO OPPOSE and another will be made in October. of cultivationwill
;. It } Washington, Aug. The ,be operated by Mr. L. N. Lewis
; OI COMING UsSIANS' 29.(Special)- land from which this hay came
and he will
The.Senate begin work next Friday, .
JV.Un It t.-... fi9.=(Spec.)=-One:hundred_and sixty troop i'i of Attorney today confirmed the nomination Washington, Aug..29.-(Special.)- is located on a high pine ridge, ap- and how long the task will last he '
. General of
iu James C._ parently pure white sand. A good
tr earl tt a Lire army i corps,,,with 'all its impedima, X ReinoIds's',associate -justice--of The house'late this afternoon passed many years ago the owner planted an was unable to say, but it will certainly '

F ,. p ssied ...It dffs&.f, II'the/southwest: towards the north the,, United States supreme,'court to the administration war risk bill'with orange grove on at but the land was I I require several weeks to cover

. iii'y Bight It is WSewd .theGermans'are: Withdrawing this succeed'the late Justice Lurton. The 'an amendment limiting the operationof too dry or too poor, for oranges and all The of Dr. PhBiips'.big groves. =
4 cons fis tJae..1n8 senate:also'confirmed.the the insurance the trees all I ton of dynamite ordered yesterday ''
.. :, 1 8r tooppoose;; t. Ru liana who:arepD1Mi nominationof period. to two years. died. The field was for- is not
.... m' '"'"' '. {, ; '< Thomas;W. Gregory,' (. Texas, as The bill.now. goes .to,conference.It .; s4en and the natal grass took pos- I eipected.to complete Dr.
-,; 'i " attorney |:Phillips' work, but is the first;of a
; ."_ -- otJ .gefieral; the United States. provides for the< establishment session; The present owner recog- :
"'* number
of
orders
that
'-. w "'VBNG J Ii AN.'wA: iMIPS ", -- of a war; insurance bureau in the nized the possibilities of hay raising will be required.

: i Ii ; : 18'. SAYE GERMANS.' ;.KILLED(CIVILIANS ; treasury department to insure Teasels, and last year scattered about two, Mr. Lewis S
to
'AT '.LOUYAINAigi ."<, : aider, the American flag againstL loss hundred pounds of fertilizer to the ,goes Mims Tuesday

; II.ile T: ; (1few I dlJe{ el(frank '' '1 of damage growkg oatof the.:.European . acre: with the result that the land is where he will start off a big contract
.. ,Leadee;.. ; of dynamiting for the
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a \ : f.tM'N rtll'aia' : i tfcer':Pet ,frwBtfee :T8I' ' Land company, returning in time to
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., / ,t.t.the total number': : 1 < : -.- lars an ,acre from the annual hay
-- t ( "ships Isetby'the'; :Ger_ cans;. I 1" ;".ck.,of" L an -'
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1" ( :: _aimsswpa : xr.JamlsQn
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BMHJ dvfliM* w...kflW, ricultural
mwMBta possibilities of Florida
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:> _. fllpA IffG JOlt FENS or-P4i .... ; Florida:_ Local: thunder'
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I aadfWr .. ,I.: ':Cs ;f -:: 2dAftet; just beginning to be realized and that skewers
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t i- die' _Utht Iy country 'will'.suffer";;if :tfce Atlantic The Orlando Sentinel stated that a

a. ,_. t IIiIII, harbor.tea; itf.\4ifth' the threads'of certain citizen tied his horse up to a GRAND

'Li' tie wbote'prospenty# of,the: UnitedState& hitching rack on a paved street, with

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'! ;::'I ia. die pfea oettitedfc0 -"before: :the 'task of.,the fleet .church.. And it further avers that
", ;': ;wit .iA: cM ieGsrpae i : would:.be; to: undertrice a: series of there are a number of certain citizens MONDAY
'
;:< ::-a. .. maw-brained: Pan- )large landing operations, through in that community doing the same

. '. ..titIaCbutmember.of'th! b ,. , ; : which' we"""are able- >to take_several of thing' Sunday after Sunday. They
paoiras general ata$.- Here .is",.. his these i important d wealthy :towns. wouldn't treat an automobile in that
. -..::: t'against' -" !!; within a brief space of time. By interrupting 4LhV manner. The' sun would blister the "Adventures of Kathlyn "

" t1' *0p6tatiofi9' ' the. .United their communications; by _paint,-Clearwater Sun. ,

. : ..... el';North America would have destroying all buildings serving-.the I This is the last of this great serial and promises to
t: I!b. eoat ed in a'different_manner state, commerce and, the defense, by
be the most of the
HORSES WORTH $122 EACH interesting lot. Everyone should
see
. .from feflBa afaiMt...EBgkci, During taking away all material for war and I .
V the FINALE.
Jaatyear**.r* .;Utiea1'fric', en.Jvith.that. .. transport and, lastly, by_ levyi 1gheavy' .
-- : ? v - -" f "*
state,>. *pecialry friction arising-inm, 'contributions, we! should'be I The Florida horse is now worth

"' CHmmercial. .- causes,' .has.not been lackfeg '-l &.pJo inflict damage on the :United $122 per head, according to a report .
j :aid; the: difficulties that. have States! just issued bythe United States department "The "

L. . 'aruea'hwe, ;mostly 'been settled by f "For:such enterprises a small military r of agriculture, while a year Voice of Silence,
' : : .J :..made:haa'its;limits, we' 'have to'askowrsetves the,American.defense will find it difficult II There are 55,000 horses on the farmsof An Edison that is equal to any of them.
1! what force''we canpossiblr y to',undertake 'a,successful enterprise this state' and they are valued at

bring to>> beer.in order to meet the attacks against that kind of, warfare. 6710000. In 1910 the number of
f ,or the United States against Though an extremely well developed horses in this state was 46,000 and "The Boys of I/O. U."

I t. .enr fetwBets. .and, .:to,,_,impose.' .our-wfll.' railway system enables them''to concetttrate {. had an aggregate value of $5,014,000.
hr W.wifl probably be able' to'de- ,troops within a short timeon In the entire United States there are A Yitagraph Comedy.
jtiit :the naval_'forces- ')t the UnitedJMti the .different points of the coast, '20,962,000 horses and they are worth
: '
"'
'\ 1', , wkiA' .are distriboted, over the concentration of the troops and t $2,291,638,000, or $109 each.
.1 (&,cmaanir.andover.long distances: the ,time which is lost until it is recognized I
tt Bit it woflld be t a mistake.to.suppose ,which'of the many threatened Uneeda EMPEROR PROMISES RELIEF TO ORCHESTRAA
i.r'w.,4W f of their fleet 'will points- of, landing wfll really be utiliZed PRUSSIA

!t :terse the;United_:'States. with'its,:imjresoerces will, as a rule, make it possiblefor BiscuitTempt

il "a r E into, concluding the army,of invasion to carry out London, Aug. 28.-The Rome cor- Splendid Show.

c!; PIsN.'. .- ?, its operation with success under the the appetite, respondent of the Exchange Tele- ..
.J' '. "Ia,.viw of'.the :;snail number' of operation,of the fleet at the point please the taste and graph company says: .
' .AeeriesB.'Merchantmen, in view :of chosen. Thecorps; .landed can either nourish the body. t "A dispatch from Berlin states that
;,1 -.:the,3B I U/value of'the American cql- take the offensive agansc gathering Crisp,clean and fresh Emperor William has telegraphed his

c' +, ";":with t: are. ,:not'even pacified, in >hostile forces or- withdraw; to the 5 cents. council of ministers charging the
view;of the.,repent fortifications transports in'order to.land at another council with the immediate organization 5c lOc
witii'wWeh' the,great American sea-' place. of all possible relief for the population
B.BIsciII
,fotte. ;; .arcprovided. :: .and which can "It should be said that Germany is of his beloved province of

k Mt be.tafcim.except. with very;heavy the only gre power which is able Round, thin, tender- Prussia." .
IMMB, and m::view of the large'numof. to; tackle the United States single with 'a delightful flavor I I I I .

P 'M' ; :American seaports, all of handed England could,be victorious appropriate for lunch SOLDIER ON SENTRY DUTY ASSASSINATED -. FRIDAY, we are showing the first of the great

1 'wMeh::we .can,;"not blockade at the on sea, but would'not be able to protect eon, tea and dinner. t l AT MONTREAL
1 'ia.,toe;oar fleet has'no'means to Canada, where the Americans 10 cents. I PARAMOUNT PROGRAM
is 'fereetbg opponent:through;:success- could find consolation for their defeats Montreal, Canada, Aug. 28.-Gordon -
fed Baritiffid operations to' conclude on sea. Of the other ; Betts private in the fifth
. i : I great t a Royal This program is the greatest move ever made in the
. t -si.peace:on'oar/terms.. powers none possess a fleet'of'transports GRAHAMCRACKERS Highlanders, was"shot and killed to Moving Picture \Vorld. It deals with all the productionsof

'in "The possibility must betaken into required for such an opera. I i I day by an unseen assailant while on the following companies:-Lasky, Bosworth, Inc, and

.y\\i.. ;'.;' .'e eeo Bt- .thattbe; ; e' tof the :United tion." : sentry duty at the canal at Soulanges. Famous Players. Inasmuch as the management are also

'C'I 84ai0;will, .," at:-first 'not''venture. into |repeatedly under contract with these people for the All Star productions .
\i ,. ,lam;'bat that:it. win .withdraw into 900 .AMERICANS MAROONED AT ingredients.Made of the' Bakedto finest i ... their great works will also be seen on the screenat
:. 11. fertifed harbors, in order to wait for MANNHEIM the GRAND.
.
: a fivor Ue;opportunity'of achieving ,. ... national perfection. The We insure your life and loan you Our first Picture wil be one of Lasky's, featuring
'. a iaei WBeeasaes. ,Therefore it is,clear London; .Aug. 28. Refugees who strength V money on real estate at 6 per cent Thos. W. Ross in"THE
-rJ."' tit"'eaves.action;;alone will :DOt be arrived in London today reported that : food. 10 cents. : interest. Guarantee Life & Loan Co.,
J a t ': 0u Curry Building, Tampa, Fla.
: ..... State 900 Americans
:against. the.f United. s, over are at.Mannheim 325d&wtfRead ONLY SON
" ; lit tW tM.eombi; action of'navy anxious,to get away:.from; the .mam- Buy biscuit by -

.9 '>and'army;wiH !e'feq ired. Consider- land. Some of thein 'are afraid to the advertisements daily. Five Magnificient Parts.
; NATIONAL BISCUIT
:U "w the frt,:extent. of the' United cross the .channel because of the' ,

;: t'' SlMp,..the, ,w o |ae s t of_the. .-corm. P7LY' 'mines... ; . COMPANY: SPECIAL
'.. ar B-.t iron :is,not:possible.Bt : '.. LABOR DAY EXCURSION TO
,: Always look for that Name. I IIIII.tt..... . ; )ttllt.e"IIII'I"IDII""I'lU
tOUMA IA'S KING
{ tkeare U every.reason;to believe ,ILL, ; MAY. DAYTONA BEACH
? n # *t.victorious enterprises on:the.At-' ABDICATE .

"U .tic.coast' and'the:conquest, of the -' tember Bus leaves 6th Orlando Sunday. Sep L COLLEGE[ f Winter! Park
.' at six-thirty m.; returning
'.-9 :' C iaportant; ,arteries throughknporta V Rome, JUdy, Aug. 28.-A news WOOD FOR ,SALE Monday evening. Number of ; j
." ti l''i i_" and" exports, ..pass,, will. agency dispatch from Bucharest passengers limited to ten. Fare $3.00 V
",_c ate: ate' ,:' i."unbearable' state. oaliuein f states that King Charles of Rouma For the month., of August I will round trip. Don't delay-only ten Oldest College and Most Beautiful Grounds in Florida
,
< sell, at farm, pine at 85 cents
See Morton
y ,the whole country that,the nita seriously ill. It is rumored h e my per can go. Jones and se-
strand, and oak at $1.00; also some cure .a ticket.
: .9 fpffwam twilreadily; ; offer'accept.y will shortly.abdicate. saw logs cheap. A. S. Hodges, R.1, MORTON JONES &' SON. College, Academy, Music, Expression, Fine Art, Domestic .
;," .able 'oondttieile' in "oiler ;to: .obtain. Orlando. 7-30-lm 8-25-tf and Industrial Arts, Business, Teacher's Course.

.t 'Y' ....'.. BRITISH DESTROYER. SINKS ,AN I r WALDECKER FISH MARKET Twelve buildings, steam heat, electric lights,fire protection :
[" AUSTRIAN DESTROYER Don't wait for every one In town to [ fine gymnasium no malaria million
' t Germany begins preparing a 206 Boone Street quarter dol. '
.J have Entrican ,the 'before
T l\\i .. ef'' transports, and :troops for I. you try Am ,too busy painter to look, you One door south of Hammond-Bunch lar endowment. Three teachers of music, $5,000 organ,
-
: e 11 .laaiinf orposes:ftt the moment when I London, Aug. 28.-A Central News op. Phone 636, and I will be on the Shrimp Wednesdays and Thursdays. a dozen pianos, two Glee Clubs, chorus class. Superb new ;
.'. i. the battle, .fleet' steams. bit of. bur dispatch from .Brindisi, Italy, says; Job. 1-20-tf salt Always water large fish.asosrtment of fresh 8-26-3t and. rooms for business school, full banking equipment. New

.-__ r b [ '.we;May conclude'that.opera that a British destroyer sank an'Austrian .' chemical and physical laboratories, equipped with every

:"" .,1 j1fP OB ,American. soil Can, begin destroyer off Corfu after a ten modern device; analysis of soils, fertilizers, foods, water.
<;: tftar .sheet; few weeks, and; it can minutes, fight. Preparation for engineering course.
:
it -at be doubted that-,the.UJ! !ed'States.h.I --- fiYW.m $ JfPt Lakes, boating, swimming, golf, tennis, football,
_!: 9 not be aMe;to oppose'_to us with : RUSSIANS TAKE TILSIT Christian, but undenominational; expenses moderate. =

.. : Ift.tiiat. tiMe'. ; ak, : ;;.-rI.y: equivalent to St. Petersburg, via London, Aug. Scholarships available. For catalogue address
tJ n ...MIlL 28.- It. officially announced that
::
. "At' pweat the regular: army of the Russians have occupied Tilsit, a I' HAVE 1DL mi POPULAR BOOKS i WILLIAM FREMONT BLACKMAN,

fee U >, irStafeBB.:. .t ,. 'amounts'-to 65,000. town. ,, sixty ,des ,northeast of Koe- .
'j IBM, el waom.-, t39OO9'could.; -, : "beof. nigsburg, east Prussia. THE VICTIM, by Thomas, Dixon. :I Ph. D, LL. D., President
...eaSd of:these at leaau0,000s1
-. FULL ,SWING Frank 4'1111""t t".I'OI 'II""I' &t a.'II" " '.
by
r q ir d fe'wetching;. Indian- : ,Read fin the Sentinel first, Danby.
.....! and'for;: guarding. .the for THE EYES OF THE WORLD, by.Harold Bell ' , , " . ,
) :-oa':tfce;:sea coast ',Theretoe Up to. ,date painting, papering, etc., Wright. .'

Ti t 'oaijr ,abeot' 20,000 'men o(: the is the kind you want. Where to get POLLYANNA, "The Glad Book" by EleanorH. GRAND

j N W|.Jar ar y are resdy.for war.. BsBeet:116,000 it? _That's easy,"phone, 636. W.. T.Eatriean. !. Porter. VIEW

...... : militia are in:ex-' 1-20-tf DIANE OF THE GREEN VAN, by Dalrymple.MISS :

,'t," ....... rf wfcoa, .the- .largerpart' did BILLY' MARRIED Porter. ,.
.. eeeMt '., wken '.they:were; ..calledold If you want your' bicycle fixed.in by -
j dwiaf,the. .'last:war, :Lastly,the, a',hurry. 'take' it to Warman's Repair THE SALAMANDER, by Owen Johnson.
'
eta II not. mat,, it.:is partly Shop. 125tf.OSTEOPATHY. Also many others., Newest and most up-to-date hotel in -

ti Jm.i witfc Mttiate;load 3,,and :its *
tnfafeff ia,wwse thin:its.armament tr . 'W. S. BRANCH Canton. Situated on Academy Heights.
'.*A. ace: "opwatkm. .by: ,surpriset '
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,spent ta did te taapeitg'are nt,; : way, Valley. One of the finest views in Western
Hews 10-12,3-5, andby appoletmea,
.. the }**&*g" earn be effected by '
p. ..,.., KtwrtWwe,J stress,'must No.'extra ckarje for beeee treat meat '' North Carolina. 4

fat WI ia fact ,tkat:the;i'a' pi4ity .TeJeptae. cooaMtioasOffiea r' \
d UN iiintai will aehhli',f avfctaff -
.' . a aiE t.-the 'United; .cor."Oiure.aad ,CeBtral:Area. Hammond Gore

.... elfipt to to'a aee'of 'meth .: __ .. _.. . .:t' MRS. J. R. McFADYEN
'F t '>teebili ttion; nil MI 11111 1111 i nlINRooanswith ,
...., .,:tka1e1;: .?ri D e'ef.fee''Per t1JNEUL.IlUCl'HS ANl E-ALMERS..

.... ..... to ... 'of l rO GRM : : 6-20-d&w CANTON N. C.
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b. ..... .. .: ,. .. .,REAL. .VALUES.' ; :LOW .PRICESIi' .., ,
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.;< '<-if4r'.lI..kJII't"'v.tW.. i L COMPARE ..
to pTteet ar _et 4Ittd068 ,41f<1gt IJ
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? fO.as -. ..... to '4ffcteowrtry ..... 'OUR.F'UINITI1KE JOHN B. STETSON UNIVERSITY
'. ..... II M ... tW -
LINCOLN
4' HULLEY, Ph. D., Lilt. D., LL D., President
in the .t '" -
came ttaae. en :We'pll+ ideq ity of furniture that has long THE BEST SCHOOL T TooED FOR YOUR CHILDRENSend
0 RiQ0v 99 periaeraMe fare
Vflh 9J9adi t beep accepted by kwnriog; furnitare. buyers.the,
week NIIIIJIIiftd.. aa ofwntttbhaapend bathho wed of verit 'If.an arfeide,te; toe: it)> good. ,them to Stetson. Fall Term Begfna Sept. 25.
eo oteld lie ..,..,' by tbefMl .. 49 Professors and Instructors College of Liberal] Arts
M4 cold 4. It- "Obe 1Mn1JtR sotlaenfi e.. We ean't make 17 University Buildings College of Law
,_ that it woold water, n = 28*Aere
rote arf eueoNi : -deertooee-etJ.e edsawnst sV' Campus College of Technology
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469 Students Last YearIIMMH College of Easiness
-' pip ft* trot feet in : tE. t'beearaeels,.aad tit BMSM mach to'any' buyer.: EBfewneat Preparatory Academy
... eilip the mraaaaij. troepa that,,, V '. 110.000 23.500 Volumes Pipe organ in Library School School of of Mask Mechanic Arts ',
111 _t. ......., H -.. N fw 10 Large Laboratories for Science School of Fine Arts,
. 1" 1 1Mk Unsurpassed General Equipment Normal ,School
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Dormitories for "and 1Vomm.Careful administration.i .
men
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,-<' ,':*.. .. .... . cIt, 1*. nt For catalog or Tiers, for information,or for room rcsemtios address
'-: "'Ie" <,-.'< . .-'- .- DBLIND'
'' : JOHN B. STETSON: UNIVERSITY
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str 'or the United, judging :
III. .lrwl .Aw: IWt .....: __ the::emperor" : ,
,. : the'remarks:of Gen. Yon' Edelsheim :
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America,
1I[III."t .... ":;:.!.::.!.;;!': I.H of .aCinvasJen published NW E
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: .. ... ; .,;...".!..!1f.. .!. !..' .1O Plan 'to Conquer ,the .No .tr uble : 1]I

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tric Company
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"U" }'._._ ;".."U'tlal.. 1I. :Some 'tthe errors' of theGermanoffice candle power I ;
'Vii:'fir' : ieh-' .iM' II'; ''Vic'' : 1wMt are so gross as to place last ev fir
....... : ... lead:to tie doubt that any,member of got into '
tart M iriii Ia'at .
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ar1WI.. ivfe*ABflBtffcc been guflty of'them. hid ; : "W. .
M Mrtnrt l.i iMd.it It taHI her face .
'., ,iii. to e&ItdIr. airs*'... :According;to:the printed accounts; bulb.is .
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IrIIII The Sottfae! science
y 1 ...... .... ...." lbs, ofliet ta vrftiaf merwfeit present 'the, regular, army: : .of the I "_<.-
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.< ',at r"tbt.".mtitf.ratMrit&m. ,vSl'rate.to bt. United: States,amounts to.65,000 men, The : :; I I'cS"

'i'' _: -..'.....' ,.' 'stop. M'cecd .d.;. ' of whom: ;,about '30,000, could ,be .dis- Journal. says: ", IJ.f': hv .
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.' t" o.:! SUNDAZ AUGUST)6,1914.. posedof", .AS.. a;.matter. offset there are 85-: a cater'.splendid that the- ="'..'' .. .. =. ._ .' =:. aj :4U"" >;:? :, !" '

<. A'l -?--' '*- -,_ '; '" 000 "men :in the .American army; of newspaper, I r .W1' 't8' I "

';. ,t' '1:' In> "tine---v of.trial'-anaequittal: : brings, whom,:outside of contingents in'the to have a : ;
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n ,tae-most, .relief. : / ... . Philippines, Hawaii, China, Porto too. With a :
t -(-'- . : 0' Rico,;the, Canal Zone, and the coast a real sure 10'---,9u1 : -: .
: :
n The Barons :won again yesterday. defenses about 40,000 men could be South C .

;t', lK and we- *are- -_about v to.win a- pennant- put..into the field. The ',size' of the some of her : ',jir ,
*Y : o > '
: American army can ,be found in any: :
f.Nob ti has been killed in.th: rush I .t : ; ,.
annual report of. the secretary of war. ,Another,, 1JdL
.; fto: bey theeeeapotien."F'lorida.. Dol- , will 1 KJlli;
officers be in.
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Jir8.ll. ; Army especially Germans have
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.. .. f clinedto laugh over the Prussian'gen now the dry
'.1 1 0 ' eral's idea thai of our,forces,"at least, vance the :
.: 'r;Cariaalimanto No:: :necessary .for ,a. Sooth 10,000: ,are.required for watching the other I :
f : ,blush when his state is i
: .
,tiei4 Indian territories. Few -Americans capitated Just to hand are de-
h : _- have, t.o be told how ridiculous this is; gowns. WI1m"i
in 'fact,. the Indian tribes, would un- .
I ,".How would.you:like. to'be'.a.stockholderhi = :
doubtedly supply some of the bravest liveries of
I|: . a, European, life' insurance Ever eat a .
jN -company?;:" fighters in a United- States. ;volunteer And didn't

A :- D1 force. was a green
The ;.seat: -off war needs a. .goocJ :Lastly, Yon ,Edelsheim is credited how to eat it.

: an1 gaoi"its'obstreperous. rantan- with asserting "the militia is not efficient Mrs. Chas. G. NEW SILKSin
: 'kero ss.. ; it' is partly armed with muzzle Mrs. Lee to

loaders, :and. its training .is worse it. Oh, yes, it
w ,The'Germans have gut Paris 'scared than its.-armament" The American how you eat it

ncold,, tort:the Russians are 'making National Guardsmen are/not ,armed better green
n| Berlin icy.,l with ."muzzle. loaders." They are can eat it Blacks and Colors
f j % armed with, rifles of theregular .
Springfield
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the
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1J ,-<> rK -, .- just- same
|t- :Many: American tourists left their army,type, and there are now j eat if you
l'f watch on the:Rhine.-together with all4t' more.than,enough Springfields,*of.the. plate,-but it
l 'other.-personal belongings.; type used by, the army, in the reserve when it is ; SILKS ARE SOME OF THE

f 1 ', : supply: ready to equip an, army of with a mango.

'V; '.The _Tarpon,Leader declares- that a 500,000 men for'the first line of de- that she ate VERY LATEST THAT THE MANU-

.: it|leather;:;strap::properly'_applied beats fense.* \_ the other- day

\ |rafl",thVcurfew. ,bells'that ever. rang. .' .0RANDOM with it She r. FACTURERS OF LYONS, FRANCE
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THOUGHTS "
P .0' dee-licious.
H .That'Ja pen-Austria war is one that, and you' will { DESPATCHED BEFORE THE DECLARATION -
; "' declaredwill. never be fought. Shed your machinery- so it can. shed nor gout.

t.-'PJiJ-aJ 'Of'ther' .1. Could.. not.be. arranged the ram * OF WAR.
t\ ; T. F.

1{ .. o- If"you are going to live'here, give Conscientious
r here } .. Phone 629. '106
There is soaebody ', ; -
watching youtodayta '. . ' :
: see ifiuhitchyom' horse Nothing Newer in
|i'|m..tie..sin"whale' ;you attend, church- :! Don't paint' the town -paint- your tlllllll -7'
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||.ud it awy be peMeeoan.: house. ,
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t t"4"r Imported Silks
ft f 'The,St Augafltine chamber of com- Only ,a:blind man 'needs to buy Licensed can

|;,ieree<.: .has .jen S. T. Kidder for sight. unseen. .* '* '*,- .' ... .
f.a etaq,.bet he will ceafee himself !Estimates : be shown
' would faster
Tbietown move
:toacts, ur boosting tlie'Ancient 'City. : ) maybe Promptly
: \ ;: '''-' 0' . , if yon did.
rr '
{y tThe
Victor,SUrbeck'a latest poem, "The
f MI--iHibli bed :in the Septemberof smaller the town the bigger 106 ,
the DRESDEN '
t""'i': .'fife Smart Set,' ia...well possibilities.*. .. * 81L1NU, EFFECTS
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LL'i"). 'M .I-'. :It'cefitains much so-

i q., .... '. _'and, wisdom. .' slow Don't fuseooster.be hairtrigger knocker anda , \ MOIRE WEAVES ..

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', j i] Wayne, Thomas,':the bright ,young NEW GLISSADE SILKS

: ';:"edJtM. >.of, the Pknt CitY Courier,.wasmarried 11111" lllllllll illllllllllllll : 'JK.
:|; shoat'a year ago and now.he
f 118;writing:.editoriak,on saleruafdingtth Does your Kodak take a good picture? } STRIPES J. >

..Ki' --' health ot";childri ine;it and tell. you why, All films GRENADINES "
; :
: li Had been '( ',, 10 CENTS ROLL..McELROY'S .
| Aere no apple tree in the .j?
J
: i t;Garden,.. . .of- 'Eden.. :the newspapers; . .
," ;woeld be < i
'. up agamst it1ot sensation- c
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i Jlat"new.. __ _; There:would'' be. no:war_ in
'; l\\lEurope and"Theodore Roosevelt" would Ike -8. trIlL WckfcMvery taints mm IAN CORDS ;1

t "' -_ .love been:born., H-

: '- i,0 . STRIPES
'-. >'| ,The.Kau'Gallie,Record has discov- .
,:.- t.'..,"..J'J";:tkat'tbe' ague en. :for,'eastern. SILKS
:: ;iia-norWaJ8: :atischeme to make

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., \ 7 lfc"railroad,'with '_'i 111, <.I.'IIIII Illllimx Sunday school at 9:30: a. m; Mr.
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., comedy featuring,Ethel.Grandon. Y. P. U.meeting at 6:30'p..m.; t It t Allen's"Give'us
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.' .ifc,, 'jK-'it... Jfefl&a&' ; G......,.,, tj' = :' ABBEKGER. WILL LEAVE ON ,A all services. .
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;: f' ; :- ', :nF.. f _fu! .1ti ui1& 1ioniT railways, will. ave tonight,for O'Neal, superintendent ent watch allowing
or movement
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; : the.longest trips ever
;j ?1 : : Prayer meeting Wednesday at 7:30 you a liberal amount. .
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'4' : : sents. Spending Monday in.Jacksonville Bi'bleclass. meets in the -
; ::' j fcj r : )!:}.tH! Y"W he will leave Monday night for manse. All services held in the Sun- getting a watch we would appreciate .

." ,- '!f 'A '.tllG trerof Dillsboro, N. (X, where he will be day school room while the church is the opportunity of -

'. __ vr t".f- ....... ";*.-k.JL v i, p ? 'f J! ; 'h.:' t'L' tf.. .3j.i't' yesu joined by Mrs. Abberger who will accompany :- undergoing A cordial invitation improvements.to all services. showing you. .

,$_ *_ S'iE a # y.mpfM. i ip : r t'-'Fii.: tra they him through Canada and Our wilL
prices
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: : -/Y iwwUrX* 7, -. will spend. a':month., '" the. ; Northwest., METHODIST CHURCH

, i --. , '-, From Dillsboro hey will go directto

Mr.T.C.E4wardsofTerwHaate' Whitney Wright, of ,the Good and Winnipeg, Manitoba, and from Sunday school (Orphanage Day.),

.md., :-...j.".. g.to yOrlando. .'' Bed .:cigar store, was the first thereto' Calgary and Medicine Hat, 9:45 Morning a. m. service, 11 a. m. you.AllenftCo

a. 'goest at'.U*. 'San: Jww.' ,. ness ;man .to .comply: 'with the bust-I I British Columbia,. thence to Vancouver Epworth League.6:45 p. m. .
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'1' .> .. "'. sign ordinance which'goes' into stopping at many points en Evening service, 7 p. m.

Mr. W.Mre.''R..: K. 'Gofdon ,re- Tuesday. He took down his 'eft'ect'j route. From Vancouver they go o

.__l MDieM':freffl 'a:',d ghtfulMr md.cigars sign'and now has nothing Seattle, :Takoma, Portland and Spokane CHRISTIAN SCIENCE Jewelers

ong.t ai4Cor iiidO- butj good cigars. 'in -his store. ,. from the latter place turning Sunday school, 10 a. m.

.t: :'":._ !i y -. toward Chicago, where the trip ends, Service" at 11 a. m.; subject, "Christ o Reliable Repairing fia

{J&BeggB" t ... ,'.arrived--. in-Orlandojtrtffday Messrs. Frank and Kendrick Guernsey so far as the business part of 'it is Jesus.

;,JNIlD J fcwrifle' ,N..'.O, and I '.left last night on the midnight concerned.. Third Wednesday floor,evening corner meeting South Orange, 7:45. :

,fc on the wg' "ter' .:at the''.Son"""Joan.Ij Atlantic Coast Line 'train for Amity- Thereis, a possibility" that the tripmay avenue and Church street. Entranceon 'H .U

"* -;, :-,> ville,,Long.Island, where on September be delayed and even canceled on Church street

'. MX. :fia Waken' ;left yesterday 3rd 'Mr. Frank Guernsey will bem8rri account of'the war and the mobilization a

.'ease*eoofer. :Lexington,,:Ky.,=where d/to Miss Anita' ,McChesney. of troops in Canada, but this is ST. LUKE'S CATHEDRALVery -
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1* pe i'to-look after,busses' jairs. Mr. 'Kendricic ',Guernsey will be best remote, and Mr. Abberger has his Rev. Henry R. Remsen, dean. D

: man and following the wedding will transportation already engaged. The Twelfth Sunday after Trinity.

Bat all you want spendseveral days inN; ew York and trip,will require more than a month. Holy Communion at 7:30 a. m.

Eat What you wan t . Philadelphia before returning, .home. Morning prayer and sermon at 16 cIt.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'111 !
. Tike i pwtaeript and forget it 10:30.
.:' Per. sale byMates. ,.,all. Mr, ..':Frank' Guernsey and his bride I DEATH 'OF MRS. CARY-ELWES Evening; : prayer., 7:45. OCi.

. :l 1-7-dh' "1)1'. will:be at)home to. their friends.here ;H
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; .' :: '. . after.September 7th. CATHOLIC'CHURCH
.-'? D.:and lee.,.'H. 'Burden I A blessed'release, ,after long and
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'went ':+; Dayteaa. Beet, trying illness, was' granted for :Mrs. Thirteenth Sunday after Pentecost. &
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: ; yesterky When, '.the Orlando: school term Mass and sermon, 9 a. m.
< U:sp od:Seaday.with.their.f am-] opens on September 28 the handsome Cary-Elwes yesterday afternoon in Benediction of the Blessed Sacra

:m.., : and modern new grammar school herr entrance upon the higher life for ment after Mass.
it which earth's pilgrimage'had been a Enquiry class, 7:30 p. m.
buit&g' Magnolia .
will
,$ avenue faithful .preparation.On Subject of enquiry, "Why There Is DEATH TO ROACHESMcCormick's
Btr. ..:R.emeenand"wife. : will have. been completed and ready forth a Pope."
.have % ;' .: ifcyteaa,' \the same, day two weeks agoherhusaridhad
eiday for Beach :children. All of the pupils living All welcome.R. .

Iwe UWY will',flpead,fee neat three inthe: north and east sections of, the } preceded her,,theirs Bee Brand Roach Killer will rid your

: -Y" cl y"wi1tatteDd'the; new school, whiles now: the joy of reunion after but .D. WARING WILL MOVE TO place of roaches,
brief parting.: Both Cot. and Mrs.
," , living in. ,the. south. and ,west ORLANDO

',' Mr."ck, .,Te'I ins- .. "and- ,grandson" .,. sections 'will 'attend the old school Cary-Elwes. have been earnest and Yesterday Mr.\Carl Dann completedthe INSECT POWDER g
devoted members of the Cathedral
Ouuu T..f kiB.,;wer 'up from Taft Now, according'_to wireless ,reports, sale of the Grove place on North
' parish 'from the-time of ,moving to
:.)8hr4 Ir'; -gg- many,of the.children in the latter section )rlando-even as through the many: Orange avenue to Mr. R. D. Waring, McCormick's Bee Brand will kill flies, mosquitoes,
0.
frieML (" ....:.. are pulling: at, their mother'sapron years they lived at Conway, they gave of Kissimmee, who will.build a handsome bed bugs, ants flees, moths, lice and other insects.
her to
strings,/begging ..movento.theewjschool
Q t : : home there,and become a resi-
of their own labor and interest
MIN- ItatB Barney,'=atter-.r, l district-Times-. untiringly dent' of Orlando. Mr. Waring will Potted Plants Cut Flowers Funeral
mb 'rwrt::with, .her ;sister, Mrs. Union. and means for the building and of the Colonial ,

;,JVyd Py>l*, returned'to'her borne in support of the Episcopal church there. mansion construct style a dwelling and will make it one of Designs, Wedding Decorations.
Together they have held the love and
;IMnLee':"""'y- BLOWING U THE LARGEST OAK
Jf -- --.?: . the prettiest places in the city.
""t'"! A high esteem of their: many friends in
; IN'ORANGE COUNTY
iYrF for both places, and, will be deeply
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AUTO RACES ON
t: PRIZES FOR
......)' ,h wiltspeed Though it'happened some time ago, missed-their family having the close DISPLAYThe THE SANITARY GROCERY !

,$....ay: M: hk.'fa iy; ',They. will Mr. L. N.; Lewis: has the distinction of sympathy of all in thiSdouble be-

.. rsar"u bore Meiaay., blowing up the:largest live oak tree reavementMrs. prizes for the Labor Day auto I -
Cary-Elwes was born in Sur- and motor boat races at Daytona CARUTHERS & GORE
: : _ that evergot in the progress
Mr. Hari :DieseanilL' leave Orange'coanty. way rey, 'England, in June of 1839, and :Beach are on display in this city at ,
i In The big tree grewon
was married in February, 1863. Of the T. D.. Evans jewelry store, and
*: well : Phone 200
a4 :we on a. : earned! the Robertson.property _about two ,
;::1tlt1j He vwffl; ;: W!fjkew;-:York, miles south of.town and was six feet their large family, two daughters and :yesterday a great''many people ad-
Filio aadMr :Mot+troiL seven sons survive. mired the beautiful pieces of silver, 6 & 8 E. Pine Street
i:in.diameter. To.uproot the big tree
Two of the absent the of the
i sons are expected which will become property
1i' <; eight charges were placed it and
.';';: *-" #ad' 'JfcKiaaey 'and.,:little'areekpected under it :and all were fired simultaneously today and the burial service will speediest racers on September 7th. I 11111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 ,..
: be held tomorrow at eleven
morning ,
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today-after" ..a_:,'sbc'_ weeks trip. teries. 'Twenty-four half pound sticks o'clock in the Conway churCh-the _
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AD poifits.yerterday. . o| 60 per cent 'dynamite were used
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H,:: . and the big charge lifted the monster
{: Mr. aad JIlL. Robert=tohooti.we- e oak .without. the, least trouble. Ten ago ,for her devoted husband, the
.. 'Orfa&deitea, tetarAtng'e burial being beside his 'grave in the :
$* dollars had been'offered,and refused '

:" .. dt l L,1:' af to 'anyone: who would dig up'the big cemetery adojoining.T. .

',' have.,spent. ,.the tree with: axe and shovel, but Mr '
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aad forget it. .
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-. i ,1.1"' dress maker/is in:Orlando and would Garden, peppers, okra, and tomatoes, .' 1
.. : like for the ladies to call on her when at the present; and will have radishes.
tie:ma ron :' :"ili1a.: Moaday'Room:8,-:Key- line.: For the present she. can be while. Prices reasonable. J. C. Dur- > >. .' ,

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4 x '. and the:beet:treat.:'a man can fake home; W Royal Cement, Agatite Plaster and Perfection Lime
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? ::tp='his:familyi(or;some other:family is a :

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J" .beat way to'get iris. ':to'always come to'this store where :I Statement, of the Condition of the
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/.n 4) : ; :candy.la.as.healthy'as"anything.you 'can, eat. Price Ib.ME At the Close of Business June 30th,1914.

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:" L .' ; CITY DRUG STORE Loans and Discounts .': $379,514 36

', .f' at Over-Drafts ? 622 34

: ClSti.i Agoeddngstere". Stocks and Bonds .,. ... .'. .. 26,01833
'1l;;L.. .. ," -Orlando Florida '
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.: ij1J ;; .... -*?- Real Estate, Furniture and Fixtures . 26,637 37
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."" ., ,' f. "" " Cash on Hand and Due from Banks . ; . 291,393 48

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oc: 1 r a single LIABILITIES.
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Capital Stock $100,000 00
main force., accordance with
| Surplus and Undivided Profits .'. 39,961 35ReDiscounts '
: f l r this policy half of .Poland was left '
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bare of Russian troops and all publicservants
Bills
Payable. None
l : of Russia's state were warnedto '
: Deposits ... ... . . . 582,669 47
mes'when.. the Germans .
GERMANS...... : DEMORALIZED quit : Due to Banks ... ; ?. . 1,55506
advanced. .
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,. l --R .AND. IN FLIGHT "Both 'the'Austrians and Germans .
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.. .. '.. accepted the invitation to this easy ., $724,18588
.11 1\ conquest. There were no soldiers Reserve Carried.by the Bank .'. $291,393 48
itt&Ni> :m Praia,Gives by.;aCiffMopbistoit anywhere to the German invaders I
> meet II I Reserve required by Law . . .i: 116,533 89
; ftj : Who'S ys Rei whose cavalry: raided as far as I I

i K.. s try German Threw I Lodz but-they. have since been swept I Reserve in Excess of Amt. Required by Law $174,859 59
." t, :Away:Arid asd Food out again."
;. : Deposits June 30!, 1913 $527,758 01
{ Deposits on June 30, 1914 582,669 49
Ii)l-ti ._ :Lessen, Aw.<; 28The: St,Petersburg'corresltont Who is your paiaier and decorator .
; ent.:of ,the, Post de- If you 'are satisfied keep the one you
<.;.. h scribw',the, :difficulties ''nature has t have; if not, phone- w T. Entrican. INCREASE $54,91148
Ne. 636. 1-20-tf( .
n. : .f. .&ee The management of the Orlando & Trust Co., endeavors
t
!}J ; : ; t"Rrassia: "and says,the PAPER HANGING to persue progressive but conservative policy, to be liberal in its
t.s :{ 'Gwmaaa:,halve' enormously' ,multiplied treatment and to adhere to the legitimate lines of banking.

fi >, these difkrcfttieB by a modern adaptation ., .For 30 days Iwill, furnish and Hang Accounts of all who desire the services of a well-equipped and
; .r of:'a$e=:>methods. Lakelets the paper for any ordinary room for conducted bank cordially invited.
safely are
0 ;sad marak were,,sown .with rifle $7.; Your choice of over 100 of the
& M1wberever':. .practicable.: latest style,papers. I do painting and
: ; ,?! ; : & paper, hanging at reduced prices.
'. J 'doabts:<>f felled;tmiber''were' placed'1 j Drop,me 'a postal and I will do the
t' .Everpk re these'are formidable wireentanglements. rest and.guarantee to please you. .
:;,..-. ? : t';. G.- C. SCHULTZ, To exchange Vose piano, I
t 8-23-lw Box 385, Orlando. WHERE SHALL I GO TO SCHOOL
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: 't "We 'have noexact, !Bf for Victrola and ,

., -,'i 7'a. '" ,' d.the'den. . ..,. ";'fof<'"imaiOn'j!r L,'First class Brazing a. specialty atWarman's' may be seen at,For- ',,FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
., ,- 1p8 Germany ..left to oppose Repair Stop .o Court Si P. 0. Box 2, Oakland! FOR WOMEN I

'. ..t.t., '',:,.<'!>.-1t, -iiw r>"":Raattaa., .'advance.. ...... !. ;:Perhaps-, re k'I GAINESVILLE
)F., ., 1JIN "leWD .and goes ibly:: only five. I TALLAHASSEE.College -
>. 5-: Wharthiw. number three 'are"re-: 125tf.For of Arts and Sciences;Normal School; ;I
School of Music; School of Expression;
'<';: iJ tiiigrwidet: cover' of. the. fortress Sale School of Art; Extension Division; Graduate 1 8 Colleges and Divisions; Liberal Arts
" " - "I| School: Modern Gymnasium with swimming i Law; Engineering; Agriculture; Teachers
\\s. jt ;Koeoig erg aid one\ls infull: '
< I[pool; basket ball and tennis courts new and College Experiment Station Extension Division
} f r -''11iglltr-0sterode.. ,' aeracoo s: modern buildings; beautiful campus; dormii j ; Graduats School Ten new brick build
$ .- R i tories have all modern conveniences; new ings, besides gymnasium swimming pool and
f ..4".. "All'.'four. tiimg"aWayw.lin'. retreat. dining room and kitchen most hygienic in 4 many subsidiary buildings. 61 officers instructors -
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)Nt;: .a y te3r:'arms and ammunition,and:even, r'Jive a'carload of Jersey Milk \DO. FLORIDA II I and Florida 12;states 418 young last session.ladies from 49 counties I if Florida and assistants.counties and 254 24 young States men and
:J ,tMr food,' known as PelLOirk School) TUITION FREE in College and Normal) foreign countries last session.
... .' s.for-'sale, and people,of the TUITION
.- 4- surrounding School. Board: and entrance fees for the FREE Board and Entrance Fees
"' .441\e lW ian' armies by forced S. OCTOBER year $124.00. For catalogue write f j 132.50 per year. Write today for catalogue
itr. country are invited to in- EDWARD CONRADL PresidentFOR A. A. MURPHREE. PresidentFOR '
have driven wedge ..Betweea
.. Il- a .
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pect,the'stock.Reasonable and Dir School for Girls-
'l German
;* tiw forces. So demor8 Special Conrsei-Primirr, I --

;, h.I .., 1i. j. .Ras*. ..,the...:Russian*.' commander's, ' prices. Call on .or address Clocntif-n and Academic-Phjrictl Grades Culture- : RENT Five room house with SALE
.> ;; .Mistigy. Q r..the .German' forces I A JAMES_ N. SEWELL, Science-Admirable Situation I i tI t
of truck land fifteen Nursery stock,
-Climate Healthful five acres good ; one, two, three and
r i th -ji.JJi ir. entrenched positionhe '
9' > -22-DW: Garden, Fla. Life-Capable Teachen- a i I 'four year old buds; Foster Early,
; 'wiiiout a 1fight.k'The .....;;. '-.>-' ... .... ...... 6 minutes walk from postoffice. Pineapple, Java, Homosassa, Wash-
.. J aut Cities, .of .east Prussia'f 9 .P. Cobb Bishop President Mann II'I Address Sumpter F. Davis, 209 Irvine I ington NaveL Address Mrs. M.Kah14
.: n '. Mve:wugfet the panicky feeling fromarmies. I street. 8-25-61 Apopka, Fla. Phone 2222. 3-lS-tf

c. t the; .al of is n:1iI :: j GkCO

: 'kw.ordered.the inhabitants..to 'evacu1 j 1 '\" \"\\\\\\\\'\\\\\\ \$'\\\\ \\" \' ""t"'il\\11'" \ '" t

,, .., ate tbe'country,,while. at'Elbmg': :the :used Miller Will
fi fI
iliice apened'with: the
;were_ ,object1;
V f "'tf =fte;cbimtry; to prevent the 1.I I' RN, &IWe-J71I.flftJ
'0 & > aoe.. Those are methodstf I I "

,. Ii t ;tf.(k..airand, .indicate pretty. certain Your house'of-all insects.tHrts..Se. I
,. ay, **f Germany.has not.more painedtooppoee'the -

., .n..'\ : ,Russians.. . I 'ciIie9 =t.w I Were to '..

;, f fish'the": true eyes for strategy For sale byCarrutkrs ..
"the" ;
e awrk: born;:commander 'of '

-, !j !., lalea,'Grand,Duke Nicholas. has aban- &
-.:: i It -i.j::y.- '.to;.i iterate' everything. every- Gore
it i )': 'n+liinre". "id not lead itself, to'the'.
,"., .Y: _"-'f1-.", - '" : :, be Married Soon

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'liii Came to us to see what it would cost them to furnish a modern home of

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

x the amounf of money. which they had available for the furnishing of their

t made'expensive peices prohibitive.

; a .s They spent considerable time with us looking through our large stock

: -, 'offered a Jew suggestions gave them some new. ideas. They were

_. pleased with' what they,had seen and took memorandums of what they

' ;' -.BUYERS.,TO SHARE_IN PROFITS t they should want. ., '
d > ''LOwlRPRICES': FORD.CARs- ,After looking around in other stores to make sure that they were doing

. <* ,,- best.pbssible with.their appropriation they came back and placed their or-
: 4?EffMOve"f row August.1,:.1914 to August with .
; us.This
) ", 1'15"g&aI'altttM:: against any redac- 11111
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J is- of hundreds of homemakers tvhcm
it. at.ti1H.:. If'. a typ example we are
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;. :.; i :>,$; Touring. Car .' 555.00 .' We' carry ',extensive stock ,of serviceable: attract \e homefurnishings

t ', ....Runabout-?, :. '505.00 11thwe iBg. from,theowesipriced) ;; which are.good, to the very best. Your appro-

off<- :, :t .:!;:' : i. ' ) ; idpi;for furnishing- our>r home,may be anything from.$i 75 tof ooor more)
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make the most Hf with us
can
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tiM.sue Moses No. arras isles.a '
w"'......... a I. w.' :.. epee. ...,.; u, : ;
share'train K/ ...$....,;cu..(.. n..tUttIft i caiE a 'Soowde'n
R J.,reWt leer who'psrchaw. a ae. 11111y
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LtD 14QK LAiN Da a /Y MODEL'37 TOURING CAR, 1285.00, DELIVERED

., Stylish; comfortable, pleasure car, seating five passen- ;
Aim* gers with room to spare. The graceful, low "NEW OAK-
}s C ti x r i LAND,"' tream line body, the German silver V shaped

.';! j x h S r"thcO.kaad'4he! '' NEW OAKLAND'Wabraocc ,a ., ,' radiator, the heavy crown fenders and the broad run
I ning boards, give it beauty and style unsurpased even in
of all others the highest priced cars. The NEW OAKLAND," Model

37, is a unity of beauty, power, economy and service ..
Greater;;Economy:|X:;- Comfort -- a ,t a car you will be proud to drive alongside of the best of
them and enjoy the comparison.

.. 4t'f; O O The four cylinder, silent Oakland-Northway motor
provides more power than you will ever need; marked
economy in fuel consumption has been' accomplished by
e. reducing_the weight of the car and,equipping it with the Oakland-Stewart vacuum gaso.
ti'X' r F lene feed, doing away with .the pressure system.

r 'r' The.loW construction of the car without decreasing the road clearance adds to the

safety, comfort and joy of riding. Fully equipped with Standard, Delco Starting

Lighting, and Ignition system, with automatic spark advance, Non-skid tires in rear,
Oakland One-man top, absolutely true to name, Heavy Crown Fenders, extra large
Valves, Tungsten steel,. divided Windshield Speedometer, Electric Horn, operated from

center of steering wheel, Headlights with dimmer, ShYoud light, Tail light, Tools, .:
cj License Tag Brackets, in fact, every modern improvement and convenience for the com-
lei eF; y a W'i fort and safety of the driver and passengers.

Watch for our light six adds., also roadsters and speedsters. Prices from $1150 to 'T
.HIt'tJlrLAMJ'lqrec1l $1775.
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J. B. MAGRUDER, Distributers, Oakland Garage



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i "'" ."": ', S:.j :1'; ROBIL' - THE SO.UTHERfGRASs OR FALL is the cheaper. This arsenate of lead 'illilillliltlMttlllllUMttlltllftMltHlitlHIBtllltlflfilll' 1111111111111.
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:k I REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD
: )', ;; Military July. 1912,is again present in Alachua Still another recommendation is 1 .
Z .
".. : : County and likely in other places. arsenate of zinc. This is especially :
.... t1._ ".. '." s."..f4 ) sing:.thin gs to Should it get a good start likely it recommended because it will not 1

,i J. "#( "1.:.,:;::., :.;t.-4. :t Europeann; the. war will prove quite destructive this burn the plants. It is very cheap, j COOK WITH GAS a ;
hi h na'y '
w -
m-! year in the shortage of rainfall pre- sticks well on the plants, and is not :
;:Ii : i1,v'.' weral' millions valent .'in.this,section. In press bulletin poisonous to man or animal. : ,
ii-L4 *JK
;. J.t,"t. :p'. i,; .f. ider arms, al- '193 .it is. described as' being Where the worm appears in small : '
.f' '
:t ; ". .:. 1T:; .." .t about one and a fourth inches long patches of corn they can be collectedby .
":.- ?\<.,'-- .,',5 < ny'.Was, an with brown or yellowish gray stripes hand- picking, or a spray of kerosene .j 1. Convenience 6. Speed
:
tt..tiJiii,>,,'ii''yS7' : Je",, '( ilJ&f:r'J . the. other down the backhand on the side of the in water will kill them. Where :
}i* ... .- ''*' -' &J'Germany has head is a conspicaous'V shaped'mark. it is if the
'\1'. ;' .f- "-- practical,. worms are on : 2. Comfort Efficiency
.karmy inthe
:!' .: Jit.'are'in'tim; The moths lay their eggs on_differentplants' grass, and hay crops, it would be best I
h t s and go into the ground so to mow the grass as the catterpillarswill I I 8. Safety
:tl 1! a war:foot; that the sections that were infected do no damage after the hay is I '3. Cleanliness .

i. .*.:, tt'.:.;-r'"- '. ' ,j9ther: nations two years ago will again.be infected.As dry. 9. Perfect <
; Regulation
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d K : a more. these insects go into' the..ground STEAMER FROM NAPLES WITH 4. Simplicity
''k.. tai ; Jm onately I ,
'' when full and'remain there
'.i. "'' ''1.F-: 9'TI7: grown 600 AMERICANS of Heat
.", it fu ;r.-.Wi..i.. '..., der: arms' and is I
'l for time it quite 'probablethat
; q "'''''' '' "' some Naples, Italy, Aug. 28.-The steamer : 5. Accessibility .
idi. .. .Jlt:" l) tfls:were. drawn. the and there I 10.
. '... ; worms may appear San Giorgio has sailed for New Economy -
"I !!,t". M. :; France had hA
; i\ -_-> ,.,: :: be no'signs of,the moth. York with about 600 Americans on :
in...-, _,.,:l mien under1at'a The Remedy, borad. .
abort time for .
The.remedy is to 'poison these "
't.att.'r y.; 7.,,,.,. ....>,t ,a.yery: --, -rigid I'worms which:can be done either with Kind words are more than coronets V 5
!fit j-1. ,!". . earvi system. .,.. : 2. COMFORT
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arsenical'mmpounds
..t f' . i' > >'_. 'j ''.. -' ... a spray or by dusting but sometimes a judicious kick is 9
i1 't. ,:;.=: ,1.1 l .on, the,plants. Prof Watson more beneficialHe A GAS RANGE is the greatest
of
producer REAL COMFORT
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... 'ev. 'country. I
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pound
.i,J i'i." ---J-1.. one, modern kitchen.
itf.; a : q 'a war; but If you cook with GAS all work is eliminated
!
.. @ ;:. 'I green be mixed with 150 gallons of thinks She will always look as unnecessary
.<&;:ji'"p+ .It '; i L;1. "' .biM''now''' 1'J .fight-. wateraddingt&thistwo pounds of well as when he meets her in the _. and cooking is made a pleasure. There is no wood to bring in,

,; 'if'of' '';II" i'&:;. .-. IrY'conditionseeuntries. ;quick lime henappUed.in: the ,liquid evening. And he may be fooled in no ashes to 'carry out, no dirt and soot to clean up-nothing to do but
; .ttl: i' .. :-,,. :.;i",.; ,'- -.tin arms. form. 'When. applied in the dry other, respects. "turn a valve and strike a match." ,
r, i ex-I form add one pound of :Paris
green
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1,''\;.., : ..,r'.L'..*.f' ,.:, 4',:....:-';,;;..", ':;-.. .... '.'>mice'defensef i 'obis "- to. fifty pounds, of flour .of lime. When a woman in.love: she is a Range warm weather especially, the comforts of cooking with a. Gas
'< ." !, ',, . '. are very apparent, because the kitchen is
'. -i : Prof. Watson prefers arsenate of lead self appointed detective. And at kept "clean, ,cool], and
: : J; .it: i i: 4"-' '.which' h e to Paris,green, altho the Paris green other 'times .as well.We. comfortable" without the slightest effort.

; ., ': : ,p. "The mea4eyeparedand No heat is wasted to make the
hot
' : .1 room as as the oven itself and
;. :. -x i .: hJ,. $!i f -.aII:. tip are so ..IIIII"IIII.IIII.llllllli.IIIIIIIIIIII'11111111111 the fire is turned out the instant the cooking is done. -

. i ,. ::c:,:i.1'?_.,' ; :'.the' non's : :' COOK WITH GAS AND BE COMFORTABLE.
h f des Will Put the Reins ..
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;' .'!.e' as'a matter. of Success Your

}l.J. <- .':''f!*<.f"r .:: .-_.' .".;-of- ; Germany' ., . of: in ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO.

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Jr a t ;>: !, ;Fcter in de- How?' By furnishing you with 1 lilMtlMMMIIIilllllMllillMH IMIIIIimilliililliH

\ \r ,1\t: t ._, :.'''mobilisation"a I' 'a perfect Fertilizer. Let our representative MtllllMIIMV- t.1I11I1I1I1I1I111I1I1I1I1I11I11I1- t

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i,, 'f.:i: l.-i-*?.? l:-. ." .. twowvtuptrt ,. call on, you. He will give you a ;WE FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES t

t' ffi 1t ' .:ofF, the:' :formula that, will make and mature AND DO ALL ',KINDS OF
t 't r j; P&J" k the last '
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1ft 4'y :' r : aa ..coa-peaBI ,yourfruit.; OPTICAL REPAIRINGDR. $8


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':;"'ii; .iI".: tie ; THE MARKET Ships scheduled to sail from Jacksonville every .i
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': 'ft \n us.d ten acre tracts on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 2 p. m. '1
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f f1i.fl.j FRM ,. AND'SALT MEATS from the post'office, Orlando. I IWiU

t\i Vi.t z y aid .. sell one or all. The H. G. WENZEL Fla. Pass. = '
". ,.r\{ M > FBI. AND.GAIII. . I Agent 1'
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:m. <; ,'. fg' Ii -i. Jl aid the 3:H it). ifar the Wet anttary ..-.... price will double when the 122 W. Bay St. JACKSONVILLE FLA. ;

,) .4 the :Ivseyt1ai, , r..u4'. 'away, :"free:the isM,.as. kept', 'fnrt bride road is_ laid. Other .l
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";,;:: ti 1''..,,,.. <-:,.,,.,.- ; 1 It.... -'N LiM;. ; groves ,.:and citypcopertysat The Sentinel is' the only progressive Sentinel subscribers who contemplate 3
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;::' y r.j-. .' a"have;. :; .:f;':. ..1 Y,9$4Koe- i'in from. ;the ranches, [money maker;, and'incidentally mentioned .. > ..
ti i-Wtera..P uI ia. for' Twelve hundred the fact thata wholesaler ,
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"'T:emu aiii iAN8'="!ur. FriL" furnish4-bycarsonCattle: company, : trade of' Tampa handled fully a MINES no German ships outside Kiau Chi*?

}." ; [t..:):& ; 1': :': : - C. Lesley" &' Bass' ;Ed.';Whaley, Ruff Bass million dollars' worth of hay annually, The squadron. drcw the fire of the

;. jf! :' ::''gyp--They- 'were"en and.Henry T.Bassv:, -Kissimmee -Val-r- all. :shipped! from other states. London, Aug. 29.-A Copenhagen London, Aug. 29.-The, official: bateau -. fort but was'&bt damaged.BIG .
',, )r '7 tpt.BkPelee,ea3gted'from.'a'-.kY ley Gazette. Florida could easily keep this million dispatch to the Exchange Telegraph of information has announcedthat
.'.;): r ',: '4ipiriueai: by.a Britishr '.dollars in:the state and raise hay ; two trawlers, sweeping:, for GERMAN FORCE CROSSED:
'j ;e i iJ -;8 rIIdl: nvfwed, ;aV FoWcet9e ?, tUN E.,RAISING. BIG ,NEW for'shipment to other states .by"'halfway company says the German steamer mines, have .been 'sunk. by mines. THE RHirJE
'.--t-v." the'frost;;.d.crib ng the over -' .nniy. " .. trymgvis: the contention of Mr. Derkid-on "arriving there from Danzig .Jive members, of the ,crews of the Rome, Italy, Aug..2?.-A dispatch
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%fcr-"' ."the,'r+ooent.. =fighting. :r -Fw erhe. : .London, g4cg to'reports -' Iand'himself"and: is making. : work. , terrible' panic in Danzig owing'to the received injuries. Switzerland, says that three German
?'" c }i.liiti...: ed- --todrecee- ; "f.tn.. -;hatiI"v. .. /, m London,'Francelias: : formed aneW for.him. fear. of the"'R Ssian invasion* The inhabitants army corps, two Austrian army torpsj
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'4 > have: .'pledged ; sa anny :'a quarter* ; it was said, were ida, desperate NO GERMAN SHIPS OUTSIDE OF
'J. t cti:3-recosDt yeveaoar. s'pieiisoiial.'experences- W \.men j i:take:the":offensive against" the' Try Sentinel classified aily rtise--,' condition, there had been fierce KIAUCHAU. . _/ have.' crossed.... the"" Rhine. -
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