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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 6, 1913
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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

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VOLUME ONE ORLANDO, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1913. NUMBER 179.

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HURRICANE LEVIES FEARFUL i STATE BANK WILL\ MANY APPliCANTS 1 NOT SPRINGS AT MERCY[ Of EIRE[



PAY CITY EMPLOYES ARt DISAPPOINTED


TOll Of DEATH AND DESTRUCTION SUFFERS MANY MilliONS lOSS


CITY CLERK MAKES ARRANGEMENTS POSTOFFICE> DEPARTMENT ISNOT
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FOR MEN WHO NEED LOOKING FOR MEN OUTSIDE -

PROPERTY LOSS ESTIMATED JACKSONVILLE MAN MONEY TO GET IT ON THE SERVICE TO BE UUfRTA SENDS MAN, FIRE RAGING AT A LATE

AT FIVE MILLION ON VOUCHERSCity MADE INSPECTORS ''I HOUR AND ENTIRE CITY

CAROLINA COAST HEADS( FIRE CHIEFS TOVASHINGTON'\ SEEMED DOOMEDGOVERNORTO
Clerk Boone yesterday after- One day last week a Washington

noon made arrangements with the correspondent sent out a special to

State bank to pay the city employeswho the effect that the position of post-

WORST\ IN DECADE HANEY OF JACKSONVILLE FIRE were due salary for August by office inspector was going beggingfor REPRESENTATIVE OF MEXICAN SCENE

DEPARTMENT HONORED BY signing their vouchers which have want of applicants; that the state GOVERNMENT WILL CARRYON

CHIEFS IN NEW YORKCONVENTION been approved by Alderman Gwynne, of Florida was short of inspectors,
NEGOTIATIONS BEGUN
chairman pro tern of the finance com- and it was a rule of the departmentto -

WIRES DOWN IX STRICKEX DIS- mittee.In appoint inspectors from the statein BY LIND FIRE APPARATUS CALLED FROM

TRICT AXD DEFINITE INFORMATION New York, Sept. 5.-A column of fact, all bills for August that which his work lay. This seems to LITTLE ROCK TO ASSIST IN

CAN NOT firemen two miles long swung into have been so approved will be paid have been largely in error. It is like- Washington, Sept. 5.-Manuel de I BEATING BACK FIERCECONFLAGRATION

I upper Broadway this afternoon and by the bank upon proper presentation, ly that the department has been Zamacona, former Mexican ambassador -

BE OBTAINEDSpecial in lines of eight marched leisurely to and when a quorum of council shall flooded with applications, for there to the United States and until

One Hundredth street and Riverside have returned the bills so paid wills were some from Orlando, and it is recently financial agent for the Mexican -
to The SentinelWashington Special to The Sentinel.
drive. Powerful motor apparatus, it the probable that every other place in government in London, will en-
be vouchered in favor of bank
Sept. 5.-Reports from Hot Springs, Ark., Sept. 5.-Fire
sirens stilled, loafed lazily in the instead of the individuals.In the state had one or more applicants.In deavor to carry forward in Washington -
Virginia and North Carolina this marching ranks. The finest horses of : the negotiations between the, which broke out here this afternoonsoon
afternoon described the storm which this way the inconvenience that a letter to an Orlando man, Sen- I
the local department, sleeked to the I Huerta administration and the United swept the entire southwestern
last the have suffered ator Nathan P. Bryan sets the matter
swept over these states night as employes might by
pink of condition, also participated.It States for a solution of the revolu- section of the and then attackedthe
right, as follows: city
the worst in a decade. reason of the absence -of the four
the annual firemen's tionary problem.
was parade,
Dispatches received from Raleigh, councilmen, the return of any one of "The civil service requires that Senor business district and tonight ata
arranged as a feature of the closing Zamacona comes primarilyto
N. C., estimate the damage at $5,000- which would be sufficient to make upa these positions shall be filled from continue late hour the entire city seemed
the
hours of the convention of the Inter-I negotiations begun
000, and it is believed that the loss national Association of Fire Engi quorum by meeting with the three the list of eligibles who have taken with John Lind, but his ultimate ob doomed.

of life at Ocracoke island has been neers. At the end of the long parade aldermen who are now in the city. the examination. Recently, however, ject is to obtain for the Mexican gov- Estimates by the mayor at ten

great, although bulletins from near- a firemen's memorial monument was I Alderman W. T. Sims, who is pres- the postmaster general has issued an ernment the loan which the United o'clock were that the loss would reach

by life stations show that the first ident order to the effect that inspectors will between six and
unveiled at Riverside drive. I pro tern of council, has been States declared in its second note i it ten millions. By

reports were greatly exaggerated. At the forenoon session, New Orleans busy with the members who are !I be appointed from the postal service. would encourage American bankersto that time forty blocks had been

Dispatches from Norfolk state that was selected as the convention ( away; rather he has been after some I[!I This is in the nature of the recent float if the Huerta government ac burned and there seemed to be no

all the wires are down and it wouldbe I of them I order issued by the secretary of the of the fire beforeit
city for 1914. The following officers by wire, but has so far failed cepted the chief American proposals. possibility checking

days, probably, before accurate elected to secure the promise of any to re-I' navy with regard to paymasters in The burned itself out against West
were : I administration here sounded
was
information as to the extent of the turn. Alderman Walker is the that service. The order of the postmaster mountain.
man
President, Thomas Haney, out as to the mission of SenorZamacona
storm damage could be learned. Jackson-I' who is looked upon as the logical general further provides that Buildings in the path of the flames
ville, Fla.; first I and had not given its an
Both dispatches state that the loss applicants for inspectors shall now be in the
member to come forward and relieve : were dynamited early evening,
Delphis, Lansing, Mich.; secretary, swer when the latter started from
of life has been great but accurate the present quorum-less situation. lie{1 iin!' the service or shall have been i in but when the city water plant and
James McFall, Roanoke, Va.; treas- Vera Cruz yesterday. There seemedto
information was lacking at the weather I has been away several weeks, and i it :, the service three years." the power plant were destroyed the
urer, George Knowfflock, Mansfield, be little doubt today in official
bureau. Ohio. 1 is assumed that he will not be away I I circles that the Washington adminis city officially abandoned all hope of

I I much longer. As he left no chart of II]Ij j TODAY IS LAST FOR tration would receive Senor Zamacona saving any part of the town.

NO LIVES WERE LOST f his itinerary, however, Alderman The dynamite had little effect ex-
I under certain conditions.The .
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OX OCRACOKE ISLAND KISSIMMEE FAVORS i Sims had been unable to catch him l I cept to threaten to make the destruction -

I by telegraph. He succeeded in Retting EXAMS OF TEACHERS coming of Senor Zamacona more complete.Fire .

Raleigh, N. C., Sept. 5.-No lives M i I produced an optimistic effect in offi
LOCAL DRAINAGE DIST. in touch with President of Coun started in a dwelling house.
cial circles.
were lost on Ocracoke island in cil Smith, who is at Canton, N. C., When it became apparent that then

Wednesday's storm which swept the I'but the president signified his unwillingness NEGROES FINISHED YESTERDAY Though there is no assurance o local department would be unable to

coast, according to advices reaching AND WHITES WILL CONCLUDE record positively excluding Provisional with the
PROPOSED TO ORGANIZE DISTRICT !![ to return at this time. cope conflagration an appeal
here from Hatteras this afternoon. Aldermen Jackson and Giles left TODAY President Huerta from the presi for help was sent to Little Rock. Apparatus -
AND BOND LANDS
Until this information was receivedit Orlando only last week with the pur dential contest, in accordance with and firemen were immediately

was feared that several hundred FOR DRAINAGE I pose of being absent for several Today is the closing day of the ex the proposals of President Wilson,the dispatched here on a special train.

dwellers on the island might have weeks, and were not communicated aminations for teacher's license, and Washington government is taking it i

been swept away by the storm. Kissimmee, Sept. 5.-A meeting of with. ; then the papers go to the gradin for granted that he will not now run. GOVERNOR HAYES LEAVES

representative business men and landowners I committee. It is likely to encourage a loan under FOR SCENE OF FIRE
The approval of the current bills
GREAT DAMAGE TOSHIPPIXG of this section was held Mon I conditions that will further the effortto
was the most pressing matter to be I The negro applicants finished upI
IS REPORTED day in the office of P. A. Vans Ag- I bring about a cessation of hostilities iLittle Rock Ark. 5. Gover-
I yesterday. None of the Sept. -
attended to by council, and since that negroes applied
new, and the matter of organizingand I II and a constitutional election. left for- Hot--
Hayes Springs tonightat
has been provided for it is not urgent I for first grade license and that

Norfolk, Va., Sept. 5.-With the defining a drainage district was i I: that the members shall return for I accounts for their quick finish. The 9:30 o'clock to make a personal in-
wires thoroughly discussed. It is proposedto Trevino and Blanquet to Swap Jobs of the conditions causedby
telegraph still down it was impossible two weeks yet. There is the usual white applicants will continue to work vestigation

today to get detailed infor-; form a district to cover all that II I amount of business to be attended to i I I through the afternoon, for the last Port Arthur, Tex., Sept. 5.General the fire, and stated that he would

mation on the havoc wrought by section lying south of lake Hart i in : by council, but nothing of an emergency -II test will not be given them until : Trevino is to be appointed secretary likely call out several companies of

Wednesday's storm on the North Car- Orange county, and extending to lake character that can not wait. aftermidday.The I : of war in the Huerta cabinet in the state guards tomorrow to protectthe

olina coast between Cape Hatteras Okeechobee. Council has met in many special sessions -I examinations started Tuesday, :place of General Blanquet, who is to property in the burned district.
and Ocracoke on the lower coast. The W. B. Harris, who worked up the take charge of the Mexican federal
during the past two months,I and the work has been kept up at a ,
six-masted schooner George W. Wells, meeting, was temporary chairman, and the members have worked well steady, if somewhat tiresome gait, forces in the north, according to ad-'
which went ashore south of and introduced Mr. P. A. Vans Ag- I vices Mexican SCHNARR NOW IN FAVOR
Hatteras, for their pay. While the absent ones j under the direction of Superintendent Consul Castillo here

has gone to pieces. The twenty men, new, who has given the subject much are disporting themselves at various ] McKinnon. He has been ably assist- says he received from Mexico City.

two women and two infants rescued thought, and who had collected a resorts the pile of matters demanding i jed i by Miss Minnie Groves, who had Consul Castillo said he was informed OF BONDING FOR ROADS
from the schooner after mass of figures pertaining to the lev I from the
great diffi attention is accumulating, buteven [ charge of the examination at the capital that Mexican bank-

culty by the lifesavers, are being tem els, the annual rainfall and the num- I at that this is the dullest season j white school, and Prof. J. W. Sim ers had loaned the government 10-
.
porarily cared for in the berof acres lying in the district whichit ,
vicinity of of the yearand if they didn't getaway mons, who conducted the examination 000,000 pesos. Most of the troops in THINKS IT ONE OF THE BEST
the Ocracoke inlet and Durant life- is proposed to drain. I' the school. I Morelos, Tabasco and Campeche
at this time, it would be hardto at colored are INVESTMENTS THE COUNTY
Mr. Vans Agnew went into the I
saving stations. find a better period at which to The grading committee will not bei I ito be moved to Guaymas, he said.
The three-masted schooner matter without much preliminary ex COULD MAKE
reported 'I lay aside the cares of office. If their made public, as it is considered bet
ashore three miles north of Ocra- planation. He stated that the law
vacations had been ter policy for it not to be known. ,
coke turns out to have been a four- passed by the recent legislature gave arranged with bet.i j IN! MAYOR'S COURT OVER Mr. John Schnarr is one of the most
The committee will be
ter system it would not be composed of ,
necessary
masted schooner sighted in distress the right to either a majority of the j I: ardent advocates of the proposed
for the business to wait their teachers in the public schools. The
twelve miles off shore with her main property owners or to those owning upon j I I I bond issue for brick roads. He and
( PLUMBING ORDINANCEIAXAGER
committee will
return, and the regular meetings; grading get to work
topmast and bowsprit This a majority of the land to establish a Mrs. Schnarr returned yesterday
gone. might have continued with uninterrupted I and it will not be long before the applicants
vessel is believed to have been the drainage district and bond all the j from a trip to Eustis and they were

schooner Annie R. Heidritter hereto- lands in that district to pay the bill,!I' regularity. ,I results of will their be efforts.informed as to the ) JOE CHENEY OF THE impressed with the need for better

fore reported to be drifting helplessly the bonds to run for thirty years and I I roads.
I GAS WORKS
ANSWERS
eight miles southwest of Diamond to bear interest at the rate of 6 per | CAMINETTI GUILTY I BASEBALL RESULTS IN Mr. Schnarr thinks that the invest-

shoals with her rudder broken and cent.The I I I IN THE BIG LEAGUES: SPECTOR'S COMPLAINT ment would be a good one and that

otherwise disabled. The revenue cut- secretary, Mr. S. J. Triplett, I the enhanced values would more than

ter Seminole is proceeding to the disabled was instructed to issue a letter to all OF WHITE SLAVE CHARGE j Special to The SentinelXational I Manager Joe Y. Cheney of the Or pay for the bond issue,_to say noth-

schooner's assistance.An the large land owners or their agents League Results iI I lando gas works, was up before Mayor ing of the comfort and convenience
I
unknown oil ship reported I assessing them pro rata amounts to Chicago, 4; Cincinnati, 9. I: W. H. Reynolds yesterday morning that better roads would give.

ashore below Ocracoke was today cover the preliminary survey and NOT SENTENCED YET BUT MAY Boston, 0-0; Philadelphia, 1-0; (second ,' in that magistrate's court on a "Why, it's just like this," said Mr.

still unidentified. The United States making of expert report on the propi I GET FIVE YEARS AND game ten innings, darkness). I'I charge of having violated the plumbing Schnarr. "Suppose a cattle grower
Pittsburg, 8-11 St. Louis, 33.
seacoast telegraphic lines from Cape osition. BE FINED ; ordinance. The complaint was had four scrub cattle, he would sell
I ALSO New York, 5; Brooklyn, 0. I I
Henry are working only as far southas After the report of Mr. Ishman American League Results preferred by Plumbing Inspector Mc- them for a poor price, for th( j

Hatteras and no information had Randolph .received a meeting of all Special to The Sentinel I Intosh. wouldn't command anything but a
Cleveland, 7; Detroit, 6.
reached that point today which would land owners will be called, when a San Francisco, Sept. 5.Caminettiwas Manager Cheney returned only recently I poor price, but suppose he had a stall
i Washington, 3-1 New York 2-0.
lead to the identity of the steamer. vote will be taken upon the matterof I found guilty tonight on the first ; 1 from Dartmouth college, where fed blooded beef, he could sell the
St. Louis, 0 Chicago, 1. '
; I I he took a in mechanics
proceeding at once to begin the I count of the indictment charging him special course one for more than he could get for
Philadelphia, 3 Boston, 6.
USING DRAG OX APOPKA work of drainage. with violation of the white slave act, ; i i and since coming back has assumed the scrub ones combined. That illus-

ROAD TO ADVANTAGEMr. and not guilty on the second, third Southern League StandingMemphisBirmingham I j I charge of the gas plant. In the tration may not be the best to be

HOME FOR CEMETERY I and fourth counts. ; rain. I course of his work he has been installing used but it will do. So long as we
Nashville, 4 Montgomery, 3.
;
W. R. O'Neal returned The I gas apparatus about the city have poor roads we will get poor
yester- SEXTON COMPLETED i verdict means that Caminetti Chattanooga, 5; New Orleans, 1.
and failed to take account of the
prices for our lands and
day afternoon from a trip over some I did transport Lola Norris to Reno for Atlanta, 6; Mobile, 5; (second game I I ordinance that our produce
I plumbing
of the county roads, and reports that immoral but he I was passedby will cost us more to get it to market
Contractor 0. N. Larson has purposes, wasn'tguilty called in third inning).
com. the council while he absent.
was and we will lose at both ends. If
the Apopka road is being very much pleted the home of the of transporting Marsha War. we

improved by the use of an iron drag ton, and that individual cemetery has moved sex- rington or that he didn't "induce, per- AGENT SPEER GOES TO The ordinance requires that all have good roads the condition will be

which the commissioners have put on into it. It is a neat cottage which I suade and entice" either of the two HOSPITAL FOR OPERATIONNight plumbing must be done by or under changed entirely for the better. I
the supervision of a licensed plumber, hope the election will be called and
that highway. The work has been the city furnishes girls to make the trip.
to the
keeper of I Ticket Agent Theodore Speerof i and be tested in accordance with provisions that the bonds will be issued."
needed for some time, and the good the grounds. Philip Bunn who Under the verdict Caminetti can
is the
the Atlantic Coast Line is to be contained in the ordinance.
:Mr. Schnarr
results that following the use of be given five reported a very dry
are sexton, will be years and be fined five
comfortably located in
the drag afford cause for thanks to his new home. Contractor thousand dollars. operated upon at a local hospital for I Mr. Cheney was not advised of the condition in the Eustis country.

the commissioners. Larson'sbill appendicitis. He has been succwded changes that had taken place and
of $615 for building the .
house at the ticket office by Ray Dempsey,, pleaded a technical though unintentional THE WEATHER

was among the August bills approved Go to Curtis & O'Neal for the of Clermont: Mr. Speer's many.1 violation of the ordinance. The -

. Do it today-subscribe for The: for payment by the chairman pro tem cheapest and best line of bound books friends that he will him dismissed
Daily Sentinel trust pass under'I case against was by Florida: Local rain Saturday and
of the finance committee of council 60 cents. '" I'the the .
operation successfully. mayoT- probably Sunday.

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AX UP.TO-DATE CITY never figured out the cost of gas as -
IX EVERY RESPECT BUT compared with the present cost of 'llllo=eOIIOIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIO""llllllllllllllltt

OXE-THE GAS SITUA- cooking with coal or wood plus the

TIOXASITHASBEENEvery drudgery, constantly of bringing puting it it into to the the kitchen stove, ray 0 era House Sa1urd a p t.

carrying out the ashes, and cleaningup ,
one who has ever lived i in
the dirt and mess.
Orlando has always considered it to --
be a modern, up-to-date city, in fact, A most noticeable way in which ---
the people of Orlando are behind the GREAT SPECIAL ENGAGEMENTAVORIT
one of the most wide-awake cities i in
times, however, is the lack of all
the
state, and yet there is one way ORLANDO'S
in which the people of Orlando are kinds of gas appliances, such as heating Mr. EDOUARD D'OIZEAssisted
system, automatic water heaters,
far behind the times
and slow to real
irons, and in fact appliances for
ize the value of modern improve every by MISS EUGENIA FLAGG
operation which requires heat, either SHIRT
SALE
ments. This is in the use of gas,
in the home or the industrial world. And all New
which in almost every modern city is i an York Shakespearean Companyin
There are very few of these appliances
found in
practically every home, andhas
in Orlando, and here again it is -
to a great extent displaced the
use of wood and coal for cooking and because the people have never been
heating. The people of Orlando have awakened to the possibilities of gas
as a heating agent.
never been brought to realize the "The Merchant
great convenience, cleanliness, and There may be a good reason for all
of these facts, but we hope that, both
comfort of the
gas range and gas ''AT-
heaters, consequently they have kept for their own advantage, and ours, I
on using the same old wood or coal the public will realize their opportu. of "
stove with its dirt and drudgery, ex j nity and begin to cook and heat with Brown&Lartiues'See venice
cept in a few instances where they gas, and we intend to do our part by

have used gas in some other place and increasing the quality of the gas and I A Car Load of Scenery, Costumes and Effects
making the price better.
insist on having a gas range here be I
There is now being used in Orlando
cause having once become accus
tomed to cooking and heating with less than 20,000 cubic feet of gas per i

gas, it is impossible to get along com ay. Our ambition is to make this I PRICES: Night..2 c. 50c Toe.:; 81.00 and S1.5U !
fortably without it. 50,000 within a year, and for this reason -'
we have taken as our motto,'
There are a great many people them in Widow
here also, who use gas for only a part of Better it." gas We, better service, and more, Seats on Sale Friday, September 3th.at Butt's !
simply ask the public toi
of their cooking, not realizing that i iis it I
absolutely unnecessary to keep two consider our proposition, call us on';' .,1111 e+o Dill C I; 1)+0 ;.I 0 C e C IIII C Q It 110 IIIIII.JII
phone 6, and let us figure on your
when
ranges
everything can be
needs, and we feel sure we can sat-
cooked on gas just as cheaply, and isfy you. DQ II ;Ie ; III W I U I U III U 1111111111 It 111111111111//
in fact better, because the heat in a
ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO. i
gas stove can be regulated and keptat

all just times.exactly By the using right gas temperatureat alone the, IORE PLAYERS ELIGIBLE f r m 111We N t T irtJ n

cost of cooking in these instances FOR ANOTHER GOLF TOURNEY J

cost would of be operating decreased the by coal practically range, the not.I. New York, Sept. 4.-Nine more I INEnli, THE SENTINEL E r F08 R THE EW S !I

layers have been will be pleased to list
to speak of all the extra trouble and I made eligible to -- --- I both city and county
in the : II I
compete
national
work caused by its use. The principal amateur property, both improved and unimproved. A postal or
championship tournament
over the
reason for keeping two I
rangesis links of the Garden I telephone call will
merely because they have been in i City Golf club SPECIAL FOR bring a representative.
September 6. i

the the habit coal of stove cooking and think certain that thingson they The following players received a I SATURDAY and MONDAYLace 1 I I''
rating of six in the ,
handicap list of
could not be cooked RITTAIN
as well on the & WAY
gas. This idea has absolutely no the United States Golf association. j'
i
foundation except imagination, E. E. Giles, C. C.; R. S. Kampbann,

cooking easily be the demonstrated"doubtful" by simply as can sau San Antonio C. C.; E.C.F.C.;Mayberry S. C. Mabon, Charleston NasII Banding 25c per yard REAL ESTATE AND INVESTMENTS

dishes on the C. C. II. L. Nichol, 15 SOUTH ORANGE
; Midland C. Ribbons AVENUE
gas under the direction lOc
of
one of the yard
cooks who C.; W. Thompson, Allegheny C. C.; per
many
thing. uses gas for every; and A. F. Ulmer, Florida C. C. Trimmed Hats $2.00 Each " '.fiifM h
The United States Golf associationalso
There are many more instances of issued a warning recently to the
Want-advertise
for household help!
a similar nature NOTICE
which could be
cited,
effect that the entries for the
nation
-making it strongly i
and there are also probable i in-1
many people wh al amateur championship will not be Those desiring to make changes fa
do not stead of barely possible, that you'll
IISSESffAITLM&DUMAgents
use
gas simply because j
it has their advertisements
accepted after August 30. succeed in the must have their
quest.
not been
brought to their atetntioand j ropy |in this office not later than noon
they have never given the idea a Little cost-big returns-from i i of each day to insure publication.
serious consideration. They have Sentinel want ads. for Barclay Corsets The Sentinel does commercial print.1 Do it right now. Subscribe for The
!, ing as good as the best. i Daiiy Sentinel.
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of the latest arrivals in the newspaper \\\ come to us and we r.

world in Florida.. The Herald is i I: II will guarantee you i i Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh
given a cordial welcome. satisfaetoryworkat prices LEARN ABOUT
I and pure.
that are RIGHT. let oour children eat Ice Cream our quality confections b> a trial pur-

A new railroad is to enter Pensa-i simply caution them to insist c chase of a pound box of our We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We haveeverything
cola and active construction work has HiimiMMIIIIMMIIilMMUNXIMAKERS upon
CHOCOLATESBON in the Meat Line.
been started on it. The name of the, -
t BONSA
new road is the Memphis and Pensa-: POINSETTIAThere
I
cola railroad. Notices of Lost. Wanted For Sale For "pointer" for the person wanting The PARLOR MARKETH. i
Rent etc.. for this column 25c for one day, the best at a reasonable price-the
Soc for three days, or Toe for one week, for is a dealer in your town
Monday, September 29, has been 25 words or less. Money must accompanythe utmost in purity and deliciousness.
that
makes
a specialty of POINSETTIA

fixed the Hillsboro boardof advertisements for this column as no aintily packed and in the '
by county original
insertions will be made on credit. Ice Cream and you can I' M. Self & Co.
education as the day on which the safely send your children there shapes and variety of finors.BU1T'S .
schools shall be for i
Tampa opened
MISCELLANEOUSNasturtium unattended for POINSETTIA Ice
18.20 PINE STREET
the school .
year.Pensacola.Henry Cream I
is made from PURE Kandy KitchenOur
seed at McElroj's.Money .
CREAM thoroughly sterilized and Phone No. 80
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Lindsay, son of
to loan on improved prop- is SAFE.
Martin Lindsay, mialcsaire; capitalistof erty. S. Y. WAY. job department is equippedwith .
Mobile and Pollard, Ala., a retired up-to-date faces of type, modern MHttfllllMIIIHIMMMinilfttttilllllMailMilMIMIMIMIMMtlOiHMMM

sawmill operator, was killed near Hotel Breakers, Daytona Beach; a Ito for tale machinery and competent workmen,

Peace, Fla. A tire blew out as he new hotel; has all modern conveniences in your town and prepared to turn out beautifuland

was speeding in his automobile.A ; fronts on Ocean just southof artistic work. Estimates fur- et US ligunn your Job Pr1thgIf

ocean pier. Rates $2.50 per day V.W.ESTES&CO. nished and satisfaction guaranteed. !

large gang of workmen is rushing and upwards. Special rates by the --- -

the construction of the new powerhouse week or month. We make a special ORLANDO, FLA.No. i 1'11"1"1j"
for the St Petersburg Invest ty of sea food dinners Thursday evenings " " "


ment The largest foundations company monolithic in are the blocks said Sunshine to ever be City.con the and Sunday FORSALEFOR noon., 7-8-tf. ---. 6 --- - emmmnmmmmm j":1 fl I WIL I I P ol!_itMMMOIMMHMMMMH*


structed in the state of Florida. SALE-One horse, buckboardand J. A. "ROWE ..11111. . "
11111111 1111 lliu
harness. T. J. Shepard, No. 5
W. Jackson street. 9-5-3t Attorney at La w
The Tampa Motorcycle club is con s
sidering plans for the erection of a Garden seed at McElroy's. Practices in all the Courts

club house in that city. They hope to A
complete arrangements in time to ASK Coffee.your grocer for Jackson 6-21-tf.Square Room 11-Mc.Neill & Davis Building _

have their house warming by Christ

mas. The plans call for a one-story FOR SALE-New modern five-room J. d ANNO I GasRangec dr/1
house, centrally located. Apply this I e
building on bungalow type, with three
office. 7-1 d & w tf
rooms. One room to be the general 0_ _o.
club room, wilt be constructed for BUY a lot in Thornton Park, a nice The Boys' CIothiei -_. ;
suburb in east part of the city. Cad -
dancing and other entertainment Jensen. ; : [tit

45 W. Church Street
Fully seven thousand people took FOR SALE-Two good sound and
$$14OO.
gentle mules. Fine workers ..nda
in the Labor exercises in
part Day _- -_
bargain, if taken at once. Call on
Plant City Monday. It is understoodthat or address C. Whitney Wright, Orlando We Extend to You an Invitationnow Number 187 5..
a number traveled fifteen milesto Fla. 7-10 d & w
$14.00 Number 52$20.00What
be present for the occasion. The to call at our sample rooms
FOR SALE-Player piano, 88-note,
big parade, which was a special fea- Remington, made by Starr Piano ,number 11 Arcade BIdg, to look over kind of a coal or wood range could you get for $14.00 or $20.00 But then, you can't
ture, was led by the Plant City boardof Co., Richmond, Ind. Cost $700 new compare these neat and handy ranges to coal or wood stoves, because a Gas Range is a coal
trade and band. After the afternoon slightly used, good shape in every respect our selection of over 600 Suitingsfor stove with a college education." A Gas Range doesn't radiate heat through all four sides to heat
a Will make some reduction for up the kitchen and ,waste fuel, all the heat is used where it is needed and there is always just
sports there was music and cash. Music with same. For further Autumn and Winter, 1913. Youshould the amount you want. Neither do you have to "lug" coal or wood for a Gas Range-just twist,

dancing at the armory. information apply to P. 0. Box 114 not let another day pass before the wrist and strike a match. ORLANDO WATER AND LIGHT CO., Gas Department. .,
Winter Garden, Fla7.10.4 \
Exports from the port of Pensacolafor you make your selections. 11.1111.lllllellllllllllllllllll.I.IIII.II.I.I.11111IIIII' III"III'
FOR RENT IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIOI'IOI IIIIIIIII
August amounted to $869,188, Argentina - When you have your measure taken

getting the largest percentage I FOR RENT-Cottage end flat, furnished .
you don't have to walk out of
i ourplace
of the business with England. and unfurnished.

Holland, Italy and Germany coming 6-26 tf. JAMES A. KNOX. "Hoping it will be right." You MIMMIIItlltMMM'MMMMIMMMMHiiSPECIAL
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next in importance. The principal WANTEDWANTEDPlain can be sure of it. We will Guarantee
product exported was yellow pine.
The exports for the month were un- sewing of all satisfaction and that our suits are the PRICES !I

der the figure expected on accountof kinds. 13 Church street, over Favorite I Best Quality. ;

the fact that very little naval theater. 9-3-lmo I

stores was shipped during the month. MEN'S FASHION SHOP
I
LOST AND FOUND
-Pensacola Journal.REQUISITION. 11 Arcade Bld'. Orlando, Fla.
LOST-On the road from Zellwood : .
IS ASKED to Orlando via Apapka and Ocoee, We always have special prices, but we

new 33x4 Goodrich tire on rim. Finder -
do not have sales.
Tampa, Sept. Application has I will receive reward.by returning to any

been made to Governor Emmett San Juan Garage company. 5-2t Our plan is to take the money it would

O'Neal of Alabama for requisition
pa- FOUND-A riding skirt. Owner can make sale and it into Real l
pers for Columbus Holcombe, a negro cost to a put
get same by calling at the Sentinel

,murder who is wanted in connection here on the with chargeof the office and paying for this ad. arc 1y Bargains, such as will be to our custom-

shooting of two white men at Port ANNOUNCEMENTJust ers' advantage.We .
Tampa a short time ago. Holcombe -----

was arrested in Birmingham, Ala.' received new lot factory seconds mention a few articles that will go
They look good to us.

I. W. PHILLIPS & SONS. at reduced prices :


ABOU BEN ADHEM. NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS Regular $2.50 and $3.00 White Pique
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Abou ben Adheiu-inay his tribe This is an appeal to the advertiserwho Skirts at $1.74.
increase sends in Saturday afternoonfor I
cxpy
Awoke oue night from a deep the Sunday paper, and to tell him This book tells how everybody : Regular $1.50 and $ 2.00 White Skirtsat

dream of peace tJ get it to this office not later than pays and whether or not they :

And saw within the moonlight twelve o'clock (noon) SATURDAYIf are entitled to credit. : 96 Cents.

in his room [ it is received later than this hourwe "
Making it rich and like a lily in A new line of Shirt Waists and Balkan
cannot handle it it will impossible .
bloom. as be ORLANDO BUSINESS MEN'S :

An angel writing in a book of to set it up for him. ASSOCIATION. Blouses from 46 Cents up. '

gold.E1in.
TO PROPERTY OWNERS: 25 Per Cent off on Shoes.
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peace had made Ben MMMMimiMMMIMMM
Adheiu bold. I am now settled in larger, brighterand I

And to the presence in the room better quarters in the Rock build EVERYTHINGIN

he said."What ing, opposite the San Juan hotel,

whitest, thou?" The vision rooms 1 and 2, which my increasing -


And.Answered.sweet with raised accord."The a look its names head made of of those all I',business ready am to revising required.I list your my. sales city and list, country and am I L FEEDFOR H, K ll 1'1' Baraill r[ mr Orlallifo.ll


who love the Lord. property.
From all reports received from my -
".\nd is mine one?" said Aboo. I friends and business connections in MiiiimMimttiiiHMHMItiMtlMtMMMItmitMIMMMI

"Xaj. not so." the North; I shall do a large busines

Replied But more cheerily the low.angel.still and Abou said spoke"I this winter to sell, the and properties will use my listed best with efforts LIVE[ STOCK T L LLAUBACH ti ....11.111'.111111..


pray thee then. me.I t Serviceable aod ccessories at [cDnDmical rrices
Write me as one that loves his have many satisfied customers, Stylish an are ( f

fellow men." who became winter residents of Or .

lando and vicinity by my personal

The The angel next wrote night and vanished. efforts, and they are now boosting for The Grain Man. Suits for men, women or boys. If you intend to spend the holiday out of

It came again, with a great Orlando and Church Street, Phone 18 Dresses for women and girls. town do not forget these:

wakening light Yours truly, IMMMMIIIIIIIiMilitlfcFOR Straw or felt hats or caps for man or boy. UMBRELLAS
And showed the names whom CARL JANSEN, New Neckwear. PARASOLS

love of God had blessed. Real Estate, Notary Public, Fire! Crepe and muslin waists. RAINCOATS

And. lo. Ben Adhem's name led Insurance. 1m d&w SALE Wool and cotton ,dress skirts. Suit Cases Trunks
all the rest! Grips or --a Complete
-Leigh Bunt Bargains in type, body and job Balkan blouses. Line.
As an advertising medium the Sunday
from six point up, in large quantities
newspaper has no equal. If you ; stands.caies.and eks' Nonpareil ..
are skeptical as to the results obtained press12z17, o' ,Come In and'pay'is a,visit anytime justto look around.. We feel sure yw will see

Good printing is a business neces I by the use of printer's ink, try with steam fixtua ; : ., something to Interest JML

sity. You can get it at the Sentinel an advertisment in the Sunday Sen 'lot of oCallo

office. Let us have your next order. tinel. No copy taken after Saturdaynoon. : : SALOMON ORLANDOi!

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DAILY !COUNTIES CAN NOT SUBLEASE II I.commissioners of state institutions The people should be heard from, and . . . ... . .,.-. '!

South Florida SentinelMORNING CONVICTSThe I the sum of $10 each per month. now since they are to have the op-

I "Sec. 6. All convicts as classifiedas portunity to make their views knownit

AND WEEKLY Sentinel observes that some of I, class or grade one in section 3 of is to be hoped that they will seize FACTORY SECONDS

JOSIAH FERRIS, Editor and Owner the newspapers of the state are in j this act that are not set apart to the chance, and that the mass meeting -

error concerning the recently enacted counties, as provided in section 5 of to be held at the court house Sep
Entered at the postoffice at Orlando, Flor law in rgard to state convicts.It this act, shall be leased by the boardof tember 16 will be
ida, as Second Class Mail Matter. __ a great success. NEW LOT JUST RECEIVED, AND
seems to be the impression with commissioners of state institutionsto o
RATES
SUBSCRIPTION these papers that the counties may private lessees on or before the 1st Miami Metropolis: Orlando is to THEY LOOK JUST AS GOODS

THE DAILY SENTINEL lease convicts from the state and then day of January, A. D. 1914, and said have a new hundred room hotel be- : THE GUARANTEED CASINGS,

One Year ....................$5.00 sub-lease the convicts to private indi- lease shall be made to run for the fore the tourist season opens. It':
..... 2-50 vduals.; The law authorizes nothingof term not to exceed two years from does seem that the making of Seminole AND WITH DUE CARE WILL
Six Months ..............
Three Months ... ... ........ I-25 the kind. It is provided that coun- January 1st, 1914, and all leases made county was a lucky move for GIVE THE FULL GUARANTEED
ties may lease convicts from the state by the board of commissioners of everybody. !
carrier in Orlando, 50 cenU per for a limited period. The law fixes
By news state institutions shall be directly to o MILEAGE, AND COST YOU
and Sunday. I
month. Daily
the date prior to which applicationmay the lessees who
shall use said convicts "Fort is
flyers brick
piling
The Orlando Morning Sentinel can be foundon on top ABOUT ONE-THIRD
sale in Orlando at Curtis & 0'Neall BookStore be made by the counties at August and said convicts shall not besub.leased of each other," says an exchange. |
and Wright Brothers 15, 1913, but the Board of State by said lessees." I
Not to take them down again, we1
We will appreciate prompt complaint if Institutions has extended this date to LESS.'p
delivery is not promptly made by our -.mers. o hope.
------ 22 instant.
---- September The only thing
Advertising rates will be furnished on ap SELF MADE MAN
in the act in regard to
plication. letting con . . : . . . . i'
THE WEEKLY SENTINEL victs to private lessees is the pro
"There is another instance of a
Per year, by mail postage paid.$1..OO vision which makes it optional with I
Address THE SENTINEL, Orlando Florida purely self made man," said an Orlando [. 'Gasoline. 20c SHOP SERVICE
Office 101 Court Street. Arcade Building.Phone the Board of State Institutions toI' ;
I gentleman to the Sentinel man ,
24. lease those convicts to private
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SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 6, 1913.It ties after January 1, 1914, for a par-ija period I I evening as he pointed to the picture ', :\ GULF GASOLINE 22cThat j
of F. B. Kellogg, president of .|
of not more than two years THE RIND THAT BRINGS A
took the Canucks to get Jerome's 'the j American Bar association, as it '
which have not been let to the coun- i
appeared in a daily paper along with' :, is the way several of the CUSTOMER BACK
j THE NEXT
goat. ties. It i is probably worth while to j I
President Taft, Elihu Root, Lord : ':, leading garages in a big Georgia
o quote those sections of the law which :, TIME, FOR IT INCLUDES
Mr. Thaw's popularity in Canada i is have a bearing on this subject, as I High Chancellor Haldane and others. i| : city had their signs read not so PUMPING -
"I was well acquainted with Frank I
remarkable.The follows: long ago. TIRES, FILING OIL LAMPS,
Kellogg before he had studied a word I :
baseball season o is drawing tan "Sec. 3. That on or before the 1st of law, and while he was in a little i| : H+H+ AM KEEPING CAR NICELY POL

? day of July, 1913, the state prison I select school in Rochester, Minn. He I : There must be a reason for it.
fans do
the
what
end will now
; physician shall examine and grade all 1 ISHED. ALL THIS IS A PART OF
came in from the country to attend '
-o-- prisoners, and shall divide the said I CULF GASOLINE
If have views on the road bonding i school] through the winter, and was : OUR SIIOP SERVICE-AND IT IS
you to shed them on convicts into two grades or classes;,,'| about as verdant as could be. The : IS BETTER

the question sixteenth., prepare to-wit: Grade or class one, which I only remarkable characteristic that i!: However it does not cost you FREE.

o shall consist of all able-bodied con;:,|! he seemed to possess at that time, I any more in Orlando than the

Miami is to pave with creosoted victs; grade or class two, which shall vas his egotism. lie entered a law : other kind.
consist of women, infirm male convicts office in Rochester
and :
wood block. Pensacola has tried the studied in the .1t...
and all convicts classed
as hospital -
old fashioned
After

experiment Nothing political successfully.o has come out of "Sec.subjects.4. All convicts graded or run( for to city the attorney bar way.he had and the was being nerve elected admitted to :I: P.G.WALTONAgcnt I. w. PHILLIPS" & SONS o oalllllllllllllllllll'IIIII'IIII'IIII.IIIIIIIIIII.64

Jacksonville in the past two days. classed as grade two, shall, on the This was his start to celebrity. He : PHONES {12JJUMMMIHMMMIMMMM

Why, what's the matter? 1st day of January, 1914, or as soon made good and was elected county attorney :

o as possible thereafter, be placed on and rose rapidly and was :

the said state prison farm, in Bradford eventually offered a partnership with .
Wonder if Roosevelt sent word to - - - - - - -
the American Bar association, "If you county, Florida, to be used on Senator Davis of St. Paul, Minnesota.He ________ T -

don't take Taft, you'll have to take the said state prison farm as the was appointed by President Taft
me." board of commissioners of state i institutions to prosecute the Standard Oil com

--o may direct; and the board pany a few years ago and in that

The Times Union's new poultry department of commissioners of state institutionsshall famous action he gained the title of SEPTEMBER
FOR
is worth crowing about. It employ the necessary superintendent "trust buster." He is undoubtedly a

is timely, practical and down to the wardens, guards and physi- great lawyer, but not a little of his
sians to conduct said state prison success is due to his self confidence
minute in the class of information it I
disseminates. farm, and shall purchase all the necessary which has e<"ried him forward and Birthday Gifts The SapphireSEPTEMBER'S

o -- stock, implements and material upward when a more modest man
Chairman Bostwick of the board of to be used on said farm for the would have remained with the rabbleat

bond trustees of Jacksonville has delivered operation thereof. the bottom of fame's ladder. Self

his farewell address to that "Sec. 5. That on or before the 15thday ,'assurance has made many an otherwise -

body, but Boss-Murphy is still on I the of August, 1913, the county commissioners mediocre man famous. Frank

job in New York. of counties desiring to use B. Kellogg has made himself, and STONE IS THE SAPPHIREEMBLEMOF

o and work state convicts upon the public need not 'be ashamed of the job.

John Skelton Williams, assistantsecretary roads of said counties, shall applyto --0-- CONSTANCY, TRUTH, HAPPINESS AND SUCCESS.

of the treasury, has forbid the board of commissioners of THE COMMISSIONERS DID WELLof LET US SHOW IT TO YOU MOUNTED IN A BRACELET .
lunch boxes, handbags and the like in state institutions for any number 1

the treasury department, and the ladies state convicts the said county may i f The Sentinel wishes to congratu HANDY PIN, BAR PIN, LOCKET OR RING, ANY
are raising hob about it, because desire to use for working its public
'
late the county commissioners upon ONE OF WHICH WILL MAKE HER EYES SP ARILE'ITII
they will have no place to carry roads; and said board of commissioners taking so commendable a move as to

their powder puffs. Men are thoughtless of state institutions shall set call a mass meeting for the discus- DELIGHT.
brutes! apart the number of state convicts'''
required by such sion of the proposed election for FOR MEN WE HAVE THIS BEAUTIFUL, CLEAR-
o county or counties !bonds to build brick roads.

Mr. Roosevelt advises Mr. Sulzerto from the class or grade one, as classified -;: By taking this step the commissioners BLUE GEM IN SCARF PINS, TIE CLASPS AND CUFF

tell all about it, and great prominence : i- in section 3 of this act, and such have evinced a wholesome un-
is given Mr. Roosevelt's letterof county or counties using and working! LINKS.
I 4 I derstanding of that principle of popular -
advice. That is nothing new; all state convicts upon the public roads
government which recognizes COME IN AND SEE TIIE 1.T..Evans .
of Mr. Sulzer's friends have advisedhim shall guard, clothe, feed, maintainand the right of the people 10 have voice

to do the same thing, but he has give medical attention to all convicts in their own affairs.

persistently refused to follow that advice in the county or counties' care' While the very form of our government -
; that's why people at the expense of said
are growing county or counties recognizes this principle, it is
suspicious.It ; and shall at all times
be underthe
r nevertheless true
I that many office
o supervision of the board of commissioners > holders do not, and seem to think, on the Jeweler
begins to look as though the only of state institutions, and I the contrary, that instead of being

safety for a Tampa man who wishesto shall comply with all rules and regu public servants that they are chosen ,

visit St. Petersburg is to take lations as may be prescribed by the to be dictators or overlords of the

along a bodyguard consisting of threeor commissioner of agriculture and the public rights and property OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE
four husky Tampa policemen. It bo.ard.of commissioners of
state inshtutJons. -, We are glad that the commission-
also appears that the only correct The county or countiesworking ers of Orange county have assumed

way for a St. Pete man to visit Tampa and using state convicts up- no such ridiculous attitude. The matter EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING

and her jug houses, is to appoint on the public roads, as provided in of calling an election for road

enough revenue agents to give each this act, shall pay to the board of bonds is one of great importance.
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visitor a special attendant to pre I
vent him from carrying home a small _
:
I
sized saloon instead of a family sup-


ply. o San Juan

Have you notice dthat left-handed Garage

pump in the otherwise natural and

pretty picture on the front cover of

the Evening current Post number? And of did the you Saturday ever no- All that is in favor in Ladies'

tice that in nearly all the
picturesone rzlZ.. ....... "
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REBUILTOne -- -
sees of a man milking a cow the

artist usually places him on the left

hand side of the cow? There are left-

handed men and ambidextrous men,

but the world. has yet to produce a Furnishings and Fancy Notions

bossy that will "hist" and allow the 1912 Five Passenger Touring, Car,
milker to begin operations on her left
side. The left-handed pump is not complete, new tires I

an impossibility, but an improbabilit
$450

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The coroner who investigated the '

wreck of the New Haven railroad held; One Cadlliac]Flve|Passenger
TouringCar
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the investigation behind closed doors. ,

lie said that the public was not con complete S.ii'iarion

cerned in the hearing. There were .

twenty-one lives lost in the wreck, $600 :
and there were many others injured. i I

The New Haven railroad exercises a I II

public franchise and the coroner One I
1912
Four
holds a public office. It would Passenger 30 h.p. Car
probably : <-33% fo *
be interesting to hear him ex complete
B. Ive
plain how the hearing could be any

thing but a public affair in which the $550

public was vitally in+erested. It i is i iI

seasonable to add that officials act

ing in a public capacity have no right I

to withhold: their doings from the Don't forget that cur Ajax Tires carry a written EXCLUSIVE MILLINERY PARLORS

public.capacity Everything is of they public do in interest an official I 1'I guarantee of 5,000 miles. McCALLUM SILK HOSIERY SeCOnd Floor BON TON CORSETSTHE


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Mr. H. E. Rucker has gone to Louisville BOYS PRE-EMIT TENT; LIST OF LETTERS ADVERTISED "11"I""IIIIIII'IIIIIIIII""IIIIII"'C"'II'iC'\

Ky. LADIES HAVE NO SHOW
WADE ; At Orlando postoffice for week end-

THE TUNER :,i| Mr. Spec Campbell, of DeLand, Some time ago the Municipal ing September 5, 1913. Please say What to Eat !
ORLANDO. FLA. spent last night in Orlando. League secured the loan of a tent "advertised" when calling.W. .

J from the Board of Trade to be usedas R. O'NEAL, P. M.
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!1 Mr. Sumpter Davis left last night a dressing apartment for the ladies Men's List.-Alvars, C. C.; Ben-

i Forty guests registered at the San for Macon, Ga., on business. who wished to go in lake Leora nett, John; Borns, Joe; Brown, Bob;
for swimming. The tent was set up Beverly, W. F.; Dye Mfg. Co.; Comes, CELERY PUMPKINCABBAGE
Juan yesterday. ,
!j! Mr. J. H. Griffin has gone to Met-and has been in constant use, but not Charlie (or Games); Christian, M. L.; STRING BEANS
by the ladies. The boys have taken Drew, J. F. Gilyard, G. Gloover,
Mr. John T. Dale will leave todayfor calf, Ga., where he will spend several ; ; TOMATOES ONIONS
Washington D. C., on business.Mr. days. i I possession of the tent, and the ladies John; Holliday, Henry; Harn, Tom- OKRA ALLIGATOR PEARS
:are still without accommodations of mie; Henry, Lau; Hampton, Wade;
this kind. The members of the league Johnson, Freemon; King, Frank; PEPPERS PINEAPPLES
B. B. Woodward, of Galveston, Mr. E. A. Thomas, a
Orlando's visitors prosperouscitizen who secured the tent are now scout- Neal, John; Neal, John; Osteen, C. SQUASH BANANAS
Texas is
among of Arcadia, is spending todayin
ing around for method of keep-
some R.; Salesman E. K. Rosborough;
today. Orlando. ing the boys out, for so long as they Stookes, C. W.; Stevens, F. M.; Waiters THE ABOVE ARE A FEW OF THE MANY GOOD THINGS

No- appropriate the tent the ladies are .R. P.; Gregary, David; Zow,' WE 11.\"E.
wata. The tide of travel has turned Flor- deprived of the pleasures of the dip, Adam; Young, Frank. 1
idaward and all incoming trains bring since there are no other accommodations Women's List.-Alston, Mrs.
several weeks.
summer absentees.Mr. to be had at the lake. Keep out Greene; Bryant, Miss F. Rose; ', COME AND SEE FOR YOURSELF.

Miss Mary Rock returned yesterday of the tent, boys; do not be ungallant Barnes, Miss Grace; Converse, Mrs.;

from North Carolina, where she R. T. Crowell returned yesterday Mary; Dagnid, Mr. and Mrs.; Hay-j:
spent several weeks. from Tampa, where he went sev- wood, Rosie; Hauberg, Miss Lenta; CUT FLOWERS AND POTTED PLANTS.
eral days since on business.Mr. RUSSELL-EHRET Jackson, Mrs. Hattie; Loyd, Miss Bessie -''I''

Mrs. J.V.. Prentis, of Kissimmee, I i ; Prowder, Miss F. L.; Walker
is the guest of Mrs. A. Y. Fuller. James King has returned from i The announcement of the marriage Mrs. J.V..; Williams, Mrs. Katie. i \ THE SANITARY GROCERY

Mr. Prentis is expected Sunday.Mr. Waynesville, N. C., where he was en, of Miss Vivian Russell, daughter of I I
gaged for the season as clerk in the. Mr. George I. Russell, of Orlando,,PLEASANT PICNIC PARTY i| CARUTHERS & GORE

J. G. Manuel left yesterday for Kenmore hotel. will come as a distinct surprise to I AT LAKE APOPKA;. f Phone 200 6 & 8 Pine Street

points in Ohio and New York, return the many friends of the family. Miss I HIIIMitMHUMMMMimtMtlMIMMIMMIIIHIIIGolfer's
ing to Orlando about October first. ( Miss Sara Belle Limerick arrived ; Russell was married in Buffalo I Wednesday afternoon a pleasant!' -.
from Jacksonville Thursday evening.I Wednesday to Mr. Carl Ehret. The party composed of Mr. Donald Cheney -i - -

Order your meats for your Sunday and will be the guest of Miss Roberta first news of the wedding came in the and Miss Glenn Cheney, Misses!II i-- :

dinner from the Parlor Market. Stall Branch on North Orange avenue fora form of a message from the bride to I Willie and Agnes Persons, Mr. Wilbur -, Supplies
fed Florida beef today. Phone 80. It few days. her father. She had left home abouta Tilden and Mr. Hayes, went to I I
week ago for a visit to friends in lake Apopka for a picnic. They were I
Cincinnati. The bride is a charming chaperoned by Mr. and Mrs. Don Mc-! @
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Hyer and son, A card received from Mr. and Mrs.
young woman and the groom is a Kinnon, of Oakland. A motor boat!
Master Robert, returned yesterdayfrom Elijah Hand gives their address as
young business man of sterling worth excursion on the lake was enjoyedand I
a two months' visit to Tennesseeand Saranac Lake, N. Y. They are en- makes needed the
who holds an important position with the party returned to Oakland I Spalding everything by
North Carolina.Mr. joying cool weather and expect to return I
to Orlando next month. the International Harvester company. for supper, being entertained at the I
The couple will make their home in home of the Tildens. I II golf player, and his name is a guarantee of
L. R. Mulholland returned last I
Akron, 0., after spending several
night from Jacksonville in his large Mr. James M. Platt, Jr., has re- !I
weeks in travel on their honeymoon.Carl MR. DeWITT MILLER AND MISS of material and
touring car, where he had been for sumed his duties as cashier and collector I highest quality workmanship.
ARLINE MAJOR TO WED I
several days on business. < for the Orlando Water and

Light company, after spending his W. Dollins, of Jacksonville, is Friends of Mr. Clinton DeWitt Miller Sample clubs carried in stock, or we can

Messrs. Lawrence and Augustus vacation in Waynesville, N. C. visiting his parents, :Mr.: and Mrs. L. manager of the Wyoming hotel,I
J. Dollins. About Mr.
Gentile and Mr. Mayer left yesterdayfor Dollins entered the a Salvation year ago of Orlando, will be interested in the''order just the club you specify, in weightor
Frost Proof to look after their Prof. C. P. Belknap of Gotha was Armyat following invitation, which has been
large grove interests in that section.Mr. in town Tuesday taking the examina- Jacksonville, and he expects to go received here
: length or shape. We furnish the famous
to New York soon and take the course
tion for teaching. Professor Belknap Mr. and Mrs. Frank Major
prescribed, in the school in that city,
J. E. Groves returned yesterday taught for several years in Osceola invite to be presentat
when he will receive a commissionfor you "Never Slip" grips. Red Dot and all Dimple
after an absence from Orlandoof county before removing to Orange the marriage of their daughter
the work. He is much interestedin
three months. He divided his time county.-Osceola Journal. Arlineto
between Kentucky and North Caro the mission that he has taken up. balls in stock at all times,

lina. ', J. H. Reese of the South Florida Mr. Clinton DeWitt Milleron I
Sentinel at Orlando, and former editorof Messrs. W. R. Beckwith and S. R. Saturday twentieth of September II W. S. BRANCH

Mrs. H. M. Self returned yesterdayfrom the Journal, was a pleasant caller Wallace, of Tampa, reached Orlando nineteen hundred and thirteenat I ,
Mount Pleasant, Mich., where at the Journal office Monday. He reports last night in their automobile and half past seven o'clock I The Arcade Book and Music StoreI

she has spent the summer. :Miss things flourishing in Orlando, are spending the day in the city. Seven Pennsylvania avenue I

Ella Fox, a sister of Mrs. Self, accompanied which we know is the case, for theyare J Tunkhannock, PennsylvaniaFor
her home and will spend always doing things in that hus- Fine Florida beef, stall fed, at Parlor !I ) SCHOOL PRINCIPALS. FOR RENT-Store room on the busy
the winter here. tling burg.-Osceola Journal.ItllillllMHMIIIIMIMMMMeMIIIMMMMMM. Market. Phone 80. It 1 the new;, read The Sentinel. I I The school piano should be gottenin I corner of Church and Garland

good condition for the opening of streets. Size of store 24x70. Good
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>MiiiiniiMMMMMIMIMMitlllllliiltltiMMMTHE good instrument from the start.I store. W. M. Slemons. 9-6.1m
Please send in your orders NOW be-
fore the stress of the busy seasonis Get some of that fine stall fed

on. Florida beef at the Parlor Market to
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an income tax to be collected from I
writing the new: tariff bill an those who have incomes. of over i
earnest effort has been made to reduce $4,000 a >ear. ORLANDO 7 I I
the taxes on the necessities of "Will the high cost of living be re- Atlas [L / Seal fruit Jars :
life and allow the rates of duty to duced by the enactment into law of BUSINESS COLLEGE i LI. i
rest on luxuries. this tariff bill?" Of course, it is difficult -
Perfumery is taxed 72 per cent un- to give a definite answer, since ALL SIZES
der the present law, and 74 per cent the profits of the middleman are, as
under the Wilson-Underwood bill. a rule, a large part of the cost of an r..... .
Chinaware has been reduced from article that you buy from the shelvesof MODERN COURSES IN : .'.,1/, f
67 per cent to 55 per cent. a retail store. High rents and I II
Automobiles are still taxed at 45 other "overhead charges" count very Single and Double Entry Bookkeeping. Cor .1 I. Jelly Glasses--Smooth Edge .
and 58 in the cost of article
Oriental definitely
rugs carpets pay every
poration Bookkeeping, Banking, Shorthand,
per cent at the custom house today purchased, but I have no doubt that J I
and it is proposed to reduce them to after the bill has been on the statute Typewriting, Penmanship, Commercial Law, I Preserving Kettles .
50 per cent.Trimmed. books a few months there will be a Commercial Arithmetic, Spelling and all j I II
bonnets and hats are reduced general reduction in many of the com- I
Branches of Civil Service.
from 50 per cent to 40 per modities regarded as the necessitiesof I II
cent, and laces and embroideries con- life. I believe, too, that the country i I
tinue to pay a 60 per cent rate of will readily adjust itself to the DAY AND NIGHT CLASSESExperienced McCULLOCH'SDEPARTMENT .
duty. changes produced by the new bill;
On the other hand, the necessitiesof that there will be no serious dangerto STORE
Teachers in Charge. Diplomas
life are greatly reduced. Common our great interests, and that in the
chinaware, which now pays 50 per I end it will bring a real and lasting Granted and Positions Secured for Gradu. 124 South Orange Avenue
cent, is now reduced to 35 per cent. relief to the American people who ates.
Furniture is reduced from 35. per are compelled to toil for livelihood.. OPPOSITE POST OFFICE ,
Patronize Home Institutions.For .
cent to 15 per cent. -Oscar W. Underwood, in the Delin-
Bread and biscuits, which hereto- eator. _tllfl IIIIIII'IIII'JI' " MHIIIIMM '|
fore paid 20 per cent, are placed on
the free list, as are also all kinds of PROHIBITIONISTS WATCH Prices and Terms call on or address: Read The Sentinel "Want Ads" Every Day
fresh meats. MARION AND DADE I
Cotton clothing is reduced from 50
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wear from 60 per cent to 25 per cent. C. R. Cook, secretary of the anti.sa- [
Woolen blankets are reduced from loon league, the temperance forces of
72 per cent to 25 per cent. the state are making a determined THIRD FLOOR PHONE 597 [ELECTRiC VACUUM L CLEANED f
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Flannels are reduced from 93 per fight to prevent the operation of
cent to 35 per cent. "blind' tigers" in prohibition counties, : HAND BUILDING ORLANDO, FLA. I
Woolen clothing from 79 per cent for which a stringent law was passed -
to 35 per cent, and women's and chil- at the last legislative session. 1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111.FOE .
dren's dress goods from 99 per cent The temperance folk predict that ..
to 35 per cent. Marion county, the seat of which is Have
The price of sugar is maintained by Ocala, will vote "dry" on the 17th IMMMHMIilllltlllMHMMIMIMMMMIIIMMMtf your room or house
the tax levied at the custom house,I inst., and are expecting the county; :
cleaned
without
dust
which amounts to nearly 2 cents per commissioners of Dade county, the : S..A.LE: or troubleof
pound. The immediate reduction seat of which is Miami, to name theI I
made by the bill is nearly one-half a date of a "wet and dry" election this I moving furniture .
cent a pound, and at the end of three week.
years sugar will be placed on the free Six-room, Bath and Pantry, Modern house. One Block '

list price, which of sugar will to ultimately the consumer reduce over the a GETTING BACK-TO NATURE from and in view of Lake Lucerne. Two blocks from The Pierce Electric Co. send an Experienced -

cent and a half a pound. I Atlanta, Sept. 4.-For letting her station, east side of Atlantic Coast Line Railroad. Lot

Every woman, no matter what her babies romp naked on the front lawnin 100x142 feet, shaded on west by Camphor trees, on man.
station in life, wants to own her own the sunshine, for all the world like
south by large Oaks. Nice Lawn. I
home. The taxes on building mate- frolicsome puppies, Mrs. Annie Han-I 50 bearing Grape-
rials have been very greatly reduced. son was arrested on the complaint of fruit and Oranges and 100 younger trees; also English :I SEE THEM FOR TERMS

Lumber has been placed on the free neighbors this morning.Mrs. Walnuts, Guavas, Pecans, Bananas, and Pineapples I I
list; the taxes on glass and paints Hanson did not deny the I ---
have been cut about one-half, and the charge, but made the plea that the bearing. 40 Acres heavy pine timbered Land, nortlv ,
taxes on all commodities that go into children were such tiny little tots and west side Lake Barton. ELECTRIC
the homes of the poor have receiveda the weather so hot that she didn't ilk PIERCE[ [ L C01 Int
like reduction.The know it was wrong. She was fined ''J,
reductions made as indicated $10.75. .
have resulted in a loss to the govern- ; Apply "Sentinel" Office'lIHIIIIIIIIIMMIIItMIIIIIMtlMIIMIIMIIIIIIIM JHTJBOI-I
ment from the taxes raised at the Money to loan on improved prop- i STREET
custom house, of something over $30- erty. S. Y. WAY.
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WASHINGTON SOCIETYThe joyed the big Labor Day festivities PHONE 98 W A SLAUTER Office and $
at the beach in Miami on September : ORLANDO, Show Room LIGHT THE
'' FLORIDA. PLUMBER and HEATING ENGINEER III S. Court St. i
Washington Times announces 1. The program was a great success':
General Plumbing and Heating Contractor Sewerage and Septic Tank Construction. 1
that Miss L'Engle, daughter of Con as was also the sumptuous dinner of
:: The most Modern Sanitation of the Age In my New Inventions in Plumb- PATH TO PROSPERITYMerchants
will be friend chickens, pies and other good
gressman L'Engle, probably ing, for both Private and Public Buildings. Fine Plumbing Fixtures.
one of the fair debutantes of the com I things to eat. I' Estimates Cheerfully Given. Repair Work Promptly Attended to. Prices Reasonable
ing Washington social season.A I SEWER PIPE LAID AT 13 cts PER FOOT. WORK DONE NOW OR LATER.HlillllllllMIIMtMiHMIMIMMMH .
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debutantes is given, and the Times I _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ their way by choosing the wrong road to suc-
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debutante Clark Genevieve formal, who,presentation although Clark has never will she been probably party.will in,not as be havea Miss Mrs.a i ORLANDO O BANK A a 1 UsT I COMPANY A f they like trade an command within irresistible its the reach attention magnet: That of drawing buyers.is the all reason the


Clark laughingly said, has been close-
ly confined to her studies in the past, and Surplus and Undivided ProlilsResources S130.000.00. For Every Store OwnerNo i
but this year expects to take a larger I
part in social affairs. She is just now overt Three-quarters of a Million. matter how small his business, the Elec-
turning her homeward after an
way
extended tour abroad." Statement As Rendered to the Comp tric Sign is the cheapest and most effective

Mrs. D. U. Fletcher and Miss Nell troller at the Close of Business advertising.
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Fletcher, wife and daughter of Sen- June 30th, 1913
Phone for our Sign Designer to call and sub.
ator Fletcher, of Florida, expect to RESOURCESBanking
go to their home in the south, withina House, Furnitureand mit a sketch.

week or two to make a visit. Miss f 1 f Fixtures ..........$ 25,867.37 No Trouble to Us-.-No Expense to You.
Fletcher spent the early summer Loans and Discounts ..... 355,589.33
abroad with her sister, Mrs. Kemp. : % !* Overdrafts ............... 83.98
1I Stocks and Bonds ........ 26,018.33
FREE DENTISTRY ST. JOHNS FOR CHILDREN Cash on Hand and in Banks 254,083.11 MI Tm <& L lIb T m.

$661,647.12
St. Augtsine, Sept. 4.-John T. Dis- LIABILITIES COOK WITH GAS

mukes, of the First National bank of Capital .................$100,000.00 IIIOIII'I"'II"'II'II.ellllllllllllllllllllll..
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St. Augustine, has made the county Surplus and' Undivided

board of public instruction a gener- I Profits ................ 33,889.11
ous otter.Ir.. Dismukes made the j Deposits ................ 57,758.01 ; IM6HttHMtlilMIIHMIMMItMMUIIHIimiMANGE "
proposition that he would give $1,000a & BATESi
year for the maintenance of an oral I $661,647.12 i !
hygiene department for the public -- ROOM 5. HAND BLOCK PHONE 156
schools of St. Johns county. The officers and directors of the Or-
The only condition is that the school lando Bank and Trust Co. desire to 1 I ftIIIIIIOIIIIIIIIIIIII'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'"
call the attention of its J
and
board provide a suitable room as an depositors
office for the work. friends and the citizens of Orlandoto '.
This means that a capable dentist r 4 I the above statement. The management 1"1"1"0"1"1"1"1

will be paid $1,000 per year for occupying -. 6 i Tjii.i \ of the Bank feels that this show- : Are You Going to Build?
this office to examine and treat ing reflects the conservative, sane and

all public school children, the dental .._ _. II progressive methods employed in this
work being done free of charge to I financial institution. Strength begets USE BRICKNot
patrons. confidence, and strength is no where
displayed better by a bank than in
United States Government, State and County Depository
WilY NOT BE HAPPY healthful statements to its patrons. just brick, but specify, get the best; they cost no ; ;

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Be happy all the time. It is a well .liiiiiiii.i..ii.iiiiiiiiiiii""ii..iiiiiiiii"'iiiiiiiiiiif all around.
established law that mental habits -
JELK'S Macon Brick-common, paving, fire and rough
are as readily formed as physical. I Sheep Manure Fertilizer texture. None better.
Happiness is one state of consciousness. I
WRIGHT / ,_ _
\ REALTY6S66D CO. ?p 1 FORIfucl = = LEGG'S Pressed and Fancy Faced Brick. I am state
What mind may do for the bodyis \ REAL ESTATE, I agent.
incalculable, and what each indi- FOR GaIdeD T FIoer
r of ,S
vidual, working along the same line Hate Our BusinessOrlando Carry large stock on hand, make quick shipments. Wire
Florida your orders, at my expense.
individual
toward happiness as every PRODUCES RESULTS
should do, would be more toward up- .--
lifting the huma nrace is,also incal- Does NOT BurnSleffloll's I handle:
culable. Pulling thus together, with, ATLAS PORTLAND CEMENT, BEAVER BOARDS,
mind gradually lifted above the sordid |II m WltltttlMimMmMMIMMMIMMMMMMHIIIMIIiMMtiMHIIMIiMMIHHit AGATITE CEMENT PLASTER, Fuller's Peninsular
broodings, and each taking the Brand Roofing, Metal Laths and Shingles, Crushed Rock, I I
best view of life, a few generationsand I Granite Curbing, Building Sand.
the whole plane of thought wouldbe
healthier, happier and broader,for Sill Sale i Also, Fruit and Vegetable Pickers' and Packers' Supplies: -
progress and happiness-are parallel.! Crates, Wraps, Field Boxes, Straps, Nails and Ladders.
Make it a mental habit to see the i I
good in everything. Keep before .
Htndry & Knight's Terminals,
your mind a mental idea of happinessand 4Ya W R F II Foot Franklin St,
harmony. Form the thooughtthat off on Men's Suits offonBoys' Suits U er,UllP.rLOaID.\
evil exists only for the purpose : 1offonMell'sPants !
of being developed into the good and : ." ''''tlllllll''llle illlll'lllll jl'OJ'7
beautiful and then! keep your mind % % offonBoys'Pants
trained to the tune of the good and : .
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beautiful.-Agusta Herald. -


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Brick Before and Building.Stone Work 25.00 16.67 7.50 5.00 :, CEMENT BRICKThese

Phone or Write '
Acme Brick and 22.50 15.00 6.00 4.00' Brick are better than Clay Brick ;

Stone Works ': 20.00 13.33 3.00 2.00 and they are cheaper

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you that we will be pleased to receive : W. M. SLEMONS
a portion of your job printing. Phone : Telephone 159 Livingston Ave. on R. R. ;

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Louis C. Massey, President
EMMANUEL BAPTIST CHURCH

T. Pktoa Warlow VlttJ'm.Hmrt I. Witenln* Cukicr
The of Orlando
C. Bibcock. Ant Outs Samuel A.Mcwtll.Aut GuUtf Preaching Sunday, both morning City

and evening, by the pastor, Rev. Pres-
: ton Boyd, Ph., B. V. D. B. Morning
THESTATE : subject, "A Glorious Rescue;" theme The County of Orange

I for evening, "The Unpopular Man and
: the Fish."

Prayer meeting at 7:30 p. m. on
BANK : Wednesday.All The State of Florida

services held in the Rest and

Tea Room. Public invited.ST. .

: ,. The U. S. Government

I of OrlandoTHE :- LUKE'S-CATHEDRAL

r The Very Rev. Edgar A. Sherrod, _
dean.

OLDEST BANK IN THE CITYAND Sixteenth Sunday after Trinity. .
Sunday school, 9:30 a. m.

Morning prayer, 10:30.
Celebration of holy communion and

sermon, 11 a. m. Deposit their funds with this Bank because it is
The Bank which transacts more business than Evening prayer and sermon, 7:45p. 4t

Bank between Jacksonville and Tampa m. conducted along lines of commendable approval
any
In the absence of Dean Sherrod for

this Sunday, the Bishop will officiate, and in compliance withNATIONAL s
the Dean service at
The large patronage of this Bank has been built up : giving Daytona.

during twenty years by conducting its business on sound : METHODIST CHURCHAt BANKING LAWS '.

banking principles with careful attention to the legiti.

mate wants of customers. The confidence of the publicis J. E.( Wray the, pastor.Grand Theater) t Do you not think that a Bank which meets with :

reuected in the large amount of deposits. Sunday school at 9:45 a. m., C. E.I I the approval of the government should be THE

t Average deposits First Quarter of 1913, $900,000 Howard, superintendent.
"Capital and Labor, the Coming : Bank for your

Struggle," Dr. Wray's subject at 11 :
We invite to avail of the
cordially you yourself
a. m. Anthem by choir, "My Fath-
FOUR PER CENT PAID ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTSOur
er's House" (Macey). The Holy Sac-
same facilities which these governments enjoy. ?
rament of the Lord's Supper.

Epworth League at 6:45 p. m., H.

correspondent banks are located in every part of A. Hoffner, president."The .
Lost Tribe of Israel," pastor's
the world and include some of the largest Banks in the
subject at 7:30 p. m. Anthem by the

; United States choir,'"Still, Still With Thee" (Saul).

Solo by Miss Johnnie Smith, "Blest

M- Are the Pure in Heart" (Bruno Open your account with
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JER6ME[ JAiLED ON AT OPERA HOUSE TONIGHT all these services. ii The Peoples National Bank"It


The first traveling atraction for the BAPTIST CHURCH / "
GAMBliNG CHARGECANADIANS is a pleasure to serve you.
season will be at the Orlando Opera

House tonight when "The Merchant Rev. Edward T. Poulson, D. D., pas-
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of Venice" will be presented by a ca- iMItlllllMMIMIMHIMCMIMIIMIIIIIIIMIIMiMIIIIIMIfimailMIIIMMI.*
HOOT AND JEER AT pable company headed by Mr. D'Oize.Of i tor.Mr.. C. M. Tichenor, superintendentof MIMillMMIMMMI*.. . . . . . . . . . . .. ttftllMt H44

ATTORNEY WHO HAD EN- I the production in Tampa the Tam- the Sunday school.
pa Morning Tribune of Wednesdaysays Mr. Geo. W. Phillips, director of MMIIIIIIIIIIIMIItltllMMMtMMMIIMMIMMtMMIIMmiHH6illillMHMtTHE .
GAGED IN A GAME OF I
: the choir. I
PENNY ANTE I "A newly organized company of Hours of Service

. I' Shakespearean players, headed by Sunday school promptly at 9:30a. BIG 4 SPECIALS

Coaticook, Que., Sept. 5.-William Mr. Edouard D'Oize, appeared in two m., with Mr. Henry Symonds in
Travers Jerome was arrested here today performances at the Greeson theater charge of the music.

charged with gambling.The yesterday, receiving a most approving Worship in the auditorium at 10:45a. .
complaint was made by Milford welcome at both matinee and 'Ad'Yg
m. and 7:30 p. m., with the pastorin

Aldrich, a citizen of Coaticook, night presentations. Mr. D'Oize is the pulpit. Subject of morning ,. ,,.. .,
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who that he had seen Jerome *J > &KI
.swore h.l..J___ not a stranger to Tampa audiencesand sermon, "Warming at the Devil's ,
playing pOKer in public yes1.eruaY'1) there was keen interest among Fires." Anthem, "The Earth is the
Jerome was taken to the jail where I those who have admired him in stock Lord's" (Lerman). Evening subject, : % I / )
Thaw confined when brought
was productions in his reappearance as "Th eCity of God." Anthem, "The
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here two weeks ago. "Shylock" in "The Merchant of Ven- Pilgrims of the Night" (Parker). : a A as
Thaw's lawyers disclaimed any ice." This gifted actor has spared no Also duet by Mrs. Newell and Mr.
knowledge of the arrest. The belief expense in staging his present pro- Symonds. ) N j
prevailed that it was due solely to ill J 6 11
duction and with
entirely new scenery Young People's meeting at 6:30p. : \1 W
feeling among the townspeople who and costumes, gave a most pleasing m., Mr. L. E. Tomlinson, president.The II
resented Jerome's presence.Mr. presentation of the familiar story. Junior will meet at 3 .o'clock rIIiJl
Jerome, as a specially appointed -
Thoroughly at home in the part, revealing in the afternoon.
deputy attorney general of the the closest study not only of Prayer and fellowship service .
state of New York, is the leader of
the histrionic but the
psychologicaland
Wednesday evening at 7:30.A .
the anti-Thaw forces here. He con- FOR
ethical elements of
one of Shake- Cordial Welcome to All
ducted the prosecution of Thaw for
speare's greatest characters, Mr. This church extends its hospitalityto
the killing of Stanford White.A I D'Oize embodies a consummate "Shy- the public. We invite everybody to

proThav.outbreak followed Jerome's -I lock," leaving undeveloped not one of worship with us. All seats are free. T and
arrest. Crowds gathered Monday Tuesday wednesday
for the subtle touches of artistry which Attentive ushers at the doors. If you i
about the jail shouting "Hooray
portray an unforgettable figure in have no church home here, we cordially -
Thaw now we'll deport Jerome"Mr.
; the English drama. As the self-serv- invite you to be at home withus.

Jerome was taken into custodyat ing Jew, the triumphant Jew, and, The pastor will be glad to serve We are going to offer our customers FOUR BIG SPECIALS
his hotel, the Coaticook house, by finally, the crushed and brokenhearted you as friend and minister. Please
Policeman John Andrews. He was so Jew, pleading the persecution and make yourself known to him. FOR THE ABOVE DAYS

surprised he could hardly speak. Jerome yet asserting the righteousness and .

was locked in a small cell and the independence of his race, he gave STATE COMPTROLLER SPENT :

no one was allowed to see him. The to the role its every delicate shade of $2,000 ON SULZER[ POSTAGE : Ladies' fine ribbed Gauze Vests, Ladies' fast colored black Hose,
complainant, Aldrich, is a mill hand.!feeling, his rendition being particularly -

As a matter of fact, Jerome had indulged -I notable for the clearness of New York I neatly trimmed, all sizes; 8c 10 gauge; for three days, pair. . 8e

in a penny ante game yesterday -,enunciation in the reading of the lines legislative ,committee Sept. 5.-The investigating New York : while they last . . . . . .

with some newspaper' men. They and a flexibility of voice which car- Governor Sulzer's finances today :

used a suit case for a table and sat ried perfectly the impression soughtby delved into his state-wide campaign

in an automobile waiting for the end the immortal dramatist who con for direct primaries. The committee I 500 yards "Crown King" un- The famous "Blue Grass" brand

of the Thaw hearing. ;ceived and wrote the play. established that the campaign cost bleached Muslin,*made from' Cambric, usually sells for
Jerome was admitted to $500 bail II "Mr. D'Oize is supported by Miss $17,080. It also sought to show that 8 C !
I Eugenia Flagg and a capable company the very best cotton soft fin- 12 l-2c; for three days. . . . .
shortly before 12 o'clock. He left the some of the expenses borne by the 8c
jail smiling. which, while not without its state had also been paid by Sulzer's ish; while it lasts, yard. . . . .. .. Limit 10 yards to customer.
weak points, avoided the oftentimes friends.It .
ludicrous deficiencies of the provincial -
STEEL CARS WANTED ON was asserted that the governornow

NEW HAVEN RAILROADNew Shakespearean production." under impeachment, had violatedthe We are also displaying on the Second Floor a BEAUTIFUL
law in exceeding his appropriation -

York, Sept. .-The Car club KISSES BROUGHT $20,000 for printing by $7,005 and that LINE OF LADIES', MISSES' and CHILDREN'S MUSLIN
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made up of wealthy men, who com- Salem, Ohio, Sept. 5.-Twenty thou- the state comptroller had spent $2,000in UNDERWEAR It will pay you to visit this department
mute between New England points postage to circulate Sulzer litera-
said masculine lips pressed those of!
and New York, has taken steps to- ture.
six fair members of prominent families -
ward that it be with
seeing supplied
here in scheme (
a whereby $20,000
steel cars in substitution for the PORTER CHARLTON
was raised toward a fund to endow
wooden ones, which it has been usingon FACES TRIAL SOON H
Salem hospital through the dispensing P. YOWELL
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N.
the New York, New Haven & of women's kisses at $1 each.

Hartford railroad, according to reports Men, young and old, stood in line to Como, Italy, Sept. 5.-The interro-
published here today. For many the gation of Porter Charlton, accused of
enjoy osculatory performance. All
years, the Car club has had an ar- the wife murder, was completed today.
women One
were single. married
rangement with the New Haven man- The date for the trial will be set next TUIIIIIIIII III MITT " ,11,1"1",1,1,11111111111 till I I'III II III',
woman, seeking to do her part, com-
agement, under which two special week. Charlton
I gazed unflinchinglyat
parlor cars were provided on the promised by shaking hands at 25' the trunk in which he hid his wife's AT THE FAVORITE TODAY I f BOY HELD FOR HIS frame of mind.
cents shake. One
a of the victims,
morning and evening trains for the her husband, she charged $2 for the body in the lake. I BROTHER'S DEATH Albert resented remarks made by
exclusive use of members of the Daniel, who resented his interference.
privilege publicly of closing his fingers "The Human Target" (Ambrosio).
club, who are assessed to meet the I over hers."Endeavor The citrus crop of Florida last sea. A great spectacular drama in two I Brooklyn, Sept. .-Albert Ryan, Albert says he was unconsciously

expense of the special privilege. I I son brought to the growers about parts, beautifully enacted by all stars. son of former Police Inspector Ryan holding the bread knife, point up, and

Among the members of the Car I f I for the best and pro- $14,000,000. While the coming crop Grand scenery and costumes. was summoned to the Adams Street Daniel ran against it, receiving stab
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club are Percy_ Rockefeller, son of vide against the worst." The best is will not be as large as the precedingone I "Cupid in Uniform" (Imp.). A bril- court here today to answer to the, wounds, from which he died.
William Rockefeller; Commodore E. always to be found at Boardman'sStore it is believed that it will bringas liant comedy-drama. charge of killing his brother Daniel I I The boy swears that he did not in.

C. Benedict, well known yachtsman; of Satisfaction, so a customer much to the growers as last crop, Every day feature day at the. Favorite The case is an unusually pitiful one. tend to kill his brother, and fainted
John A. Topping, president of the need have no fear o'f knocking up for the reason prices will be better. I Albert, his sister and a girl friend l when he heardof his death.

Republic Iron and Steel company, and i against anything that is inferior or Volusia County Record. Special matinee, 2 to 5. Night, 7 were in the kitchen making sandwiches

several other prominent men who. out of date. Everything for school to 10. when Daniel entered, appar. Big value in little space-the Sen-

have summer homes in Connecticut. I children. .. ., r.W Subscribe for The Daily Sentinel. Admission 5 cents to all. .ently intoxicated, and in an ugl r tinel "want" ads. a



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