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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 20, 1913
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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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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VOLUME ONE ; ORLANDO FLORIDA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1913. NUMBER 191.E .

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INSANE STONE E MASON MAKES IMPEACHMENT BIDS All RUDY fOR CITY I DlAl.IS HUfRT A'S CHOICE


fAIR TO DRAG AlONG SC"OOlS] OPEN


ATTEMPT TO DESTROY fAMilY fOR PRESIDENT Of 1EXIC0THAY .

SULZER LOSES IN HIS FIRST ATTEMPT BUILDING IS IN READINESS AND
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TO SHOW THAT ARTICLES TEACHERS ARE RETURNINGIN -

BLOWS HOME UP WITH DYNAMITE SEABOARD Will BID WERE ILLEGALLY AMPLE TIME FOR \ SLEEPS IN PROVISIONAL PRESIDENT

KILLING SELF PASSED FIRST DAY WANTS HIS COMPANION

AND DAUGHTER fOR TOURIST TRADE "T"RONf ROOM TO RETURN
N. Y. 19. GovernorSulzer's I
Albany, Sept. When the eye of the small boy fallson ,
lost their first fightin
lawyers this item, supposing that he should I
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the high court of impeachment today drop his eyes on it, there will be a lit-
HIS win (ESCAPES( when the four senators chal- ELECTION OCT.l6 1 1I
PASSENGER
CHANGE MADE IN LOCAL tle deprecatory shiver to run throughhis FUGITIVE IS POPULAR HERO IX !

OFFICE AND PULLMAN lenged by the, defense were permittedto small frame, for it is portentousto CONCORD AND MAKES THE

.. THROUGH SERVICETO retain their seats. him; it is a seal of doom, as it MOST OF HIS PRESENTOPPORTUNITY
THOUGH SHE WENT THROUGH INAUGURATED The vote which was on the questionof were, reminding him that less than NOT BELIEVED THAT TYRANT
whether the'court should entertain
EXPLOSION AND REMAINED ten days remain of his summer vaca- WILL ATTEMPT TO SUCCEED
the challenges, was unanimous I

UNCONSCIOUS FOR AN The Seaboard Air Line is laying- its against such procedure. The four. tion.On Monday, September 29, the city Concord, N. IL, Sept. 19.harryThaw .I HIMSELF IN OFFICE OF

HOUR AFTERWARDSSpecial plans to get a greater share of the senators directly concerned, Frawley, schools open. 'As a rule the girls are a federal prisoner, is living to- CHIEF EXECUTIVE

to The SentineLBloomington passenger business in and out of Orlando Wagner, Ramsperger and Sanner, did, always eager for the opening of night in the throne room of the Eagle Mexico City, Sept. 19.-Instructions -

Ind., Sept. 19.-Mack < than it has been receiving, and not vote. school, but the small boy has no such hotel, made famous by Winston have been sent by President
Hurst, a stone mason, dynamited his has made some changes in line with Immediately following' the vote of pleasurable emotions to thrill his soul Churchill in his book, "Coniston." Huerta to Gen. Felix Diaz, who is

house here early today, killing him- that policy that will be of much local the court the reading of the long arti- at the announcement that school is Like 'Jethro Bass, the hero of the now in Europe, to return to Mexico

self and one daughter and fatally in- interest. cles of impeachment was begun. to begin again. book, Thaw is directing a retinue of I I immediately. It is expected that he

juring two other daughters, in addi- Beginning October_ 1 the city ticket "What answer does the respondent Such, however, is the direful truth, lawyers and politicians who are hereto will sail within a few days.

tion to demolishing the house. Mrs.: office of the company will be, locatedin interpose to the articles of impeachment and all is being made ready for the carry out his wishes. This fact is learned on high au-

Hurst, in a remarkable manner, escaped -! Estes' drug store. Mr. E. A. Miner filed by the assembly" queried opening, which is expected by the Four presidents of the United thority, and it is regarded here as indicating -

injury. Hurst is, believed to has been appointed city passengerand Judge Cullen when Clerk McCabe had school officials to be the best in the States, Pierce, Hayes, Roosevelt and that Gen. Huerta intends to

have been insane. freight agent and V. W. Estes finished reading the articles of impeachment history of the Orlando schools. Taft, have slept in the bed which will abide by the pact signed at the Amer-

The dead: has been designated as passenger The officials could wish, in fact, be occupied by Thaw as long as he ican embassy last February to placeno

Mack Hurst, fifty years old. agent of the line at this place. Judge Herrick thereupon stated that the opening would not be as goodas stays here.Attended. obstacle in the path of Gen. Diazin

Maud Hurst, sixteen years old. Mr. G. Z. Phillips, assistant general that, pursuant to the notice of yesterday it promises, for they will be put to by United States MarshalE. his candidacy for the presidency.It .

Fatally hurt: passenger agent, and Mr. R. L James, that objection would be made to it in providing a way to take care of P. Nute and Sheriff Holman Drew, is considered possible that Gen.
Fannie Hurst, thirteen years old, traveling passenger agent, were in I the validity of the impeachment, Louis the enrollment. I for the present a federal deputy, Huerta will throw his influence to

one leg blown off and body mangled; Orlando yesterday making arrange I Marshall of the governor's counsel It is known in advance that the Thaw is enjoying practically all the Diaz, which almost would insure his

almost unrecognizable. ments to put the changes in effect.A I would argue that point. room will not be sufficient, and in or- liberties of a man never convicted ofa election.

Elizabeth Hurst, six years old, body handsomely appointed office will': Attorney Marshall, reading from a der to care for the overplus it has crime. The only request refused The partisans of Diaz have not

mangled.But be fitted up in the Estes drug store, prepared brief, asked that the entire been decided to make a division, so I has been that to attend a theatrical ceased to labor in his behalf. They
little is known of the tragedy and Mr. Miner will have hours at this There his have
proceedings be dismissed on the that some of the pupils will be taught I performance. guardiansdraw assert they organized nearly
beyond the results. Mrs. Hurst, who place, dividing his time between the ground that the "court is without jurisdiction in the forenoon and some in the after-! the line for the present. Tomorrow 3,000 "clubs" throughout the republic.

,escaped injury, how, she says, she uptown office and the station. In the and the charges are null, noon. This will make it inconvenient,i!j a sight-seeing trip and aI Up to the present Gen. Diaz is
that the man forenoon he will be at the station I scheduled for him in the field.
does not know, says void and of no effect. much more so for the teachers than shopping tour are the only candidate
awoke the family at 2 'o'clock this from 8:30'to' 9:15, and at the uptown The principal attack was directed for the pupils, but it is hoped that the I,'and a horseback ride is being consid- The Catholic party, the only big

morning and told them all to gatherin office from 9:30 to 12. In the after- against the constitutionality of the temporary .arrangement will be ac | ered.A. organization likely to put forward a

his bedroom. noon he will be at the station from ; action of the assembly in adoptingthe cepted as the best possible solution of, Salvation Army band played out- candidate in opposition, held a convention

After they had all entered he 4 to 7 o'clock. impeachment articles during an the problem until a better way can side his rooms tonight and gathered several weeks ago and ad-

closed and locked the door' and spoke Through Pullman sleeper service to: extraordinary ,session ,when the sub- be found. j'I money from the crowd wiating to see journed without naming one. Leaders -

only these five words: ; Jacksonville will be inaugurated ject matter had not been recommended The plan will require the him. of that party have called another

"We will all die together." about December 1, and will 'continue ,by the governor. tion of the patrons, and co-opera-I I Concord is wild over Thaw. Since convention for Sunday. It is no secret -

Then he picked up a stick of dyna- through the tourist season. Mr. Phil- When Marshall concluded Judge asked to remember that the most I j I he was cheered by a crowd in Justice that they favor Huerta, and in

mite which was lying on the floor lips stated yesterday that his line be- Cullen ordered the noon recess and hearty assistance on their part will Globensky's court room in Sherbrooke, the previous ccnvention they decidedto
and threw it under the bed. lieved Orlando deserved and ]I three weeks he has the should he
near him that adjournment was taken until 2 p. m. be necessary to make the plan a suc- Que., nearly ago, support president
There was a deafening roar and Mrs. would appreciate the improved ser cess. .It has been tried successfullyin I not met such a reception as that given again become a candidate.

Hurst remembered: nothing more un- vice which it is proposed to give. The other cities that had the same him when he stepped from the Much comment has been caused by

til she came to consciousness at the tourist season is. expected td be better.COUPON CASE WILL problem to face. It should be smoking car of a Boston and Maine the selection by President Huerta of

home of a neighbor nearly an hour than ever. The railroads are all pre- I| bered, too, that Orlando is remem-I, railroad train at 2:20 a few days ago. Eduardo Tamariz, one of the most

later. paring for a heavy movement, and in I BE DELAYED STILL I only town that has inadequate school For three days Thaw's advance prominent among the younger lead-

The noise of the explosion awoke the course of things. Orlando will have facilities. The public schools which agents had been at work paving the ers of the Catholic party, for the

the whole city. Police and firemen all the visitors that can be .'taken opened a week ago in New York pre-I way for his coming into town. With portfolio of public instruction in his

hastened to ,the scene and at once began care of.SONG. ATTORNEY GENERAL IS GIVEN sented a much more complex situa- the exception of bill posting, they re- cabinet, vacated by Jose Maria Lo-
a search of the ruins. The bod- tion. There sorted to every means known to the zano, who has been transferred to the
TWENTY DAYS IN WHICH TO were many thousand
ies of Hurst and his dead daughterwere FILE HIS BRIEF IN children who could not be providedfor circus profession. department of communications and
found in of debris the of Thaw had been works. Tamariz has heldan
a mass at all Boiler-plate cuts public never
CYCLE AT OPERA I at and they had to be refused
rear- of the home.SCAFFOLD ANSWER admission to the schools. There was I.distributed among the local papers, important public office, althoughfor

for it and his "own interviews" were sup- several years he has been identi-
HOUSE PLEASED CROWD no help even though some of
NG FELL IN Huntsville, Ala., Sept. 19.-The, them were cared for by renting abandoned -I plied. fied with political affairs. .
.. new Florida anti-coupon law, placinga hails and armories. Thaw himself chose the time to enter It is learned that bankers who recently -

tax of $750 a year on every articleor ; l The school authorities are hoping I the capital of New Hampshire. agreed to influence the admin-
HANSON'S NEW STOREMEN FORREST DABXEY CARR GREET. package of merchandise sold i in ''that the proposed bond issue for I Last night he summoned members of istration to the extent of 12,000,000 to

EDBY, AUDIENCE THAT APPRECIATED Florida containing a coupon or offer | building another school house will be his legal staff to his room in Little- 15,000,000 pesos have declined to offer

HIS WORK of a prize, was attacked on constitu- adjusted and carried and the building ton. He showed them the reports any hope of assistance dating beyondthe

WORK ON STEEL CEILING tional grounds in federal court here! in condition for use by another term. from his advance agents. Then he coming elections.

HAD PLUNGE, BUT NO ONE Music lovers of Orlando enjoyed a i yesterday. It is hard to force such matters.' In told the United States marshal and Gen. Trevino, selected by Gen. Huerta
A temporary restraining order was. fact the that the deputized sheriff that he would to head the military court, has declined -
WAS HURT rare treat at the song recital given delays they have encountered -
I issued by Judge Call of the district: their start for Concord on the 9:59 train the post, giving as his reasonill
are entirely beyond
by Mr. Forrest Dabney Carr, Friday
court several weeks ago, and today I control, but they are working the the following morning."I health and his advanced age.
evening under the auspices of the
The workmen who were putting up Attorney Cooper, of Jacksonville,, problem out patiently, and it will not want to take advantage of the Such newspapers as commented on
Mendelssohn club.
the, steel ceiling in Hanson's store on representing several hundred Florida be months the public sympathy my men have created the president's message have voiced
many at most
they
From the opening number it was
Pine street yesterday afternoon were dealers, asked that the order be made! hope, until the matter of sufficient there," Thaw told his keepers, and mild approval. None attached partic-
evident that the audience was in
given a plunge to the floor without per- permanent. Judge Shelby, of the circuit school room in Orlando will be solved they agreed to leave at his pleasure. ular significance to any portion.
fect sympathy with the singer, and
warning, and it seemed remarkablethat court, and Judges Sheppard and I f for to Littleton appeared to be glad to Federico7 Gamboa, the foreign min
attested its appreciation with many years come.
nobody should have been injured gener Call, of the district court, heard arguments I get rid of him. There was a crowd at ister, is regarded as the probable
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but they all escaped without ous applause. I by Mr. Cooper and AttorneyGeneral .4. the railroad station, but there were choice of the Catholic party after

hurt.The Apart from uncertain legato work West, of Florida. I no cheers. Thaw was disappointed."Well General Huerta, for the presidency.
SEWER WORK ON SOUTH
and occasionally singing off pitch,
underpinning with
gave way The petitioners claim the privilegetax I guess I will have a big
Mr. Carr did, creditable work. These
out warning and the entire structure is so high that it is prohibitive,,,1 showing when we get to Concord," he
defects probably due to the cold STREET GOES ON SLOWLYI
collapsed and there was a powerful were and being discriminative is in violation said to reporters. "By the way, I SENATOR OWEN TO PUSH
which the singer suffered, rather than I
crash that brought people running: of the fourteenth article of the have sent a 250-word story to a
from direction, expecting to, to poor method, and were atoned for
every I federal constitution. j I Poughkeepsie newspaper which is CURRENCY MEASURE
find a fearful catastrophe, but everybody by his intelligent interpretation of Attorney General West was given CONDITION OF SAND WITH friendly to me. That will help me if
was relieved when it was dis.jthe i music, and an artistic fitting of WATER WHICH IMPEDED "
I( twenty days in which to file a brief. I I should be extradited.
covered after the dust had cleared j I I tone color to suit the mood expressed. I j PROGRESS ON GARLAND When the train pulled into the station EVERY
that no one had suffered in,1{ The tone work was especially good"Hiawatha's [ EFFORT WILL BE MADE
Thaw Nute
away any Drew anld former
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Vision" and "The
jury. The workmen were startled I 1 Gov. Stone of Pennsylvania climbed
WAS NOT WITH
and somewhat shaken up and slightlybruised j| Race Between Life and Death: and i : HIM ;i The sewer work which is going for- into the first car, a smoker. His escort AN EARLY DATE

but there was no serious hurt:I in the final number of the cycle. However Special to The SentinelNew j ward on South street is meeting with asked Thaw if he would rather Special to The SentinelWashington, Sept. 19. Every effort
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recorded and it not long before, i it was evident that Mr. Carr depended -, j practically the condition that
was II York, Sept. 19.-In a remark- same have a Pullman, but he replied that will be made by Senator Owen and
things were being set to rights again. I upon his magnificent vocal instrument -I able statement to the newspapersthis had to be dealt with on Garland I he was "playing to the crowds" on his colleagues to expedite the consid
for effect, rather than upon afternoon Schmidt reaffirmed his. street. the
way and could not get popular eration of the house bill
I currency ,
TARPON FISHING INSUWANNEE I I correct vocal production. I j confession to the murder of the Au-.1 i The cut on South street is running i iI favor by riding in a first class sec- which is now before the senate com
RIVER,' Mr Carr was ably accompanied by I muller girl and absolved his alleged| I about ten feet deep, and not only is I II tion. mittee.

Mr. William Branch, Jr., who deserves I accomplice Muret from connection 11 I the depth of the cut "running," but "My friends along the line will expect Senator Owen said this afternoonthat

Otter Creek, Sept. 19.-Mr. S. J.'I special mention for workingup with any of his wrongdoings Schmidt 11 J the sand and the water are also in a me to say something to them and he expected to close the present

Gunn has just returned from a tripto I r the difficult music so creditably on I also declared that if he could con state of moving all the time, and the t want to get where I can open the hearings next week and bring the

the west pass* of the Suwannee,, such short notice. Until almost the vince the Louisville authorities that, contractors are having a merry time window and shake hands," Thaw measure into the senate by October

river, fishing for tarpon, and he reports last moment an accompanist had not he was guilty of the murder of little, with it.The whispered to his keepers. He was 6, the date predicted some time
having great sport in hooking,: been found, and Mr. Branch volunteered Alma Keller, who met her death I difficulties are being met led to the middle of the car, wherehe The time of the committee was takenup ago.

four and succeeding in landing one, to do the work. while he was connected with St., bravely, however, and it is hoped that selected seats that would keep him today entirely by Andrew J.

same being six feet and four inchesin : The piano for the concert was generously Johns church in that city, that he! the bad conditions,are soon to be on the platform side at the railroad Frame, a banker of Waukesha Wris.
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length, thirty-six inches girth, and t furnished for the occasion by would gladly confess that crime and I done with. The other gang which is stations. representing the
banks.
weighing 108 pounds and requiring, the Drennen & Lattner music house. thus save Joseph Wendling, the for-, working on Lucerne Circle is going Frame's statement country indicates that

fifty minutes to land. mer school janitor, who is now servo forward with good progress, and it THE WEATHER some of the small banks were not
Mr. Gunn feels quite elated over Get your school books and supplies ing a life sentence for the murder. is believed that the entire Circle work Florida: Local showers Saturdayand ticularly enthusiastic over the com-par-

his success, being an amateur in that early. Avoid the rush. Curtis & will be completed within. twenty days probably Sunday, except fair pulsory provisions of the regional reserve -
class of sport O'Neal. A Subscribe for the Sentinel. I lor thereabouts. Saturday in northwest portion. plan..M' ,

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1 CIIULUOTA SUNBEAMS little Sadie Futch as flower girl, and jThe' Cathedral School II I WE FIT GLASSES GRIND LENSES
Pinckney Hart as page. Rev. Mr. AND DO ALL KINDS OF

Chuluota, Fla., Sept. 18.-The nice Gran, of Lockwood, performed the If you want the Best I EAST CENTRAL AVENUE OPTICAL REPAIRINGDR.
cool breeze tells us autumn is near. ceremony. Their. many friends ex- :Orlando's Select Boarding and
Guavas are quite plentiful in this tend best wishes for a happy and use- I I
Day School For Girls
section and the housewife is busy can- ful life. CLOTHES .
ning this delicious fruit. I Reopens Wednesday, October 1.
Mrs. 0. W. Townsend and children, GRANDMA SAYS Primary, Intermediate, and College j
of Cocoa, are visiting her parents, Preparatory Grades.
Mr. and Mrs. Gabe Long. That it is always best to watch the MADE TO MEASUREYou Also Courses in Music, Art, Elocu L H. RAMSDELL
Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Raulerson and man who is always looking at the tion, Domestic Science, Physical. Cul- OPTOMETRIST -
son, Alfred, who have been visitingMrs. clock, for he is always trying to beat ture.;
M. E. Jacobs, left Wednesdayfor time. Twelve specially trained Teachers. (Successor to Dr. 0. P. Likins) 1
their home in Fort Pierce. have the Individual attention. Loving care. ORLANDO, - FLORIDA
now opportunity,
Miss Lottie Mathers, our primary That some young ladies in Orlando 1 REV. RODERICK P. COBB, A. M.,
teacher, spent Saturday and Sunday have so much to talk about that they for we have with us special rep- Principal. SEEDS TB\T UY BE PLANTED DIKING
with home folks at Gabriella.Mrs. really forget to help mamma wipe the I SEPTEMBER
G. M. Jacobs and daughter, dishes. I resentative of Strauss & Bros., i J. A. ROWE The following seed can be plantedthis
Miss Bertha, left Wednesday for Tampa month: Turnips, mustard, snap
. to visit relatives and friends fora That some people never "miss the I of Baltimore. He will be withus Attorney at Law beans, collards, squash, carrots, onion t
few weeks. water till the well runs dry," and I Practices in all the Courts seed and onion sets. These seed can
Billie Jacobs and W. H. Merry- there are others who do not worry for next three daysTuesday, be bought in five-cent papers up at
weather spent Monday in Orlando. themselves about water at all. Room 11-McNeill & Dads Buildieg McElroy's Pharmacy. 19.a:
Misses Pearl and Margie Kilbee Wednesday and Thursday, this
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and brother, William, spent Sunday That probably the person who J '
with their aunt, Mrs. J. A. Prevatt, keeps count of complaints is pretty week. tiHeflMtittOMMMMItttMlliHillMIOH9tiiMt99tMAre
at this place. busy, but we know of one or two ;;
Mr. and Mrs. 0. S. Massingill and neighborhood gossips that can't be @ @ You Going to Build? I
children and Mrs. P. E. Culley ands beat-they're always busy.

n, Joe, left Wednesday for Tennessee -,
month's vacation. I That the little misunderstandingout
on a USE BRICKNot
)Ir. and Mrs. J. Tilden Jacobs spent east of town has been amicably Come in and see the Big Line of

Monday in Geneva. settled and that young couple are I i
)Ir. and Mrs. L. B. Collins, of At- again cooing like a pair of turtle Samples just brick, but specify, get the best; they cost no !

lanta, arrived in Chuluota Tuesday to doves. more, look better, last longer, and are more satisfactory .
make this their future home. These =AT== all around. V
good people formerly lived here and That the most pitiful sight we have
say they are glad to get back. ever witnessed was that of a man on JELK'S Macon Brick-common, paving, fire and rough J
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Lartigue None better.
texture.
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Swansonand the way to the depot, standing around
children, of Bayate, Cuba, arrived and waiting for his wife to say goodbye LEGG'S Pressed and Fancy Faced Brick. I am state |
this week with their effects to make to her woman friends. agent. '
this their home. Mr. Swanson lived
here before the freeze and says he is That spooning parlors were not Carry large stock on hand, make quick shipments. Wire j

glad to get home. dreamed of in the golden days of MillMMMIIUIiMMiiMMimiim MIIBIItM.. your orders, at my expense.I .

Mrs. Lusader, of Orlando, is visit- yore, but the young people got together -
ing her sister, Mrs. Billie Jacobs. somehow, and they had their : FOE s.A.zESixroom : handle:
Miss Emma Proctor, of Cocoa, 'is share of the romance that makes life : ATLAS PORTLAND CEMENT, BEAVER BOARDS,
visiting her uncle, D. E. Hart. look so beautiful and good. : II II AGATITE CEMENT PLASTER, Fuller's Peninsular
Christmas, were visiting Mrs. M. E. Brand Roofing, Metal Laths and Shingles, Crushed Rock,
That there is afloat Bath and Pantry, Modern house. One Block :
Christmas ,were visitnig Mrs. M. E. a rumor regarding I Granite Curbing, Building Sand.
Jacobs Wednesday.Guests . a matrimonial contract be-I'' from and in view of Lake Lucerne. Two blocks from :

of the "Palm" for the week tween prominent young society pea station, east side of Atlantic Coast Line Railroad. Lot : Also, Fruit and Vegetable Pickers' and Packers' Supplies:
pIe here, but it can not be definitely
were: Messrs. Sanders, Blue, Bran- I Crates, Wraps, Field Boxes, Straps, Nails and Ladders.
feet shaded
on west by Camphor trees
stated just when the marriage will 100x142 on
ham, Schuler, Walker, Lusant, Tur- '
ner, Raulerson, Alderman, Mr. end take place. south by large Oaks. Nice Lawn. 50 bearing Grapefruit -

Mrs. Lawrence Swanson and children, ; and Oranges and 100 younger trees; also English 1 TTT T : Knight's Terminals,
After twenty years of research W K FrankUn su
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Misses Hunter and Mathers, Mr : LF'lllerTAlWAoot
Prof. George A. Hill, of the naval observatory -j i Walnuts, Guavas, Pecans, Bananas, and Pineapples ; ff tJLL - FLORID\ I
Mathers and two daughters.A : ::::
at Washington, who has I ; bearing. 40 Acres heavy pine timbered Land, northwest / " " " " ,,, ,,. .,
very pretty wedding was solemnized been working with other scientists allover .
at the Baptist church here Sun- j side Lake Barton,
the world, has deduced proof
day night, when Mr. Will Tanner and I HHBIIMtMIIIIIMII.miimtlllllltMIMHMIitMM'ANGE '
that the earth is wabbling on its axis.II
Miss Nora Hart were united in the
bonds of holy wedlock. The attending Every time Harry heads towards I I & BATES I Ii
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couples were Mr. Emmett Tanne New York Evelyn begins denying that I Apply "Sentinel" OfficeilMIMHtMMtttmiMIMIiHMMMIMIHIIMIilll
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land Dann and Miss Emma Proctor,, Her press agent is surely a wonder. '
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I am now settled in larger, brighterand

I IMHiMIMItMMMMIMH better quarters in the Rock build- ,
Rome, Sept. 18.-For the first time BEFORE DECIDING
since the war with Turkey for the I What You Want j ing, opposite the San Juan hotel,
rooms 1 and 2, which my increasing
conquest of Tripoli and Cyrenaica,
.
business
Italy today gave out the official state- required.I
How You Want It
am revising my sales list, and am
ment of its total losses in killed and
wounded. The number killed in bat- When You Want It ready toy'list your. city and country "

tle is placed at 1,432; died of disease, CtlMMMMtlUMIHMMJff property.From all reports received from my Bear t the e "CADILLAC" and rM IU" in min !

2,858; wounded in battle, 4,220; returned -
friends and business connections in
home on account of illness, For anything in the
i the North, I shall do a large business
ill
43,921. The publication of the state- line of PRINTING
come.to I this winter, and will use my best ef-
ment just before the October electionsis \J | us and we
forts to sell the properties listed with
expected to offset any dissatisfaction II will guarantee you

aroused by the belief that the satisfactory work at prices me.I
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that RIGHT. have many satisfied customers,
are
government was keeping back the to-
who became winter residents of Or-
tal losses because of their reported: I I'I'w'
lando and
vicinity by my personal
enormity: MBMIMHMMIOiliiMHMUNNIMAKERS
efforts, and they .are now boosting for .
Orlando and
AN INCENDIARY BLAZE
Yours truly,
Notices of Lost Wanted, For Sale, For
Rent etc., for this column 25c for one Any, CARL JANSEN,
London,' Sept. .-Fire, probablyof SOc<< for three days or 75c for one week for Real Estate, Notary Public, Fire
incendiary origin, today destroyed 25 words or less. Money must accompanythe
advertisements for this column, as no Insurance. 1m d&riWANTED
Theobald's park, a beautiful mansionat insertions will be made on credit.

Faltham Cross, belonging to Ad-

miral Sir Iledworth LambtonMeux.The MISCELLANEOUSMoney "
WISH TO TRADE 40 acres fine land
mansion together with a large to loan on improved prop-
near Forest City for automobile,
fortune, was bequeathed to Admiral erty. S. Y. WAY. Ford car preferred. A. C. White,

Lambton by the late Lady Meux, on Apopka, Fla. 9-14-6t I ORLANDO AUTO AND SUPPLY COMPANY111111811111111111111111111.1.10It.
MQNEY to loan. Phone 437, or inquire -
condition that he take the name of
at this office. 18-tf I WANTED-Plain sewing of all I
Meux. The loss is estimated at $500- I
kinds. 13 Church street, over Favorite "
Hotel Breakers, Daytona Beach; anew ...
000.Grove theater. 931mo.
House, another mansion be- hotel; has all modern conveniences -- -

longing to the Meux estate, was ; fronts on Ocean just south i If you want'the news, subscribe for! A want ad. in the Daily Sentinel If you want the news, subscribe for

burned last year. II of ocean pier. Rates $2.50 per day' The Daily Sentinel. : always pays I The Daily Sentinel.I .

and upwards. Special rates by the __ -_I___________ _ __ _ ____ _____n ___ _ __
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GLIMPSES OF GROWTHThe week or month. We make a special. -
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ty of sea food dinners Thursday even- .1111111" '

latest development enterpriseon ings and Sunday noon. 7-8-tf. In

foot in Orlando is that of the establishment -. .- -- -- 10 Poi IIIUIIIIII.IIIIUIIII'U.t$
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of a factory for the man- FOR SALE UllllLl I I I i .

ufacture of citrate of, lime from the ASK your grocer for Jackson Square a o MHIHIMM.MMMMHHIO.+ .
culls of citrus fruit. It is stated that Coffee. 6-21-tf., "

there was in the city a few days agoa 0

representative that operates of factories a large organization in Italy-, Jensen.BUY suburb a lot in'east in Thornton part of the Park city., a Cat nice) 4 Gas Range e r or [Eeigencies s sYou


Spain, Cuba and California for the

purpose of making preliminary arrangements FOR SALE-New located.modern five-room this are suddenly called from home; some member of the family takes ill during the \
house centrally Apply
for the starting of a sim- office. 7-1 d & w tf LEARN ABOUTour night; friends come in unexpectedly-various other domestic emergencies arise j

ilar establishment in Orange- county.. quality confections by a trial purchase which require a fire in a hurry. Are you prepared for such contingencies? Have ;
At a meeting of the board of trade it I FOR SALE-Two good sound ana you a gas range, or are you "battling" with a wood or coal stove? !
of a pound box of our
was determined that the conditions gentle mules. Fine workers and In days before matches were invented the housewife kept a fire burning conJ !
bargain, if taken at oce. Call ot CHOCOLATESBON
a
prescribed by the proprietors for the or address C. Whitney Wright, Orlando BONS tinuously, because to build a ,fire by friction and gunpowder was a tedious job. ;
establishment of the factory shouldbe Tla. 7-10 d & w ; The value of a quick-fire was recognized in the long-ago. Then came the match ;

met. The promoters of the new A "pointer" for the person wanting i and the wood stove, but for emergency purposes it falls short of the mark. But

enterprise have already contracted FOR Remington SALE-Player, made by piano Starr, 88-note Piano, the best at a reasonable price-the \ the gas range came along. It is "direct transmission" applied to kitchen affairs-

with the citrus exchange for the culls Co., Richmond, Ini $700 new, utmost in purity and deliciousness. ; ; and can be geared up to the giant burner, or slowed down to the simmerer.

out of which their product will be slightly used, good shapesin every respect Daintily packed and in the original Why subject yourself to an old-fashioned stove when all this inconvenience can

made. Will make some reduction for shapes and variety of flavors.BIH'S I be removed by buying a range. The gas stove is quick, clean, reliable, economical.

Orange county is also ,moving in cash.information Music apply with same.to P. For 0. Box further 114 \ Let us prove to you all the claims we have made by installing one for you now.
Kitchen
the matter of issuing bonds in aid of Winter Garden Fla. 7-10-dwtf Kandy


the roads.construction A mass meeting of a system was of held good in FOR and SALE hammock-100 land acres on of the good east pine side THE- - --WILLOLAModern U D W TR[ D lIG T CO1 I .

Orlando on last Tuesday morning, of Lake Apopka. This tract of land GAS DEPARTMENTMlllllilMIMttlMilMMIIIHMttlCitlMiHiMttMMHMtHOHMHt

participated in by the county commis- is exceedingly good for citrus grow- Home-Like
, sioners and the citizens generally at ing and trucking. The timber is in o O
its virgin state. Call on or address Prices Moderate MlllillliMMiMHHMMtMMiMHMMIWtHtlHtifiMniMHHtlM
which the matter discussed. A
was Mrs. W. T. Walker, Orlando, Fla.
resolution was passed unanimously 9-11-lm -

favoring the calling, of an election SOUTH ORANGE AVENUENear
for a bond issue of $600,000, five-I FOR SALE-100 acres of good pine Lake Lucerne " " "MMMMMMMMMHMIHISPECIAL : ; ii " '
and hammock land on the east side
sixths of which will be used in the of Lake Apopka. This tract of landis

construction of brick roads and the exceedingly good for citrus grow-
b other fraction for clay or other mate- ing and trucking. The timber is in MRS. W. T. WALKER PRICESWe
its virgin state. Also city lot, 74x210
rial equally good for feeder roads ORLANDO FLORIDA
feet, fronting three' streets, Orange
running through the more sparsely avenue, Jackson and Boone; centrally
settled sections where traffic will not located; fine hotel site. Call on or litlllMIIMimtMIMIMIFresh
address Mrs. W. T. Walker, Orlando,
be so great as on the main lines.-

Tampa Times. Fla. 9-11-lm I Sanitary- and I always have special prices, but we


HEALTH AS .AN ASSET I FOR RENT the BESTOUR do not have any sales.

FOR RENT-Cottage end fiat, fur.
Towns that nished and unfurnished. CANDIES MAKING THEM Our plan is to take, the money it would
nowadays are anglingfor
-26 tf. JAMES A. KNOX. EVERY DAY
new industries talk about their cost to make a sale, and put it into Real
banks, about their public improve- FOR RENT-Large pleasant rooms, Sanitary-as they are made

ments, about their railroad facilities furnished for light housekeeping; clean, and every piece.wrappedin Bargains, such as will be to our customers' -

and about general business' condi- close in. Inquire 312 N. Main St. wax paper.

tions. All of this is eminently proper. 17-6t Best-as we use best grade of advantage.We .

Recently, however, some cities everything on the market. mention few articles that will
FOR RENT:'Modern 6-room cottage, a go
have begun listing a new element-
location also several
good ; goods
health conditions. When one cometo i office rooms in the business section of Will appreciate if you will give at reduced prices :
think of it, general health condi Orlando. D. A. Cooper, 19 W. Church
tions should have a place in any estimate street, Hunt & Brannon Bldg.9-14-lw them a trial. Regular .$2.50 and $3.00 White Pique

of city in which one proposes FOR RENT-Large, well furnished Mayer, Galenlin & Mayer Skirts at $1.74.
to locate. A city in which the death I room to persons wishing suburban

rate was unusually high would not,,, accommodations; also 2 acres good 134 SOUTH ORANGE AVE. Regular $1.50 and $ 2.00 White Skirts
truck land, close in. Good opportunity -
,
other conditions! being equal, be as; for right person. Address ''A," IMIMHMMMIMIIHBlitThis .
attractive from a purely business; Sentinel. 9-8tf at 96 Cents.

standpoint, as some other town i ir 1 -
which health conditions were nearl y FOR RENT-Store room on the busy A new line of Shirt Waists and Balkan
corner of Church and Garland
ideal. The tendency to rate health 1
Blouses from 46 Cents
streets. Size of store 24x70. Good up.
conditions in the purely business a
: opening for dry goods, shoes and millinery -
schedule is a hopeful sign. Goo store. W. M. Slemons. 9-6-lm 25 Per Cent off' on Shoes.

health is really a business matter.

The white plague costs this country ai t FOR SALE OR RENT
least $300,000,000 a year. The tol --- n
COTTAGE, b.arn and five acres of
levied by disease is a very heavy one


Any in any dollars particular reduction and cents.in person the death It any may particula rate not pay pa];s T r J.16tf.land Schnarr for, sale 49 West or rent.Church Inquire street.of H. Kallller'll r'' Newyolik BaI'gaill r[ mr rl lallhlo ll


sum, but it pays the community. Thi e FOR RENT

condition of the public health is quit e
Two-story house of seven rooms, ." " " MMMI++
properly a matter that deserves thi e .t \ .4. iMmilMttMMMtHMtMHUtlllliMMttMtMMItMitltttMMIMtMMmtttM " 1
one mile south of court house; good
consideration of business -- -- - ----
serious every 1- book tells how -
everybodypays
condition between lakes
; two ; large " " " " +" " ''-
man. tract of land. and whether or not theyare

The St. Petersburg Times law predict block Six, rooms corner in Pine thorough and Court repair streets.; bricks entitled to credit. t lisn ann erviceaDie arel ann Accessories at [conornical Piices

wil II
that the Bryan primary 3t CURTIS & O'NEAL.
cause mudless campaigns, for the reason 1- ORLANDO BUSINESS MEN'S

that candidates will be afraid to BARGAIN IF SOLD AT ONCEPractically ASSOCIATION.MMilMHIIIItntlMIMi. Suits for men, women or boys. If you intend to spend the holiday out of ;

offend the friends of other candidatefor Dresses for women and girls. town do not forget these:

fear of not receiving their secon d bath new bungalow, seven Straw or felt hats or caps for man or boy. UMBRELLAS
and butler's
rooms pantry all
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is far-fetche d
choice votes. This a !
New Neckwear. PARASOLS
conveniences; best neighborhood in YOU WILL SAVE MONEY
When the campaig;n
conclusion.
and muslin waists. RAINCOATS
nice lawn shade Crepe
city; trees, good -
garden
grows hot the boys will begin to sa.y room; chicken run; four young I ; By ,Getting Prices on your I Wool and cotton dress skirts. Suit Cases, Grips or Trunks a Complete
things, regardless of first or secon Id Brick and Stone Work I Balkan blouses. Line.
grapefruit trees, one fig and few
choice votes. They are not going t::0 a Before Building. I II
be deterred by such considerations. bear-head banana plants. Owner go- Phone or Write I.

ing to leave city. Apply P. 0. Box : Come in and pay us a visit anytime justto look around.. We feel sure you will see

Right Before Adam 312. 9-17-6t Acme Brick and something to interest JII.

Dr. Wiley says Eve was created to LOST AND FOUND Stone Works
fore Adam. There setms to be not) B. SALOMON ORLANDO I !
LOST-Liver colored pointer with MAITLAND FLORIDACHAS.
ing that the doctors t.. ; ,
won't contradic city tag 91. ,Please notify Butt's A. DALLAS, Prop. i iitMIIIIMMMIIMMMMMH
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OF IT THAT WAY( AMONG THE CHURCHES. known by the local officials of the z

Soiitti Florida SentinelMORNING Louisville & Nashville what action I

AND WEEKLY A gentleman dropped into the Sentinel the company proposes to take or
METHODIST CHURCH whether the law will be complied with.
FERRIS, Editor and Owner office and wanted some dodgers 1111"'I'IIIIIIIIIII ttO ooeO111
JOSIAH J. E.wray, pastor. The claims that to its
-- - -- printed and desired the same matter company equip
Entered at the iU>t! ce at Orlando Florida Sunday school at 9:45 a. m.; C. E. engines with the lights demanded by
He
fie inserted in the wasriven
M Second Class Mail Matter.__ to; paper.
suuscuirrioN RATES a price, and because he could Howard, superintendent. the law would entail an expenditureof GAS TANKS

get the printing done some cheaper "Individual Responsibility," subjectof $15,000 and ic addition cost more

DAILY SENTINEL elsewhere hewas about to depart, pastor's sermon at 11 a. m. l than that amount annually to maintain -
TilE Solo by Miss Johnnie Smith, "Sunof them. .
remarked that the
.$5.00 i when the ad. man I
One Year 2.50' price was not excessive when he'con- My Soul" (Hahn). i In either Prest-Q-Lite

Six Months Months ... *. 5Bynevt sidered that the matter appeared in Anthem by choir, "Jesus, the Very The Losing Game >
Three .t of Thee" Nevin or SearchIight.uany
Thought (
\ the paper and was distributed and ) "Holidays too often lead to extrav-

.nth. Daily carrier and in Sunday.Orlando__, 50 cent perm placed in the hands of more people ''I Epworth League, 6:45 p. m.; J. D. agance," says John D. Rockefeller.Too . size---and we always

Orlando )Morning Sentinel can he foundon than the number of dodgers the pa. Burden, president. Mr. Don Peabody, true, also, to true! Think of the
The sale in Orland at Curtis. &; ONeal' BookStore tron desired to have printed. "We president of Ocala League, will deliver number of people who pay good have them in stock
" and Wright Brothers.Ve address.
complaint if not only print them for you, but we an money only to see the home team
will l appreciate prompt for
"Personal Consecration, subject of exchanges.
l- delivery is not promptly made by our carriers. distribute them, ,and get you an au- lose.-Chicago Record-Herald.
t Advertising rates will be furnished on ap- dience through the paper that you pastor's sermon at 7:30 p. m. t

plication.___________ could never get by handing out dodgers Anthem by choir, "Ye Who Inherit" .1111111111111111111111.
THE WEEKLY SENTINEL (Macey). Free Shop Service
f the streets, he was told. The
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Per year, by mail postage paid Everybody most cordially invited to :
Address THE SENTINEL, Orlando, Florida. patron became thoughtful. "That'sso IUPREMEAUTO
Arcade Building. all services.ST. .
101 Court Street
Office ,
"
Phone Z4 he admitted. "But I had never

1 SATURDAY_, SEPTEMBER-_ 20, 1913 thought of it in that way before." LUKE'S CATHEDRALVery The quick kind..no waiting---
t
Every man is entitled to employ
When will this cruel rainy season-I his own methods of advertising, but Rev. Edgar A. Sherrod, dean. OIL. . for some one is ready to
Office hours, 11 a. m. to 12:30 p. m.
it is demonstrated fact that 'the
a
k ?
be
over look
Phone 122.Eighteenth. after wants.
-o- newspaper is the best, to reach the "Perfect lubrication your
, Sunday after Trinity.
Sulzer is sharing the limelight, buyers of a community. There is
Services for the day as follows: in Every Drop"Is
i' with Schmidt and Thaw and the othei scarcely a home in Orlando that the
news furnishers of the day. Sentinel dies not enter, and wher- 9:30 a. m.Sunday school. $ TIRES PUMPED WITH FILTERED AIR
10:30 a. m.-Morning
. -o- ever it goes it is read thoroughly. If 11 m.-Holy Communien.prayer. Is produced, refined, transported from Automatic Electric Pump
a.
t The man who earns a good living merchants have anything to sell they and distributed by the largest -air
always ready-no waiting
Mr. Forrest Dabney Carr, basso,
has nothing to complain of-unless. will come nearer reaching every buyer Independent Oil Refining Com
will sing at the morning (11 o'clock]) on the pump
some other fellow gets it. in Orlando by using the Sentinel pany in the world, and only selected -
; service.
0 than any other method. crude is used in its man-
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7:45 p. m.-Choral evensong and
Lakeland is to have a commission ufacture.

election soon. Lakeland is progres BASEBALL RESULTS IN lecture tian Church.on the All History persons of the interested Chris- IM111 I. W. PHILLIPS & S SONS S
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sive and will adopt the new charter,, THE BIG LEAGUES in this phase of thought are especially -

we predict. invited to attend. GuIfReflningCo1
r 0-- Special to The Sentinel .
National League Results
The Daytona Gazette News comes 111.111111111111,1",1,1,1.,111111
handsome Volusia Pittsburg, 3-3; Philadelphia, 2-3; FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHRev. P P.G.WALTO Agent
out this week in a ,
edition. The Ga- (second game called, darkness). Edward T. Poulson, D. D.,
t county prosperity i. Chicago, 6; Boston, 1. 450
pastor.Mr. PHONES
zette News is always a good paper, I |
; this week.o Cincinnati, 1-1; Brooklyn, 0-2. C. :M. Tichenor, superintendentof 269
but it is a better paper
St. Louis, 1-0; New York, 02. the Sunday school. illiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiliiFOR 1"11111111111111111111111111'11"111"1'11'1"111..
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Editor Wilson of the St. Lucie Tri American League Results Mr. George W. Phillips, director of: -
extended Washington, 2; Detroit, 1. the choir.
bune has returned from an
Chicago-New, York; rain.
Hours of Service
trip through the northern states. He i .
Cleveland-Boston; rain. The Sunday school will meet
affirms, however, that he is prouder
f Philadelphia-St Louis; rain. promptly at 9:30 a. m. Classes for
of Florida than ever. SEPTEMBER
o -- all ages, and good teachers with well

Harry Thaw has acute mania, andno "ORANGE BLOSSOMS"Dr. prepared lessons.

doubt that who reads the Worship in the auditorium at 10:4o
one can
papers. His avid appreciation of pub- Wray's series of revival ser- a. m. and 7:30 p. m,, with sermons by Birthday Gifts--The SapphireSEPTEMBER'S

\ licity when the papers have been mons on Love, Courtship, Marriage, the pastor. Morning subject: "The
the Christian Home, the Training of
gorged with it, and his desire to Expansion of God's Redempti..eWork.
speak to the people at the railroad Children and kindred subjects, will ." Subject for the evening: _
soon begin, Sundays at the Grand. n I
stations and hold public receptions- "Words That Outlast Worlds-Why?
Fine music. Everybody most cordially -
The invited to hear
all indicate the sadly unbalanced men are especialy
invited. attend all the services.
mind. .
THE SAPPHIRE EMBLEM
STONE.IS -
Special music at all the services.

Kissimmee is to v haven hospitalsoon. "TRAIL" IS CORRECT B. Y. P. U. meeting at 6:30 p. m. I OF CONSTANCY, TRUTH, HAPPINESS AND SUCCESS.

This is an enterprising move Juniors will meet at 3 o'clock p. m.
LET US SHOW IT TO YOU MOUNTED IN A BRACE-
Lakeland will soon vote on the com. and .
for Orlando's sister city. Every town Prayer fellowship meeting
mission form of government. Will
of any considerable size should have Wednesday evening at 7:30. LET, HANDY PIN, BAR PIN, LOCKET OR RING, ANY
she follow the of Orlandoor
its own hospital for emergency cases. example The public is cordially invited to
o trail in the wake of Tampa?-Pa- altend all th eservices. R' ONE OF WHICH WILL MAKE HER EYES SPARKLE WITH

West Palm Beach is another Flor- ,latka Times-Herald. If you haven't a church-home here, DELIGHT.

ida town with a ,high tax rate-as come and be at home with us. AU
compared with Orlando. The rate Preparations are being made for seats are free. FOR MEN WE HAVE THIS BEAUTIFUL, CLEAR-

there is twenty-seven mills. Orlando'sis the mid-winter fair to be held at Or- Don't miss the concert next Tues-
BLUE GEM IN SCARF PINS, TIE CLASPS AND CUFF
less than half at thirteen mills. lando about the 20th of February. day night.L .

o Thereis talk of Seminole, Volusia, LINKS.

The Fort Myers Press is in 'a con. Osceola and Lake counties joining & N. RAIROAD HASWITHDRAWN I COME IN AND SEE THEM.

troversy with somebody about some- with Orange and having one large ex PETITION I
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thing and has a column and a half position. Let Winter Garden and vicinity -

editorial on the subject. Cut it down, get started early this year and Pensacola, Sept. 18.-The Louisville

brethren; it's too warm to read edito- show what this section can do when & Nashville railroad which, on Mon-

rials of such length.J. they try. Many improvements are day, filed a petition in the United

o being made about the fair grounds, in States court asking for an injunction

Lawrence Watson, of Orlando, the way of planting trees, shrubberyand directed to all state's attorneys in T. Evans the JewelerOPPOSITE

has written a descriptive article con- plants, and making the buildingsmore west Florida and the attorney gen- ,

cerning Orlando which appeared in a attractive.-Winter Garden eral of the state, restraining them

recent issue of the Youngstown Vin- Times. from enforcing the new law requir- POSTOFFICE ,

idcator. It is illustrated with viewsof ing that all locomotives be equippedwith

Lakes Lucerne and Sue and a pic- E. L Hamner, secretary of, the headlights of not less than 15-,

ture of Mr. Watson's bungalow. The Florida Growers and Shippers' league, 000-candle power brilliancy, today EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING

article will undoubtedly cause many reports over a thousand members en- withdrew the petition and notified the

inquiries of Orlando as a winter resort rolled in the association.. state officials of this action. The law I


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per name, which of the has Palm been Beach coming County out with pa- San Juan Brocaded and Silk Ratines

regularity for the past two years. Garage

The Post is much better. In the first t

place the name is better. Whatever I

induced the publishers to name its I "I :, I ,f'f.. ,

predecessor The County is somethingthat )lli( '

has always passed our compre- t
hension. We are glad they're changedit.

The Post is in every way a better
f (
paper than its parent was. We ex- I Fall-Winter ; Latest StylesCOATS
tend wishes for continued success. ;

o One Studebaker "lW' mIl : tfl '.
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There a person.are many If the ways New of York humiliating World- arid 7 :+hj. ;:I and Fashion

'::;' i'" l.' I
had spent a year thinking of how "
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best to make Mr. Bryan blush for his ourin aCC ...ie.uilt SUITS - \ .t .\ 'i/ CreationsDBewoise

Chautauqua flitting it could have hit I 'J ,'//

upon no more certain plan than to offer \ // ';

to pay him an annual sum the f .

amount that he said that his salary r ran nIIeW tires I. t .,:

lacked of paying him enough to live i iI r

onThe World offered to give him I I

eight thousand dollars a year for the i ,
length of time that he remained in Si
the Wilson cabinet and refrained $450 BRASSIERES

from going on the lecture platformfor

pay. Mr. Bryan indignantly refuses -,
to discuss the subject, and because -!. New Goods Arriving Daily

he is a cabinet member and a ,
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part of the administration the other!.

members of the cabinet refuse to discuss -

it. But the World won its point, I: MARION B. IVES

at least in a measure. It directedMr.

Bryan's attention to the fact that
he is neglecting his duties and em- We have the only tire with a written guarantee of EXCLUSIVE MILLINERY PARLORS

barrassing the Wilson administration, 5,000 miles-AJAX TIRES. McCAUUM SILK HOSIERY BON TON CORSETS
Second Floor
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LADIES' UNDERWEARFor WHITE WEARLadies' Dress Goods and SilKs




several days past there's been a Constant Stream of new 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 and as for fashions in Dress Materials, that would seem to be

Corset Covers . . . . . . : . . . .25c, 40c, 50c, 65c, $1.00
North. More than in better Condition to meet
ever are we right in a sense. Today's weaves and fabrics are really repro-

the demands of our Customers; for instance, in LADIES' Chemises . ... . . . . . . . :. . . . . : 75c, $1.00, $1.25 ductions 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-our purchases are more than dou Combinations . . . . . . . . . . . . $1.00, $1.25, $1.50 the old fashions-their charms intensified, their attractionsmore

bled and than three times the selection of
our range more I Princess Slips . . . . . . . . . . ... . $1.00, $1.25, $1.50 manifold than ever.
previous seasons.

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

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.)

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Mr. and Mrs. E.'W Butt and chil- Mrs. W. A. Bunch left yesterdayfor EMMANUEL BAPTIST CHURCH n +*+ ittmntiitiMttcttntamfrj
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dren have returned from their outingon a visit to Charleston.Mrs. I

the Daytona Beach. Rev. A. E. Douglass, of DeLand, :

THE TUNER Jessie M. Thayer has returned .will preach both morning and evening ,: Pineapples Cocoanuts ;

ORLlNDO.FLA.Mrs. Mrs. J. T. Fuller,, and her little from a summer spent abroad. I. at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. He is ,

J daughters, Lois and Dorothy, have returned .!a splendid preacher and every' one in". Plums J LIUST Bananas

from Daytona Ueach. Mrs. Lee Miller has as her attractive Orlando should hear him. :

1'- guest her sister, Miss Tommie Sunday school at 9:45; Mr. F. N.j:
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J. C. Palmer, of Windermere, Pears Limes
Miss Edith Robinson returned last Standley, of Cuthbert, Ga. Boardman, superintendent. R RECEIVED[
was shopping in our city yesterday.
:
I evening after a pleasant summer Prayer service on Wednesday even-,

spent in Pennsylvania and Virginia., Attorney C. P. Dickinson left yes-, ing at 7:30.Services : Cranberries Celery
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Smith of Ply I TflflAV
.1 terday afternoon for Jacksonville, Atlanta held in. the Tea and Rest,:
mouth visitors to Orlando i
were yes "
terday I Dr. C. H. Baker, our genial and cultured -i and other points to the north. Room on Orange avenue. i: Tomatoes "" Apples

neighbor from Zellwood, was The public cordially invited to all '

,I seen on our streets yesterday after- Mr. 0. W. Langley, a well known the services. i ir:
Miss Eunice Murphy left yesterdaj ,
_'noon.I stock man of Conyers, Ga., who spent j I,
afternoon for New York to enter Columbia
.I last season in Orlando, arrived last Mr. Harry L. Beeman and family,G'

university. I I Mr. Ray R. Reynolds has returned night. who have been touring the West, are Ii': More !

from a visit of several months to Au- expected home today. Coming
Mrs. Owen Robinson is again al t
L home after a pleasant summer spent I
about October 1.J tle sons, Francis and Alexander, who yes-ii!.
in Richmond, Virginia. I I
have been vsiting Mrs. Joseph Bumby, after --
I 'I terday a two months stay atj I

I The Sentinel desires to call attention have returned to their home in Fort Franklin, N. C., and Tiger, Ga. |
Miss Mina Gross, who has been enjoying
CUT FLOWERS AND POTTED
to the advertisement of the Meade. PLANTS.
new -- I
the delights of Daytona Beach I
Pure Food This to be the for the I II
'i Grocery company on another seems period :
will return home today. I
I page. Mrs. M. N. Lightler and children autumn equinox, and the rains have I I

Miss Edith Robinson, who sepnt the I returned home 'this morning from I descended and refreshed the earth,I THE SANITARY GROCERY
Mr. F. T. Scruggs, who has been in Swansea, S. C., where they enjoyed but we count ourselves fortunate for
in New York and
Pennsylvania
summer -
returned home last night. New York for the past three weeks several weeks' stay with relatives.She these warm rains are pleasant in I' CARUTHERS & GORE

I purchasing a large and up-to-date was accompanied back by her comparison with the chilly winds and ,l Phone 200 6 & 8 Pine Street

I stock for the firm of Scruggs & Dick- brother, Mr. Hobson Rucker.Mr. cold rains of the Northern states i j
Mr. and Mrs. J. McWhirter arrivedin MtllU3HMHimMtllimMHMMiUIOMIIIIiaiKYour .
Orlando yesterday from Geneva,I i i son, will return today. I often lasting for days at a time, andM I
and Mrs. L. G. Starbuck and spreading gloom and discomfort over:
Ind., and will spend the winter here. I
Mr. W. H. Doane have to I
Miss Eunice Murphy left yesterdayfor gone Day- life generally.Look .
tona Beach for another sojourn, expecting -
House or room for rent? New peo another: year's study at the Stu-
the baths and B.I Office and Desk WorkWill
to enjoy for the big circular of
pIe coming in usually look in the, dents' Art Club in New York city,
breezes for a few weeks, and the cuisine -! Salomon. Season end sale. See our
Daily Sentinel to see what is offered.i where she' hopes to finish her work of Seabreeze Inn. 'low i prices and then come in and con-I

I I I preparing for, a concert singer. vince yourself.An .
i be easier if are with the
Mrs. Helen F. Bliss, who has been! you supplied
I Dr. A. B. Whitman who has been
summer 1'I enjoyable picnic party composedof
gone all visiting in New York j, Miss Jennie, Baas is expecting to
'I spending some time at Eagle Nest, Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Dow and chil-
and other places, will return this arrive next week from New York city, necessary files, blank books rulers eras-
N.
near Waynesville, C., writes that dren, Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Johnson,
afternoon. I I where she took a six weeks' course in he will be home Monday. Dr. Whitman Mr. and Mrs. Alf Bumby and daughter -

Teachers' college, Columbia univer-* reports that they have been have Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lartigue, ers, colored inks, pencils, ink wells and .
Mrs. J. D. left last I
Womsley night
sity, and will be enrolled on the list ing long, cold rains in that section, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Butt and Mrs.
for Kissimmee to be present at the
of our city teachers the coming year. and it is evidently time to get away. Lynch spent several hours delightfully -
opening of the new theater, "Dixie," :other small helps that make for efficiencyand
on Lake Conway Thursday. There
which takes I
place this evening.Mr.
j r Mrs. F. T. Scruggs and son, Finch, Capt. H. H. Duncan, clerk of the was boating and fishing for recrea-

and Miss Eunice Ives, returned home circuit court of Lake county, was a tion and a fine chicken pilau for re- system.
Harold Bourne, of Fort Myers,
last night from Daytona Beach. Finchis visitor in Orlando yesterday. He freshment.
is spending a few days in the city
about the proudest boy in seven- stopped at the court house and visiteda

with old friends and looking after teen states; he captured a 95poundbass while with Clerk B. M. Robinson FOUND-Yesterday afternoon, purse Come in and let us show you about them.
business interests at the same time.
.. I all by himself. and the other court house officials. with some money in it. The owner

Mr. A. L Wright, who left several, .1 I may have the same by calling at the

weeks ago to visit Cambridge City,' Mr. W. L Harvey, of Sanford, wasin Mr. Forrest Dabney Carr, who sang Sentinel office, identifying the prop-

has gone to Winchester, Ind., for a Orlando yesterday, greeting his old at the Opera House Friday evening, erty and paying for this notice.

month to be the guest' of relatives friends, and making the day more will sing at St. Luke's cathedral: Sun W. S. BRANCH
and friends.Mr. . cheerful' for them. There is just one day morning. There will be many The Fernandina News Record says:I I ,
j who will take advantage of this "The outlook for bluefish in inexhaustible -I
: Harvey, but his friends wish that his opportunity -
this is fine. The Arcade Book and Music Store
be times to hear the distinguishedbasso. quantities season
kind might duplicated
and Mrs. J. F. Schuman and many
and fishing will begin by the first of
daughter, Miss Margaret, and son, over. next month."

Justin, returned to Orlando yesterday

afternoon from Oden, Mich., where Do your market ng at the Parlor We want everybody to visit us, bi'bargain. 110 NICE LOTS, close in, $125 each; WANTED-To buy. a reasonable
that means a saving to you. It's B. All seasonable goods at a -
they spent the summer. Market, Pine street. Phone 80. Salomon's season end sale. See Salomon's season end sale. $10 cash and $5 per month with inpriced general purpose horse and

- --- ..,. - terest; lots 65x150 feet. Box 566 wagon. Address, J. E. Weller, Orlan-
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Try one of our choice roasts for FOR SALE OR RENT-Seven room

your Sunday dinner. Parlor Market, modern house. Phone 515, or ad.
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on the highway" stilt pays

a ridiculous toll for automobile

travel. But three hundred and filly IOIIIIIIIIIII'I"I'IIII'tltt"'III'
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MOTION PICTURES go to buyers who prefer realef'ice The Latest Fad in

at reasonable cost rather

Pictures Changed Daily. than ostentatious 'display al unrea- Neckwear


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FIRST. SHOW, 7il5 P.M More than a quarter of million Fords now in tlllll' ltlllllllltCI'II"'II"II'I"SCRUGGS
service-convincing evidence of their wonderful -
: merit. Runabout $565; TourirgCar,
J620--f. o. b. Orlando, with all equipment.
SECOND. SHOW,
F. G. RUSH,
Phone 226 & DICKSON

ADMISSION .. .. 5 and 10 cents
'! The home of Dart, Schallner & Marx Clothes

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. IXPIRTS MAKING UP The drainage scheme of the com- /

3 mission, according to George D. Hills, I Ladies' Home Journal Patternsin
secretary of the commission, will not J THE MARKET -

DRAINAGE REPORT include any plan for laterals, but onlya
all the numbers
7 system of main canals. It may not new

even designate where these canals Of Cleanliness Of QualityFRESH J

COMPILING DATA THAT HAS shall be run. It will, he says, howl at-
ever, probably point out how many
BEEN GATHERED DURING AND SALT MEATS
canals will be necessary, what direc-
THE PAST FEW MONTHS
FOR FINAL ASSAY tion they should run, what shape and McCULLOCH'SDEPARTMENT FISH AND GAME
size they should be, etc., in order to

Miami, Sept. 18.-Isham Randolph, thoroughly drain the land during the Kept under the best sanitary conditions.Ever.thing .

M. 0. Leighton and Edmund T. Per- season when there is too much water, STOREA
screened from the flies, and kept fresh
kins, members of the drainage com- and still retain enough water to irri- away
mission, will arrive in Miami in two gate the land during the dry seasons. and pure.

weeks to formulate the report on the full line of Lace, Embroideries, \
We invite inspection and satisfaction. have
drainage of the Everglades.It LIST OF'LETTERS guarantee
is the plan of the engineers to Ladies' Muslin Underwearand everything in the Meat Line.
Remaining unclaimed in the Or-
of that
propose a scheme drainage
will not only take the water off the lando, Florida, postoffice for the week GinghamFor
also ending September 16, 1913. When The PARLOR MARKET \
Everglades, but keep enough water -
School Dresses
for "adver
back to irrigate the growing calling same please say
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when there is tised.
crops during seasons
little rain. This two-fold object of W. R. O'NEAL, P. M. H. M. Self & Co.

the drainage scheme is the part that Men's List-Averett, A. A.; Ash, i Next Door to Evan's Jewelry StoreMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMflM

has made the work of the commission Henry; Armstrong, Kansas; Connell, 18-20 PINE STREET
difficult, it is said, and one which has Lysle; Cranford, W. J.; Griffin, G. S.; ** !**?"
necessitated the most careful meas- Howard, D. M.; Henry, Perly H.; Phone No. 80

urements of rainfall and runoff.To Holynard, E. A.; liar,J. H.; Kinsman,
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participate i in the last counsels Thomas; Millikin, Mr.; McKinzie,Mr.; ROLLINS .MMMMMtMMMMiMMMMMMMMMMMIMMMMilMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMtW

before the final scheme is adopted, Rushman, C. D.; Rogers, Ed. H. R., WINTER PARK. FLA. _

l the two assistant hydraulic engineerswill Menehk Theater ((2)); Rogers, Willie; Oldest College and Most Beautiful roughs adding machine, typewriters,
probably also return to Miami. Thompson, Ben; Thompson, Henry; Campus in Florida. College,Acad- I two instructors. New chemical and
B. M. Hall and H. J. Dean. Wienga', A. A.; Walker, Chester; emy, Music, Expression, Fine I physical laboratories, equipped with _
They are
: Arts,Domestic and Indus- every modern device; analysis of soils,
J. E. Yoeman, WWomen's
Young L.
For many weeks past they have been ; trial Arts, Business, fertilizers, foods, water; preparationfor ELECTRIC VACUUMCLEAN
taking the measurements of water List-Carrigan, Mrs. Dai- Normal Course. engineering courses.
flowing down the canals and other sy; Davis, Mrs. M. R.; Fields, Mrs.S. Lakes, boating, swimming, golf,
streams which drain the Everglades, R.; Green, Miss Ethel; Jasper, Mrs. Twelve buildings, four dormitories, tennis, foot ball, basket ball: Four
steam heat, electric consecutive champions of Statein
separate rooms years
and the the Maggie E.; Miller, Miss Mamie ((2)); .
measuring evaporation on lights, fire protection, fine gymnasium base ball.Christian
lake and on the 'glades, as well as Page, Mrs. William J.; Proctor, Mrs.E. no malaria, quarter million dollar but Undenominational;
recording the rain data. L; Sermons, Miss P. L.; Tailor, endowment. Three teachers of Expenses Moderate, Scholar-
Y gauge Alice; Williams, Miss Alice; Williams, music, $5,000 organ, a dozen pianos, ships Available.For Have your room or house
No detail of the of the
plan engi
two glee clubs, chorus class, orches- Catalogue address the President,
neers may be made public by them, Miss Sarah; Latsey, Mattie; Smith, tra, superb new.rooms for Business WM. F. BLACKMAN, Ph. D., cleaned without dust or troubleof
and according to the contract which Mollie. School, full banking equipment, Bur- Winter Park, Fla.MMMMMMMMMMIMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMt .
they have with the state, it .
appears
Nearly all homes in the city receive moving furniture ,
that the board of trustees of the internal -
the Sentinel each morning, because
improvement fund may even Is Market Day at the PURE FOOD
the people of Orlando know that no E Day
b refuse to divulge the plan of the engi- other Orlando thoroughly very STORE. Daliy arrivals of Fruit and
neers should it not meet with their newspaper so combined with The Pierce Electric Co. send Experienced
Vegetables
covers the field of legitimate news, our complete an -
approval. and this explains the flattering adver- stock of pure eatables at lowest prices givec you an advantage
However, because of the eminenceof
tising patronage of this paper. The not enjoyed by people of larger communities. man.
the men who compose the drain-
wise advertiser places his business
age commission, it is believed that
where he can reach the people quick-
public sentiment will demand their ly. Join the procession of satisfied Here Are Some Market Thoughts: SEE THEM FOR TERMS
report and compel the board of trus- customers.

tees to give it to the public, eventhough 26 oz.Mason Jar Queen Olives, 4Sc 2 Cans tall Pink Salmon - 25c
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meet WE DO JOB PRINTING 10 oz.Bottle " 25c Lemon Cling Peaches;, per can, 2Se

board's approval, It is anticipatedthat I In the fines tstyle. Call and see 14 'Ie Bottle Sued or Sour Pkls, 25c Cream Cheese, per Ib., - - 2ScI
after this report is made public,, samples and get prices, or telephone
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everglade land will take on a fixed I No. 24. Sentiled.
and definite value which it has not t '

4 known before,as it will then be knowr It's all very well to boost the .town, I PURE FOOD STORE |

how much it will cost to completel!}r but sending printing contracts out CHURCH STREET
drain the Everglades, and the approx. of the city is not the way to go about Phone 031IIIIIIIItl'IIII'IIIIII"I'IIII""IIII'Q.

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,Oviedo, Fla., Sept. lB.-Mr. L. V. T full' I t ORLANDO FLORIDA.98 W PLUMBER* A and. SLAUTER HEATING ENGINEER Show Office III S. and Room Court St.General Innoc

i Hess visit and to family relatives have in returned various partsof froma e I e r Plumbing and Heating Contractor, Sewerage and Septic Tank Construction.The s rr T IT nut once

most Modern Sanitation of the Age In my New Inventions in Plumb
the state.t 45 W. Church Street ing, for both Private and Public Buildings. Fine Plumbing Fixtures.
Robert W. Lawton left Tuesday for Estimates Cheerfully Given. Repair Work Promptly Attended to. Prices Seasonable @
Auburn, Ala., to resume his studiesin Money to loan on Improved propSEWER PIPE LAID AT 13 cts PER FOOT. WORK DONE NOW OR LATER.MMIMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMHMMM.
the institute at that place. erty. S. Y. WAY. NOW we offer two propositions on TERMS OF $10
.Miss Ella Belle Jones is visiting DOWN AND $10 PER MONTH. Every young man in
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Mrs.:H. Harrison in Jacksonville. ..MllilltiilHMillillllllllllllll..... .....MMMIMMMMMMMMMIMMMMMMMIMMMMIIMIMMMUMMMMMMMMIIMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM Orlando should embrace this chance to begin or add to his

)Ir. 0. P. Swope .is a frequent visitor estate.


have and)Ir., to are moved and the domiciled county Mrs.here Anderson from seat in these Wichita J. and B.days.,Jones'Kas child, ORLANDO O BANK A K & TRUST 1 .COMPANY f Inside Lots On$100.the SEMINOLE Map Before PARK Seminole LOTS County Corner Lots $125.


Christianson place. Mr. Anderson is
Money and six per cent interest back one year from the date
interested in the trucking business Capital and Surplus and Undivided Profits 13000000. you complete purchase if dissatisfied.
and has started to work in earnest
on a fall crop. Resources over Three-quarters of a Million.
Hiss Louise Brooks is visiting Miss FIVE ACRE TRACTS
Helen Lawton and renewing old acquaintances Statement As Rendered to the Comp
Near Lake Underhill. Finest grove land and finest groves
in Oviedo. Rev. Brooks .4-'.' .;;JS; ::_ .,'-..-. troller at the Close of Business in Orange County. Develop a grove on jour monthly spare
_1 w-' '" June 30th, 1913
has been' churches on the East : ; >
serving \ ,-,'..: change. PRICE $50 PER ACRE. Timber practically pays
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Coast since leaving the Methodist tl 1f' . # ,t-i-- . \ ;. .".,. ., -t' RESOURCESBanking for clearing.
church here and Miss Louise seems ,,', ; House, Furnitureand

glad to be back in the interior of the '.' . . .' .' ),, Fixtures ..........$ 25,867.37 NO INTEREST-NO TAXES
state once more. 54. : ; 4. Loans and Discounts ..... 355,589.33
until
Miss Nellie King is greatly missed' Overdrafts ............... 83.98 you own the deed.

by her many, friends since,leaving tp '<,, .. : : '':' Storks and Bonds :....... 26,018.33 ORLANDO REAL ESTATE CO.
take charge,of her,school at Tanger "" \; N 'e Cash on Hand and in Banks 254,083.11
t : > Room 2.iiiiiiiiimiiiimiim. Watkins Block.
ine.J. G-;:' : . i I
H. Lee and wife were visitors to -l .Jw\-47i; (,. ,', $661,647.12 " niimimmtiimimCOME .
the county seat Tuesday. LIABILITIES
Invitations are out to a progressiverook '" ''- .,. ';"W'-jJ Capital .................$100,000.00
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party given by Miss Helen Law- a .' .. : Surplus and Undivided
ton for her house guest, Miss Louise tJt "' I. Profits ................ 33,889.11

Brooks. ii Deposits ................ 527,758.01 '1 Un BT1111 1111V NOW
Little Florence Wheeler is out l
\ again after a short but severe attackof F x $661,647.12 SEE 1Jj I1IIJUUIh) ON

fever. .
Contractor Tanner is, pushing the # a- The officers and directors of the Orlando OUR SALE
fX Bank and Trust Co.
desire to
work of repairs on the packing houseof
J. H. Lee at Lake Charm, which, call the attention of depositors and ALSO OUK
friends and the citizens of Orlando
a when completed, will be one of the _
iI_ ,' } to the above statement. The manage-
most roomy and convenient packinghouses
1 ment of the Bank feels that this showing '
in this part of the country. New Felt Hats
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? reflects the conservative, sane and
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Miss Anna McCulley delightfully I, :
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progressive methods
employed in this
entertained the little folks Monday I
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financial institution. Strength begets I
afternoon in honor of her niece and

nephews, the Kelsey children, who are confidence displayed ,better and strength by a bank is no than where in .I MISSES IillITL TON & MM]
leaving Oviedo soon for Lakeland. United States'Government, State and County Depository healthful statements to its patrons. .i .
The friends and relatives of B. F,
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news of his returning health. Mr.,
Wheeler has been away about two
months and not until just recently has 1- SPECIALTYSICE \

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his health. He and his wife have ,. REALTY & s.BBD CO. ;


been hills leave Carolina in at next Massachusetts.H. various mountains week springs for, .but the in the expect Berkshire North to ,nmlb FOR Orlando Our REAL Business, Florida.ESTATE: ; ..- SELECT CREAMERY FRESH CAN FARM BUTTER OYSTERS EGGSLIMES F Foi'r T The Next Thirty n Bays


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B. McCall and his boys were ac- .
companied Hugh White on a threedays' We will be pleased to list both city and county
camping party on the St. Johns .
prairie last week.Ir. IIIIIIIMIMMIIMMMMMMMMM IMMMMIimilMMMMMMMMW. property, both improved and unimproved. A postal or

) D. D. Daniels has just had a i telephone call will bring a representathe.REAL .
beautiful new soda fountain installedin
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The his popular carpenters drug are store.hoing record M. SLEMONSWe i P
RITTAIN & WAY
breaking work on the new home of t
T. Aulm, which is being erected jrst i
south of the bank.
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The addition to the school house is ESTATE AND INVESTMENTS

about completed. School will open 15 SOUTH ORANGE AVENUE
about the first of October under the ur ew fall oous re ow In ; I
management of Miss Martha King, 'I' IOOII"'IIII'IIC llllllllel'tl'lle"'OII'lllt
with Miss Mary Aulin and Miss Maggie I-1

Hope as assistants.Mr. II I II I MMIMMM


day in. Grover Orlando McClure, going spent over to Wednes-attend :: I I ri tl ri tl ri .l tl

the funeral of a class mate, who died : We sell high grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co. f

several.da.s ago at Asheville, N. C.,
made by Schloss Bros., of Baltimore. "King Quality" Shoes. I
where he had gone in the hope of ben- : Ii
efiting his health.-Ocala Banner. .: Bo>s' Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand. Elliott's Table Linen and Towels. i CEMENT BRICKThese

I j Pants and Overalls made by Sweet, Orr Dry Goods from H. B. Claflin & Co.
A Hoosier preacher declares that,
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in the churches of the land was be- .4' and
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: New York, Sept. 19.-The body of 4 5

of Orlando William J. Gaynor, late mayor of 5- ORLANDO__
I New York city, who died at sea Sep-

tember 10, today lay in the privacyof S
i his Brooklyn home.

THE OLDEST BANK IN THE CITYOF In a drizzling rain it was loweredat IS d '
S'S,
4 o'clock this morning from the .
high decks of the great ocean liner T 3

Lusitania to the city's boat, Correc ffi11
ORLANDO AND ORANGE COUNTYAND tion.

Through a mist that lay heavy over

business than the harbor the Correction steamed an
The Bank which transacts more
hour and a half later to Pier Aat 1 ,
any Bank between Jacksonville and Tampa the Battery. There a picked squadof ( 5.3 > '

one hundred police, who had stood

UNITED STATES, STATE, COUNTY AND CITY all night in the rain, formed its escort -

DEPOSITORYThe to Brooklyn.The .
funeral ship glided into the "

harbor and came to anchor at quar- THE U. S. TREASURERsends
large patronage of this Bank has been built up : antine at 1:20 o'clock this morning,, his deposits to us (as do our ever

during twenty years by conducting its business on sound : the United States flag at her stern increasing mail depositors throughout the
drooping at half mast. A dozen stal-
banking principles with careful attention to the legitimate : wart sailors carried the body in its surrounding country)'.

wants of customers. The confidence of the public : heavy lead casket from the mortuary
OTHER NATIONAL BANKS
is reuected in the large amount of deposits. :. chapel to the deck.
The carpet of flowers under whichit deposit with us for the credit of the U. S.
Average deposits First Quart er of 1913, $900,000
lay was removed and only the large Treasury any sums they may owe it..
.
United States flag placed over the
t FOUR PER CENT PAID ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTSOur casket at Liverpool covered it as the U. S. WARRANTSare

sailors lowered it slowly twentyfivefeet cashed by us, and charged to the U. S.
correspondent banks are located in every part oft down an inclined plane to the Treasurer's account.
deck of the Correction.
the world and include some of the largest Banks in the .
Aboard the boat the body was takento
NO OTHER ORLANDO BANK
United States. a heavily draped platform in the "
center of the deck on which rested a : does this, nor is a United States depos-

HIIIMIIIIM_ coffin. The .body was placed in- hel : itary, their advertisements to the con-
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--- cottm and lid closed; a wreath and a : trary notwithstanding.
' branch of palms were placed above it. .
SUUtR'S FRiEND PRIMARY LAW GOOD
The Correction cast off and weighed :

anchor short distance await :
a away,
SLAPPED INTO JAILHAD SAYS NAT BRYAN ing the coming of day. :
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gray, when the engines began to ,
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MENT OF IMPEACH-\I THERE WILL BE ANY DISSATISFACTION had ceased.It .
was full day when the Correctioncame
AFTERIT
BOUGHT AND IS JAILED
to rest in her slip. Eight six- :
FOR CONTEMPT IS TRIED
foot pallbearers, four in the uniformof I

Albany, N. Y., Sept. 19.-Governor the fire department and four in the :
Sulzer8 personal friend and special Washington, Sept. 19.That the uniform of the police, each man with : SPECI.AL1d !

' graft investigator, James C. Garrison, new Florida primary law is simple, a bit of crepe on his sleeve, lifted the :
slept last night in a cell of the A1-] workable and that it will be easily casket to their shoulders and bore it

t bany county penitentiary. He was:l understood after it is in operation, over the gangplank to the hearse.
remanded to that institution by the is the belief of Senator N. P. Bryan, The long vigil of the picked squadof
sergeant-at-arms of the state assem-I the author of the law. The senator mounted police. sent at 9 o'cloclast :

bly for refusing to answer questionsput has been following with much interest night to the pier came to an end.
to him by the speaker following j j'j the discussion of the new primary They stood at attention, each man at fRIDAY SATURDAY i in i

his arrest on a charge of contempt.j i which has been going on in the Florida his horse's head as the casket was ,
The charge grew out of his alleged j newspapers, and he believes thata placed in the hearse and then mount
statement several weeks ago that four good deal of misinformation is being ing their horses led the funeral train
legislators sold their votes on the resolution -I disseminated by persons who have through the deserted streets.

impeaching Governor Sulzer. not sufficiently studied the bill. The funeral route lay through lower
Garrison's arrest was almost asj I I "In a free discussion, a correct un- Broadway and past the city hall t 0 1000 Yards, 18-Inch FLOUNCING the VJ

great a surprise to many members of j derstandnig of how it works is sure Brooklyn bridge. Over this bridge,
the legislature as itvas to him., to be reached," said Senator Bryantoda which the mayor had so often trodon Latest Patterns for Corset Covers and Princess l ft ,

Threats were made several weeks ago i )'. "Erroneous conclusions will his way to and from his home, the I

to arrest him, but nothing ever was I I be corrected in due course' by editors funeral party went with measured Slips Regular 25c values.- ,
done and he made no attempt toi I who have studied the law. tread.

evade service. He has been around I "The law abolishes the second primary It was after 8, o'clock when they

Albany continuously since the impeachment -j and does away with all the bit reached the late mayor's home. There

proceedings began and a I I terness, social disturbances, J>usinessdemoralization the body was taken to a large room.

few minutes before his detention last and expense betweenthe The committee appointed by the city
night was strolling about the halls of I' first and second primaries. The to receive it withdrew; the 100 policemen 500 YardsThe New CASTILLIAN MO V J

the capitol. Then out of curiosity to second choice provision is the equiva clattered back through the

see what the assembly was doing he{ lent of two primaries at the same streets to their station houses; and HAIR Correct Patterns for Children's School

strolled into the chamber. The doors I time. the body was left with only the family f C I

swung inward easily for him, but "Under the old plan, after the first around it. Dresses. Regular 35c sellers now -
when he attempted to depart he found primary was held, the leading candi It will remain there until tomorrow ,

himself blocked by the sergeantatarms. dates had been defeated. These "de night. Private funeral services will .

I feated" voters were recognized as the be held there tomorrow afternoon and I
While Majority Leader Levy was balance of power. The new law does at their conclusion the body will betaken ,

presenting a resolution calling for the not depart from this process, for the to the city hall, where it will l '
arrest of Garrison, he was held a prisoner reason that their second votes are the lie in state till Monday morning when Don't Fail to Visit

in a cloak room. When called only ones which are added to th'e to funeral services will be held in Trinity e
before the speaker, Garrison was tal of the leading candidates. They church.
without counsel and he refused to an determine the result. THE SUIT DEPARTMENT !

swer questions put to him. "For instance, four candidates are
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Meantime numerous and widely! in the race, A, B, C and D, and ruin n
varying predictions were made as to the order named. Your preferenceis
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what would be done I with Garrison. D, and your second choice is A.
Again Levy took the initiative and I You therefore vote what we shall call Program Changed DailyToday's The Latest Creations from the

presented a resolution remanding the I, a D-A ballot. If C and D are eliminated Specials .
prisoner to the penitentiary until the i your A vote is counted for A. 3 Big Reels 3 Cream of the Markets
"The Darling of the Regiment. A
close of the session unless otherwise On the other hand, if you vote an A-B
ordered by the assembly. The vote ballot and A and B lead, then your B thrilling and powerful two-reel "101" ARE ARRIVING DAILY
Bison. feature. Hundreds of real Hop
for the arrest was 89 to 3. vote is not counted, for the reason
and Apache Indians and
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A short time later Garrison was that it would be illogical to permit state -
of southern California
in the
being rushed to the penitentiary. An your second choice vote to cancel that
cast. Produced amid luxurious
virgin
attache of the institution today said of your first choice. -

that the prisoner was shown no special "Some are of the impression that scenery. One day only.
favors and that the prison author by 'single-shotting,' or failure to vote "Frontier Twins Heroism" (Frontier -

ities had no orders other than to hold for a second choice, an advantage will ). .A mirth provoking ,westerncomedy. N. P. YOWELL

him as an ordinary prisoner. Levy accrue in behalf of the first choice.
"
"Thus Saith
Lord
was obviously pleased by the turn of This is absolutely impossible. If you a wonderful -
affairs in the Garrison case and he declared vote for C alone and C is defeated, It two-reel Biblical feature, will be
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himself of first If you want to see a "real" .photo clav.
the contempt he would primary and had failed to participate -- - -
have to remain in jail until January. in the second. If the voter do star not Eclair miss stock this one. The entire all- BOXIFAY WILL BOND AT ;LUCERNE TODAYAt Word from a friend in southern
"The assembly has plenary single-shots A and declines to vote for company have made
power Minnesota tells of
this picture wonderful FOR PAVED HIGHWAYS I a bumper corn crop
to punish for contempt," he sai a. B, his second choice, and these two Matinee 2 a 5. success. I the Lucerne theater today the there, the most abundant within the
to I
"Garrison also must go back to jail lead, nothing is gained, for, as I explained Night, 7 to 10. seen
Admission 5 cents to all. Bonifay, Sept 19.-The election I pictures, as will be by the pro- memory of the oldest inhabitant In
pending the court's decision on his before, if he had voted A-B beautiful. other Western this
yesterday to determine whether this gram, will be states useful crop
application for a writ. He can not his vote for B would not be counted. --- - -- I
district (Bonifay district) would issue "His Sister Lucia"-drama. (Amer- has been destroyed by drouth.
be released on bail." If_ the. voters will impress it
upon candidates are running that is im bonds in the sum of $40,000 for ican).
Garrison incurred the enmity of themselves that no second choice possible. Where four or more c 'ndi- good roads results in the followingvote 1 I '"The City Fellow" (Majestic). Only once in a year we have sucha
many of Sulzer's political opponentsby votes are counted except those from dates are running it is possible, but : For good roads, 13.3; against "The Girl of the Cabaret"-drama. sale, such low prices. Don't missit.
his activities the the defeated candidates .* B. Salomon's season end sale.
during pending they will
not probable. Very early in every good roads, 99. (Thanhouser). \ -
impeachment proceedings. He was have the solution of that question. campaign two candidates generally The election was hotly contested. "His Way of Winning Her"-com. -
called the governor's press agent by "It has been said that a plurality
impress themselves
upon public opine I The woman who hseitates has no
many. nomination is possible. Where three ion as the leaders." Subscribe for the Sentinel. t edy."Gold Pete's Mining." .I i secret to teil.a. .



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