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Title: The daily sentinel
Uniform Title: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
Physical Description: 1 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando Fla
Creation Date: September 4, 1913
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subjects / Keywords: 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 )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1913.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 1, no. 269 (Dec. 20, 1913).
General Note: J.F. Schumann, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 4 (Feb. 14, 1913).
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., THE DAILY SENTINEL







THE PEOPLE'S PAPER


Direct Service, Postal Telegraph until 2 a. m. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY
Orlando -Progressive Center of the State



VOLUME ONE ORLANDO, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1913. NUMBER 177.

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TO VERMONT[ AS ''UNDESIRABLf"NEW [ [ EXPERIMENT PlANT I I I! \\V ERE ENTERTAINED_ fOR PRIMARY CAMPAIGN fUND




_-_ -___ - - - I WORK OF STATION INVESTIGATING ORLANDO LODGE TOOK TilE EXALTED _
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TilE PRODUCTION OF DEGREE AND GAVE -

YORK LA'VYERSVIN P NSACOlA NAVY ESSENTIAL OILS TO BE VISITORS CHICKEN PILAU lITH BUYING IS '1 I NEW ALLEGATION AGAINST

WHEN JUDGE SUSTAINS EXTENDED AFTERWARDSThe

HABEAS CORPUS YARD IN FAVOR GOVERNOR WHO MUST

Orlando may secure the location of Orlando Woodmen were the TI LLMAN'SSUBJECT I FACE TRIAL

the government experiment station hosts last night to the Oveido Woodmen -

for the development of spice plants i the latter having come over toconfer I -

MUST J LEAVE[ JAil LOOKS AS IF YARD ABANDONED and those that produce essential oils the exalted degree upon the'members .
\GEI) SENATOR REVIVES HIS[
UNDER LAST ADMINISTRATION provided prompt action is taken by of the order in Orlando. I INOUIRY RESUMED
SPIRIT OF FORMER
DAYS TO
parties who become
interested in After the
WOULD BE REOPENED may ceremonies at the lodgeroom

the matter. th visitors were invited to DELIVER SCATHING

CANADIAN JAILS NOT PUBLIC UNDER THIS Dr. Samuel C. Hood assistant
under Dean's Model cafe, where a chickenpilau DENUNCIATIONashington

BOARDING HOUSES AND WILL the bureau of plant industry, who i iin is was served. ADDITIONAL FUNDS SAID TO

NOT FURNISH HAVEN FOR Washington, Sept. 3."Pensacolais charge of the experiment station The Orlando lodge, known to thefraternity W Sept. 3."PitchforkBen" HAVE DISAPPEARED) FROM

ESCAPED LUNATICS the best and only site on the gulf now located at Orange City, in Volu- as Magnolia Camp No. 4, Tillman has joined the "come ,I HANDS OF NEW YORK'S
of Mexico for
a yard of the first
navy sia county, is in Orlando for the purpose was presided over by Mr. D. L. Hawley backs." The aged South Carolina solon EXECUTIVE
class, according to I
a report to Secretary -
Special to The Sentinel of inspecting a desirable loco as council commander, who surrendered whose picturesque language and

Sherbrooke, Sept 3.-In spite of. Daniels today ,by the naval tion for the station if one can be the chair to Mr. L. T. Hunt, vitriolic power of invective earned I Special to The Sentinel
board of
the most sturdy opposition that the inspection for shore stations. 'ound. council commander of Oviedo CampNo. him his nickname, has been in poor New York, Sept. 3.-Besides the
The board
recommends the
immediate
lawyers for Harry K. Thaw could of The requirements for the stationare 218, who was assisted by ClerkT. health for four years. He hasn't I money which he is alleged not to have
opening the Pensacola
station
present to Judge Hutchinson that if the briefly, a tract of rough, or new C. Brannon in administering the once during that time shown flashes I accounted for as to his own campaignfor

jurist decided today that Thaw could navy department sees fit l and, which will be cleared without third degree of Woodcraft to the Or- of his old time vigor in debate. governor, it is alleged that Governor
to recommend the construction of
not remain in jail, and the writ of a expense to the owner, and building: lando lodge. But the other day, "Pitchfork Ben" Sulzer failed M account for
great dry dock there. Should the
habeas corpus was sustained.The department decide not for[ the laboratory large enough to I The ceremonies were impressive cut loose again. He equalled all past $39,000 which was contributed for the
navy to construct
remark of the Canadian lawyer give four thousand square feet o f throughout, and the visitors were delighted records for vivid language in speaking direct primary campaign for which
the
dry dock, the board favors
that Canada's jails were not public floor space. with the spirit and mannerof / his little say on woman's suffrageand he was the sponsor.
letting the yard remain dosed. It
boarding houses and could not bused e closed It is not necessary for the laboratory their reception. The pilau suppe comparing the present times to No accounting whatever has been
was by order of -
for the refuge of escaped lunatics Meyer in 1911. Secretary to.be located on the experimentalplot was concluded with good cigars and the days of decadent Rome. made for this fund, it is said, ..1-

from the States was also sustained Dr. Hood. In stories and the members lingered I "It appears to me," the senator remarked though the law provides that a sworn
says fact, it i is
"The board is of the opinion i'I
in the judge's decision. Thaw sayshe desirable for 'about' the tables until a late hour. "that the relation between statement shall be made for all such
report, "that a first class naval I very the laboratory to
must now be arraigned before the im station adequately protected with be located within the city so that the.1' The Oveido party left at midnigh t votes for women' and divorce, if not items and returned to the secretary

migration authorities at Coaticook, a conveniences of for the return trip. They made the one of cause and effect, is at least one i of state.
running water ele
modern graving dock and facilities c- II
and' it is believed that he will be deported repair trio lights and journey in motor cars. Those composing of mutual acceleration. I am no pe s.I The legislative committee whose
capable of effecting gas may be had. It i i
to Vermont as an "undesir expedi- not that al I the party were: Sam Woods simist, but I am enough of a scientist investigation of Sulzer's acts brought
tiously the most extensive repairs expected fifty acres of ]an !
able." on in the will be J. S. McKinzie, B. N. Hess, L. T to accept the truth whenever I find it,about| the adoption of the impeachment -
city offered for the
This is what the New York lawyer; ships, located in or as approximateas Hunt, _T. C. Brannon, D. D. Daniel, be it pleasant or unpleasant, and I | resolution against him, resumed
growing experiments it is
so hardly I
possible to the
area including the
have been contending for, and if it l likely that the laboratory and the A. J. McCulley, W. H. Gilliam, C. L. have read history to no purpose ifit its work today. The report was cur-
Caribbean
sea and Panama canal i is
'
comes about that he is taken to Vermont land will be i West, C. McCulley, Wm. Jacobs, has not taught me the purity and rent that considerable new evidence
to each other
most desirble jn times and absolutely very near ,I
it is believed that a way will peace though it is that G. Long, Samuel Long, M. H. MooreClifford stability of the family has in all ages was to be submitted, among it being
be i
necessary they
imperative to of the
be found to rush him from that stat success conveniently situated. I Smith, Max Leinhorth. S. been the surest bulwark of the state.It a number of checks contributed toSulzer's
fleet
in time of war.
to New York and back ''within the Borguard. has ever been that when the marriage campaign that had not heretofore -
The board also recommends, shoal d Dr. Hood spent the month of Jul.1 appeared of record.
walls of his seven-year prison, the relation became insecure and
the navy department approve the report in Washington going over the plans
asylum for the criminal insane at ROBT. A. MILLS WANTSEXPOSITION women quitted their own sphere to
that congress be asked to appropriate -,for .the work which it is intended to I
Matteawan. POSITION enter that of man, the decay and fall CITY EMPLOYES TO GET
a sum sufficient to take up in Florida. The fact that
Thus far Jerome's work has proved accommo-\\ of states followed."A THEIR MONEY ON TIME
date the largest battleship ; I most the entire supply of aI-I
effective. The county commissioners passed a most disgraceful and mortifyingfact -
be in the I oils is from
anticipated future. imported foreign con
resolution( at Tuesday's meeting, com which every American must It was announced at the city build-
tries where the methods
of culture]
ATTENDANTS WAIT AT I i I mending Robert A.1 ills, a former blush for is to see how the Americanmillionaires ing yesterday that Alderman Gwynne,
OUTBREAK OF MOORS and manufacture are extremely crude
LINE TO SEIZE THAW I I member of the board now living i in are buying their daughters who is chairman pro tem of the
IN TETUAN IS FEARED opens a vast opportunity for investigation
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I i I Texas, for a position in the publicity titled husbands. Some count, finance committee of council, had

Coaticook, Sept 3.-Thaw tonight I and development, and it was ,i department j of the PanamaPacifici baron or lord, no matter how much a made arrangements to have the cityemployees
Gibraltar, Sept 3.-A Spanish determined to broaden the scope of' :
i exposition to be held in San Fran debauche and scoundrel he be paid off time
faces may on even
deportation by the Canadian 'I
steamer arrived here this afternoon the work which has been conducted at :J
immigration authorities i cisco. Mr. Mills stated in a letter to is looked up by the rich father and though there is no quorum of councilto
tomorrow carrying a party of wealthy Hebrews J! Orange City in a very limited ,1!
way
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Mr. B. M.
| Robinson that he had made in the
and immediate purchased open market. pass on the bills. Being a mere
return to Matteawan
who, fearing an outbreak by Moors, !' establishing a central experiment'farm I
He the j application for th eposition over a "To me such people seem to be go formality, Alderman Gwynne feels
asylum. spent night here in hastily fled from Tetuan. Members ]' and laboratory and later, if the
the detention year ago. The resolutions passed by ing straight to hell, and I amy no safe in taking the responsibility and
.. immigration room into of the party said that an attack ni i i i conditions warranted to establish
I the board were highly commendator stickler for religion." Some speech. getting the approval of council later
which he rushed ,
was after the automobile
the
Spanish persons in Tetuan ybranch| stations to be directed from
II II and :\Ir.lills' friends in Orlando when the absent members shall have
ride from Sherbrooke folioing '
w Moorish 'tribesmen was imminent. the central station. Dr. Hood is in
hope that he will
land
the job. INVESTIGATING CAUSE returned.
his release from Sherbrooke I
jail. Orlando to see if it will be possible

The-- immigration- - authorities plan |I to locate the central station at this OF WRECK AT NEW HAVEN

to deport Thaw tomorrow, taking COUNTY APPLIES FOR I j point. "I have known and liked 'i UNDERWOOD

him as far as Norton's Mills, Ver 'lando' for a number of years," s IdTORONTOWOMANSELECTS I New Haven, Sept. 3.-The numberof FEARS

mont, the point where he entered the TEN STATE !!| Hood last night "and it dead in the wreck yesterday at
wo ;I
Dominion. There the New York authorities CONVICTS,1i' ease me very much to have the cent -1 ORLANDO FOR HOME Wallingford is twenty-one and the TARIFF CUT GOES TOO FAR

to seize him I number of wounded seventeen. Theere
plan bundle station located at this I
place.
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him into an auto and rush him across I I' in Ii i greater number of those killed w
AKES ADVANTAGE OF RECENT I am not position, however, to pass '
the New York line and have him in : MADAME JEANNE VOLLE EX- New York ard Pennsylvania people
1 I upon the matter finally, but I can inspect BELIEVES SENATE HAS CUT TOODEEP
Matteawan in LAW TO SECURE SERVICES Ii' Coroner Mix and Chief Engineer!!
hours.
forty-eight PECTS TO
SPEND
I I and recommend." Dr. Hood MOST OFto INTO REVENUES OF
Capt John Lanyon, special attend- AT SMALL COST then Elwell of the state public utilities
I explained that it was hoped THE TIME HERE HOUSE BILL
ant of Matteawan, has half a dozen jbe commission, resumed today the secret
I I able to secure the necessary 1 land I
men waiting at Norton's Mills to The county commissioners took investigation which they began yesterday : -
and the buildings without cost to the Madame Jeanne Voile, of Toronto, Washington, Sept. 3.Representa
seize Thaw the minute he crosses the ction at Tuesday's meeting to apply I jointly with the railroad c n- -
j i government, though the government spent yesterday in Orlando, and was tine Underwood
,
leader
majority ofwas
border. Lanyon carries a warrant to the Board of State Institutions for pany. August B. Miller, engineer of
: did not and would not accept any 1 landI shown over the place by Mr. S. J. the house, was at the White House
for Thaw the the lease of ten state convicts. the White Mountain ,
of
on charge ; express
conspiracy. '
I j in fee simple. The usual plan followed Sligh and Mr. G. Huppel. Madame today to discuss tariff
Thaw exclaimed Under the recently enacted 1 law called to tell more of the circumstances questions with
hysterically to- :|. :
l in such matters was to have Voile has been living in Kissimmee President Wilson.
night: "The New York authorities ounties may apply for convicts to under which his train crashed]
I I' f the land leased to the state experiment for the past year and was accompanied i "We hope to dispose of the differences
into the
are railroading me back to Mattea- work the roads and be granted the ; standing Bar Harbor flyer. -
:: station and the from that her
government place on visit to between house
wan." Thaw's lawyers will try to use of them at the discretion of the'' Elbert A. Robertson, his fireman; and senate, in
then made a co-operative agreement Orlando by Mrs. R. B. Savagend. and conference in less than two "
weeks
get an injunction the Board of State Institutions Bruce Adams, the conductor of the ,
against immi- provided
!
:': with the state for the use of the Is her daughter, Miss Leona Savage. said Mr. Underwood. "I
gration authorities restraining the i pplication is made by September 22. Bar Harbor train, and Charles Henry am not disposed -
The government has all of the laboratory -{ Since coming to Flordia Madame to fight the senate for the
deportation ,of Thaw until the immi- The price of the convicts' hire is Murray, the flagman, sent back to purpose -
1 equipment that is needed, and it Voile has been prospecting in a n u m- of maintaining all the house
gration laws are tested. Jerome said ten dollars a month each. Since the prevent a rear-end collision, all were pro-
would be necessary to provide the ber of places for a place to locate, visions. There differences
are no of
tonight that he had the assurance of d{vision of the county thy number of ordered to submit to long cross- :x-
|buildings Dr. ; and that she has
only. Hood yesterday ;( finally decided on principle involved."I .
amination.
the immigration authorities onvicts for Orange will be
that county
they ;
inspected i one or two buildings that|Orlando is a distinct testimonial to believe the senate has
would not less than it was, and the state i cut too
respect any injunction that convicts -
had been suggested to him, but he I the superior advantages offered here. SWEET SERVED FIRSTa much revenue from the bill, and if I
might be issued in the case, and thatThaw will be worked on the public'
roads. had not been directed to. any tract of Madame Voile's husband is DAY AS COMMISSIONERIfi can convince the confreres that ,
would be back my
Matteawan
l land that would I manufacturer of """ r"""
likely be offered. wealthy fashion ) estimates are correct, I think the sen
shortly. i Hon. Charles J. Sweet served his
I Dr. Hood stated that the work of j tailored goods for women. They h: vefirst, ate will be willing to put some of the
WILL> MAINTAIN QUARANTINE I I ti'had'' their j day as county commissioner
turned toward Florida "
the station and the laboratory would eyes j revenue back. '

SENATE COMPLIMENTS ON IMPORTED FRUITS I iVe devoted largely to the growth of 1!i for quite a while, and expect to spend ; Tuesday.the He was recently held nominated Senator Simmons, chairman of the f
picnic primary at Pine
SENATOR D. U. FLETCHER i plants producing volatile oils and the the greater part of their time here. I"t for the finance committee, also called' to talk
commissioner for
Special to The SentineLWashingion i that
I reduction of the oils for what benefit to the president about the tariff.DEPUTr .
Sept. 3.-The department i district, and Governor Park Trammel!
this work would be for ANOTHER WHITE HOPE . .
practical utilization
Washington, Sept. 3.-The United of agriculture has no intentionof !issued his commission in accordance

States senate paid a compliment lo by farmers in Florida. The LOSES HIS ID] f'E'with the
lifting the fruit quarantine so long 'I results of the primary. He SHERIFFS GIVE

day to Senator Fletcher by unanimously i-: maintained against the products of growth of the camphor, mentha citra-i presented his commission at the meeting THE REQUIRED BOND ,

ordering his recent Colored Europe. The department holds that;j; ta, horse mint, cinnamon, allspice, Special to The Sentinel of the board Tuesday, which was

Springs address printed as a public until the shippers have discovered a';nutmeg and other plants of the kind New York, Sept. 3.-Frank Moran,I the first to be _held since the primary. Under the law
of Pittsburg, tonight knocked out Al recently enacted by
to be
were supposed
subject to
document circulatio profitable
for general satisfactory of killing the There was no formality the the .
way fruit attending legislature
culture in Florida and Palzer, the white hope, in the seventh deputy sheriffs are

throughout the country. fly of the Mediterranean and the po-l I, the development of this to encourage round. They were scheduled for a reception_of the new member required to give a bond of a thousand

tato wart of Europe and the Mexican >: industry was the controlling object new ten round bout at the St Nicholas CITY CLERK BOONE dollars each. At Tuesday's meetingof

COUNTY TEACHERS ARE fruit fly and half a hundred other of the work. athletic club. FINISHES TAX BOOK the county commissioners the following -

MAILED THEIR W ARRAXTSSchool plant pests and diseases that it would ; deputies filed their bonds with

be unsafe to allow 'i It i is likely that the Board of Trade has of value
shipments of fruits suggestions to make. It City Clerk C. A. Boone has finished the commissioners: W. H. Douglas,

Superintendent and seeds into the United States. I i j will take the matter up at its next> would undoubtedly be of great advantage making the extensions on the city W. S. Bell, H. H. McClure, A. C. Elli
J. F. McKin
non marled _. meeting and lend what assistance it to this immediate section ifthe the I tax book and has turned the original son and J. W. Bass. Each bond contained -
warrants yesterday to the operation since the first of
Augustand in
can securing location
1 a for
few teachers station were located here, aleave nd a over to his assistant, Justin Van Bus- two sureties. The bonds were
who the teachers of the !
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k
are at schools
already wor have : station. Dr. Hood ,
The white schools morth's i expects to strong effort will be made to secure kirk, to make a copy of the book for: accepted by the commissioners. -
coming. The
at Conway and< a pay warrants Orlando tomorrow .
morning. He t is the land and the buildings which retention as a matter of record .
Cypress Creek and the left tie superintendent's while<
. negro schoolsat office. yes'I stopping at the San Juan and wouldbe would be required for the of the
; Ocoee and Oakland have 'been'p in terday. use the tax collector collects from the' Go to Curtis & O'Neal for all the
glad to confer with
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APOPKA ITEMS books have all been placed in Mr.']new teachers this year. Only one of r PIXE CASTLE NEWS I

Witherby's hands and he promises to !the teachers employed last year was I !

Miss Jewell Womble is visiting relatives see that a proper record of the busi- retained. I Pine Castle, Sept. 2.-Wednesday,
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and friends in Jacksonville this ness of the city is kept hereafter.Rev. The American Realty company is P. M. Shanibarger left on his annual ,

week. E. L Smith and wife have now planning to open up and placeon trip north. \

Mrs. T. J. Smith and little son, who returned from Fort Christmas, where the market a new subdivision con- Mrs. I. M. Aten accompanied her I

have been visiting in Alabama and they were engaged in a protracted taining 52 acres, which will be knownas sister, Mrs. L. J. Griffen, Thursday,

Georgia for the past two months series of meetings. Rev. Smith re- Live Oak Park subdivision. The to her home at New Smyrna, and will

have returned home. Mr. Smith ports twenty-nine conversions, twen- subdivision will contain 8 city blocks remain for a while on the East Coast GREAT

joined them at Rome, Georgia, and ty-five accessions to the church. Mr. with 24 lots to the block, and the lots among relatives.

accompanied them home. Smith is the pastor of the Baptist are 50 feet by 180 feet, and facing on Mrs. Janie Tyner and daughter, ,

Mrs. Burgess and little son have church of this city and is held in very streets 60 feet wide with alleys in I I Gladys, returned Monday from a visit !

returned to their home in Poland, high esteem by his people and also rear 15 feet wide. This property lies with relatives at Boggy Creek. I
the entire community.At within the corporate limits and is exceedingly SHIRT SALEAT
Georgia, after a two weeks very pleasant by Mrs. C. H. Hoffner and son, Teddy,
desirable
visit with relatives in this place.Dr. I the regular meeting of the Boardof for building pur- arrived Saturday from a stay of sev-
poses. The company is offering it I
J. W. Minkler made a business' Trade last week a committee con- : eral weeks at her old home in Litch-
either in blocks or single lots, to suit
trip to Orlando last Saturday. Since sisting of H. H. Witherington and J. field, Minn.
the purchaser. Every buyer will secure -
J. Anderson appointed to take
his from asthma the doctoris were
recovery bargain, this Andrew J. Kauffman, of U. S. S.
a rare as property
the matter of interesting and en-
a great booster for Apopka. up will double in value within the next Florida, reached home Saturday for a
of
couraging the planting a large
has about vacation.Mr. .
Thomas Deering completed few months.
of watermelons in this sec-
; a neat little frame cottage: on acreage Gerald Wilking will his ice I C. M. Hansel passed away
tion next spring. The Board will open up I =
Fifth street, where he will locate cream parlor in the store room just Thursday morning after a short ill-
lend assistance in its to
with his family at once. Mr. Deer- any power vacated B. F. Wilson it is ness. Funeral services were held at
by I
and
the movement, and if some 300 to 5GO '
ing is a new comer here but is loud I acres should be planted it would stated that a bakery will be run in I the Union chapel and burial at Oak Brown & Lartidue's

in his praises of Apopka and intendsto connection with the business in one Ridge.
deal to our town, as
make this his future home. mean a great of the This is another W. Wright Patrick continues in a
rear rooms.
the would be from one to two
Work will be begun this week on yield forward for very serious condition of health.
step Apopka.
at least to the and at from
the new.residence of Jesse S. Rack- cars acre There is splendid here Dwight, the young son of Mr. and
i a opening
ley near the Seaboard depot, and $150 to $200 per -ar this would put for to establish factor Mrs. Charlie Johns, had the misfor-
some one a cigar -
considerable money into circulationhere
pushed rapidly to completion.B. next )'. There are a large number of tune to fall and break his arm Mon I
F. Wilson has moved his stockof year.A day.
smoked town and
cigars daily in. a
groceries into the store room of proposition was submitted to the maker could be
good kept busy supplying

See They in WifldOwAE 4
city: council Monday night by D. W.
A. J. Lovell and will occupy that the home trade. Who will MOVING SEASONi ,
Clark, of the American I
general manager -
stand until he can erect a new store take hold of the industry I -
of his own. I Realty company, asking that a i Now is the time of the annual moving -
S.V.. Eldridge is having his resi-
Quite a number of citizens of this 1 day be set apart by the council to lp of the vast host of house and
dence on Highland avenue treated to
place are taking advantage of the;known as cleaning up day and request apartment renters. This is the sea-
I a new coat of paint, which is a great
cheap excursion to visit the ancient that the mayor issue a proclamation son for those who seek new homes

city of St: Augustine this week. I calling for every citizen to volunteerhis improvement.brush. Mr. Smith is wieldingthe and those who have houses and apart-

Mrs. W. G. Talton and two sons, services on that day and have a ments to let to get together.
general cleaning of all the streets Some of our farmers are trying to "'I
who have been visiting in Baltimoreand up i The Sentinel "want" columns are
other cities and the city park and all public make hay between showers, but with where both classes
eastern are expected the forum meet.
home this week. 1 I places. This will help the general ap- poor success, as the rainy season is I The man who has a house or apart- THE SENTINEL L f FOR THE NEWS
now on and scarcely ever fails to rain !
Harod's new lunch room seems to pearance of the town very much to : ment to rent and neglects to advertise -

be quite a popular resort, as many of have all these ugly places clea'nedand some time during the day. it in the "wants" which are being -

our townspeople have been taking put in good order. Mrs. J. J. Anderson is reported as read anxiously every day by those

meals there and compliment the service -I The last issue of the Apopka News being on the sick list since her return looking to improve their dwelling

very highly. This is quite a con- contained a general write-up of from a visit to Sanford a week ago. places, is missing an opportunity that I

venience to our town to have a place Apopka, setting forth some of the She is suffering from an attack of may result in his losing the income
See N WFell it r lt Ral t
where you can get a meal or a lunchat many advantages to be found in mak- dengue fever.W. : from a desirable tenant. I mlr w

any time. We wish abundant suc- ing a home here, which should be L. Parnell has ordered his carpenter -i It is invariably the fact that the f

cess to the new undertaking. 'read by every home seeker before locating -i tools shipped here from Bon-' owner that advertises earliest gets}

Ernest Liebing is contemplating permanently in this Southland. nell and he announces that he will II I the best class of tenants; for such j

erecting a two-story double business We do not claim that Apopka is the I I make his future home here. We are I: tenants plan well in advance when 1 Lace Banding

house on corner of Fourth street and only place to live, but we do believeit delighted at this as Mr. Parnell is a'they contemplate moving. Desirable
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Central avenue at an early .date. The to be one of the healthiest townsin splendid citizen and a first class car- tenants are very often busy people
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two rooms down stairs will be occupied the great state of Florida, in whichto penter, and just the kind of a man I who haven't the time to tramp from

r- for business purposes while the live, and now while prices on prop- to help build up our town. We have!I street to street looking up "For Rent" AT REDUCED PRICES

entire upstairs will be used either for erty are so cheap, it is to the interest plenty of room for others of the same, signs '"hey consult the index of

offices er as a flat for boarding and I of every home seeker to secure a kind. "For Rent" property in the Sentinel .

rooming purposes.At location before the advance in price. "want" columns and make their selections -

a recent session of the city t I Only a few more days until our I I The foundation has been laid for in that way. MISSES HAMILTON & DUNN

council the resignation of Mr. Alfred I public school will again open and the the new school building to be erectedin ;I Have your property listed in the

Eldridge as city clerk was acceptedand I children will again take .up their task I! East Tampa and the carpenters;! "want" pages of the Sentinel if you

Mr. Frank S. Witherby was elect- of gaining an education. The faculty I are now working on the first story seek desirable tenants. Agents for Barclay Corsets

ed to fill out the unexpired term. The: will be made up almost entirely I of walls. I Read by nearly 5,000 people daily.



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Nasturtium seed at McElroy's. Bilk'S Kandy Kitchen J8-20 PINE STREET

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A fine Jersey milk cow; second calf, ii A _ _

fresh in. Apply Box 705, Orlando. __
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FOR SALE-New modem five-room Car Load of Scenery, Costumes and Effects rS

house, centrally located. Apply this .,
office 7.1 d & w tf .e as S an e

BUY a let in Thornton Park, a nice
suburb in east part of the city. Car ( ; PRICES: Night..25c, 50c, 75c, $1.00 and $1.50
Jensen. -- -

FOR SALE-Five room cottage,go
location, two blocks from business Seats on Sale Friday, September 5th,at Butt's
$$14OO 4
section; a bargain if taken soon. Address t
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FOR SALE-Two good sound and $14.00 Number
gentle mules. Fine workers ud ) OF THE more pleasure out of life if they were I 52$20.00What

a bargain, if taken at.onee. Call on VILLAGE DEACON not so all fired sensitive.Don't kind of a coal or wood range could you get for $14.00 or $20.00? But then, you can't
or address C. Whitney Wright, Or- compare these neat and handy ranges to coal or wood stoves, because a Gas Range is a coal
lando, Fla. 7.10 d & w Don't abuse hot weather. It makes stove with a college education." A Gas Range doesn't radiate heat through all four sides to heat
become discouraged, fair one. up the kitchen and waste fuel, all the heat is used where it is needed and there is always just
FOR SALE-Player piano, 88-note, the finest excuse on earth and sometimes the
The world is full amount you want. Neither do have to "lug" coal wood for
of broken hearts you or a Gas Range-just twist
Remington, made by Starr Piano
comes as a blessing.If the wrist and strike a match. ORLANDO WATER AND LIGHT
that have been CO., Gas Department.
Co., Richmond, Ind. Cost $700 new, mended completely bother Y
slightly used, good shape in every respect love, affairs.
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Winter Garden, Fla. 7-10-dwtf
of the bachelors.

THE BEST BARGAIN IN ORLANDO "Brother Philander," said I to our God is made an axiom man a of free the agent church, gave:that MMMMMMMMMM MMMMMHIHtlttH " " " " ItHMMMMMttlMttltnttMtttttttttltfSPECIAL '; ; ; MMMMMIMHMM*

10 room house, can be used for 2 him a will and does not Himself con
head deacon the other day "did
families in you
modern good condition
; trol that will that
lot 70x230, fronting on one of the go to the meeting last night gotten ; man's free agency PRICES
prettiest lakes in town, and on two up by Brother Jason The objectwas I is perfect-he chooses for himself
streets. Fasy; terms. If what he shall do and
you want to pray for rain?" "No," replied be. It matters
something good and cheap see us. not if he be
puffed in foolish
8-295t-eod LORD & BRADSHAW. the old fellow, "I did not go. I I I up pride
the divine will does
not override his
was so busy watering my trees and
SEED POTATOESRed lawn dogged determination. He makes his
to keep them alive that I
Bliss Triumph. Now ready for couldn't spare the time." choice and must abide its conse \ We always have special prices, but we
I quences. Huerta has
declared
repeatedly

fall planting. his determination do net have any sales.
not to allow
W. E. HUDSON, I laid my trusty old harpoon on the
shelf months but never j' the United States to interfere i in Our plan is to take the
8-261w. P. 0. Box 58, Orlando ago a day Mexican money it would
; has passed since then that I have not I affairs; he has doggedly persisted
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FOR RENT looked to see if it was there. in not understanding the atti. cost to make a sale, and put it into Real
I tude of this government. In the vernacular .

FOR RENT-Cottage and fiat, furnished of the Afro-American, he i is Bargains, such as will be to our custom- 0
and unfurnished. Old Philander is a prety good sor V'sot."
6-26 tf. JAMES A. KNOX. of a fellow and I like him in man I I What is there to do with such ers' advantage.
yan I
I,i animal except to make him know
ways. Mrs. Philander is n fine cook
WANTED and feel the consequences of his foolish We mention few
: articles
a that will
and gets up swell meals, but I shall go
act? He
has outraged de.I I
WANTED-Plain not go there again if I have the' every
sewing of all I at reduced
(cent tenet and principle of govern : prices :
kinds. 13 Church street, over Favorite slightest hint that there is going to
ment. What right has he to maintain :
theater. 9-3-lmo be anything to eat on the program.'his position which he gained through : Regular $2.50 and $3.00 White Pique
At every meal Philander will say,I I I .
LOST AND FOUND "Deacon, let me give you a little i I treachery and assassination? Is it : Skirts at $1.74.
ethe|. duty of a civilized and Christian I II
LOST-On west Church street, bunchof of this meat." "Thank you," I will'reply !i I
government to stand by and let the : Regular $1.50 and $ 2.00 White Skirts
"I don't
for
keys. Finder please returnG. to care any
conflict continue
without
L. Gaston, Orlando Business Col "0 yes you do," he will say, more'1' raising hand : at 96 Cents.
to stop it? If it is the policy of this :
lege. 9-3-3 proceeds to dump another
my plate. Mrs. Philander i is jest 131!government to let them fight it out, t A new line of Shirt Waists and Balkan
why should we interfere at all? :
FOUND-A riding skirt. Owner caget Why
n bad and
keps on insisting and insist.: )
not let the Americans who were fool : Blouses from 46 Cents
same by calling at the Sentin l ing until I am forced to giv! i in and up.
office and ish enough to go there look out for
for
paying this ad. ; :
pass over my plate. I know when F
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have (themselves? This would be the coerRSistent n- on .
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cooking and I like everything on the I j
than say that we don't care what :
received new lot factory sec table, but enough is enough. But Old 1 '
happens so long as American life and
onds. They look good to us. I Philander and his wife won't see it :
I. W. PHILLIPS & SONS. that way. So my meal is ruined. 1know 1 property are protected. '

if I go there again and Philan I ,-- HI K r' N Y rK i
Store
Lest you forget, we beg to remind der insists on "helping me to a littlemore" The melancholy days have come, w r rIIIO"'L

you that we will be pleased to receivea that I will lose my temper and I the summer' on the wane, no longer I

portion of your job printing. Phone knock his block off with a teacup. the cucumber green gives little boysa J

24. getting Philander's so practice annoying at that the congress table is I: pain brim; the will straw soon hat's be on sere the and hooks yellow 1, .. " " " " " " " 1"11"1" " "

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Ue Boys'o Clothier worst Old deadbeats Bill Shiftless and sneaks is one in of town the,I I long seemore has lain socks secure, the overcoat in "uncle's"that t lisn an erviceaMe arel an ccessories at fconornical rrices

45 W. Church StreetfttlMIMMIIMflMMIH but it always makes him hot when a hocks will be redeemed and burnishedup
man looks at the bottom of the deck a button here and there, for poor
in a game of high five. old dad a vision sees that he must Suits for men, women or boys. If you intend to spend the holiday out of
make it wear another year in order Dresses for women and girls. town do not forget these:

YOU WILL SAVE MONEYBy Jf I happen to say the same thing that he may secure a sealskin coat: New Straw or felt hats or caps for man or boy. UMBRELLAS

i twice, twenty neighbors will jump and skates for Mamie dear and HaYes ). Neckwear. PARASOLS

Getting Prices on your ; onto me and tell me about it, but Old the melanchcly days have come, Crepe and muslin waists. RAINCOATS
Brick and Stone Work the saddest of the when Wool and cotton dress skirts.
Jason has told the same old chestnutof year every Suit Cases, Grips or Trunk* a Complete
Before Building. a story a thousand times and people where these lines we meet that causes Balkan blouses. Line.

Phone or Write not only laugh but they lie about fear-do your Christmas shopping .

Acme Brick and it. They tell Jason they never heal .Morning Examiner. : Come in and pay us a visit anytime justto look around.. We feel sure ytc will see
it before. I should be entitled to as
: something to Interest
JWL
Stone Works much consideration as Jason and his Why do people au-ays resent it and

MAITLAND, FLORIDA ; wormy chestnuts. get sore when you try to give them B. SALOMON ORLANDO
CHAS. A. DALlAS, Prop.MttllMMIttmiHIHMI. advice that really amounts to anything
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THE DAILY BUSINESS MEN BEWARE l I II will be visited by this gentry for sev.I who hoards it, that keeps the pot boil- 'IIIIIIIIII"'II'II'I"I"'I'IIIII'IIIII'II'I' .

eral months to come, and we take in the I \
ing home of the rich and the
South Florida SentinelMORNING He comes every fall, and the ad-I I this method of warning our friends, I

AND WEEKLY vance guard has already arrived. The,I the business men, against them, and humble cottage of the poor. When the | FACTORY SECONDSNEW

Sentinel has sighted and sensed him this is about all that we can do, for I money is spent it is not lost, nor bur- !
Owner
JOSIAH FERRIS, Editor and
,
-- -- - --- already. He is with us, and from we must admit that this is a free i ied, it is just put into the pocket of
I I
Entered at the postoffice at Orlando Florida until the close of the winter I II
aa Second Class Mail Matter. now season country, and if a man wants to throw some man who needs it and will use LOT JUST RECEIVED, AND

SUBSCRIPTION RATES he will be here. He is the fake I his money to the birds there is no one it again. There is truth in the nub
advertising man. The fellow who I who may say him nay. the THEY LOOK JUST AS GOOD AS
crux, as our magazine writers

THE DAILY SENTINELOne wants you to give him one dollar or I I 0 say, in the word "use." Money is THE GUARANTEED CASINGS

Year ................... .$5.00 two dollars or maybe five to fill a CHEER UP, HOLLY good to use, but no good to keep. As
on some kind of a folder that he AND WITH DUE WILL
Six Months .... .n........... 2.50 space I I long as you keep it neither you nor CARE
is getting out {or the good of the
Three Months ........ ........ 1.25 Bob Holly, the Billikin of the San- anyone else gets the benefit of it, but GIVE THE FULL GUARANTEED
town. The amount is not much, and I
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!fid Herald-for you can't look at as soon as you use it you get the goodof
By new carrier in Orlando 50 cents per the business man "falls" for it. By i I it and else the MILEAGE AND COST YOU
month. Daily and Sunday. I Holly without laujhing-grows sad some one gets! bene-
the end of the season he has paid out
The Orlando Morning Sentinel can be foundon I somber and pessimistic !in the last issue vt. Let go of your coin. Be a spender ABOUT ONE-THIRD LESS.
sale in Orlando at Curtis & O'Neal's BookStore a considerable sum, if he has patron of his interesting paper, and, as and not a miser. You will be far
and Wright Brothers. ized all of the solicitors that
:
come I Hashimura Togo would say: he cor- I happier and the world will be far bet-
We will appreciate prompt complaint if and
along, the town in the aggregates .
delivery is not promptly made by our carriers. rodes as follows: ter, and think better of you. ,
------ throwr : a large amount of
Advertising rates will be furnished on application. avay I.1! "It is human nature to cuss the ed- I -. -- I
good Such spent i --- -- I
money. so
money itor if he does and cuss him if hedon't : MMCIMMMIIIIHM8HM{ V
THE WEEKLY SENTINEL is worse than wasted, for it encour-
I and it is just as human for the i
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Per year by,mail. postage paid.......$1.00 ages a vagrant and undesirable lot of
Address THE SENTINEL, Orlando Florida. editor to climb on the men who are Gasoline. i i
Office 107 Court, Street, Arcade Building. transient persons whose most serious directing the wheels of government, . 20c SHOP SERVICETilE
Phone 24.
purpose is to see the country and
censuring them when wrong and com-
make expenses while they are at it, GULF GASOLINE 22cThat
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1913 mending them when right. The only
or perhaps their object is not nearlyso KIND THAT BRINGS A
difference between the attitude of the
worthy. !I
The easiest way to manage a busi- public and the editor is that the ed- is the way several of the CUSTOMER B.CITIlE NEXT

ness is to select one that doesn't need The Sentinel is moved by a purposenot itor is never praised and the mm in leading garages in a big Georgia

much managing.Alas altogether selfish in urging the public life sometimes receive bou- TIME, FOR IT INCLUDES PUMPING -
!! city had their signs read not &o
o merchants and other business men of quets. I hear from time to time what {I

that so few of us are satisfied Orlando to refuse to patronize such this individual or that one who holdsan ; long ago. TIRES, FILING OIL LAMPS .

with what other people seem to thinkis agents. It is passing strange that exalted position in. the city's affairs I I! H++++ AND KEEPING CAR NICELY POL

good for us! many shrewd business men do not i or the county's or the state's There must be a reason for it. :
ISHED. ALL THIS IS A PART OF
carefully consider the
and
o means said about me and how ne expected

Learn what's to be learned from methods of advertising. They seem I I j to fix me at some future time and the CULF GASOLINE OUR SHOP SER1CED IT IS

reading the want ads before you to think that their advertisement has !! chances are that the same individual IS BETTER

start out to look for work. performed its mission if it is printedso I who made the threat was one who at However it does not cost you FREE.
that they can see it, without giving
o election time had received my undi- { any more in Orlando than the
One of today's want ads will turn thought to the character of the vided support to the detriment of my i other kind.

an idle, unoccupied room into a per- medium through which it is circulatedor paper and the loss of friends. And L
the extent of the circulation. Ad- 1MI
manent incomehelper.Some of his dereliction
yet on account to

of the suffragettes o wear hob- diums vertising is beyond through question established the most me-I his this public paper duties one time he was where censured he was by I P. WALTON, Agent { 1. w.\ r PHiLLIPS & SONS o


for ble more skirts freedom.-Pensacola while they are hollering News. effective ple, and means that is of what reaching the advertiser the peo- never praised set one myself dozen up on times.a pedestal I have as PHONES j ij ijMIMMIMMIIMIIIMiMi

o wants to do. He should know that it a criterion for the public morals, pub-

That man who "would steal a rat's isn't worth two dollars or fifty centsor lic turpitude or public men and it ." . . ,1.1111..1111.,111111",11.111111,11..

tail from a blind kitten" has been suc- even.one. .cent. to_have. his A businesscard gives me greater -pleasure to -praise -- --

ceeded by the gent who would rob a printed in a folder that has no men than to censure them, but rest

poor helpless slot machine. circulation, or on a barber shop scrollor assured that I can do both and will

on a hotel register, or through the
do both as long as I am in the news

The New York and New Haven has various fly-up-the-creek and fly-by- paper game. Only I will not make a FOR SEPTEMBER

had another disastrous wreck. If night schemes that are offered by song about the shortcomings of any

that road paid for all the damages it the itinerant advertising solicitor. I section, any individual or any munici-

has done it would be bankrupt. All such methods are to be condemnedby pal government. It is tiresome to me

f o the business men who have moneyto and the readers. Birthday Gifts--The SapphireSEPTEMBER'S

It makes some people as hostile if spend for advertising. No matter "Let's go fishing!"

you do them a favor as others get if how big the business it never has

you give them a swift kick. That is money to waste. The same amount
I THIS DOES NOT MEAN YOUIt
another thing we do not understand.Poor of money would be better used by

o I taking additional space in the news-
is generally accepted as a fact
woman! First they accusedher papers, or by getting out a lot of per- STONE IS TilE SAPPHIRE IBLE I
that all the money that is spent is a
'of dressing too much, and now sonal letters to prospective customers
they say she doesn't dress enough.She .I calling their attention to some special gone proposition. We are told, with OF CONSTANCY, TRUTH, HAPPINESS AND SUCCESS.
sighs and tears, that millions of dol-
is wise however in attention sale or price reduction.
paying no lars were wasted on automobiles and LET US SHOW IT TO YOU MOUNTED IN A BRACELET ,

to anything we say. The itinerant advertising man that the country is likely to be im-

o should not be upheld, for he is in the poverished by it. The late lamentedJ. HANDY PIN, BAR PIN, LOCKET OR RING, ANYONE I

Lillian Russell says that she has last analysis a hold-up man of the J. Pierpont Morgan was harrassed by OF WHICH WILL MAKE HER EYES SPARKLE WITH
kept her beauty by not drinking. Her polite kind. He strikes a town frequently I'a delusion that the whole country
advice be good for the beautiful, without
may mo.111/ enough to get DELIGHT.
was going to blazes because so much .
but it will be discouraging to those out of it. He brings nothing: into the I
money was being wasted on automo- FOR MEN WE HAVE THIS BEAUTIFUL CLEAR-
who are not and would like to be. town and he depends upon his blan- ,
biles. Another cries with the painin
o dishments to secure money enough to ( his stomach caused by the awful BLUE GEM IN SCARF PINS, TIE CLASPS AND CUFF
Mulhall is becoming more nervous. get out of it. He has no value to givein
fact that people eat and drink too
He refused to testify the other day return for his wares-for he has LINKS.
I much and live too high. J. J. Hill,
because he said he couldn't do no He
so wares. has
a glib tongue anda
the philosopher and magician, who COME IN AND SEE THEM.
while a spectator made faces at him. persuasive
way; sometimes he is
,:made two hundred million where there
They've already done worse than thatto nothing than
more a plain pest whom
I were only a hundred millions before,
Mulhall.If people patronize to be rid
of
and con- cries "the of -
| out, cost high living is
o sider themselves lucky at that. But ruining the country." It is his be-
Huerta would take a trip to the they should remember
that dol-
every lief that we are just balancing on
summer capital or Gamboa should go lar they spend in this wise is a dol- the rim of hades and if we do not eat
out chautauqua-ing maybe the set- lar taken from the legitimate chan- T. Evans the Jeweler
plainer food and less of it, and cut out
tlement of the Mexican situation nels of trade. The newspapers havea drink altogether, we will topple over ,

would be brought about more quickly. right to object to it, because it into the fire and the cinders and
Then Carranza might get a look in. cheapens their calling, reduces the
and sparks that fly up as we light OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE
o amount of business that they might(will be the last ever seen or heard of
There is one way for the govern- rightfully claim and minimizes the
us. The truth is the money that is
ment to help the orange growers who merchant's faith in the productiveness ;i spent that is what keeps the world EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING
think that the tariff is necessary to of advertising.
(M grandly along. It is the man who

their business welfare-it can quar- Orlando and other Florida towns lets go of his lucre, and not the man -
antine against the fruit that is imported I -

by discovering some terrible

pest on it. -



think The that St. Petersburg half the o editors Times who doesn't are I I San Juan Garage ?

boosting Mayes for governor would I

support him if he ran. Probably not. I.

Th e newspaper scribes like to be I .. 1

pleasant and this is one way they : 8

have of doing so.


Florida is proud o of its William A. RE-BUILT 50 PER CENT OFF n

Blount He delivered one of the ad-

dresses before the American Bar as- U

sociation at Montreal Tuesday, and ON ALL OUR WI

put Florida on the map again, but in One 1912! Five Passenger Touring Car, 1
a different light from that in which

some of its public men have made complete, new tires PARASOLSSpecial

their state appear.

o . $450

Governor Park Trammell is said to ,
I and
for Monday Tuesday Wednesday
have given up the idea of going after ,

Nathan P. Bryan's seat in the senate One Cadiliac Five
Passenger Touring Car

and is now Sparkman's looking longingly political at scalp.Congressman complete \ NEW GOODS ARRIVING DAILY


Wonder who can tell what the Florida
Brocaded and SilK Ratines
governor is thinking about-not $600One

politics, we bet, while he is charmingthe

fair maids of Pike's Peak with his

"coal black hair."o 1912 Four Passenger 30 h.p. Car, 1 See jLJt jr JAJAA MJB IvesForYour


Oscar Underwood- thinks that th complete

senate has gone too far with its revision I
New Fall Coat Coat Suit
or
of the tariff. But the people. $550Don't i

don't think so; let it come just as i il t -

is, and let us be certain whether ware <. I

being held down and trodden un
EXCLUSIVE MILLINERY PARLORSAgent
der foot by the tariff, or if the hig forget that our Ajax:Tires carry a written

cost of living is due to some othei: guarantee of 5,000 miles. Pictorial Review Patterns Second Floor BON TON CORSETS
cause. It is the time now to settle)
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In Ginghams, Percale, Chambray, Lineen and Linen, in The famous "Eiffel," Educator, Dearfoot, "Mothers'Choice" Here we shine! By carrying:; only those makes that are

thoroughly reliable, and good for hard wear. The wearinnew
designs, colors and effects. and "Gypsy" makes.
qualities of "Sorosis" "I t J. & H.," and "Popularis" so

In sizes for all ages. In blacks, tans, and whites. well known that they; need no eulogy:; from us.

Prices range 50c., 60c., 75c., 90c. and $1.00. Prices, 10c., 15c., 20c. and 25c. Wear Like Leather. Prices, $1.25, $L50, $2.00: to $3.00.:

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WADE I Geneva, Fla., Sept. 3.-Mr. David
vlp THE TUNER i Chief Wm. H. Smith of the local Speer, proprietor of the Geneva Wants to Correct Impression That He LIMES

ORLANDO.JLA. !I police yesterday raided the place of House, accompanied by Mrs. Speer,' Is Now Well Off in World's*
I Conrad Ackres in Concord Park, securing left Monday to visit relatives and! Goods
: four quarts of whiskey. Ackres friends in Americus, Ga. The house

is will answer the charge of illicit sell- will be closed during their absence.Mr. I Dr. John W. Stagg, formerly pas- LIMES
Mr. Paul J. Burgess, of Tampa,
ing in mayor's court this morning. Tarbell's lumber yard is near- tor of the First Presbyterian church,
in Orlando today on business. I ing completion.Mr. ;of Birmingham, wow pastor of the:
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COUNTY JUDGE ISSUED J. T. McLain made a business First Presbyterian church of Orlando,
Mrs. J. C. Marshall, of Oviedo, was I
EIGHTEEN MARRIAGE LICENSES trip to Sanford Tuesday. I Fla., and who for the past two weeks LIMESAre
the yesterday on a shopping
in
city Miss Nellie Geiger is the recipientof has been engaged in writing edito-

expedition. ; County Judge William Martin issued a very fine cocoanut in the shell, rials for the West Alabamian, a news-

Dr. J. H. Nixon and Mr. CharlesD. eighteen marriage licenses during sent by parcel post from a friend in paper published at Geiger, is in Bir-i; getting scarce, but we succeeded in
Chuluota in the month of August, six of them Palm Beach. !mingham. Dr. Staggs' "kicks" and
Orlando. Brumley yesterday.Robert represented. for colored couples.Mrs. Mr. Carroll Culpepper is on the "punches" put into the West Alabamian -( getting another barrel. Send in
i sick list. i have attracted attention throughout -!

1 Lewter-and John T. Bran- S. 0. Chase, of Sanford, who Mr. Albert Saunders is home again the state. i your order before theyare

ham enjoying the week campingat was operated upon successfully at the from White Springs. I "In regard to politics," he said yesterday -[ gone
Wekiwa are Springs.Mr. Christ sanitarium, for appendicitis, Rev. and Mrs. Saunders and family I "I am in favor of the nomi-!
is reported as getting along nicely have returned from a trip to Coronado naiton and election of Charles lien-

Ralph Yearby left last night with every indication that she will Beach. I I II derson. The speech he delivered atj I
for Tampa and points in the southern soon be restored to health. This will Mr. Joseph Brown, of New Smyrna, Troy was very sound. I believe that i CUT FLOWERS AND POTTED PLANTS.

part of the state on business. be good news to the many friends of was in Geneva last week. I II he will be elected. For the people are I
the family in Orlando and elsewhere.I tired of 'isms' and dogmas in poli I

Mr. and Mrs. R.-W. Dodd, of Lynch- I TO PROPERTY OWNERS: I Ij tics. 'We need a rest from demagogic| THE SANITARY GROCERY

in Or. "Every man is the architect of his agitation. 'I
burg, Va., are spending today j CARUTHERS & GORE
lando, guests of the San Juan. own fortune." Boardman's Store of I am now settled in larger, brighterand Dr. Stagg admitted that he was I
Satisfaction has been emulated by better quarters in the Rock very much worried as a result of a''!' Phone 200 6 & 8 Pine Street.Golfer's .
build-I
left many-excelled by none. Pave your ing, opposite the San Juan recent publication in a Montgomery'
Mrs. L. A. Hawley yesterday 11111:11111111"1111111'111"1111'1"1'11"1" "
afternoon for Charleston, where she way to success by trading with a rooms 1 and 2, which my increasing I newspaper to the end that he had acquired .
.will visit relatives and friends. firm of absolute reliance-many of business required. I I I a competency in regard to the I'I'I - -
life's little annoyances smoothed I am revising my sales list, and am goods of this world."I .

DeLaney Way will leave today for away by becoming a customer. ,ready to list your city and country have written an editorial," stated I Supplies
property. he, "in reply, this to be published in I
where he will
College Park, Ga., en-
ter the Georgia Military Institute.Mr. Miss Lucy Lee Walton and Mr. From all reports received from my the West Alabamian this week. I I
Claybourne Walton, daughter and friends and business connections in have at some length explained that I @

T. N. Barlow left last night son respectively of Editor E C. Wale the North, I shall do some business the report was based on a misconception -

for Lumpkin, Ga., where he will ton of the Reporter-Star, arrived in this winter, and will use my best efforts ; that I was still a minister of makes needed the
Spalding everything by
spend the next three weeks on busi- Orlando yesterday from Kentucky, to sell the properties listed with the gospel; that my little 'farm' is a
and will make their home here with me. very little one, indeed, and that the I I .
ness.
their father.Mr. I have many satisfied customers,I alfalfa prospects were not very(1 golf player, and his name is a guarantee of
who became winter residents of Or- bright. At the bottom of the editorial -
Messrs. R. E. Ferris and E. R.
Pendelton, two clever knights of the Leroy B. Giles returned yesterday lando and vicinity by my personal I have written: highest quality of material and workmanship.
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from Greensville ,S. C., wherehe efforts, and they are now boosting for 'Will the papers of cities wherein
in Orlando today from I
grip, are '"
and Mrs. Giles had been on a visit. Orlando and my creditors are republish?
Tampa. Sample clubs carried in stock, or we can
Mrs. Giles has gone to Hendersonville Yours truly, Dr. Stagg will be in Birminghamfor I
N. C., where she will spend a CARL JANSEN, only a day or so, but will not return -
Mrs. C. A. Dudley, who has been while before returning home. Real Estate, Notary Public, Fire to his charge in Orlando priorto II order just the club you specify, in weightor
spending the summer at Colorado t Birmingham AgeHerald.
Insurance. 1m d&w October -
night.Springs, returned to Orlando Monday Mr. and Mrs. J. Henry, of Philadel- ald. I length or shape. We furnish the famous

phia, spent yesterday in Orlando as BASE BALL
guests of the Grand. They made the St. Andrews Journal says:: "Never Slip" grips. Red Dot and all Dimple
Mrs. W. H. Robertson entertainedthe trip in a heavy touring car, and were The Winter Park team plays Palat- "The experiments in the growing of 0
Shakespearean Reading club very on the way to Wauchula.Mr. ka in Palatka on Thursday and Fri- alfalfa near Marianna this year prove
balls in stock at all times,
charmingly at her home on Hillcrest day for the state championship. In beyond doubt that it can be grown

avenue yesterday afternoon. W. A. Joughin, of Tampa, returned the event of each team winning one very profitably in west Florida and I
to that city yesterday after a game the deciding game will be that it is destined to become one of II W. S. BRANCH,
Mr J. E. Mears, formerly business pleasant visit to Orlando. He was, played in Orlando. the leading crops of this section. It I
The Arcade Book and Music Store
of Sullins' college, Bristol, the estimated that of four tons
manager representing Standard Fixture Winter Park has nine consecutive is a yield
Va., but now secretary of the board company.Mr. victories to her credit, having defeated -i to the acre can be had, which at the I f
cf trade of Tampa, spent Sunday in Winter Garden on Labor Day. J prevailing prices of hay would make I
Orlando, the guest of Mr. and Mrs.A. . F. B. Biddolph, of Lake City, is our farmers indifferent to the spreadof The Star Pressing Club is the placeto Mr. M. W. Crossley has enlargedhis

G. Branham. among the arrivals in Orlando. Read Sentinel "Want Ads. the boll weevil." get good work done and quick ser- automobile business by taking in

----.- vice. We can remove any spot on two partners, A. Y. Fuller and R. L.

:::':::::::':::::::::t::: MM:::::" 't : " ::' your clothes. Give us a trial, it will Fox. The business will be known as
be highly appreciated. Call and see the "Palm Auto Company," change

us. We will do the work. No. 4 I taking effect September 1st. The

H THE East Church street. R. A. Rodgers, new firm assumes no assets or liabil-.
I Orlando, Fla. ities prior to September 1st. It

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NEWS FROM ALL high. The Florida Sumatra Leaf Tobacco member of the twenty-fifth Virginia MMtillMMMIIIilliMMIMIIMMIMMMIlEZ
7 PARTS OF FLORIDAWassau company planted twentyfiveacres infantry in the army of Northern
and last week disposed of their Virginia. He was born October 18,
business men are forminga entire crop, barn-cured, at 41 cents 1844, and entered service when a
canning factory. per pound. The buyers were the Fra- boy. He was widely and favorably Atlas II Seal fruit Jars i
leigh Tobacco company, local buyers known as a Confederate veteran of .
Several small Swiss colonies are and packers. the Florida division and at the time
being established in south Florida. of his death was adjutant general and T 'MPAD RY_ Q ALL SIZES

Manuel Page, of Key West, a youngman chief of staff of the state division.He TA MPA
' Work on the ten story Iuggebuilding employed as a laborer by the was born in Richmond, Va., and ____ I
in Tampa is progressing rap Florida East Coast extension was almost entered service from the Confederate
idly. instantly killed a few days ago capital. A large number /of Camp
4 while unloading cement. A mec :n- Patton Anderson U. C. V. No. 59, IT IS JUST AS EASYTo Jelly Glasses-Smooth Edge
A board of trade has been organ- ical hoist was lifting a ton of cement attended the funeral as escort of hon
: ized at Seffner with a membership of at a time, when the man was o Monticello Note in T. U.
sixteen. caught between the load and a freight I Preserving Kettles
NEGROES MAKE
car and badly crushed. A
cay "Give me a dish of
The new Elks' club building being PROTEST TO CONGRESS I
erected in Tampa is now making a POINSETTIAIce ".. .
"The largest cargo of cotton ev?r| Washington, Seut. 2.-Negroes of Cream as it is to omit......
showing of the hand-
great as one I
brought Apalachicola by a river the District of Columbia mailedto the name-why do you do
today McCULLOCH'SDEPARTMENT
in the
somest
L buildings city. steamer," remarked Capt. A. R. Sharit members of congress a protest it. when by saying POINSETTIA
'-" Thursday to an interested crowdon you get so much
records in last against proposed legislation affecting
Building Tampa
Water street, "was in 1859 when their The more real VALUE for your STORE
race. protest was in the
week were the lowest for the entire
the steamer Times landed here at the form of resolution money.
year, the total amount of permits issued a adopted at yes
124 South
docks. She had on board 1,950 bales terday's annual emancipation celebra- Orange Avenue
amounting to only $7,320. of cotton which she discharged on the tion. It'i better, beans ewe make it
OPPOSITE POST OFFICE
river front. In those days cotton was to, no trouble no expense no effort
Preceding: its adoption, speakers de
Representative introduced
Sparkman piled high on every street in town." is omitted or considered too .
clared their
race was discriminated "lel"IIIII'IIIIIIII
a bill on Saturday proposingan -Apalachicola Times. great in order to make POINSETTIA IIIIIIIIIIII'IIIIIIIIIIIIIII'.
of for fed against and that certain southern
appropriation V75,000 a the standard of purity
eral building at Tarpon Springs. representatives in congress did not and quality. Read The Sentinel "Want Ads"
A s an evidence of the progressiveness represent the "southern gentlemen I! Every Day
of Marianna citizens, we cite the class." The resolution reads I
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for sale
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origin destroyedthe fact that they have bought betweenone
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town
your '
shingle plant of P. L Sutherlandat
thousand and fifteen hundred dollars' .
insults offered the race by a set omen fr
Espanola, Fla., Wednesday, en
worth of electric fans this
tailing a loss of $70,000. This mill son. The revenue derived from operating sea the southern in congress gentlemen who do class not represent, and call V.W.ESTES&CO.ORLANDO .
was one of the largest in Florida. these fans by the municipalelectric upon the representatives to use every i [ELECTRIC VACUUM L CLEANER f
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,plant more than pays the cost effort to suppress those men who misrepresent FLA.No. .
Ground was broken this week for of the day current. Our town is one the American sentiment. I
the new Kress building which will be of the smallest in the country to en Dr. S. P. W. Drew, president of the 4
erected on Seventh avenue in Tampa joy an all-day electric service, and 3 Henderson National Memorial League 1
The building will be three stories the constant hum of the fans X 'I
many of America, drew the
resolution 1I We Extend to
You
high, of brick construction and wil gives us a decidedly city air.-Iari-i Among the speakers who encouragedthe I an Invitations I Have your room or house

cost about $30,000. anna TimesCourier.Great negroes' protest were Senators I,I ,. to call at our sample rooms

Clapp and Jones. II I number 11 Arcade Bldg., to look over cleaned without dust or troubleof
Lumber and tie shipments forwarded I. flocks of northern blackbirds
from Jacksonville during Augustby have arrived in Florida, which is a INTERESTING FACTS. our selection of over 600 Suitingsfor moving furniture .
coastwise steamers and sailing certain indication that cold weatheris Autumn and Winter, 1913. You
vessels amounted to 31,565,000 feet beginning in the northern states A lucky man always attributds esshould
his luck to his superior judgement. not let another day pass before -
There also forwarded
was to foreign The advance army of the bind
shores 3,879,454 feet of lumber an reached Lake Worth nearly a week The place for the man who thinks you make your selections. The Pierce Electric Co. send an Experienced -
ties making a grand total of 5,445 and since then the '
ago warm weather the world is a fool is an asylum. When you have your measure taken
545 feet shipped during the month. seekers have been coming in by th man.
you don't have to walk out of ours
I thousands. Sunday morning a flock As a good man grows older he se .
According to Secretary Herbert C. containing thousands upon thousandsfor something good even in his enemies. place "Hoping it will be right: You
Purdy, of the Jacksonville health de. several hours flew around town can be sure of it. We will Guarantee SEE THEM FOR TERMS
partment, August was the lightest and along the lake shore. They remained The cup that cheers today is always s
month so far as the death rate is but a short time, and then departed responsible for the morning satisfaction and that our suits are the

concerned in recent years, only seventyfour in the direction of the 'glades, after. I Best Quality.

into consideration deaths being the reported.large Taking population - where ter.-Lake they Worth generally Herald.spend the win Some women-never know where I i iI I MEN'S FASHION SHOP Ilk T PIERCE[ L[ [ELECTRIC C L
f eneroghy ;'endk! and extravagance I IIIC
s record.in that city, this is a remarkable = begins. I ,11 Arcade BId'q, Orlando, Fla. ''II .
Col. S. C. Bott answered the 1 las --" ------- -
roll call at his home in MonticelloAugust If there was a fixed price on salIvation Test the "want ad. way" if you
Madison-The tobacco raised in 28, at 1 o'clock. He served some tightwads would want a"' have a desirable place that you want CHURCH STREETliHiMIIIMIMIIMIIMMMIMMMMMMMMtiilMMHMMIilM
this county this year will grade very: in the war between the states as a discount. II' to sell or rent.
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LAUGHTER. PHONE 98 Office and is an appeal to the advertiserwho i SO HELPLESS
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Attorney at Law Show Room sends in afternoonfor
Laugh If you are wise.MartiaL I ORLANDO, espy Saturday They want to buy or sell or exchange -
Practices in all the Courts I FLORIDA. PLUMBER and HEATING ENGINEER III S. Court St. the Sunday paper, and to tell him ; or they want positions or
I General Plumbing and Beating Contractor, Sewerage and Septic Tank Construction. I Ii ID t; get it to this office not later than want employes, or this, that and the
t should dimple the i The most Modern Sanitation of the Age in my New Inventions in Plumb twelve o'clock (noon) SATURDAYIf other, and
Laughter Room 11-McN'eill & Das Building < > they don't know how to
ing, for both Private and Public Fine Fixtures. I go
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Money to loan on improved prop-I you. They are
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shakes And the extinKuNhfd bkies.-i HOUHT.laughter : FOE' S.A.LE

ORLANDOBANK A a TRUST I COMPANY
Laugh your at frit-nds jour 'are friends sere, and If : i

So uiufb the the U'tter-you may1.1UJb : Six-room, Bath and Pantry, Modern house One Block I

more -Pope. : Capital and Surplus and Undivided Profits $130,000.00. N Nl l from and in view of Lake Lucerne. Two blocks from ;

Men show -their rharacter In I: Resources over Three-quarters ol a Million. station, east side of Atlantic Coast Line Railroad. Lot I I100x142

nothing more clearly than by i < feet, shaded on west by Camphor trees, on !
what think laushable.Coethe .- Statement As Rendered to the Comp-
they .:
j jI I' troller at the Close of Business south by large Oaks. Nice Lawn. 50 bearing Grapefruit ;

I I : June 30th, 1913 1 and Oranges and 100 younger trees; also English !

I I '''t Walnuts, Guavas, Pecans, Bananas, and Pineapples '

I, 4 Banking RESOURCESE bearing. 40 Acres heavy pine timbered Land northwest
FREE SPEECH. At' and Fixtures .__.......* 25,867.37 / ;
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fist last and all the time. 1 Overdrafts ............... 83.98 I
know and understand: that there : Stocks and Bonds ......,. 26,018.33 ..
is a class of people who cannot \
hire a ball to present their viewsto t d Cash on Hand and in Banks 254,083.11 "Sentinel"
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reason why they should be kept I ,-- $661,647.12 .
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who want to bear. There Is a I, I Capital .................5100,000.00
limit however to which such
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should and there is a -
people limit which they go. will not be allowed f I Profits .._............. 33,889.11
to eiceed. This limit is { w I Deposits............... 527,758.01 ANGE & BATES ii
the bounds of decency. Whena bl
street speaker becomes Inde- $661,647.12 5. BAND BLOCK PHONE 156 i :
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of any person or : The officers and directors of the Orlando
time to call a ha't! Such speakers I k' -c. Bank and Trust Co. desire to
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than they do to benefit It, and a
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to the above
the majority. As to strikes r statement The management
I realize that the working; class t ;l of the Bank feels that this showing -
has a right to make Its demands i reflects the conservative, sane and PATH TO PROSPERITYMerchants
but I object to the use of violence L progressive methods employed in this
or force in settling any financial institution. Strength begets
problem. I object also to per- I
confidence, and
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strength where
sons who have no interest di- no who use Electric Signs never lose
displayed better by a bank than in
rectly or indirectly, except to
disturb and abuse, interferingIn United States Government, State and County Depository healthful statements to its patrons. their way by choosing the wrong road to success -
any strike or labor trouble.It You simply cannot fail to attract new
is enough for those directly ::1nnuunnut:1flnHuuu: : : ::: ; :: ::: : !! ::::: :: : ::::i' customers if you use'an Electric Sign. It acts
interested to fight the battle like an irresistible magnet, drawing all the
fairly and not call in disinterested -
disturbers, who do not Sheep Manure Fertilizer N trade within its reach; That is the reason
know the bounds of decency or WRIGHT they command the attention of buyers.
civility or fairness.-Mayor Al- FORPRODUCES --- =
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International waterway but it 27.00 18.00 12.00 ." 8.00
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position for our navy where it
might operate in either the Atlantic
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a right to fortify the canal ; are better than Clay Brick
against hostile nations. We are "
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foolish In the extreme If we do and they are cheaper
not. Such a course is not inconsistent
with arbitration.-W. 18.00 12.00 Terms : Cash Down :
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: Maker of Artificial Stone

If you have a house for rent, advertise W. M. SLEMONS I
in the Sentinel's classified column : tl ; Telephone 159 Livingston Ave. on R. R.fMMMMMMMMMMMMMMtMMMMMMMMMMM.
and a tenant
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due Seminole county, subject, however -

Louis C. Massey, President. to whatever errors and omissions It
may be found hereafter.Bid .
' T. Pktoa Wirlow Vk ..Pra. 1 Ratter How Crll of W. F. Taylor for building

80..... C. Btbcock. AM* CuLte Samuel A.Newell,Ant Cukkr bridge over Aconlockhatchie creek on The City of Orlando .

the Orlando and Christmas road and

making fills, not including bulkheads,

THE. bridge $3.61 per linear foot, fill and The County of Orange

right of way 40c per cubic yard, de-
clined.

STATE BAIK lishing Communication justice of in the respect peace to district estab- The State of Florida

for Clarcone district received, and .
clerk was instructed to notify the

governor that said district would be

of Orlando number twenty. The U. S. Government
Petition of E. J. Reel, H. K. Reelet

al., for public road, received. No

II action. .

L. G. Starbuck appeared before the
THE OLDEST BANK IN THE CITYAND
I board in reference to the coupon law. .
Subject matter left to attorney gen
eral.

Mr. Charles J. Sweet presentedhis
The Bank which transacts more business than commission as a member of the Deposit their funds with this Bank because it is

any Bank between Jacksonville and Tampa Board of County Commissioners.Mr. conducted along lines of commendable approval
.
H. C. lathers came before the '

board in reference to the condition of: and in compliance withNATIONAL a

The large patronage of this Bank has been built up the Curry Ford road. Upon motion
the subject 'matter was referred to
during twenty years by conducting its business on sound the superintendent of roads and BANKING LAWS

banking principles with careful attention to the legitimate bridges to ascertain cost of puttingthe

wants of customers. The confidence of the publicis Petition road in of proper R. C.condition.Bigelow, GeorgeW. Do you not think that a Bank which meets with

reuected in the large amount of deposits. Evans
et al., and of George S.
the of the
approval government should be THEe
Average deposits First Quarter of 1913, $900,000 Dann and J. E. Pfeiffer et al., in r I
spect to the Beulah and Orlando road, : Bank for you?

received. Subject matter referred to.

FOUR PER CENT PAID ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTS Commissioner Dillard to report at We cordially invite you to avail yourself of the

next meeting.The .

. . petition of W. P. Blakely, D. same facilities which these governments enjoy. '

E. Davidson et al., heretofore presented '
Our correspondent banks are located in every part of and laid over under the rules,

the world and include some of the largest Banks in the J was called up, and, upon motion, the
proposition of D. E. Davidson to grub
United States. the road from Ocoeee to the railroad.

crossing at $45 per acre, and the balance l-

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;r ; ; Open your account with
Hackney prairie not included, was accepted
THE WEATHER MINUTES MEETING and contract was given him.

Local showers Thursday and Fri- COUNTY COUUSSIOXERSTuesda : I Work of to roads be approved and bridges.by superintendent 1 The Peoples National Bank

day. ), Sept. 2, 1913. Communication from Karl Keller
Board met. Present, Chairman received and read. Upon motion, the "It is a pleasure to serve you"

WEATHER REPORT Overstreet, Commissioners Dillard, superintendent of roads and bridges tt
Brown, Eldridge and Sweet.
'Furnished the Sentinel by W. W. Bonds of the following persons to road instructed in passable to open condition.up and put the IMIMMIIIIMMIMIMMM MIIIMMMIMMIIIMIMMMIMI. . . . . ...1111. . .tit.t. . .4MMM. M1111 t i I I r m't'Mi'i 1M I-It t t t't t t m..11 MI 1M i'l'l'l'tre It'

Yothers, of the Government Experi- bear firearms were examined, and Architect Hutton appeared befo -

mental Station. upon examination were approved, and the board in reference to the work tlllllllll'III'II'IIIII'IIIII 'I"II.ttlllll"1111111111 "IIIIIII'lllltllll..t

For Week Ending September 3, 1913. licenses ordered issued, to-wit: done in the court house and made his
Jas. Nixon Burden, I ver-J ohnsonrevolver

Temp. ; sureties, J. W. Guernsey, report.Clerk was instructed to write to division THE BIG 4 SPECIALS
J. A. Knox.J. .
superintendent of the F. E. C.
:. B. Barnes, Colt's revolver; sureties
t railway, at St. Augustine, that a
..s ..: : W. G.
Spahler and F. L. Heir
d m -; A is. crossing is needed on the Okeechobee
CII .. \.4 Wm. Holloway; sureties, P. F. Laudi of the F. E. C. railway at :
0
MagidWednesday bach and M. E. Weeks; Smith*& Wesson 63rd rail north of 25-mile post on s head

. .. .. .. .91 73 .10 PC Bonds revolver.of the following Okeechobee division.Communication M 1. :
persons as
Thursday . ... .. .. .81 71 1.35 .C notaries from. Robert A. v
Friday .. .. .. .. .. .90 88 T.C public presented and approved Mills received, whereupon the following ,

.... ... : order was passed: N
Saturday ... .89 71 T.C Wm. P. 4
Blakely; sureties, T. "Jf. t e
Sunday .. .... . ... .85 70 .C Butner and C. E. Bartlett. Whereas, This Board has been -, V*
Monday .. .. .. .. ..89 71 PC A. N. Goodwin vised that Mr. Robert A. Mills, formerly -
; sureties, M. 0. } N IIt
Tuesday ..... . .. .8a 73 PC Overstreet and of this county, is an applicantfor
Chas.
P. Dow.
a position connected with the
exposition j
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(PC) Partly Cloudy; (C) Cloudy; Bonds of the following persons as 1
to be held at San Francisco
(.C) Clear deputy sheriffs ;
,
presented and
approved and whereas, the said Robert A. Mills .
:
was an honored member of the Boardof
BASEBALL RESULTS IN THE BIG Wm. H. Douglass; sureties, R. L County Commissioners of Orange "
LEAGUES Holland and J.11'.
Douglass. county for six years, and, also served
W. S. Bell; sureties, A. B. Newton, with great credit to himself FORMOnOa
a sa
Special to The Sentinel J. H. Cooper and J. G. Strozier.H. .
i member of the
National League Results Board of Public Instruction -
New York, 1; Boston, 2. H. McClure; sureties, W. T. Ber| of Orange county, Florida;
ry, Jno. P. Anderson, W. R. McLeod, and whereas T UBSOa ann WB
Brooklyn, 3-5; Philadelphia, 43. A. B. Fuller. this Board is convinced af nesday
Pittsburg 1; Cincinnati, 3. of the absolute integrity and high i
A. C. Ellison
; sureties, D. B.
St. Louis, 2; Chicago, 7. Spha- moral character of the said RobertA.
ler and W. G. Sphaler.J. .
American League Results Mills; therefore,
Boston, 4; New York, 11. W. Bass; sureties, W. H. Bro son Be it resolved, That the clerk of We are going to offer our customers FOUR BIG SPECIALS
and J. J. Keen.
Philadelphia, 4; Washington, 3. this Board be requested to'prepare a FOR THE ABOVE DAYSLadies'
Petition
and bond of D. E. Jerni-
Southern League Results certified copy of this resolution showing -
gan as inspector of marks and brandsof
Birmingham, 9; Memphis, 4. under his official seal the facts
Atlanta, 4; Mobile, 3. district No. 1 presented, F. A. Rol- stated above, and that the same be
Chattanooga, 10; New Orleans, 3. fins and P. F. Laubach as sureties, transmitted to Mr. Mills to be used by fine ribbed Gauze Pests, Ladies' fast colored black Hose,

Nashville, 1; Montgomery, 0. [: granted and approved. or presented by him to such personsas neatly trimmed, all sizes;
i Warranty deed from L. P. Lane to be interested 8 C 40 gauge; for three days, pair. . 8
Orange county, for 9.14 acres of landfor may therein. whIle they last . . . . . . . C
The
"THE'MERCHANT OF VENICE agreement of the trustees of
county purposes, presented, foundto
school districts Nos. 28 and 34 as; to
The Celebrated Actor, Edouard O'Oize be correct and a warrant for $137.- the division of funds of said Boggy
mill PresentAn '50 in payment thereof, ordered drawn. Creek and Taft, was presented, and 500 yards 'Crown King" un- The famous "H1ue Grass" brand

unusual interest should befeltj' Contract of lease between J. D. the following resolution was adopted: bleached Muslin, made from Cambric, usually sells for
{ Buchanan and .
of
in the of Edouard D'Oize County Orange received Whereas, A certain and 8
engagement I I and read, and upon a motion, agreement the \"ery best colton, soft finQ 1? 1.2c; for three da.s. . . . C
in the "Merchant of Venice, since it request signed by the trustees of
is an attraction so genuinely first I a therefor.warrant for $25 was ordered drawn school district No. 28 and school district ish; while it lasts, .ard. . . . C Limit 10 yards to customer.

class. Mr. D'Oize's reputation as an No. 34, in Orange county, has at
I Resignation of C. L. Simmons
actor is an excellent one and of many as this meeting been presented to the
i inspector of marks and brands
years of building. It will be unusualfor district No. 1 for board, from which petition and re- We are also displaying on the Second Floor a BEAUTIFUL
our people to witness a truly met. presented. Upon motion quest it appears that the new specialtax
ropolitan production of Shakespearean same was accepted. school district, to-wit: districtNo. LINE OF LADIES', MISSES'and CHILDREN'S MUSLIN '

character, but they will in seeing l Acknowledgment on the part of 34, is entitled to and should
reUNDERWEAR.. It will visit
this
to
D'Oize's "Merchant of Venice." Thereis Mayer, Deppe & Walter of the receiptof ceive one-half of the moneys which pay you department, c

not a vestige of local "stuff" used. the check for $500 deposited I by were in the treasury to the credit of

From the curtain line to the back of them in the special road and bridger. : school district No. 28, upon June 30,

the stage all is not only new,but complete district No. 1 bonds.Communication 1913; therefore,

and atmospherically Venetian. from J. L OverBe) it resolved, That the said petition .
The occasion will call forth an audience |j. street, clerk of Osceola county, in reand be and is granted and that the N. P. YOWELL

of representative citizens which bridge over Boggy creek, received county treasurer be and he is hereby
should fill the house from pit to dome. read. Clerk instructed to ascertain directed to place to the credit of: the

Mr. DOize will appear at the Orlando cost of same. said special tax school district No. 34

Opera House Saturday night. Upon motion it was ordered that one-half of the moneys which were in 1111111111111111111111.111111111,11111111.111.111.111111I | | | H4

the Comptroller be requested to allow the treasury in the credit of said district
FRANK STILL ACTIVE the redemption of tax certificate! No. No. 28, upon June 30, 1913. The state institutions in regard to state conditions. ', to finish.

75 of 1893 and all unpaid taxes down said amounts to be placed to the convicts received and read. Upon James Chapman, $134, with certain ; "Animated Weekly" (Universal).

Atlanta, Sept. 3.-Leo M. Frank to and including 1913 tax (lots 8 t and credit of the said district No. 34 and motion, application to be made for conditions. Current news of the world.

has never ceased to be the active su. 9, block 1, Fleming's addition to Zell- to be subject to withdrawal for the ten state convicts. Upon motion, contract was awardedto "Newly Weds" (Edare). Another

perintendent of the pencil factory in. wood), at the flat sum of $25, not including benefit of said district No. 34 by warrant Upon motion, a warrant for $10 to James Chapman. series of the puzzle picture Snookums.

Atlanta in which Mary Phagan was clerk's costs, within 60 days, in accordance with law. R. A. Lumsden, and $13 to R. L. County surveyor presented three "Water Beetles" (Eclare). Educa-
murdered. It has since by C. B. Robinson, $3 for ex tracings of certain roads. tional.A .
developed I the on account of ex- The petition of T. Warlow, J. W. Hyer, Hyer having paid
trial that he has been consulted daily I rtssive tax. White et al., heretofore presented and penses, were ordered paid, for appraisement -i i special matinee 2 to 5. Night,

in connection with the business affairsof The report and statement of laid over under the rules, was taken of road outfit and stockof \ AT THE FAVORITE TODAY 7 to 10.Admission.

the factory, and that these consultations -I Messrs. Johnson and DuBose, of UP, and, upon motion, the petition Orange county. I j I 5 cents to all.
still continue. He has a desk amounts due the county of Seminole was granted. Following bids for work on Tan-
A Big Show Well Worth the honey"The
in his cell at the Tower, and from I I I in the respective funds
1
presented and Communication from the secretary gerine road received: i i*i Squashville Ladies' Fire Bri Is your name on the Sentinel
sub-
there keeps a grip on the business I j examined. .
Report
was accepted I and of the board of commissioners of John Coulter, $145, with certain gade" (Nestor). A laugh from start scription list? If not, why not?






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