The daily sentinel
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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 19, 1913
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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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Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 002075051
oclc - 34297092
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System ID: UF00087112:00252
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Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Succeeded by: Morning sentinel

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










OPENING OF SENATE [ ASSMBU[ Toledo, 0., Sept. 18.-Motoring Asking that Mr. Secretary of State I SECURE GOYT. PlANT FIRST DEGREEHEKNEVVHITEVAY

from Toledo westward, Herman C. G. Bryan remain in his office and do all

Luties of St. Louis and party of five that he can to make the administration -

were held up at the point of revolversby of Woodrow Wilson a success,
17 AND ADJOURN three men in an automobile six the New York World has offered to MAKES AN APPROPRIATION OF

miles east of Bryan, 0., at 12:30 this pay Mr. Bryan the sum of eight thou- $2:;0 TOWARD BUILDING
morning and robbed of $2,000 in cash, sand dollars a year, so that he will NEEDED FOR LABORA-
BROUGHT INTO REQUISITION TO a gold purse carried by one of the two not be compelled to lecture in orderto TORY WORK
MAINTAIN ORDER AND KEEP women, several diamonds and other live while he is serving in the Wil-
CURIOUS FROM RUSHING Palatka, Sept., 18.;The Hon. S. J. jewelry.The son cabinet.

THE DOORS Hilburn, of this city, will be one of brigands drove away with the The World's offer to Mr. Bryan oc- Council went on record last nightas COUNT

the speakers at the convention of the two cars, leaving the Luties party in cupies a prominent space on the front favoring the establishment of the

Albany, N. Y., Sept. 18.-The case Mississippi to th Atlantic Inland the road. They walked to a farm page of the issue of Wednesday, Sep- government experiment station and Special to The Sentinel
New York, Sept. 18.-More light
of William Sulzer, first governor of Waterway association, to be held here house, were driven to Bryan and tember 17, and reads in full as fol laboratory at Orlando by making an
was shed today on the criminal career
New York to be impeached, was November 17th and 18th. His subject aroused Sheriff Samuel Weinland of lows: appropriation of $250 to aid in the
of Hans Schmidt, the priest who con-
called for trial today at the bar of will be, "The Relationship of the Userto Williams county. The World to Mr. Bryan construction of the building.
fessed to the murder of Anna Aumuller
the court of impeachment-the senate the Public Carrier." Following the tire tracks, Weinland William J. Bryan's salary as secretary There is little doubt that the ap- -
I and his accomplice in counterfeiting -
and the judges of the court of ap- The Mississippi to the Atlantic In- found the two automobiles at a farm of state is $12,000 a year. He propriation would have been larger if "

peals for alleged "high crimes and land Waterway association will meet house, out of gasoline. As he approached has justified his activities as a lec the appeal had not been made just at "Dr. Ernest A. Muret

misdemeanors." in this city on the above dates, and Weinland was shot in the turer by the statement that to meet the time that the city funds are in a It appears that the pseudopriesthad

Although noon was the appointedhour continue its sessions in Jacksonvillein left arm and another bullet inflicteda his ordinary expenses without encroaching depleted condition. An appropriationof spent considerable time among
the white light resorts, where he was
for the convening of the impeachment joint conference with the Atlantic flesh wound in his head. He grap- upon his personal fortunehe double that amount would have

court, several thousand Deeper Waterways association on No- pled with one man and arrested him. must have an income of not less been made, very likely, if the matter known as the German Count.
He is said to have figured .in
persons thronged the capitol buildingand vember 19th, 20th and 21st. The prisoner gave his name as R. W. than $20,000 a year. He is willing to had been deferred for a month. City many
wine parties which were numerous in
grounds before 9 o'clock, all hop- It is anticipated that a favorable ',Duffy, 26 years old, of Toledo. forego accumulation during his periodof taxes will begin coming in the first

ing to gain admittance to the senate report will be made on the improve- Two other suspects were taken later I public service, but he resents the of October, and there will be a more young women guests. Schmidt was
never known to drink or smoke at
chamber, the scene of the trial., ment of the Ocklawaha river to Lees- from a passenger train at Wauzon,! idea that there should be any sacri- prosperous feeing around the city

While there was no indication that' burg, which is.along the selected Ohio. fice on his part while he is honored building than that which prevails at these parties, however. One woman
I whom he especially attended was one
any testimony would be taken today route of the trans-Atlantic canal. by high official preferment.The present. Truth is, the available fundsare :
Helen Green, who is now in Chicago.
the crowds were eager to witness the Leading waterway advocates of the Robbers Seen in Detroit World assumes that the crux not abundant at this time, and, !
A dispatch from Aschaffanburg,
solemn opening ceremonies of the country have been invited to make Detroit, Mich., Sept. 18.-Local po- of this question is, therefore, the sum anything that comes before council
Schmidt's home town, describes the
court. addresses. lice believe that at least two of the of $8,000 a year. Mindful of many that looks like spending money is

Owing to the small seating capac: River and harbor improvement near men who held up and robbed an auto- things in the proposition that it here- promptly put aside, if there is any murder of Josephine Haas while, which Schmidtwas oc-
curred ten
years ago
ity of the senate galleries, most of and on the gulf coast of the United mobile party of five near Bryan, 0., by makes, notably the dignity of the way of sidestepping.The .
still residing there, as parallel in
the would-be spectators were disap- States affects more people than im- shortly after last midnight, passed American government, the circumspect committee appointed by the

pointed. Not more than 300 seats provement in any other section of the through Detroit this forenoon in a behavior of its principal officers Board of Trade to solicit funds for many particulars with the Aumuller
murder. The body of the Haas girl
because the automobile. and the of the administrationof the erection of a laboratory for thegovernment's
were available, of which fifty were country, gulf coast is high-powered When the success
found dismembered and cut into
reserved for newspaper men. nearest to the producing states of the police attempted to intercept them Woodrow Wilson, all of which have work, as outlined by Dr. was
Union and because several shots been the Samuel C. Hood, who is in charge of twenty-five pieces. He has been
Forestalling the possibility of any of the twenty- were exchanged and the given most sober attention

attempt to rush the chamber, the eight thousand miles of navigable automobile sped on towards Mt. Clem it modestly makes this suggestion t u the government station at Orange questioned in regard to his knowledgeof

senate sergeant-at-arms and his staff rivers of the United States, twenty- ents, Mich.} Mr. Bryan: City, which is to be removed to Or this crime.

were reinforced by a heavy platoonof four thousand miles flow to the gulf The' local authorities, having received If you will devote your entire time lando, appeared before council last Schmidt was seized with a spell of

city police. Positive orders were and toward the Panama canal.A information of the Bryan hold, to the duties of your office and re night. Mr. Sperry acted as spokesman nervousness today in his cell at the

issued that no spectator should be per- Democratic president, with a congress up, were given a description of an automobile j frain during your tenure from lec- for the committee, and intro- Tombs. His appetite failed and he

mitted on the floor of the chamber. favorable to the president's in which the bandits were j tures or other addresses at which ad- duced Dr. Hood, who made about the had an attack of biliousness that

Rooming house owners reaped a views on public questions, ought to thought to have escaped. The car I mission fees are charged, the World same talk before council that he had caused him much discomfort. He refused

small harvest from the crowd that give the South, along with other por- which passed through Detroit is said will pay you on behalf of the American made Monday night before the Boardof to reply to notes from news-

poured into the city last night and to- tions of the country, when needed, to have answered that description. people regularly during your Trade.Dr. paper men.District .

day. Long before the night trains very material river and harbor im- When the officers ordered the :incumbency of the office of secretaryof Hood had the same little red Attorney Whitman-

came in from New York, bearing provement in the near future supple- driver to stop they received a shot in I state the sum of $8,000 a year, box filled with extracts which he had nounced today that he would ask the

scores of politicians and 'sightseers, mental to that already proposed and reply. The police then fired three I'with no obligation on your part except made from Florida weeds, and passedthe i grand jury when it convenes in October -

every available room had been takenat contemplated.The times and five shots were returned.In to observe the one condition vials around for the members of to hand down an indictment for

the downtown hotels, aid those Mississippi to Atlantic Inland the meantime the machine was dis- herein expressed. council to test by way of showing murder in the first degree, so that
them that the work which was being Schmidt may be placed on trial imme-
without reservations were forced to Waterway association advocates and appearing down the road. I

go to private residences to find ac works for all legitimate river and The police say three or four men done was practical and promised com- diately.BNJ.DRWWftNOT8.

commodations. harbor improvements, but is specific- were in the car.. None of the officers CHIEF DEAN RECOMMEfDSPURCHASED mercial benefits if properly encour-

Arrayed against the governor as ally interested in an inland waterwayfrom were struck by the bullets and it is aged.

counsel for the assembly board of the Mississippi river to the At- not known whether their shots took RE TRUCK The members of council became at {

lantic once a smelling committee, headed by
managers today were Alton B. Par- ocean. effect.

ker, former chief judge of the court The project advocated by this as- AND REPRESENTATIVE OF COMPANY Acting City Solicitor Edwin Davis, CANDIDATE FOR MAYORSAYS

of appeals; John Stanchfield, EdgardT. sociation forms an important link in I who became First Smeller, who in
the I MOUNTED OFFICER MAYBE APPEARED BEFORE turn passed the bottle to AldermanG.
Brackett, Eugene Lamb Richards, system continuous inland waterways HIS FRIENDS WERE TOO
Isidore J. Kressel and Hiram C. Todd. for the United States, be- COUNCIL P. Gwynne, who was First Assist- ENTHUSIASTIC AND ACTED

Attorneys for the defense includedD. cause it connects .the Mississippi river PUT ON BY MAYOR ant Smeller, with Alderman Dick WITHOUT AUTHORITYMr.

Cady Herrick, Irving G. Vann, for- and the gulf coast with the Atlantic I Orlando may have an auto fire Holland next in line. President Pro

mer judge of the court of appeals; coast. i truck some day but that will be after Tern Sims was fourth man, who Benj. Drew, who was besieged

Austen G. Fox, Harvey D. Hinman, [I Part of the particular project advocated COMPLAINT OF CITIZENS CONCERNING I the commission form of governmenthas passed the scents on to Mayor Reynolds by his friends upon his return from

Louis Marshall and Roger P. Clark. by this association is now un- DEPREDATIONS OF gone into effect. For the present who smelled and then gave the Kentucky Wednesday to become a

The eight articles of impeachmentvoted der construction, and other parts have CATTLE CALLS ACTION I and until the official life of the last and final smell to Alderman candidate for mayor, and was so an-

against Governor Sulzer by the been favorably reported by the engi present council has expired, there i is Brush Walker. nounced in the Sentinel of Thursday

assembly are in substance: neers. In consideration of these no likelihood that any change will be Dr. Hood elaborated somewhat on morning, stated yesterday that he hadno

That he filed with the secretary of facts, the officers of the .association That a mounted officer is needed to made in the fire fighting apparatusnow his former talk, by saying that it desire to become a candidate and

state a false statement of his receiptsand believe that the project will be reported enforce the ordinance against allow- on hand. was the desire of the department to would have to ask that his friends

other monetary transactions dur- in the next rivers and harbors bill, ing cattle to run at large was a need Chief William Dean, who has re- establish in Florida a laboratory that withdraw his name.

ing his gubernatorial campaign.That if sufficient interest is manifested on suggested to council last ,night byMa.or cently returned from attending the should be open to scientific people Mr. Drew said that he had no idea

he committed perjury in this the part of the people in the W. H. Reynolds. who visited the state to work from
localities meeting of fire chiefs in New York, that those who mentioned the matterto
statement. affected. Members of from A petition from a number of citizens made last time to time, but who were not pro-
congress report to council night con- him were going to have it put in
That he bribed witnesses with- the states interested was presented to council calling vided with laboratory accommodations -
to and all water- cerning his trip and the result of his the papers, and was much surprised
hold testimony from the legislative way advocates and citizens interestedin attention to the nuisance of loose cat- observations concerning auto-fire for the pursuit of their opera- when he saw it there."I .

committee which investigated his : the general development of the tie, and asking that council take stepsto fighting apparatus. He recommendedthe tions. It was proposed to keep open wish you would for me,"
enforce the ordinance on this sub- house to all such visitors when the say
campaign accounts. country are urged to be of
present or purchase a six-cylinder chemical said Mr. Drew, "that while I
That he suppressed evidence by send representatives to the conven- ject. The matter was referred to the machine which carries ladders laboratory was opened in Orlando.Mr. ciate the kindness of my friends in

means of threats to keep witnesses tion to be held in Palatka and Jack mayor, who was present. Mayor and all minor equipment for fightingfires. Sperry was asked how muchhe considering me in connection with the

from testifying before the investigating sonville. Reynolds stated that the citizens hada The council heard the report in expected council to contribute to mayorship, that I have no desire

committee. I right to complain, but that the po- evident boredom, and when Tom Stew- the cause, hut stated that the matter whatever to become a candidate, and
That he dissuaded lice force was unable to deal with the would be left entirely to the discre-
wit- .
a particular
t 1 i i . t S art, representing the American La- will not under any circumstances
loose cattle that foot could tion of the Alderman Holland permit
ness-Frederick L. Colwell-from ; men on body.
attending SONG RECITAL POSTPONED France company, which makes the the use of my name for the of-
until subpoenaed, the sessionsof not handle them and too much of the machines, asked for permission to ad- favored giving: the sum of five hun- fice."

the investigation committee. men's time would be required to look dress the the* dred dollars. This amount had been
On account of the storm last body on subject, there
after it. Chief William H. Smith appropriated for advertising
That he committed larceny in purposes
spec- night the Song by was no eagerness displayed to hear
ulating in stocks with money and rest Cycle For stated to council that he answered him. Alderman Walker finally said quite recently, he said, and had subse- BASEBALL RESULTS IN
Carr *
checks contributed for his campaign. Dabney was post- frequent calls to drive loose cattle off that if Mr. Stewart had something in quently been declined by the Board of THE BIG LEAGUES
poned, and will take *
'that place tonight the streets, and that only Trade, which had requested it in Special to The Sentinel
as governor he threatened to I at the Opera House yesterdayhe his system that he wanted to get out con- National League Results
use his office and influence to affect I 8:15. had spent two hours in trying to he might as well get rid of it. Thus nection with an advertising plan Cincinnati, 3; Brooklyn, 2.
the vote of certain public officers. catch a cow that had caused a good Mr. that had subsequently been aban- I
encouraged, advanced
Mr. Carr is of the Chicago, 3-0 Boston, 0-3.
Metropolitan ;
That while governor he used cor- of annoyance in one end of the the inner circle and unpacked his doned. Mr. Holland thought the

ruptly his authority to affect pricesof New Grand York. Opera He company, of ** ; city. He confessed that he was un- grip, but he didn't get much further. .amount not too much for such a rain.Pittsburg-Philadelphia; two games,
to Orlan-
securities on the New York stock came able to get the animal after all of his Alderman Walker told him that the I cause. alderman t Sims also so ex-
do to in St. Louis-New York
appear Tennysons'"Maud ; two game,
exchange in some of which securitieshe trouble. present council didn't wish to incur pressed himself, but Alderman Walker rain.
under the *
auspices of I
was at the time interested.The the Mendelssohn Club. Mayor Reynolds said that a mounted any further obligations, and he pre- made the motion that the amountbe American League Results
officer was needed, but he did not mad $250, 'and this was the
Stage Sitting ferred to let the commissioners
S t i S i i i i t t city Boston, 5; Cleveland, 4.
Acting Lieut. care to make such a recommendationat amount(passed.Jf .
Gov. Robert F.
Wag who were to take charge of affairs f New York 6
; Chicago, 3.
this time. He would
ner called the senate to order as mem- try and see the first of the succeeding year, f
Washington 6 Detroit
bers of the court of Although the small boy will have if the situation could be handled with- ; 1.
impeachment at deal with the question. The other the students are to make a Philadelphia, 0; St. Louis, 4.
11:55 o'clock. At the .' few more chances to be drowned in out such an officer. worthy;
same time counsel members silently concurred in this return for all the sacrifices of

for both sides took their seats at bathing this year, he may be able to sentiment, and Mr. Stewart retired, the ,fathers by which education was THE WEATHER

opposite tables in the semi-circular connect with a gun during the hunt- A full line of office promising to come again atsome'fu eatablU ed:,they
supplies. Cur- ,. ,. must see to'- it that Florida: ...Local rains Friday and
(Continued en last page.) ing season. tis & O'Neal. :, /L- tnre .time. i .. ', ;}.thVfjrcVtojli'tlaia, is a _winner." Saturday. o
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Atlantic City: N.: J., Sept. 17.- If you want the Best IOrlando's CENTRAL AVENUE
St. Petersbprg, Sept. 17.-A way to Select Boarding and
Dwellers in Chelsea, the fashionable
build brick roads in Pinellas county
cottage section of this resort, were I Day School For Girls
may be opened as a result of a meet- t
stirred into hysterical excitement this ing, which was held last night, when CLOTHES Reopens Wednesday, October 1.
morning by the action of a man who property owners on Ninth street Primary, Intermediate, and College u

placed a box of poisoned chocolateson north, outside the city limits, went on Preparatory Grades. (
the sidewalk at Winchester and record as favoring the building of MADE TO MEASUREYou Also Courses in Music, Art, Elocution -

Hartford avenues. brick roads wherever possible. The Domestic Science, Physical Cul i
Two servants in a cottage oppositethe meeting adopted a resolution urgingthe ture.
spot saw the man leave the box county commissioners to call a Twelve specially trained Teachers.

and they became suspicious. They special meeting at which time they Individual attention. Loving care.
went across and one picked up the will be requested to order an electionto now have the opportunity, REV. RODERICK P. COBB, A. M,

parcel just as two children showed give the people a chance to approve for have with Principal. LEARN ABOUTour
we us special
in the
their interest
inviting pack-
the Wood brick road bill. This quality confections by a trial purchase -
age by running toward it. As the deliberate bill provides that, with the approvalof resentative of Strauss & Bros. WE FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES of a pound box of our
of in berib- ,
leaving candy a the people of the county, the coun- AND DO ALL KINDS OF CHOCOLATESBON

the boned box on hailed a sidewalk Patrolman seemed queer I I ty commissoiners may build brick of Baltimore. He will be withus OPTICAL REPAIRINGDR. BONS
servants Kiger.
roads, the county paying onethirdthe
He heard their story and took the box I I A "pointer for the person wantingthe
cost, and the abutting property for next three daysTuesday
' to a druggist.In I best at a reasonable priC't-the
owners paying the remaining two-
the store the startling discovery utmost in purity and deliciousness.
,thirds. Paving certificates may be Wednesday and Thursday, this
was made that a hole had been Daintily packed and in the original
issued against the property, and run
cut in the bottom of piece of shapes and variety of finon.Burr'S .
every week.
for five years. The law can not become -
candy and part of a tablet of bichlo- I II
ride of mercury, a deadly poison, had I operative, however, until adopt- I L H. RAMSDELL Kandy Kitchen
vote of the
j ed by a majority people.
been inserted, the hole then being I OPTOMETRIST ---
Those citizens on Ninth street, north,
sealed carefully with chocolate paste. I (Successor to Dr. 0. I). Likins)
want the called
as soon as THE WILLOLAModern
Police Surgeon J. T. Beckwith later possible. ORLANDO, FLORIDA

tasted the candy. He declared each Come in and the I
see Big Line of Homelike
contained to kill
piece enough poison JUDGE SAYS PHONE ittlllliitllMIMMIMItilFresh Prices Moderate

two persons. MAKES GIRLS BAD SamplesAT
The servants said the stranger was Sanitary and

five feet nine or ten inches tall with Asheville, N. C., Sept. IT.-In his = SOUTH ORANGE AVENUE
dark hair and wore a blue serge suit charge to toe grand jury today Judge the BESTOUR Near lake lucerne

and tan shoes. He had no hat. He Frank Carter said modern conditionsare
appeared to be middle aged. After tending toward the downfall of Brown& Lartiues' CANDIES-MAKING THEM
leaving the box he walked rapidly, the government, and that the tele-

then ran, toward the beach. phone is one of the most provocativecauses Sanitary-as they are made ORLANDO FLORIDA111111111111'1"tttIIII'

of immorality and has in- I I clean, and every piece wrappedi
creased the cost of living at least I i in wax paper. *

WEIGH THAT MUCH! thirty per cent. He declared that it liliMltiMIIIMMMMMIIIIMMIMIMIMIIilllilMtj I Best-as we use best grade of ; YOU WILL SAVE MONEY ;

Chicago, Sept. 17.-A combinationof is helping to break down the moralityof 1 everything on the market.
the parcel post and the congres- young womanhood, as "boys and I ; By Getting Prices on your
: Brick and Stone Work
sional franking privilege jolted the girls say things to each other over
the 'phone that they would not Will appreciate if you will give Before Building.
machinery of the Hebron (Ind.) post- say them trial.
office today. :if they had to speak face to face." Phone or Write

Mrs. A. R. McAlpin, president of i The use of the telephone, Judge Six-room, Bath and Pantry, Modern house. One Block Mayer, Galentin & Mayer Acme Brick and

the Hebron Woman's club, has been lessly Carter to said order, caused thnigs people from mercants thought- from and in view of Lake Lucerne. Two blocks from :.1 I 134 SOUTH ORANGE AVE.MMMMtMIMIMiimHi. Stone Works
preparing a paper on immigration to
be delivered soon, and last week she that they would not otherwise pur- station, east side of Atlantic Coast Line Railroad. Lot : MAITLAND, FLORIDACHAS.
asked Congressman J. B. Peterson to chase, and thus increase their bills. 100x142 feet, shaded on west by Camphor trees, on .. A. DALLAS, Prop. *
Private extravagance, he said, "finds 'iMmiMHMimaiiMiuGood
furnish her with :
some government
south Oaks. Nice Lawn. J.A.ROWEAttorney
by 50 bearing Grapefruit -
publications on immigration.The expression in the purchase of auto-
congressman was only too will- mobiles by people who couldn't buy I and Oranges and 100 younger trees; also English : at Law printing Is a business neces

shoes were their honest debts paid, \Valnuts Guavas Pecans Bananas and sity. You can get it at the Sentinel
ing to oblige. He searched the immi- Pineapples Practices in all the Courts
bureau and private extravagance has led to office. Let us have your next order,
gration headquarters and got bearing. 40 Acres heavy pine timbered Land northwest
; Phone 24.
together fifty volumes of a net weightof public extravagance which threatensto Room 11-McNcill & Davis Building

300 pounds. These were mailed to! bankrupt the country." He said side Lake Barton, __ __ _ _ _' T- -----=
Mrs. Hatpin by parcel post, and their that much of'the crime today can be I UMBItMIIIIMMItMMMmtttMMMIItHIIMIMMMANGE

arrival caused the walls of the Hebron traced directly to extravagant living. !
postoffice to bulge. I i & BATES
The lone Hebron mail carrier had The business men in Daytona have I Apply "Sentinel" OfficeMMMIIIIMIMMMIMIHIIMMIMMItMMimilMIK !

to secure a dray to deliver the consignment guaranteed winter. $4,500 for a band duringthe I I I I; ; ROOM 5. HAND BLOCK PHONE 156 : ;


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We need the room to increase and enlarge our Men's

\ Furnishings, Shoes, and Tailoring Department, and are forcedto

close out our LADIES' DEP'T to get added room.

THEREFORE We are offering to the public our entire stock

of the Ladies' Department, consisting of the highest grades of

Ladies' Ready-to-Wear Apparel, Shoes, Etc.

'" We will sell the entire Ladies' Dep't as a whole to one in-

dividual buyer, or we will offer the entire stock to the public at

: prices right f down to the bottom

'. We respectfully invite any Merchant or prospective buyer

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to send in( their bids.

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STATE NEWS NOTES ,V ANTS ,,"fttillllMiliMiliMtlMMIiMMMMItlMimiMIHimiltllltttttl8IIIHi" .

- A new heating plant is being in- the BEFORE DECIDING
stalled at the school building in Clear- Want !

water. Want It I

ty has The is been about Calhdun discovered to become Times in a says Gadsden fact., "That" coun-oil a ies ; : "Want" It" : Bear t the e "L CAD m I LLA L"an r M Il [ IIfflind !

A single pumpkin vine growing in in the '
the garden of W. T. Walker in Or- g PRINTING '
lando, has borne 125 pumpkins in the ing \ us and we
two years it has been planted. I you

I at prices ,,,
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The schools savings bank system is
to be established in the schools in!
,dNUi r rI
Miami and it impresses us as beinga I
good thing to teach the children to
save their dimes, nickels and pennies.
For Sale, For
25c for one day
George W. Jones, of West Palm 75c for one week, for / C y Ii
Beach, caught an enormous jewfish a of must accompany
this column, as no G
few days ago. He had to call in helpto on credit.
land it. The fish weighed nearly
500 pounds and measured full 7 feet
3 inches. improved prop-
S. Y. WAY.

F.: Walton Rast, tax collector of to Daytona Beach; a ORLANDO AUTO AND SUPPLY COMPANY ii iiIf
Duval county, was suddenly strickenill
a few days ago, at Green Cove I ; modern conven-
Ocean just
Springs. A physician'was called from 4 111"1'1"1'1"1"1"1'1'1"0"1' II'IIIIIII'II".t...
$2.50 per day
Jacksonville and Mr. Rast"was takento : '
his home in that city. make rates a special by the you want the news, subscribe for A want ad. in the Daily Sentinel I If you want the news, subscribe for
} Thursday even- 1['he Daily Sentinel. I always pays. The Daily Sentinel.MMMMMMtltl .
Work is almost finished installing I
7-8-tf. :
the electric light wires in Invernessand
in a few days more the current he
will be turned on the town from the
Camp Power company's big plant on Jackson 621tf.Square Immmmmmmmu II""I !::::8nnninS
the Withlachoochee river. ,
Park, a nice "
,Miss Frances McMullen, of Largo, of the city. Call MMIMMIIMH
. who was one of the delegates from
Florida to the World's Sunday School modem five-room Gas Aaoe For r [ endes
convention at Zurich, Switzerland, addressed Apply this e rner C
a gathering at the Y. M. C. 7-1 d &. w tf

A., in Tampa, a few nights ago. I good sound and You are suddenly called from home; some member of the family takes ill during the
Fine workers md night; friends come in unexpectedly-various other domestic emergencies arise
The Miami Herald says it will be a > at once. Cali on which require a fire in a hurry. Are you prepared for such contingencies? Have
matter of surprise to our people to Wright 7.10 d&w, Or- you a gas range, or are you "battling" with a wood or coal stove?
learn that the Florida shores have In days before matches were invented the housewife kept a fire burning con
now under cultivation over one hundred piano, 88-note, tinuously, because to build a fire by friction and gunpowder was a tedious job.
thousand acres of oysters of a by Starr Piano The value of a quick-fire was recognized in the long-ago. Then came the match
quality hardly surpassed anywhere.At .shape Cost in$700 every new re, and the wood stove, but for emergency purposes it falls short of the mark. But
some reduction for the gas range came along. It is "direct transmission" applied to kitchen affairs-
a recent meeting of the Tampa same. For farther and can be geared up to the giant burner, or slowed down to the simmerer.
Merchants' association it was decidedto to P. 0. Box 114 Why subject yourself to an old-fashioned stove when all this inconvenience can
hold a celebration of the openingof 7-10-dwtf be removed by buying a range. The gas stove is quick, clean, reliable, economical.
the LaFayette street bridge in that of good pine Let us prove to you all the claims we have made by installing one for you now.
city, 'with appropriate ceremonies.The on the east side
bridge will be completed about This tract of land
the first of January. The for citrus timber grow is in ORU DO wnm D LlG T CO1

Work has started laying the foundation Orlando, Fla.
' for the handsome new $40,000 MMMitlt MM'
bank building which is to be erectedin "HMMMHMIMIIMMMIIItMHMMMIMMMIIttlimtimtMMHn'MMIiMiltllllli 4
24.'Q of good pine
Fort Myers. The building will be on the east side
constructed of the most expensive This tract of land

marble and will contain very hand The for citrus timber grow-is in I 1'' " " " " IIII' l iiiiliilllliiliiiiilSPECIAL

some fixtures. city lot, 74x210 I
streets, Orange '
The Southern Cross Chapter, U. D. Boone; centrally PRICES '
C., of Miami, will give the old vete- ; site. Call on or
Walker, Orlando,
rans a big picnic at the fair buildingon 9-11-lm
Marianna Day, the 27th of this )
month. After the picnic, the hand RENT

some monument which has been built end fiat, fur I We always have special prices but we
by this chapter, in the court house I ,
yard, will be unveiled. A. KNOX. do not have any sales.

The season 'when oysters may be ; modern.only 406, five Colo-fur- Our plan is to take the money it would

taken from the Pensacola county wa- 17-6t-eod cost to make a sale, and put it into Real
ters for commercial purposes opens
October 1, says the Journal. A large pleasant rooms, Bargains, such as will be to our custom- s
fleet of oyster boats' are being put in housekeeping;
readiness for the opening of the sea- 312 N. Main St. ers' advantage.
son and it is expected that the year's \
crop will be a large one. We mention a few articles that will .go
6-room cottage,
also several good at reduced prices :
The Times-Union says: "With six- business section of:
ty-two men in line, Company E, First 19 W. Church Regular $ 2.50 and $3.00 White Pique
regiment of infantry, National Guardof Bldg.9-14-l\v
Florida, was last night mustered well furnished Skirts at $1.74.

into the military service of the state wishing suburban Regular $1.50 and $2.00 White Skirtsat
also 2
at the Duval county armory by MajorS. acres good

C. Harrison, Jr., post commanderat in. Good Address opportu-"A," 96 Cents.A .
Jacksonville, who had been detailedfor 9.8tf
this duty by the adjutant general.The new line of Shirt Waists and Balkan
room on the busy
contract has been let for estab- and Garland Blouses from 46 Cents up.
24x70. Good
lishment of a Marconi wireless station store, shoes and mil 25 Per Cent off on Shoes.
on the property cf the Miami
Slemons. 9-6-lm
Beach Improvement company of Miami .
and work will begin at an early OR RENT
date. Frederick M. Sammis, chief en- -
of the Marconi Wireless, Tele- and five acres of '
gineer .
graph company of America, says he rent. Inquire of H. Kallllei r' NewYorK r in mr rl

considers for the Miami establishment one of the of best a wire locations I Church street. i r n [ n

less station and believes some records
will be broken there. 'r 111'11111'11'111111"111111"11'0"11"1.1111111.11.111..1. .. ... .
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40 acres fine land
Following a quarrel with her hus- I for A. automobile C. White,,I, tl""III"I'I'II'II"'IIII'IIIII"'IIII""I"11111111.'I.II'I..l tft
band a few days ago, Mrs. Trefon
9-14-Gt 1
Constantinu, wife of the proprietor of t aiideSFvicehIe od Accessories at [conomical rrices
the 5 and 10 cent store in Lake City,' sewing of all Stylish are a
attempted to end her life with carbolic I street, over Fa-
acid. She suddenly changed her 9-3-lmo.
mind and only her mouth was badly FOUND Suits for men, women or boys. If you intend to spend the holiday out of
burned. Dresses for women and girls. town do not forget these:
Please pointer notify Butt's Straw or felt hats or caps for man or boy. UMBRELLAS
Southern "college will begin its tf New Neckwear. PARASOLSCrepe
eleventh annual session Wednesday, i SOLD AT ONCE and muslin waists. RAINCOATS
September 17. A number of improve- Wool and cotton dress skirts. Suit Cases, Grips or Trunks-a Complete
ments have been made to the build- bungalow, seven Balkan blouses. Line.
butler's all
ing and campus during the summer.

A new girl's parlor with a wide and I neighborhood trees, good gar.in Come in and pay us a visit anytime just to look around.. We feel sure you will see
view fie has been added:
open of gulf,
something to interest ;..
I four
I ; ; young
to the girl' S, dormitory and has been
I one fig and a few
elegantly Martistically furnished
b' i plants. Owner go- SALOMON
..-' Apply P. 0. Box ORLANDOH'V

1 The Mianf i Metropolis says: "Es I 9-17-6t 'II'IIIIIIIII"I"II"IIIIII'.II"'IIIIII" .


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South Florida
In a little while the city will haveu;
WEEKLY :Special to The Sentinel nothing but brick streets. The people I
MORNING AND Grand Rapids, Mich., Sept. 18.-Two LAW\ CLERKS BUSY
JOSIAH fERRIS, Editor and Owner have not yet learned that they can
bandits tonight: shot and killed J. N.
- -- pet brick streets; on any thoroughfare <
"Entered at the postoffure at Orlando Floe Thompson and Edward Smith and fatally -
ida as Second Claaa Mail Matter. simply by asking the commis. :
wounded Paul Townsend, all
SUBSCRIPTION HATES LOOKING UP DECISIONS OF sioners for them. Of course, the cost : GAS TAN SIn
clerks in a local jewelry store, and
CASES SIMILAR TO ONE IX will be paid by the property owners, :
escaped with considerable cash and
TilE DAILY SENTINELOne WHICH HE FIGURES AS but they will have five years in which .
several diamonds. The men entered
Year ....................$5.00 CENTRALCHARACTERConcord to meet the payments and their prop- :
the store it being closed for
Six Months ................... 2.50 as was erty will be increased in value, by1! : either Prest-0-Lite
the night and began shooting. They
I ,
Three Months ....4. ..... ..444 1.25 N. H., Sept. 18.-Harry K. reason of the paving more than the
escaped down a side street and were
cost of the paving.-St. Petersburg ,: or Searchlight-any
Thaw sat of
By news carrier in Orlando, 5V cents per soon lost in the darkness. An armed a great heap
nwnth. Daily and Sunday. at the breakfast table Independent. :
.newspapers I
posse started in pursuit. size and we always
Orlando Morning Sentinel can be foundon :
The this morning reading Washington dis- \
ONeali Book
Curtis t
Orlando at
Store, and in Wrutt Brothers.We 'SOLDIERS GUARD COURT patches, saying that if his case went Occasionally a woman weighs her!': have them in stock

will appreciate prompt complaint if HOUSE DURING TRIAL to the United States supreme court, words-then throws in a lot for good :
delivery ia not promptly made by our camera. for
years might roll by before a decisionwas measure. exchanges.
Advertising rates will be. furnished on applicatin. handed down.
Special to The Sentinel ----- -
THE WEEKLY SENTINEL Carrizzo Springs, Tex., Sept. 18.- "We can wait," said the fugitive 1 lillilliiilllflMH
Per year by mail postage paid..f Barney Cline, an American soldier ol f I from the New York state hospital for Free Shop Service
Address THE SENTINEL. Orlando Florida. fortune, and three Mexican ammuni-' the insane at Matteawan, "but I hop< i
Office 107 Court Street. Arcade Building.
Phone 24. tion smugglers, were placed on tria Governor Felker, will decide against:

FRIDAY Y, SEPTEMBER 19, 1913. today charged with the murder o f my extradition at once so that it will SUPREME The quick kind.-no waitingfor -..
Deputy. Sheriff Ortiz. Because of the not be necessary to press our habea;

All the world's a stage, but it lacksan strong feeling against the prisonersa TODAY'S PROGRAM . some one is ready to
asbestos curtain. detachment of United States cavalrymen corpus writ in the federal courts." I

o guarded the court house, and I I Rain during the night swept the "Perfect lubrication : look after your wants.
It's the turkeytillion in Tampa and everybody entering was searched.I big elms in front of the state house
not the turkey trot. Tampa is nothing The prisoners were captured by the where the extradition hearing is to in Every Drop'5Is :4 --,

if not progressive. soldiers following a forty-eight hours be held on Tuesday and Thaw ex- FUM 4. TIRES PUMPED WITH FILTERED AIR
o chase which ended in sharp fightingin pressed a desire to walk through the refined,
produced, transported : from Automatic
Nothing was ever gained by put which the Mexican Ortiz was killed.I grounds. The sheriff said that later and distributed by the largest : Electric Pump
ting those who differ with you out of his wish would be granted.Ten Independent Oil Refining Com -air always ready-no waiting

the meeting. Listen and learn.A NUMBER OF KILLINGS law clerks, retained by Thaw's pany in the world, and only selected : on the pump.

o IN MEXICO INCREASES counsel, were busy today looking upstate : crude Is used in its man- :
brand of chewing gum which j and federal court rulings in the : ufacture.P.G.WALTONAgent.
would store the power wasted on it I Special to The Sentinel.Washington matter of extradition of persons Mi1N

would solve the power problem.o Sept. 18.-The murder charged with a crime, yet held to be I. W. PHILLIPS & S SONS S
of William 0. Robertson at Ma- legally insane. 1 Gulf Co1
zatlan, Mexico, is the fourth added Refining
Hayes Lewis is receiving complimentary "So far we have been unable to ,
notices in the Tampa Tri within the month to the appalling list .
find any case where a person in
une. The times surely are changing. already on file in the state depart- Thaw's position was ever extradited," 11111111111111111111"1'111111111"1"
ment. The murder follows in startling .
said one of Thaw's lawyers today.
A successful financier is one whom succession those of Hayes and The same statement in substance PHONES { 450 .
everybody claims to have known Thomas at Madera and Root at Tepic. .was made by Federal Judge Aldrichat 269imtHIIMMMilllllilMI

when he didn't have a dollar to his The' state department gave out todayan Littleton on Tuesday in a discussion 11111111111111111111111111111111111"11'1".1"1'"
official version of the of
name. with William Travers Jerome.TODAY'S .
o Root, saying that he met his death 4 -

Reporters have several different September 2 in a quarrel with a
kinds of friends, including those who miner. THE LUCERNEThe
feel it should be kept out of the pa-
per. SPEED DEMON KILLED Lucerne is showing some of FOR SEPTEMBER

o I Norfolk, Neb., Sept. 18.-Louis the very latest releases in pictures
The State Chamber of Commerce 'I langhetti, the Italian automobile, and is getting to be known as the

meets in Ocala, October 9. Why not driver who won the speed championhip "house of hits." The program todayis
revive the body and make it really of South America in 1909, 1910 one of the best of the season. Birthday Gifts--The Sapphire

worth while? and 1911, was instantly killed here to- Watch the Morning Sentinel for announcements. -

o lay in the secorH race of the Norfolk .
fall festival. Four Big Reels
"There are plenty of opportunities Manghetti's car capsized -
on a curve, throwing him headlong "Flotsam," two reels... .. .....K. B.
to work; a chance to loaf has always -
been harder for me to find."-Rufe.1 to the outside of the track and "Weekly No. 32"......... ..Mutual
Hoskins. breaking his neck. It was a pursui "Brothers of the Bat"..a 4..ReliJnc e SEPTEMBER'S STONE IS THE SAPPHIRE-EMBLEM
race in which only one other man Program Lucerne Orchestra
o was entered. Two-Step, "Dear Old Glory"...... OF CONSTANCY, TRUTH, HAPPINESS AND SUCCESS.
Why make all this fuss about the
........ ......4..... 1tlackie.Beyer LET US SHOW IT TO YOU .
slit skirt; we've been wearing the slit MOUNTED IN A BRACELET
Medley-Waltz "Birth of Venus"..
shirt for years. It's all in becomingused
to a thing. Tampa, Sept. 18.-Educational Sec ......... .,.............. Brown HANDY PIN, BAR PIN, LOCKET OR RING, ANY

o retary P. C. Williams has resigned his Two-Step, "G. A. R. Veterans".... ONE OF WHICH WILL MAKE HER EYES SPARKLE WITH
I .....
At the convention of National Jew-: position here with the Young Men's 4.4.,4 Mackie-Byer
elers' association in Chicago it was Christian Association and has left for Medley-Waltz, "In Slumber Sweet" DELIGHT.

Atlanta, where he has accepted the. .......... ............. Brown
declared that the
opals has almost disappeared.Miss position' as assistant secretary of the March, "Coast Artillery"......... CLEAR.
o field division of the Atlanta branch ..... ...4.......... Mackie-Bye r BLUE GEM IN SCARF PINS, TIE CLASPS AND CUFF
Mr. Williams Spanish Waltz "Onita".....
Jessie Wilson is to have an had ben connected with Brown' LINKS.
American-made trousseau. This is an the local "Y' since September, 1910, Barn Dance, "Over the Hills"..4 .

example to other young women who and had accomplished a great deal o f ........ ....a ..... MackieByerBand COME IN AND SEE THEM. '
good work while here. concert at 7 o'clock.
might afford the creations of Paris.A .

new gem discovered a in South BAN ON STREET FAIRS GENERAL YOUNGE DEAD

Africa is called helidore and changesits Tampa, Sept. 18.-The city council AT THE AGE OF 76

color from a golden yellow in the has placed a ban on street fairs and .Special Toledo to,The 0.,Sentinel Sept. 18.-General C. L.

day time to a green in artificial light carnivals in this city by placing a Younge, aged 76, died here late today, T. Evans the Jeweler
o tax upon them of, $350 a day, following a stroke of paralysis sus .
And now some fellow rises to explain where more than 25 cents is chargec'or d tained yesterday. General ,Youngewas ,

that when the morning stars admission, including grand stan a veteran of the civil war and
sang together, they sang ragtime I seats, and $50 a day where it is lessI served in the battles of Gettysburgand OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE
There are no witnesses to the con I than 25 cents. Objection to allowing: Chancellorsville.

trary. I street carnivals to come here was EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVINGs
mad the
o I eby Tampa Merchants' ass Will Mr. Bryan accept the World'offer
The origin of the name "whisky"is ciation. ? He will not.
said to be "wysk," a Welch word

No wonder a consumption of too muchof

the hot stuff tangles up a fellow's
tongue in this section.

o San Juan Brocaded and Silk Ratines
The St. Louis woman who shot her Garage

common law husband when he was

asleep asks for a Carnegie medal. I

What she deserves, however, is a
Mexican medal.

There is an estate valued at $200

000, without any claimants, waitingfor
settlement in Chicago. Rather
than have the wheels of jusitce ,. Fall-Winter Latest Styles

clogged we will lay in a claim. Doc Studebaker "lW' m1l

o i COATS and
Truth is stranger than fiction. : Fashion

Stevenson's D!. Jekyl and Mr. Hyde .

finds a real type in the priest who Toil CHEIn.ujlt SUITS - Creations
murdered the young girl and then sl
performed the functions of his holy

office. o brand new s

Young Mr. Martin of Jacksonville

has turned out to be a powerful letter
writer. He and Fred DeBerry should DeBevoise .

form a political copartnership, and! $450We
run for some office jointly. Maybe H U BRASSIERES .

both of them together might land

something.The o New Goods Arriving Daily

Tampa Tribune observes tha

Florida's governor did not get himself -
into the picture of the governors
at Colorado Springs, and conclude

that Park Trammell was off somewhere -

allowing the ladies to admir have the only tirevith a written guarantee of EXCLUSIVE MILLINERY
his "coal black PARLORS
hair. If there wa
a bet Park of that didn't kind miss you it.may be sunthat Pi McCALLUM SILK HOSIERY Second Floor BON TON CORSJETSTHE c

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For several days past there's been a Constant Stream of new Ladies' Drawers . . . . . . . . . . . . 25c, 35c, 50c, 75c It has been said that "there's nothing new under the/sun"

things pouring into this Store from the fashion Centers of the'J.. and as for fashions in Dress Materials, that would seem to be

North. More than ever are we in better Condition to meet . . . . . . . . . . ._.lC, 40c, 50c, 63c, $1.00 right in
a sense. Today's weaves and fabrics are really I reproductions

the demands of our Customers; for instance, in LADIES'Chemises . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 75c, $1.00, $1.25 of those in vogue years ago-but with new weaves

UNDER'VEAR-dainty, charming in designs, perfect in added and new adaptations. Thus there is a NEWNESS to

weave and workmanship purchases are more than dou Combinations . . . . . . .'. . . . . $1.00, $1.25, $1.50
the old
fashions-their charms intensified, their attractions
bled and than three times the selection of
our range more Princess Slips . . . . . . . . . . ... . $1.00, $1.25, $1.50 more manifold than ever.
previous seasons. ,

Underskirts . . . . . . 75c, $1.00, $1.25, $1.50, $2.00, $2.50
(We will shortly I announce our opening of New Fall Dress

We enumerate a few. We invite price Comparisons. Night Gowns . . 50c, 65c, 75c, $1.00, $1.25, $1.50, to $5.00 and Silk Goods-'twill pay you to wait.)

F. N. BOARDMAN, 104-106 South Orange Avenue ORLANDOWADE

Tampa to visit :Mrs. Henry Dolive. FOR CITY CEMETERY BOARD OF INSTRUCTION.

i ., -
THE TUNER : Mr. M. E. Welger, of Sterling, III, A communication was read before A course of study with rules and I Pineapples Cocoanuts
ORLANDO.FLA.Mr. I is a late arrival at the San Juan. council last night by Acting City regulations for the conduct of the :

J Clerk Van Buskirk from Mrs. Helen schools of Orange county has been I: Plums JUST Bananas
Mr. F. J. Davenport, of St. Peters Ensign, of Interlachen, who said that issued from the off ice"of Superintendent -
burg, is spending today in.Orlando. she had read in the Orlando papersof J. F. McKinnon of the county I
John Hunt, of Mir.neola, spent Pears Limes
yesterday in Orlando. I I the improvements that were being schools. I R RECEIVED[ [I
i The friend of Mr. S. S. Griffin are made at the cemetery, and suggestingthat The course of study as just printedwas

Mrs. M. B. Davis has gone to pleased to see him out again, aftera the name of "Lakeview" be given adopted by the Board of Public Cranberries innv Celery
tedious spell of fever. it. Instruction September 2, 1913, and
Washington, D. C., on a visit.
Mrs. Ensign said that she owned a will be found useful by teachers, who Tomatoes Apples

Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Myers, ownersof lot in the cemetery, and was interested are bound to follow its instructionsand .
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Daniels left yesterday -
for Daytona Beach. \ the Keystone, have returned froman in its improvement. She made interesting to parents, who will
,extended visit to Tampa. other' suggestions for the care of the I know just how much is to be expected,
lota. The letter was referred to the of their children in the schools.
Last night's downpour put .a damper '
Mr. and Mrs. L. ,G. Starbuck and cemetery committee. I The pamphlet is covered with orange .
on everything, even to the print More !
shops. *;'" ?1 Mr. Doane left yesterday for Daytona colored paper, which was the Coming
'_ I Beach, where,they will spend a'coupleof ,HEAVY DOWNPOUR PUTS color accidentally but appropriately
weeks. BAN OX BUSINESS chosen by Superintendent McKinnon I 1
Mr. J. E. Garrett and family are
for the Orange county board.
now sojourning at St. Petersburg for
Mr. J. H. Strickland, of Huntington Last night about six o'clock it be-
1 W. Va., arrived in Orlando yes- gan to rain. Then it rained more, COUNCIL RECEIVES COUNTY PLANTS.

Mr. J. L. Wyatt, of Atlanta, a well terday. He is a guest at the San and then-some more. At no time WARRANT FOR ROAD MONEYThe
Juan. for an hour or two did it stop rain.
the is in
known knight of grip, Or-
lando today. ing. Mr. Forrest Dabney Carr was city has received from the THE SANITARY GROCERY
Mr. Gordon. Wright yes- scheduled to sing Tennyson's "Maud"at county a warrant for the road tax
Sheriff Gordon left yesterday for from Fort Myers I'terday" ,where he the opera house, but he didn't sing money collected from the city amount CARUTHERS & GORE

Green Cove Springs to bring a wanted went 'several, days since to transact because it rained so much. The coun ing to $6,187.34. The warrant was ; Phone 200 6 & 8 Pine Street.
back. business. cil had a meeting, but for a time the formally, presented to council last I
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members couldn't hear themselves
night with a letter of transmittal
Mr. J. S. McKenzie, a prominent I Messrs. Floyd Roe and Sherman think because it rained so hard. The from County Clerk B. M. Robinson. -- -- -- ----- -- -- - --=

merchant of Oviedo, was in Orlando Fisher were among Clermont's representative streets were flooded, and there was ,

yesterday on business. citizens }jn Orlando yester. much electricity and thunder. I These are the days for riding
Your Office and
Desk WorkWill
day. thoughthe woods. Saddle the horses I II

Mr. J. M. Starck, of Savannah, Ga.j WINTER PARK SCHOOL i land I I go-miles and miles if you can.
is spending today in Orlando; a guest Mr. Caspar Topliff and Miss Fran- WILL OPEN MONDAYThe I Drink your soul full of the beauty of
of the San Juan. ces Topliff and Miss Edith Gerard Winter Park school will open' it--the crisp air, the ,crackling of be easier if you are supplied with the

( returned ,yesterday from Asheville, Monday, in charge of Mrs. Ora Dennis brown leaves under foot and the red-

See that cottage for sale' in this N. C.,where they spent the.summer. .Layton as principal. It is expected and-gold ones overhead-the fresh necessary files blank books rulers eras-
issue of the 'Sentinel. It is"a ,real t' that the school will have a much smell of the fall furrows-the sweet, .
bargain, and a good ubu ." Mrs. T. P. Warlow and son, T. P., larger attendance than usual this joyous ,whistle of the quail. Good to
Jr., have returned from Chicago, year, for one reason that the Mait- be alive? Well, you know! II ers, colored inks, pencils ink wells and

where they went with Mrs. Warlow's land school has been consolidated with I
Mrs. Joseph Bumby and child returned Ii
mother after the trip to Denver with the Winter Park school. The usual i other small
yesterday from a visit to Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Combs, of i helps that make for efficiencyand
North Carolina and Atlanta Ga. j Judge Warlow. \ (t attendance is about 125. It will probably Miami, are visiting in the city. They'
I I be 150 this year. have been spending some time at
Mr. J. E. McElmurray, ,a former, Mrs. Layton, the principal, has just Apopka, Mr. Combs' former home, system. .
Mr. S. S. Bowman, one of Taft's. citizen of Orlando, but now of Tampa, returned from the summer spent in and took advantage of their nearnessto .
enterprising citizens, was is here today in the interest of the California and other western states.
to visit brother of Mr.
a Come in and let us show about them.
out-of town business in
Covington Dry Goods company, of, She still likes Florida best. She was Combs at that place.
Orlando yesterday.Mr. I Jacksonville.Mr. accompanied on her trip by her mother -

1 r Mrs. Dennis.Dr. FOR RENT
and Mrs. W. Lawton, Mrs. P.: Walton Mathews, who wedded 1

W. Lawton and Miss Ruth Lawton, Miss Marjorie Merck May 30th at C. J. Marshal and his accom- Two-story house of seven rooms,
of Oviedo were welcome visitors to Gainesville, Ga., has arrived with his plished wife were in Orlando last one mile south of court house; good W. S. BRANCH

Orlando yesterday. bride, and they are at home to their night from Oviedo. They came over condition; between two lakes; large ,
friends at the residence of Mr; Mathews' early in the afternoon and the storm tract of land.
The Arcade Book and Music Store
Don't forget that the concert which' parents, Captain and Mrs. W. M.I caused them to seek shelter in Orlan- Six rooms in thorough repair; brick
was postponed last night on account' Mathews, Oak avenue.Tampa Trib- do's big hotel. block, corner Pine and Court streets.
of the storm will take place this even- une. 3t CURTIS & O'NEAL. I
ing at the Orlando house at I than
opera ter jealousy in a mansion. SEPTEMBERThe Putting in steel car equipment will
8:15 o'clock. I Subscribe for the Sentinel. That love in a cottage is much bet- Subscribe for the Sentinel. following'seed can be plantedthis be a great relief to railroad engineers.

month: Turnips, mustard, snap They will be able to go to sleep and
beans, collards, squash, carrots, onion know that the passengers are pro-
seed and onion sets. These seed can tected.

H be bought in five-cent papers up at
I McElroy's Pharmacy. 19-3t
THE I MONEY to loan. Phone 437, or inquire -

at this office. 18-tf
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_ Grand Theatre JUST ARRIVES!

"Vanity on the highway" still paysa

1 ridiculous toll for automobile

travel. But three hundred and fifty '

thousand new Fords will this Seasongo

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service at reasonable cost rather

Pictures Changed Daily than ostentatious display at unrea Neckwear

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instructive, and a good year seems to
s Taft, Fla., 17. Mrs. C. H.
Sept. be probable.The j
Hartley, son Edward, and Mrs. D. B. new maps and charts have been Ladies' Home Journal Patterns \ THE MARKETOf

1 Sphaler were Orlando shoppers Thurs- put in position and will aid very materially '
in those special studies; in all the new numbers :
H. Hammond, of Winter Home, .
I Cleanliness Of Quality j
was in Taft the last of the week. CONWAY ITEMS
at- : .
Messrs. Simms and Childs were Or- -
lando business callers Saturday.Mrs. I FRESH AND SALT MEATS
James' Lake was the scene of great
W. T. Riley was an Orlando: festivity on Monday evening when an McCULLOCH'SDEPARTMENT FISH AND GAME

shopper Monday. old fashioned fish fry was held.. Sup- :
and Mrs. J. B. Santee, of St.'
Rev. under the
best conditions.
per was served at 7 p. m. and then I Kept sanitary
Cloud Taft callers Monday and
were STORE
games and plays were the order of
Tuesday. the evening. Music was furnished by ; Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh
Messrs. Tompkins and McKain left
Messrs. Barber and the Partin brothers and pure.
Sunday to attend the G. A. R. national A full line of Lace Embroideries
an improvised string orchestrafor .
'encampment at Chattanooga.H. the occasion, and although the We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We havt

B. Loos was in Orlando Tuesday.C. times were gay and lively there was Ladies' Muslin Underwearand everything in the Meat Line.
H. Nelson and Leland were Or-
no tango or two-step. This party was
lando business callers Friday.Ed. .
planned and carried through by
Kinlaw, agent for the A..C. L. !
Messrs. Scott and Cary and was PARLOR MARKETH.
Railroad company here, visited at his School Dresses
marked by a happy good fellowshipand
home at Jennings, Fla., a few days
good behavior. There were aboutone
last week. C. H. Hartley had chargein
hundred and fifty present and the M. Self & Co.
his absence. scene was bright with bonfires and : Next Door to Evan's Jewelry Store' .
Miss Frances Nelson visited friendsin
the radiance of a full moon. The fish I J8-20 PINE STREET
Orlando Friday.A
were cooked by Mesdames Scott,and ..MMIMMIMHMMeiMIIIIIMMMillOMIIIi 09 frv
bright bouncing baby boy' was Spurgeon who proved excellent chefs. -- Phone No. 80MMMIIMHMIIIMIIIIIIII
born to Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Harrington -
Coffee and cake were served. This
last week. It will be known as ROLLINS COLLEGE
was such a pleasant affair that already minimum HI iiiim.
James Comfort.
another is being planned. WINTER PARK
Services held the tilt Mill I I MHMMimmmMMHMIIlMM
were at Baptist
Oldest College and Most Beautiful roughs adding machine, ,
PINE CASTLE NOTES church with typewriters
on Sunday Rev. Martinin I ill
Campus in Florida. College,Academy two instructors. New chemical and
the pulpit. [ I
Music, Expression, Fine physical laboratories, equipped with
Pine Castle, Fla., Sept. 17.-Mrs. The singing school in charge of ELECTRIC VACUUM CLEANER
Arts,Domestic and Indus- every modern device; analysis of soils,
E. L. Sphaler is visiting relatives in Mr. McDougal is largely attended every ,
trial Arts, Business, fertilizers, foods, water; preparationfor
Alabama. Sunday afternoon.Rev. .
Normal Course. engineering courses.
Miss Hazel Bennett, of Orlando, M. Fox will deliver a lecturein
Lakes, boating, swimming, golf
spent Monday with Miss Loradele Conway in the near future. Notice Twelve buildings, four dormitories, tennis, foot ball, basket ball: Four

Phillips. will be given of time and place. separate rooms, steam heat, electric consecutive years champions of Statein
Mrs. A. T. McCulloch and Mrs. Geo. Mrs. Mizell, of Plant is visiting
City lights, fire protection, fine gymna- base ball.Christian Have your room or house
McCulloch, of Orlando, visited Thurs- her daughter, Mrs. W. I. Smith, !sium, no malaria, quarter million dollar -: but Undenominational;

day with their relative, C. H. Hoff- of Conway, and Mrs. Perry Bruce, of endowment. Three teachers of Expenses Moderate, Scholar-. cleaned without dust or troubleof

rlando. music, $5,000 organ, a dozen pianos, ships Available.'
ner.Mrs.. N. T. Hansel and family expect two glee clubs, chorus class, orchestra For Catalogue address the President, furniture

to move to Mulberry this week. SAFE TO DO BUSINESS WITH superb new rooms for Business WM. F. BLACKMAN, Ph. D, moving .

The death of Wm. Wright Patrick School, full banking equipment, Bur- Winter Park, Fla.

removes a familiar figure from our There is nothing hidden about the

village. He, was a Confederate vet- advertiser. He stands for himself, I .
up The Pierce Electric Co. send Experienced
The Chicago Herald gives this def- SENTINEL BUSINESS LOCALS I an
eran and saw hard service in the civil for'his goods, for his reputation, for
inition of success:
war. After a long illness, he suc- his town.' He wants everybody to
cumber, his death occurring Thurs know him, to know his methods of He worked all day Consider the advantages of the Sen- man.

day, the 11th. business and his manner of treating And he worried all night; tinel's circulation and try our classi-
N. J. Evans arrived from He,shattered his nerves fied column for results. Real estate I .
Tuesday customers.
Tullahoma, Tenn., to rejoin his family i This makes it safe to do business And he ruined his sight; for sale, rent or exchange, houses or
He scolded his children, rooms for rent. You read the Senti-
with him. Having spent much money
here.The school has an enrollment of 65 making his name known, he can not And he railed at his wife; nel. Nearly everybody reads it.' In- -- -- -- -------

pupils, much less than the usual. Miss afford to have it tarnished, and he He lost all his friends sert an ad. now. It's the quickest

Frances May, the principal, teachingthe I will go much more than half way in And bartered his life way.

higher grades,has 20 pupils; Miss an effort to correct a misunderstanding For a pile in the bank, Tnerl[ [ [l[ Tm L IICi

Ruby Wilkins, the intermediate classes that is not of his making. lIe And a swell lot of bricks- An advertisement in the Sunday ''J

ha s16, and Miss Belle Hawkins, wants to tell more than the' bare And he how makes his home Sentinel is your opportunity to get

the primary scholars, has 29 in her truth, to do more than what is really I In a hole two by six. business. It is read by nearly every CHURCH STBEETillllllHltlilMMIIMIIiMIMIiiaiHMIMiMMMM

classes. square. body in Orlando and as a business

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jority.In In .the women textile workers industries are in the in Germany ma- The e Boys' Clothier General ORLANDO FLORIDA.Plunking, ud PLUMBER Healiig*V A Contractor and. SLAUTER HEATING Sewerage ENGINEER and Septic Show III Tank S.Construction.The Room Court St.. IHnoc rr T ITY hit once !

most Modern Sanitation of the Age in my New Inventions in Plumb.
New York city there are 13,000 45 W. bIrch Street Ing for both Private and Public Buildings. Fine Plumbing Fixtures. H
tenements licensed as factories. Estimates Cheerfully Given. Repair Work Promptly Attended to. Prices Reasonable @
Jacksonville, Fla., is to utilize public I Money to loan on improved prop- SEWER PIPE LAID AT 13 cU PER FOOT. WORK DONE NOW OR LATER.
playgrounds as evening recreation erty. S. Y. WAY. MMIHMIMHMMMMMMMMMMIIMMMMHMMIMMIMMMMMMMIMMIMIMMMMMI RIGHT NOW we offer two propositions on TERMS OF $10
centers. DOWN AND $10 PER MONTH. Every young man in
Up to March 31 the Philadelphia 1 ,. ....M MM MMM M M M MM MIM MM MItMttMittMIIIIMIMMMtlllHtHIMIIIIIIIiiMllllllillllMMlMMtMIM Orlando should embrace this chance to begin or add to his
mint coined $50,000 a day in nickelsin M estate.

More a thirty-day than 300 run. Missouri editors SEMINOLE PARK LOTS
make labors.A .less than $12 a week from their, Inside Lots On$100.the Map Before Seminole County Corner Lots $125.

modern Chinese trade union has
Money and six per cent interest back one year from the date
been formed in Shanghai by 3,000 Capital,and Surplus and Undivided Profits $130,000.00. you complete purchase if dissatisfied.
goldsmiths and silversmiths.
There are more than 150,000 feeble- Resources over Three-quarters of a Million.
minded persons in institutions in the t FIVE ACRE TRACTS
United States.Minnesota's. : } I Statement As Rendered to the Comp Near Lake Underhill. Finest land and finest
grove grovesin
iron are produc- ... '" -, :.. .. ..... troller at the' Close of Business
ranges : i"; '! 1W'H.' "-," Orange County. Develop a grove on your monthly spare
than all the other states : .. cr; t t iff '. '<1;. June 30th, 1913 .
ing I .
more ore PRICE
change. $50 PER ACRE. Timber
f. J practically
.5 : "!C-'A: pays
combined, last year's figures being almost : " ;, "\. .. ....{.. ..,.'; r;' RESOURCESBanking for clearing.
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62.5 per cent of the total output : L <."' : ... \ ..' .f ;i'.' ?.. House, Furniture
of the country.. I v:; '.. if.'-: .' .t".r."b 1o m .;. '. and F.Fixtures.........* 25,867.37 1 NO INTEREST-NO TAXES
The girls at the state college in : r" : '..d 1rt Jf\\:;.:.. ''' :J.'''' .. Loans and Discounts ..... 355,589.33 until
: 5. ., .. '!*#". \M. 7:. 1i'"'l., ...... you own the deed.
Puyallup, Wash., have helped solve .1"... v f.il ".< Overdrafts ......... 83.98
the high cost of living problem by : F \ "y'f.' );.!+ '-. ::'i'" F!'p'' ..,.i '; Stocks and Bonds ........ 26,018.33 ORLANDO REAL ESTATE CO.
learning to prepare tasteful lunchesat I 1f. 'p t; .V,H.. Cash on Hand and in Banks 254,088.11f.
I 'rf": ; Room 2. Watkins Block.
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a cost of 4 or 5 cents each. H. ;ii'--fO-1k;t :.'I'it' ''':19". 4
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East Africa has come forward with I $661,647.12 I tHIMMMIMMIMHMHItllHIiillilMIHtiMliMIIOUR .
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wood,suitable for lead pencils I ' ,; f ".r' W'i I II
a new
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at a time when the supply of American "" '\ .'i. :7:: Capital .................$100,000.00 I I
cedar, so largely employed for .", s K Surplus and Undivided I
that purpose, is approaching exhaus i Profits ................ 33389.11 I
tion. f !i* Deposits ................ 527,758,01 NEW LINE
Approximately 50 per cent of Ja- 'j ___ II
pan's exports of hats and caps consist r $661,647.12 : .
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of imitation Panama hats, more than
r i The officers and directors of the Orlando
50 per cent of the foreign 'sales of
the latter going to the United States. Bank and Trust Co. desire to Soft Felts
Brookline. Mass., said to be the rich- call the attention of its depositors and \
est town in the world per capita, does friends and the citizens of Orlandoto
the above statement. The
not permit moving pictures. The children r a manage-
ment of the Bank feels that this
of Are in. Call and them.
wealthy parents must find ---1.: reflects the conservative, sane and just see
other amusement. They know noth-
I&r _
l progressive methods employed in this
ing of the delights of the "movies."
financial institution. Strength begets
confidence, and strength is no where
Advertisers who want results know
displayed better by a bank than in MISSES HAULM & DUNN
that the Sentinel as a medium has .
no United State Government, State and County Depository healthful statements to its patrons. ,
superior in this section. i iI

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: property, both improved and unimproved. A postal or
I telephone call will bring a representative.BRITTAIN .

are This entitled and book whether to tells credit.how or everybodypays not they W; M. SLEMONS' : & WAY


ORLANDO ASSOCIATION.BUSINESS MEN': ur ew fall GOODS m ow orning In : I:I.!riMMJimilMHIttlt 15 SOUTH ORANGE MMtlllHHiiHfHmillltlfCEMENT-- AVENUE' -

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: : We sell high grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co.

FEEDFOR j made by Schloss Bros., of Baltimore. "King QualitShoes.. :
:': Boys' Suits, *;Lord Baltimore" brand. Elliott's Table Linen and Towels. : BRICKThese

: I1II Pants and Overalls made by Sweet, Orr Dry Goods from H. B. Claflin & Co. '
Brick are better than Clay Brick
& Co. Best place in the city to trade.
I r t and they are cheaper

I 4 W. M. SLEMONS Maker FRANK of Artificial HYRES Stone

The Grain Man.

Ovdi Street, Pha* 18 . ORANGE AVENUE I ; Tekplloae 159 Livingston Ave on R.R. '

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The court had been in session near-

Louis C. Massey, President. ly an hour before the last member :

took his oath. The clerk then called :
T. Pictoa Wwlow, VietJ'rtt. 8. WtUn Beer Cufckr
Howtri C. Babcock Au't CubWr Samuel A.Newell AMt Cukkr the; name of William Sulzer. He did
not answer. Judge Herrick arose and :

announced that in accordance with a :

THESTATE notice filed %hen the court convened, OnlySTATES

Governor Sulzer desired to appear

H BANK then through granted; appointed by counsel.the a presiding committee This request judge of ,three who was UNITED [ DEPOSITARY[r

to draw up rules and method of procedure .
for the court.

The court, on motion of '('f1\t..r l IN ORLANDOIS

of OrlandoTHE Wagner, then adjourned until 10 .

I. o'clock tomorrow. The notice lIt ad

journment was formally announced

OLDEST BANK IN THE CITYOF by the court courier and all &p.'cta> t't j, IT M l 1 rJ
tors remanied in their seats while !

the members of the court filed solemnly

out of the chamber.
ORLANDO AND ORANGE COUNTYAND Chief Judge Cullen announced that

although the senators who served on
the Frawley committee were seated r w

The Bank which transacts more business than I I that the points raised against their

any Bank between Jacksonville and Tampa I sitting in judgment in the impeachment .

I trial would be considered later.



The large patronage of this Bank has been built up :I Special Albany to The, N.Sentinel.Y., Sept. 18.-Estimates : sends his deposits to us (as do our ever

during twenty years by conducting its business on sound : as ,to what the trial of Governor Sul : increasing mail depositors throughout the

banking principles with careful attention to the legiti : zer will cost the state of New York, ; surrounding country). '

of customers. The confidence of the publicis made yesterday, differed greatly. '
mate wants
: Some senators were of the belief that OTHER NATIONAL BANKS

reuected in the large amount of deposits. : the expenses to the state would come deposit with us for the credit of the U. S.

First of 1913 $900,000 close to $1,000,000, but it is said that
Average deposits Quart er Treasury any sums they may owe it.
i the comptroller's office has drawn up
estimate based on $28,000 a week.
Should the trial last for one month,
it estimated* by some that the cost are cashed by us, and charged to the U. S.

Our correspondent banks are located in every part of would be about $250,000 with about Treasurer's account. .

the world and include some of the largest Banks in the ; $50,000 for every week that it lasts
over that, or close to a half million NO OTHER ORLANDO BANK

United States.4IIIIIIIIHHIIMMI. dollars if the trial lasts two months.
does this, nor is a United States depos-
Several senators today said that they
HMMMIMIMi itary, their advertisements to the con-
did not believe the trial could be finished -
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-- in less than two months. trary notwithstanding.
GREAT SUCCESS Of Following is one estimate of the :
first month's cost of the trial: :

Pay of 49 senators at $40 a :

NEGRO [ENTERPRISE[ day ..... ....... .... ...$ 60,000
Continued From First
( Page.) Counsel for Sulzer (conserva- :

:I space between chairs. the dais and the senIator's Counsel tive estimate for the)assembly...... ........ 50,000 50,000..i i ; :IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII"SPECIALI" '\'" ::::::::: :::

PUBLISHING HOUSE AT NASHVILLE Behind the dais, where Chief Judge' Stenographer's, clerk's fees,

THAT EMPLOYS MANY Cullen, of the court of appeals, sat etc. ...:........ .. ....... 50,000 IMIMIMMIiilMIMIMIMMMMHMtilMMMimMMMMHMnimiMMMItm
HANDS AT COST OF MANY as presiding officer of the court, there
Expenses of Frawley Committee -

THOUSANDS ANNUALLY hung today a great velvet tapestryof to date .. .. .......... 75, 00'
gold. In its center was worked the
Special. to The Sentinel. coat of arms of the state of New $285,000 I !
Tenn. 18.-Out of York and its "Excelsior"
Nashville, Sept. motto, at In addition to this sum it is estimated I
the quagmire of superstition and ig- each corner hung the shield of the that another quarter of a mil-
the there has United States.
norance among
Ion dollars already has been spent I
sprung up in this city an institution On the raised front of the chief :
in the fight between Sulzer and Tammany -
valued at four hundred thousand dol- judge's desk symbolic scales were
Hall and by the legislature sit-
lars, employing more than two hun worked out ..in relief over the word I
in session. There is
ting extra some
dred negroes, doing a business of over 'Justice." doubt as to whether the senators will! I fRIDAY SATURDAY AND MONDAY

two hundred thousand dollars annu- All but one of the forty-nine sena- be entitled to receive $40 a,day. One
ally and operating the largest plantof tors-John C. Fitzgerald, of New
section of the law says they may receive ,
its kind in the world. These start- York-answered to their names' as
the same pay as justices of the
ling facts were brought out in the the roll was called by Senate Clerk
court of appeals, while sitting as a
seventeenth annual report of Richard Patrick E. McCabe. Senator Fitzgeraid -
part of the court of impeachment,
Henry Boyd, D. D. LL D., the secretarytreasurer is ill.
while another section says they may 1000 Yards 18-Inch FLOUNCING the
manager and found. The senators appointed a committee receive only their, regular pay of $10a n V J
er of the National Baptist Publishing of two to notify the court of appeals
day as senators. Some of the senators for Corset Covers and Princess I M
House, to the National Negro Baptist that the senate was "ready to join the Latest n
assert that they will get $40a
convention now in session ia this city. with them in completing the trial
I day and the $10 as well. Some cyn- mwm
Dr. Boyd was born a slave on a 25c values
(court for the impeachment of William ical persons insinuate that the trialis Slips. Regular -
plantation in Mississippi and was "
:Sulzer. ,
much more likely to come to a
afterwards taken to Texas. He servedas There was a two minute silent
quick end if the senators are to receive -
a waiting boy to a Confederate wait. Then at 12:02 o'clock the doors
only $10 a day.
army officer during the civil war and I opened and the judges, nine in num. The senate chamber has been made
was present at the battle of Lookout ]ber, clad in their somber judicial
over for the purposes of the court ofimpeachment. 500 Yards --The New CASTILLIAN MOHAIR
Mountain and Missionary Ridge, at :robes, filed solemnly into the chamber. 'at a cost of $2,500. A V J
which time his killed. He
owner was
:Senators and spectators rose and remained '
bench has been erected at the west
has the distinction of being the first : standing while the acting lieutenant end of the room directly under thmen's Correct Patterns for Children's School
1 negro ordained a preacher in the state governor welcomed the court. U I
gallery for the presiding judgeand ,
of Texas, but came to Tennessee in Judge Cullen was escorted to the arrangements made for the sena- Dresses Regular 35c sellers, now -

"1896, after being elected by the same dais and presented with the gavel tors' chairs near the justice's bench.

convention that is now in session in which he brought down solemnly declaring Accommodations were also made for
this city, as secretary of the pub- the court convened. Judge
the assembly board of managers,
lishing house. The convention's instructions -
Cullen announced that the first busi-
which has charge of the prosecution;
to him were to publish a ness of the court would be to call the Don't Fail Visit
for thirty-one newspaper reportersand to M
literature for their people.
roll to determine if there was a ma- counsel. witness
for opposing A
Without money, without machinery, who is
jority present. Judge Gray,
chair also has been installed, togetherwith
without training, without any help abroad, was the only one who did not
accommodations for stenogra-
except from his own store-house of respond to his name. phers and clerks. THE SUIT 'DEPARTMENT

ambition and knowledge, his report The oath of office was then admin .

shows he has built a plant in the istered by Clerk McCabe to the pre-' .

Sunny South for his people that is regarded siding chief judge. THE FLORIDA MARSHALS

as the "door of hope" in the After the roll call Judge Cullen declared Washington, Sept. 18.-President
skilled printing art school. Religious the court duly constituted. He Wilson made the following nominations The Latest Creations from the

tracts and pamphlets numbering over announced that the question had been today: -
twelve millions have been distributed raised as to the right of Judges His.' Joseph W Folk, of Missouri, so- Cream of the Markets
during the past fiscal year, says the cock, Chase and Miller, designated licitor for the department of state,

report, while more than forty-three) members of the court of appeals, to James B. Perkins, United States AR.E ARRIVING DAILY

thousand dollars have been turned :sit as members of the high court. He marshal, northern district of Florida.

over to missionary operations on said in his opinion the designated J. Clifford Brown, United States

home fields. This report created an judges should be permitted to sit. marshal, southern district of Florida.

outburst of applause, as the plant is Counsel for both sides assented.The .

located here and is being viewed and right of Senator Frawley, FAVORITE THEATER

inspected this week by the delegates chairman of the committee which
present.Dr. brought out the evidence against Gov- High Class Motion Pictures

Boyd is also secretary of the ernor Sulzer, and other senators on Program Changed Daily

home mission board of this convention the committee, to sit as members of Toda's Program

which board has built four the court was challenged by the defense 3 Reels 3
churches and added a membership of but they were permitted to "Under Fire" (Bison). A magnificent .HilllHIMA , . . . . , , , lit

nearly one thousand in Panama dur- --- -----------
take the oath of office. two-reel civil war drama. You - --- --- --

ing the past four years. They havealso Judge Cullen then solemnly admin- can't miss this one. 'It's different I NEW HIGH RECORD initial figures, and .prices eased off I realizing the market firmed tip again
operated in the far West, having istered the oath to member of I I toward midday on continued Lull
every from any we have shown yet. Stupendous 9 or 10 points from the best, but there'was sup
employed fifty-six missionaries to the court in alphabetical order. Each battle scenes that have created a good deal of fresh buyirg and I port with prices ruling about six to

preach the gospel in that region. was called to the bar and stood with world-wide astonishment and New York, Sept. 18.-The cotton bullish sentiment seemed to be seven points net higher.

.upraised hand and answered "I do" comment. i market made new high records for strengthened by bullish private ca- Receipts today 40,000 bales.

WANTED NEGRO CAUGHT to the following form of oath: "A Modern Witness" (Victoria), A the season at the opening today, on bles. I

St. Petersburg, Sept. 18.-Albert "You do solemnly swear to truly strong onereel dramatic feature. a renewal of yesterday's buying move- I

Craft, a negro, wanted in Elberton, and impartially hear, try and determine Special today! "The Panama 11i i ment strength in Liverpool and crop : Opening. prices were: Sept. 13.30,'I The buyer who thinks he is putting
Jan. 13.28 Mar.
Oct. 13,45,,Dec,13.40, .
Ga., on a charge of disposing of mortgaged the impeachment of the assem- lustrated Weekly," showing development ; damage reports. First prices were one,over on the quality printer when
13.36, May 13.37 June 13.30, July
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