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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 21, 1913
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1913.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 1, no. 269 (Dec. 20, 1913).
General Note: J.F. Schumann, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 4 (Feb. 14, 1913).
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Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
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THE PEOPLE'S PAPER ..

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


VOLUME ONE ORLANDO, FLORIDA, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1913. NUMBER 192.

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HAD MARKED MEMBERS Of SI.SCHMIDT . CENTRAL[ MARKET NAUSEOUS ODORS BRYAN SAYS THAT CRITICISM




J JOSfPU'S CHURCH fOR Of A TU1 ONLY SOLUTION CAUSE COMPLAINT OOfSN'T TROUBLE i [ HIM AT All


.. ---- SAYS DR. W. C. PERSONS WHO NOT CAUSED BY BAD CONDITION -
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THAT SAYS CITY PHYSICIAN,
HAS RECOMMENDED ,

THEY WOULD SAID HE BE THOUGHT BETTER fflffl CASE GOES SUCH ESTABLISHEDThat A PLACE BE IN DECLARING TOWN EXCELLENT"Did HEALTHOF IT"AW HELPS[ LOOKUP NO BEEN WORSE RECEIVING THAN HE FOR HAS


OFF DEAD OVER TILLMONDAY I LAW\ POINTS MANY YEARSLECTURING
a central market is the only you smell it?"

solution of handling meats and pro- "Well, I should say-what is it?" -

duce in a thoroughly sanitary manneris "If you haven't smelled it and remain IS GOOD
ARREST SAVED THEM PRINCIPAL FIGURES IN IMPEACHMENT the opinion of Dr. W. C. Persons, in Orlando long enough thereis TAKES INTEREST IN SEARCHING -

TRIAL ALL OUT the city physician, who some time ago no way for you to escape it. The BOOKS FOR PRECEDENTS -
recommended to council the advisability nauseous odors that have been arising OF CASES LIKE
OF ALBANY AND TRIAL AND HE WILL CONTINUE TO GOON
SEVERAL WOMEN AND CHILDREN of establishing such a market from some source for some time
WOULD HAVE BEEN SUSPENDS place. have been tracked to their lair, as it HIS OWN THE PLATFORM AS

KILLED BY DEGENERATE While no location has been chosen, were, for the city councilmen and oth- LONG AS HE SEES
Albany, N. Y., Sept. 20.-Inactivity for the matter has not gone that far, ers who feel responsible for the healthof Concord, N. H., Sept. 20.-Plans of PROPER
PRIEST today marked the case of William a tentative selection has been madeon the, city have been unwilling to the defense in the extradition pro

Sulzer, governor of New York, on West Pine street "It would be admit that the malodorous scents that ceedings against Harry Thaw were Washington, Sept. 20.Secretaryof

New York, Sept 20.-Although up trial before the high court of impeachment better to have the market on this side pervaded the air were caused by any completed this morning and awaitedthe State Bryan today, commentingupon

to the present time he had expresseda for alleged "high crimes of the railroad," said Dr. Persons unsanitary condition.It's approval of the Matteawan fupi the termination of his Chautauqua -

desire to be placed on trial imme- and misdemeanors. yesterday, "but no location has been; "Jointite." Alderman Sims tive's mother and sister, who with engagements, announced that he

diately, Hans Schmidt, the confessed Practically all of the principal figures suggested which is better suited to made the discovery. "Jointite" is a the latter's husband, George Lauder would continue to lecture as long as

murderer of Anna Aumueller, today in the impeachment trial were the purposes than that on West Pine." strong cement that is being used by Carnegie, were expected later in the. he remained secretary of state, whenever

made a slight change of front. out of the city, the court. of... impeach-. Dr. Persons said that he didn't ex the sewer contractors in cementing'' day.Thaw .he felt mere was- -proper----- occasion----_:_-
In conference with his.counsel, Al- ment being adjourned-- until Monday- pect the present council to do any- the joints of the sewer pipes. Those was anxious to explain to his and a desire to do so.

phonse Keeble, Schmidt, exclaimed: and both houses of the legislature'until thing with the proposition, for the who have been near the scene of the family his reasons for placing his Mr. Bryan issued this statement:

"The district attorney will never be Thursday.No reason that the aldermanic system of operations are prepared to asseverate case wholly in the hands of his New "This evening at Warrenton, Va., is

able to send me to the electric chair. more clashes between Governor government was soon to be succeeded that the preparation is strong in more Hampshire counsel. The latter are the last of the Chautauqua lectures

He is up against it, and he knows it" Sulzer and Acting Governor Glynnare by the commission form and he recognized ways than one. It is so strong that working in complete harmony with for this season. The total income

"What makes you say that?" he anticipated after the governor's the tendency of the councilto the odors have caused some to sus- former Governor Stone, of Pennsylvania from Chautauqua lectures this year is

was asked. letter of yesterday acknowledgingthat put off everything of the kind for pect that there was something se- the personal representative of the a little over $7,000. The net receipts
"Why he hasn't found the head of he is The with the Thaw family.
no longer governor. their successors in office. riously wrong sanitary sys after taking out the necessary expenses -
that body, has he? He can not proveit governor has not been at his officesin Dr. Persons concluded by saying 'tem. Wr. W. C. Person, city physi; Reports that Governor Felker was are something over $6,500.

was Aumueller unless he shows the the capital for two days, and it is that it was the only way to handle cian, was sought for an opinion. inclined to give Thaw his liberty and I. The number of whole week days

head, can be? Suppose I did admit said that he will not return unless) the market matter so that flies could "That scent comes from the cement leave the final disposition of the case which have been used for the lectureis
the killing, what of that? He's got him.' the to the federal courts finds no supportin
the court of impeachment acquits be done away with. The entire mar- that sewer people are using according to recollection, sev-
my
to show in court that I did it and has notified Gov- a statement from the executive today -
His counsel Acting ket could be screened and all the per- said the city physician. "There'snothing I en. The remainder of the lectures
without the body being positively ernor Glynn that any attaches of the ishables offered would be kept within wrong with the sanitary con- in which he said he would approach have been delivered at places near

identified he is going to fail. I won't governor's office who may be of any this limited space, and in this way dition of the town. The fact is that the extradition proceedings on enough to this city to leave in the

try to stop him from convicting, how assistance to him are at his service. I the fly pest could soon be extermi, the health of the city is excellent; it Tuesday with a perfectly open mind. afternoon, sometimes as late as 3:08

ever. I haven't anything to fear from Glynn will make no attempt to nated. I was never better. There is less sick- His only determination was, he said o'clock. I would not assume that the

the electric chair. I am willing to move into the governor's quarters, ness here now than I've ever knownto that justice should be done. was interested in these details
have it all ended right now." but will continue to direct the state's be the case." Thaw slept later than usual this public that the
it not for the fact rep
1 Despite Schmidt's belief that the business from his temporary head SEMI-ANNUAL MUSTER OF 'So long as'.the' people know where morning and when he appeared at were resentatives of a few newspapers
district attorney would not be able quarters. the odors come from, that there is breakfast he was in the best of spir of
have reganhd'it as a matter great
to prove the corpus delicti, Assistant 'Governor Sulzer is maintaining:absolute CO C, WEDNESDAY NIGHT nothing of illness .suggested. by'it, ,its. He said he was ready for another "

District Attorney Delehanty tonight silence. Reports that he has I they don't find so much fault with it. hard day's work with his correspondence importance. asked if he
When Mr. Bryan was
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pointed out that there was sufficient gone 'into "seclusion" are somewhat They can stand it for a while. In.. and the law books whichhe .his.
would lecture more during
evidence in hand to prove that the ,exaggerated, for he frequently ap- CAPT. MOORE URGES FULL ATTENDANCE fact, they might arrive at the point is searching for precedents bear connection with any the state department,
murdered girl was Anna Aumueller pears on the streets in his automobile, where they thought it pleasant, but ing on his case.
AS REQUISITIONS he
replied:
aside from Schmidt's confession. but he refuses to talk for publication. they don't c.are to become that much "My counsel are working very hard, "I to lecture whenever I
Schmidt refused today to answer DEPEND UPON IT know said he "and I shall do expect
Counsel for James C. Garrison, the accustomed to it. you do
deem it desirable or necessary to
questions in regard to the stolen newspaper man and former state em- my part.
so, and have not in the least altered
death certificate blanks which were ploye, jailed Thursday when he refused Wednesday evening next the semi-
.
the which made at the
found in his possession. He admitted to answer questions propoundedby annual muster of Co. C, second,infantry POOR WAGES CAUSE plans were
I assumed the duties of the of-
time
BODY OF NEW YORK'SLATE
that he had marked certain membersof the speaker of the assembly, National Guard of Florida, ,will been directed
fice. The criticism that has
St. Joseph's congregation for eu- planned to start a legal fight in theirclient's take place at the armory in Orlando. GIRL TO KILL HERSELF is
lecturing no
+ thanasia, because he believed they behalf today. In the mean. This will be the first semi-annual MAYOR IN STATE more bitter against than my the criticism I have
would be better off dead. time Garrison remained in jail. He muster of the company since its recent -
for
other times and
undergone at
Schmidt denied having made any said the experience novel and and Mooreis
was
reorganization, Capt EIGHT DOLLARS A WEEK TOO other things during connection
list of those whom he had selected as not unpleasant especially anxious to see a full at THOUSANDS WILL VIEW THE my
LITTLE FOR GIRL TO
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victims, but said that he had in mind with politics."A
tendance. the of the
Upon report FACE OF GAYNOR AT CITY
of this criticism is mali-
LIVE ON part
several women and children and he
semiannual muster will the
depend HALL SUNDAY cious, a part of it is partisan and a
would have soon begun the work of INDIVIDUAL DRINKING supplies for the next period, for clothing -
of it is based on misinformation.
extermination if he had not been arrested Moore has issued the 20.-Social welfare part
etc. Capt Chicago, Sept
for the murder of the Aumuelier SCUPS FOR CITY SCHOOLS following order: workers were interested today in the New York, Sept. 20.-The body of That which is malicious will answer
will be
which is
itself that partisan
of ;
girl. SPECIAL POST ORDER NO. 2. fate of Selma Peterson a 19-year-old William J. Gaynor, late mayor
I accepted as such, that which is based
New York will be taken from the
Orlando, Fla., Sept. 20, 1913. girl employed in a clothing factory, when
SPENDTHRIFT TO ANSWER CITY PHYSICIAN WILL RECOM. 1. You are hereby ordered to report who committed suicide after she had Gaynor home in Brooklyn late this upon misinformation will cease
BIGAMY CHARGE''' at lived for six months on meals, which afternoon and placed at twilight in the critics are better informed.
MEND THAT COUNCIL DO at your armory eight ((8)p. ) life if
should
"No enter public
man
the halt, where it will lie in state
food had said suffi- city
m., Wednsday, September 24, 1913, experts were
AWAY WITH DIPPER he to criticism and he not
objects can
Cal. j
San Diego Sept 20.CharlesR. for muster. cient to sustain life. Her reason for until Monday morning.
Drummond member of Close friends of the dead stay in public life is he permits crit-
a wealthy 2. Full uniforms will be worn. her act was given in a note. mayor's
family of manufacturers, walked into schools will family, including a number of city icism to turn him from doing things
Orlando public inaugurate 3. Failure to comply with this or- "Wages too low. Life not worth
the police station late last night and the individual drinking cup system der will be treated by the summary living. officials, assembled at the Gaynor that are right He must decide his

said he was wanted in St. Louis for if the recommendations of City court. No excuses will be accepted.By In a notebook she had set down her home today for the private funeral duty for himself and must be answer-

bigamy. He was taken into custody. Physician Persons are carried out. order of weekly expenditures, shewing that services conducted by the Rev. Frank, able to the public for any mistakeshe

The police learned later that Drum Dr. Persons will ask the city council EGBERT C. MOORE, meals, room rent, car fare and laundry 'I W. Page, of Culpepper, Va., for many'I makes. I regard lecturing as an

mond is wanted in Clayton, St. Louis to prohibit the use of the deadly Capt. Co. C, 2nd Infantry, N..G. F., took $7.25 of her $8 wages. There'I years the pastor and close friend of entirely legitimate field. I lectured
county, for violating a parole follow- dipper in the schools. Parents will Commanding the Post. were entries which stated that her the family. before I was nominated for the pres-

ing a six months' jail sentence for be asked to furnish their children daily diet consisted of the following: Late this afternoon the body will be idency; I lectured between campaigns;

bigamy. He disappeared from St with individual cups, and in this way STANDARD OIL COMPANY For breakfast, coffee and rolls; for taken under the escort of a squadron' I shall continue to lecture and I shall

Louis two years ago. one of the greatest menaces to the ; ACCUSED IN MEXICO dinner, beef stew and milk and rice of mounted police to the city hall. not believe that any person whose

He is known in St Louis chieflyfor health of the children in the schools Special to The SentinelWashington pudding; for supper, fruit, salad, graham The United States flag, draped over opinion is worth having will think the
having squandered a million dol. will be abolished.Dr. Sept. 20.-Official representatives crackers and milk. the coffin when it was taken to the less of me because I do so. This

lar inheritance and for his numerous .- Persons does not think muchof of Huerta tonight directly Shortly before the girl died she regained -, Lusitania at Liverpool, will be replaced closes the lecture subject for the pres-

matrimonial affairs. He eloped withat the fountain idea, as provided in I accused the Standard Oil company I consciousness. To a physicianshe by the official mayor's flag of ent"

least three St Louis girls and later some schools. He says that the foun- of financing the Madero revolution. said: the city when the body is placed in

was said to have married again in tain is no improvement over the community -! and attempting to bribe Huerta. "Doctor, did you ever live for six state.
Paris. dipper, as it is practiced in These accusations were based on a months on 20-cent dinners?" The body will lie in the rotunda of WILL PUT LARGE FARM

some places, where the child is required telegram from Mexico City to Huer- The menu in the girl's diary was the city hall, somber with black drap-

CONFERENCE AGREES ON to press the faucet and put his ta's representatives in this city. The submitted to an expert on food values ing, until 10 o'clock Monday morning, TRACT ON THE MARKET

TARIFF ON LEMONS mouth down over it to receive the water dispatch states that a wealthy landowner who asserted it contained all of the when it will be taken to Trinity

as it bubbles up. Under an uneven makes sensational declarations elements necessary to support life. church. The face will be exposed and

Special to The SentinelWashington pressure of water it is next to concerning the part that the oil company all who wish to gaze upon the dead ORLANDO FARMS CO. MAN ARRIVES -
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Sept 20.-After a impossible to keep the water flowingat has had in Mexican affairs since KISSIMMEE REPRESENTED mayor will be permitted to do so. AND IS DELIGHTED

prolonged struggle the senate con- a uniform height, and thus the the incipiency of the revolution, that AT BIG REUNIONMr. The body will be buried in Greenwood WITH PROSPECTMr.

ference on the tariff bill today accepted fountain becomes a germ carrier as I he has been informed that the rebellion cemetery, Brooklyn.

the house rate on lemons, bad as the dipper. would continue until the Stand- Chauncey Holt returned Friday

which are fixed according to the cub The reform which Dr. Persons will ard has complete control of the oil night from the Chattanooga reunionof BASEBALL RESULTS IN Charles Y. Peeler, of Chicago,

ical contents of the boxes and at rates propose is one which will carry next wells in Mexico. This is why the the G. A. R. Mr. Holt says it wasa THE BIG LEAGUES 111., reached Orlando yesterday, and

slightly lower than those provided by to no expense, because individual Standard supported Madero and op- great event, and Florida was well began making arrangements to put
the senate. drinking cups can be provided at avery posed Reyes. The Standard offered represented. He wants the Orlando' Special to The SentineL the tract east of Orlando purchasedby

small cost to each, and is one the present Mexican government two Board of Trade to know that the Kis- National League Results the Orlando Florida Farms Co. on

THE WEATHER which could not be considered a bur hundred million dollars loan on easy' simmee Board of Trade was on the Pittsburg, 1-3; Brooklyn, 04. the market.
and den in event. besides St. Louis-Boston; rain.ChicagoPhiladelphia This is Mr. Peeler's first visit to
Florida: Local rains Sunday any terms making assurances that job at Chattanooga, maintaining a
cooler in northwest portion. Monday the Huerta government would receive news stand from which a twenty-page ; rain. Orlando, and he is pleased with Orlando

generally fair, cooler in central and Messrs. Bob Hyer, H. C. Lumsdenand immediate United States recognition; edition of the Kissimmee Valley Ga- Cincinnati-New York; rain. and the surrounding country.He .

northeast portion. Chas. Rock, prominent citizensof that Standard Oil representatives had' zette was given away. Mr. Holt American League Results says he thinks it by odds the most

Orlando, were in the city Tuesdayto declared to land owners that their thinks that this kind of advertising Philadelphia, 4; Detroit 2. attractive portion of the state, and he
purchase horses from Washington, 6; St. Louis, 3. will do no violence to his conscience ;
Get your school books and supplies some Mc- company would not rest until Mexico helps a town.

early. Avoid the n.&h. Curtis & Cracken'x, car load.-Kissimmee Valiey had the president. and. governmentthat a '..iRead New York, 7; Cleveland, 3. in recommending. . the holdings of the .r.
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Prayer and fellowship meeting I The Cathedral SchoolEAST ,t
AMONG THE CHURCHES.
Wednesday evening at 7:30. -- ---- ----

; attend The all public th eservices.If is cordially. invited to If you want the Best I CENTRAL AVENUEOrlando's
Select Hoarding and
I METHODIST CHURCH you haven't a church-home.here,
J. E. Wray, pastor. come and be at home with us. All CLOTHES I II Day School For Girls

r Sunday school at 9:45 a. m.; C. seats are free. I Reopens Wednesday, October 1.
Howard, superintendent. E.I Don't miss the concert next Tues- : Primary, Intermediate, and College .
"Individual Responsibility," subject day night. Preparatory Grades.
i of pastor's sermon at 11 a. m. MADE TO MEASUREYou Also Courses in Music, Art, Elocution -
Solo by Miss Johnnie Smith, "Sun EMMANUEL BAPTIST CHURCH Domestic Science, Physical Cul

of My Soul" (Hahn). Rev. A. E. Douglass, of DeLand, ,,ture. I t 1
Anthem by choir, "Jesus, the Very will preach both morning and even- :Twelve specially trained Teachers.
Thought of Thee" (Nevin). ing at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. He is now have the opportunity, Individual attention. Loving care. I
J. D. and in I REV. RODERICK P. COBB, A. M,
Epworth League, 6:45 p. m.; a splendid preacher every one LEARN ABOUT
Burden, president. Mr. Don Peabody, Orlando should hear him. for we have with us special rep- Principal.TO .
president of Ocala League, will deliver Sunday school at 9:45; Mr. F. N. I our quality confections by a trial pur
an address. Boardman, superintendent. resentative of Strauss & Bros., PROPERTY OWNERS: I chase of a pound box of our
Consecration," subject of service CHOCOLATESBON
"Personal Prayer on Wednesday even-
I am now settled in larger, brighterand
pastor's sermon at 7:30 p. m. ing at 7:30.Services of Baltimore. He will be withus better quarters in the Rock build- BONS
choir, "Ye Who Inherit" held in the Tea and Rest
Anthem
by ing, opposite the San Juan hotel, A "pointer" for the person wanting
(Macey). Room on Orange avenue. for next three daysTuesday, rooms 1 and 2, which my increasing I the best at a reasonable price-the
Everybody most cordially invited to Tne public cordially invited to all
business required.I utmost in purity and deliciousness.Daintily .
all services.ST. the services. Wednesday I and Thursday, this am revising my sales list, and am I packed and in the original

week. ready to list your city and country :!shapes and variety of nors.BUIT'S .
LUKE'S CATHEDRALVery Mr. Forrest Dabney Carr, who sang property. I
at the Opera House Friday evening, i handy KitchenWE
From all
Rev. Edgar A. Sherrod, dean. reports received from my
will sing at St. Luke's cathedral Sun- @ @ friends and business connections in
Office hours 11 a. m. to 12:30 p. m.
Phone 122.Eighteenth. day morning. There will be many the North, I shall do a large business FIT GLASSES GRIND LENSES
who will take advantage of this op- this winter and will
efforts -
Sunday after Trinity. use my best AND DO ALL KINDS OF
Services for the day as follows: portunity. to hear the distinguishedbasso. Come in and see the Big Line of !i to sell the properties listed with OPTICAL REP.IIUXGSUcct'Esor

9:30 a. m.-Sunday school. j me.I
have satisfied customers,
10:30 Morning many
a. m.- prayer. SamplesAT
WORLDLY WISDOMIf
11 a. m.-Holy Communion.Mr. i I who became winter residents of Orlando -

Forrest Dabney Carr, basso, and vicinity by my personal
= =
a woman can't be flattered its a
will sing at the morning ((11 o'clock) I efforts, and they are now boosting for
she is deaf.
sign : Orlando and

service.7:45 p. m.Choral evensong and You can get insured against any accident Brown & Larti ue's' Yours truly,
DR. L. H. RAMSDELL
except marriage.A CARL JANSEN,
lecture on the History of the Chris-
tian Church. All persons interestedin lot of dead ones in every town !' Real Estate, Notary Public, Fire OPTOMETRIST
this phase of thought are especially are holding out on the undertaker.Not Insurance. 1m d&w ( to Dr. 0. P. Likins)
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] invited to attend. even an ingenious woman can I ORLANDO, FLORIDA
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FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHRev. poor material. ANGE & BATES'ROOM WELCOME TOROYAL THE WILLOLAModern
Edward T. Poulson, D. D., It is customary for a man with I j
pastor.Mr. more dollars than sense to accumulate ; ; 5. HAND BLOCK PHONE 156 1 Home-Like
PALM
C. M. Tichenor, superintendentof popularity. t leO' t411010 "I"IDIJIII 1111111111ID'1PURITAX Prices Moderate
the Sunday school. Society is judged by some of the
Mr. George W. Phillips, director of misfits that manage to break in. BARBER. SHOPModern
MORALITYThe bution of material goods, the methods SOUTH ORANGE AVENUE
the choir. The fool man who is always askingfor
Hours of Service advice should be advised to keep old morality of the Puritan is of production, and the relations of I and Complete. Near Lake Lucerne

The Sunday school will meet I his mouth closed.ExPresident passing. In its place are beginningnew capital to labor. This is what is meant i:i individual
Everything ,
new
Classes for ideals, more related to the per-, by the social movement. And it is
promptly at 9:30 a. m. ] electric attachments at MRS. W. T. WALKER
every
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all ages, and good teachers with well Taft has reduced his manent facts of our time. One influ- the social movement which is chang-,I I chair. No atone has been left ,ORLANDO - FLORIDA
since working against the Puritan sur- ing all of our ideals, including those
prepared lessons. weight eighty pounds quittingthe ence unturned to make this shop
He has done it vival is the influx from conti- of morality.-Harper's Weekly.
Worship in the auditorium at 10:45a. I presidency. great meet th erequirements of the I
m. and 7:30 p. m., with sermons by through systematic exercise and diet- nental nations mixing their blood most particular. Plenty of J. A. HOWE
the pastor. Morning subject: "The I ing. He is now down to two-forty in i from their ideals with those which Politeness while the cheapest is the room. Courteous attendants. I Attorney at Law
Expansion of God's RedemptiveWork. j I weight and is in fine training for golf were here earlier. But there is a richest commodity. It simply costs
." Subject for the evening:I work. Mr. Taft is probably more greater influence. The American peo- nothing to be polite, while to be rude ELIJAH WHITEHEAD, I Practices in all the Courts
"Words That Outlast Worlds-Why?"I than glad that he is done with the ple are a practical people. Ours is and grouchy is expensive and likedto Proprietor. 'I

The men are especialy invited to hear''I responsibilities and the fatness of be- not the kind of a nation that has effective the repair bills on ai oil vehicle. Orange Ave., Orlando, Fla. 1 __Room. _11-McNeill.__& Davis__ Building_ _
this sermon. ,ing president.i ideals born merely of thought.The We even laugh at an old joke, be-
Special music'at all the services.B. i i only ideals which move it to action cause it is polite to do so, but isn'tit ', Look for the big circular of B.
Salomon. Season end sale. See our
Y. P. U. meeting at 6:30 p. m. you want,the news, subscribe for are connected with business. The better than to snore while the jokeis Little cost-big returns-from low prices and then come in and con.
Juniors will meet at 3 o'clock p. m.I The Daily Sentinel. big questions of the day are the distri- being told? Sentinel want ads. vince yourself. if


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N. P. BRYAN PRIMARY be thrown out-Pensacola News.A .

LAW? I II I GOOD GUESS BEFORE DECIDING

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To illustrate the workings of the
A doctor settled in
a coun-
young
new Bryan primary law, passed by
town and out his "shingle."
try hung
the last Florida legislature, we pub- TdMPAflAIRY
After waiting two weeks for a patienthe Q

lish inary precinct below vote: a of tabulation four candidates of the in imag-one farmer was awakened who wanted one him night right by an away old TaMPA Bear t the e "CADILLAC" "HUPMOBILE"[ in min !


for his boy who had been suddenly
s..o.OIlJ'M -.>> v stricken with a severe pain in the region DON'TBE

= of his stomach.
PI)
= g i! The young M. D. hastened to the SATISFIEDWith tjII !
e
;
;'S'. "ao house and found the boy lying on the I I,,,, II J JY
4 t' .e = bed in evident pain and surroundedby
.ld = the family and neighbors. He I
i
U looked at the patient for a moment, "Just as Good'* because the
First Second .o ,then wishing to impress them all with chances are 100 to 1 that the + ". I 'i i 'II I jhp
I k 'Mi'F'
li" il'I I I J I
Choice Choice 9; =IIJ (oJ his superior knowledge of medical "Just as good" is in reality inferPOINSETTIA : ( li

Fletcher ....... 20 1 19 terms, he spread out his chest and ior.

Gilchrist ....... 18 7 11 said: ,
i si ? 'ra Yys /*
p Stockton ....... 16 7 9 "This should cause you no alarm.It j v?"ygyi_ . .i&r&X Ii fcJ/5,!

Judson ........ 10 13 10 is nothing but a corrustified exegesis -
I Ice Cream is in a class
,
The first thing for the inspectors at antispasmodically emanatingfrom ALL BY ITS SELF.
the of the animal
the polls to do will be to count the germ refrig- We make it that way.
first choice votes to ascertain the two erator, producing a prolific epidermisof Pure Cream, Sterilized
intestinal Inspected and passed. Man-
profundity
high men or possibly a winner in the ufactured under ideal sanitary -
i I The farmer looked at him a moment -
"first primary" as it were. conditions. Don't accept -
Fletcher having twenty and Gil-' and replied: "Now that's just a substitute. \ ORLANDO AUTO AND SUPPLY COMPANY
,what I sed it wuz, but my wife she
christ eighteen first choice votes,
'lowed it wuz worms"-September Its for sale I
Stockton and Hudson are eliminated.I,
choice National Monthly.ASSESSIEXT in your town IIII lllllliOCOeIGal 1111011.111111111101IOlt++4
Now we will count the second

votes received by Fletcher and Gil-
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christ. They count as whole votes. ROLLS OF i -
V.W.ESTES&CO.ORLANDO.
But remember that the second choice WEST PALM BEACH f'llleIG"'I
4O 0 IO-- +;+
votes for Gilchrist on Fletcher's first fLA.Nn. .

a choice ballots can not be counted and I West Palm Beach, Sept. 19.The tJ'IIIII'I'I' IIIIIII'II'1 11'1 .... .. .. .. .. ..ou..u..
W l
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city assessment rolls have been
vice versa because they are opposing com- 3 .II.IIIIII'IOIIIIIIIIIILIC I I I 0Gas i 411'1'IDOII'II"IIIIIII'II
each other in the second count. I pleted and show the valuation of city I lilt

There is the trouble. Here's the property, personal and real, based on j .. .IIIIIIIJIIIII"'II IIA lIP \
one-third valuation, be
a to $1,281'-1
rub. How the inspectors
can keep

track arate of sheet this without for each keeping candidate a sep? the 104.ty-seven actual The, which millage valuation would was of fixed mean property at that twen was if I I a Range e r For [m or r e en e[cues

Sometimes we have a hundred candi-
assessed, the would be I
millage only
dates running in the state and county.It nine on the dollar. You are suddenly called from home; some member of the family takes ill during the i
can't be done without an auditor night; friends come in unexpectedly-various other domestic emergencies arise
The
the for
revenue to city the
and an adding machine at every poll- I which require a fire in a hurry. Are you prepared for such contingencies? Have
coming will therefore be lit-
year a
ing place in the state. The average "battling" with wood coal stove?
tle more than $34,000 from direct tax- you a gas range or are you a or
inspector is not a bookkeeper or expert ation of property. Other revenue, including l In days before matches were invented the housewife kept a fire burning con-

mathematician.The licenses tinuously, because to build a fire by friction and gunpowder was a tedious job.
fines, dog tax, etc.,:
result will be that it will bedays will increase this amount by about The value of a quick-fire was recognized in the long-ago. Then came the match I
before the election results will which and the wood stove, but for emergency purposes it falls short of the mark. But
$18,000, will give the city of
be known, 'and then they may be West Palm Beach something like the gas range came along. It is "direct transmission" applied to kitchen affairs-

grossly inaccurate. $55,000 to spend in 1914. and can be geared up to the giant burner, or slowed down to the simmerer.
What will the candidates and workers Why subject yourself to an old-fashioned stove when all this inconvenience can
Many improvements are planned by
at the polls do? They will say, the city council in the way of new This book tells how everybodypays be removed by buying a range. The gas stove is quick, clean, reliable, economical.Let .

"Bother the second choices, single paved streets, new sewer lines, etc. and whether or not they us prove to you all the claims we have made by installing one for you now.
shot your man. Shoot at the planetsand

r let the satellites alone, boys." I are entitled to credit. ORLANDO WATER NB LIGHT C CO1
-
And you will have a plurality primary Before betting on your sympathies,I I I
have remember that sympathies are largely ORLANDO BUSINESS MEN'S
as we previously ex -
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' THE DAILY I II. TOMATO CLUBS BOARD READY TO LEASE SNAP THIS BARGAIN UP! j

South Florida Sentinel The last legislature made an ap STATE CONVICTS

!. MORNING AND WEEKLY propriation for the extension of the Tallahassee, Sept. 20.-On Monday, A Furnished Home for a Thousand

JOSIAH FERRIS Editor and Owner corn and tomato club work which had : September 22, the board of state institutions Dollars.
-Entered---- --at-the-pobtoffice- at Orlando, HOP already been started under the aus- will meet to receive bids for For sale, a six-room house, fur- 1II""I"I'I'I""IIIOI"II"I' "
ida as Second Class Mail Matter. pices of the State university and the the leasing of the remaining able- nished, with screened kitchen, 18x18;
SUBSCRIPTION RATES College for Women in cooperationwith bodied state convicts. According to lot 981-2 by 1323-4; Eva street, near GAS TANKS
the* bureau of plant industry of the information furnished by the com- Hamlin grove. There are several !j ,
THE DAILY SENTINELOne the federal government.These missioner of agriculture, there are bearing fruit trees. Owner has good
I
Year ....................$5.00 clubs have been organized in, now 1,650 convicts in the state prisonof reasons for selling which do not affect -
I Six Months ................... 2.50 a number of the counties of the state, these there are about 400 termedas the value of the property or the I In either Prest.0-Lite
I Three Months ................ 1.25 and the agents in charge of the work disabled, who will be located on the extraordinary qualities of this fine'
I By newt carrier in Orlando 50 cents per are diligently extending it. In orderto state prison farm in Bradford county. offering. A bargain like this will : or SearchIight..any
. month Daily and Sunday. get the counties interested they are According to the new convict law;the I not last long, so if you want to profit .
j The Orlando Morning Sentinel can be found asked to bear a small proportion of various counties of the state were by having read this ad. apply without size...and we always
.- on sale in Orlando at Curtia & ONeal'i BookStore the given the of the to
expense. privilege leasing delay
and Wright Brother have them in stock
i. We will appreciate prompt complaint if This work is really worth while, state prisoners at $10 a month and THE SENTINEL,
delivery it not promptly made by our carriers. and it costs so little that it is hard Under Orlando, Fla. for exchanges.
Advertising rates will be furnished on ap- to understand why any of the counties ,
, nlicat_ __
n Qn. would refuse to take it up after 'to the counties and gave them until

Per year THE by mail WEEKLY postage SENTINEL paid........11.00 being given the opportunity to haveit August 15 to make requisition for the IIMHIIIMIIICIII6MMMIDO \ Free Shop Service
Address THE SENTINEL, Orlando. Florida. inaugurated by the state agents.It number of convicts desired.
Office 107 Court Phone Street.24.Arct.de Bu dinl. is all in the line of developing the The following counties have made YOU USE AN OIL

state's resources and getting the requisitions as shown: Bradford
SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1913. STOVE? The quick kind-no
young folks interested in the possibil- county has asked for 30, Dade 50, De- waitingfor -
Editor Bob Holly of the Sanford ities of the soil and the profits to be Soto 10, Liberty 5, Osceola 30, Su- is
some one ready to
Herald has had the dengue fever. He made from its products. Prizes are wannee 12, and Walton 15; total If so Be Sure and Ask for
calls it the "dam you" fever now. offered to make the work interesting I asked for, 152, which will be let to look after your wants.
o to the boys and girls, and the instruction -! the respective counties to be workedon
It would seem that the Chicagoanwho they derive from the effortis their public roads. After eliminat- "Gulf
married eight wives in one week, worth the time and trouble re- ing the disabled prisoners and the 152
had been assiduously courting trou- quired. leased to the above named counties, TIRES PUMPED WITH FILTERED AIR
ble. There is no appropriation made by which make total of about 552, Kerosene"Burns from Automatic Electric Pump

o the legislature which will yield better there are left, in round numbers, 1,100 -air always ready-no waiting
Ideal towns are scarce because the returns in comparison to the amount able-bodied convicts which are open Freely and will not crust on the pump.
right kind of people and plenty of invested. for lease at the meeting to be held I the wick. Has no unpleasantodor.
money can not be had to make a town -o next Monday. According to the new .
exactly what it ought to be. WISDOM OF SOLOMONThe law, the board can not lease any of i

I ministers of Chicago were the state prisoners for a longer term IIII I I. W. PHILLIPS & S SONS S
An old G. A. R. man claims that asked recently by the Chicago Tri than two years. j Handled by Leading Merchants.
both sides ran at Bull Run. By jog- bune to compile what they consideredthe The board of state institutions has .1I.II :
ging his memory further, he will ten wisest sayings of King Solo- adopted its rules and regulations to
probably recall also that his side won mon. The vote in the order named govern in the lease of convicts and to " ,1",1..1..1",1,1. ..

the race.-Washington Post. was for the following ten proverbs: govern lessees in their conduct of and P.G. Walton Agent

o He that is slow to anger is better the manner of working, keeping, Phones 450 and 269HMIMMIIMMMMIHMM

The Duval county commissionersare I than the mighty ,and he that ruleth maintaining, etc., the said convicts.

on the verge of another scandal his spirit than he that taketh a city. The board has also adopted a formof " " " " " ,. , , , ...
over the purchase of a county farm -Proverbs' vi., 32. contract to be entered into with :
--
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site. That must be an awfully crook Go to the ant, thou sluggard; con- any and all lessees. These rules and Ii -

ed bunch up in Jacksonville.A sider her ways, and be wise.-Pro- i contracts are as applicable to any of I
o verbs, vi., 6. the various counties leasing prisonersas
clerk in Rome whose wages were Wine is a mocker; strong drink is to any individual or concern. .
$5 a week has just inherited $6,400 raging; and whosoever is deceived FOR SEPTEMBER

000. Now sit back in your chair and thereby is not wise.-Proverbs, xx., 1. HOW THEY DECIDEAn
think about what you would do if-. A soft answer turneth away wrath;

I There-isn't that almost as good as but grievous words stir up anger.-I, item in one of our exchangessays Birthday Gifts--The
a vacation?Cleveland Plain Dealer. Proverbs, xv., 1. that a banker in Missouri has hit SapphireSEPTEMBER'S
There are three things which
o are on a novel way to tell whether an
"Judicially dry" is the way some of too wonderful for me, yea four; whichI applicant for loans at his bank is re.
the papers describe the condition in know not: The way of an eagle i in liable or not. He slips to the 'phone
Seminole county. We'd like to hear the air; the way of a serpent upon a and calls up the publisher of the local
the construction put upon this lan rock; the way of a ship in the midst paper. If the applicant is a subscriber -
guage by Cols. Bob Holly and Tom of the sea; and the way of a man witha and his account is paid up hi STONE IS THE SAPPHIRE-EMBLEM _

Bates. maid Proverbs, xxx., 19. gets the loan at a reasonable rate of: OF CONSTANCY, TRUTH, HAPPINESS AND SUCCESS.
-- Train up your child in the way he interest, and if he is in arrears the
Senator Bob LaFollett coined the should. go; and when he is old, he security must be gilt-edged and a few LET US SHOW IT TO YOU MOUNTED IN A BRACELET -

expression Big Business, but it remained will not depart from it.-Proverbs, more cents tacked on to the note. If
HANDY PIN BAR
for the people of Eustis to xxii., 6. you are thinking of borrowing moneyit PIN, LOCKET OR RING ANYONE f

incorporate it.,. The last issue of the A good name is rather to be chosen would be wise to see how you stand OF WHICH WILL MAKE HER EYES SPARKLE WITH
Lake Region has a headline, "Big than great riches, and loving favor with the local editor.-Lake.City In-
Business Incorporated." rather than silver and gold.Pro.verbs dex. DELIGHT.

o xxii., 1. FOR MEN WE HAVE THIS BEAUTIFUL, CLEAR-
c It would be a mean thing for some The fear of the Lord is the beginning
idealist to come along and say that of knowledge; but fools despise Marion county is to have a road BLUE GEM IN SCARF PINS, TIE CLASPS AND CUFF
building day, after the Missouri idea.
"a city is no better than its streets." wisdom and instruction.-Proverbs, .
LINKS.
There is no fault to be found with
That would be the equivalent of saying i.,7.,
the idea; in fact, it should be encour-
that a city's people can be judgedby Righteousness exalteth a nation, aged. There is no doubt that much COME IN AND SEE THEM.Titvansthe.
their streets. but sin is a reproach to any people.
good can be done by observing such
o -Proverbs, xiv., 34.
work days. Perhaps the greatest
Editor Harris of the Ocala Banner 1
good to be accomplished is in getting
says that the wet and dry election in
The great trouble with of
some people interested in the cause of good
that county was a dog fall-that six those
new congressmen in Washington roads. It can not be argued that the
of the eleven saloons in the county is that they think it is
necessaryto work done by a crowd of amateur JewelerOPPOSITE
were closed by the election. This is
have enacted into laws the various road builders in a single day will
far from a sweeping victory for the absurdities with which they fooled have any permanent qualities.
saloon interests. their backwoods constituents on election o

o day.-Boston Transcript.The Those men who claim to have been POSTOFFICE
The of Concord thinks
mayor Harry
driven to drink by trouble have surely
Thaw a great man. He called him
on ,
assistant attorney general says gotten the "cart before the horse." EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING
got his autograph and asked him to the redistricting law is all right, and They have been driven to trouble by
make a speech to the
populace fromthe the election may gQ forward. drink.-Palatka Times-Herald.
balcony of the hotel. Thaw's lawyers ...
interposed, however, and saved
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their client from making this break.o -


Some people think they are doing Brocaded
and Silk
Ratines
San
the right thing by bringing up their Juan Garage
children in ignorance of how to work,
but it is the worst thing that can befall .
a youngster to have to go throughlife
handicapped by ignorance in not
knowing how to use his or her hands. 2

o 4\
The hotel law is going to be the *
best known law in Florida. The hotel
inspectors are distributing copies of Fall-Winter 4LLatest Styles
it and the local newspapers are pub-
OneSludehaker "l 20" milT ,
lishing the important sections of it.
The law is going to result in much COATS and .'. and Fashion

good, for which the public will be de

voutly appreciative o in time. ourin CaF..f2.uilt SUITS - \\ CreationsDeBevoise

The little town of Mount Dora recently ,
bonded for twelve thousand

dollars for street paving. This is a biand new tires \ r
fine example for a little town to set fii. i I
for some of its older sisters. Mount

Dora is one of the most attractive t
little towns in the state and will geta ,

lot of valuable publicity from its $450 BRASSIERES .
progressiveness.Eustis .
o
has a patriotic citizen in the
New Goods
jerson of Philip Prioleau. Mr. Prio Arriving Daily

leau was twenty years city engineer
of Jacksonville and knows what his

taking about when he offers to MARION
B. IVES
bulkhead the lake at Eustis if the citizens -
would provide the legal author-

ity. If Kissimmee and other towns We have the only tire with a written guarantee of EXCLUSIVE MILLINERY PARLORS

with lake front had a Prioleau they 5,000 miles-AJAX TIRES. .
wouldn't authority.be long in getting the legal I McCAlLUM SILK iOSIERY Second Floor BON TON CORSETS

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UNDERWEARFor WHITE WEARLadies' Dress Goods and SilKs




several days past there's been a Constant Stream of new Drawers . . . . . . . . . . . . 23c, 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

North. More than ever are we in better Condition to meet Corset Covers . . . . . . . . . 25c, 40c, 50c, 65c, $1.00 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 our more than three times the selection of
range 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 Dress

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

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Want ads. in the Sentinel are the LIND MANNING BARACA CLASS I t'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIOIIIIIIIII
means of selling and renting property SUNDAY MORNING :
when all other means fail. The marriage of Mr. Frank Man- !
THE TUNER ning and Miss Lind was solemnized Baraca, friend of the Baraca, and : Pineapples Cocoanuts
.
ORLANDO.FLA.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Johnson and last evening at the home of the groom stranger, come to the Baraca class
children have returned from a pleas- :in the western part of the city, Rev. Sunday morning at 9:30, at armory.A I I Plums J JUST Bananas
ant outing at Green Springs. 1 Edward T. Poulson of the Baptist good program is provided with
church officiating. The bride recently good music, good singing and good I
M. W. Vestal has gone to Day : Pears Limes
tona on a business mission.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Freeman and arrived from Michigan, and the mar- teaching. I RECEIVED f
son and Freeman Phillips motoredover riage took place in the cottage which Special: Miss Beulah Roney and I

P. S. Felter has returned from to Daytona to spend Sunday. the groom had prepared for their Mr. Henry Symonds will sing a duet.I; ; Cranberries TflflAV Celery

a visit to Walden, Colorado. I i home. They will go to housekeepingat A cordial invitation is extended to IUfJttI
I[ Mrs. F. X. Schuler and mother, once. Mr. Manning is a well all young men in Orlando. Visitors I; ; Tomatoes Apples

Palmer Waltham of Atlanta, spent Mrs. Packard, have returned from a known painter of Orlando, and has welcome. I
business.Mr. delightful summer in North Carolina. many friends who will congratulatehim
yesterday in Orlando on I
upon his good. fortune. .. CUTTING OUT DEAD LIMBS !
I I I Rev. J. W. Godden, medical mis- ON SHADE TREESMr.
!!
York
James H. Talbot, of New ,
sionary to the Seminole Indians, is in NEW MODEL BUICKS WILL
i
is among the guests at the San Juan.! More !
I(j Orlando on a brief visit to Bishop BE DISPLAYED TUESDAYThe I R. M. Bennett, superintendentof Coming
Gray. the street force, was engaged yesterday -
Mrs. A. E. Holmes came up from I I I ,
visit her mother Cook garage will have severalof in cutting out the dead limbs
Tampa yesterday I
Mrs. A. Rinaldi. II I Mrs. C. A. Bartels and Miss G. the 1914 Buick cars on display from the shade trees on West avenue.I -
Mack arrived from Jacksonville last Tuesday, a car load having been pur- This will alter the appearance of the
!
CUT FLOWERS AND POTTED
Mr. R. M. Smith, Jr., of Charleston night on a visit to their father, Mr. chased by that company for local pur- street considerably, but will be much PLANTS.
S. C., is among the late arrivalsat 1 Peter Mack. chasers. A half page advertisement better for the health of the trees.
the San Juan. in this issue of the Sentinel tells more
Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Carpenter returned fully of the new machine that the CATHOLIC CHURCH THE SANITARY GROCERY !

Miss Edna Beck left yesterday forDemand last night from Salem, N. J., Buick people are turning out. Read
to spend several days with and are again at their pretty home on the ad. and see the cars at the Cook Nineteenth Sunday after Pentecost I CARUTHERS & GORE

relatives.Mr. Lake Cherokee.Mrs. garage. and Feast of St. Mathew. I Phone 200 6 & 8 Pine Street
Mass and instruction at 7 a. m. I X
"IIII'I"'IIIIII'II"IIIIIIIIIIIII'II'IIIII'I'ltl'DIXIE .
and Mrs. J. G. Hooks returned Guy Stapp, who has spent the TOOK INVENTORY OF Mass and sermon followed by Ben-
last night from a six weks visit to I I summer in Chicago, is expected to ORLANDO POSTOFFICE ediction of the Blessed Sacrament at
i .arrive tomorrow and open her pretty gam.
points in Michigan and Ohio. ,
home, on East,Pine street. I' Postmaster W. R. O'Neal was busy I I 'No'evening services. TABLETS

Miss Florie Bennett left yesterdayfor yesterday taking the inventory of the I I
Jacksonville, where she will spend Mr. Arthur Butt and family and Orlando postoffice. This was quite a I MR.i CARR WILL SING I ,
several days visiting friends.Mr. Mrs. J. D. Burden went by auto to tittle job, accounting for the propertyof AT CHURCHES TODAYMr.
Coronado Beach yesterday, where the but which has
department, one
Forrest Dabney Carr, the basso,
J. A. Simmonds, of New Haven they will remain until Tuesday.Mr. to be done periodically. will sing at St. Luke's cathedral at Will give every student-user the best

Conn.. is spending today in Or- :I the morning service today and in the value of any school tablet. We have a large
lando, a guest at the San Juan. and Mrs. W. J. Minor, of Mi- I BISHOP GRAY TO CONDUCT evening he will sing at the
norville, have returned from an en- I DE HART FUNERAL IN TAMPA dist church services that will letho-1 stock of both the "Special" and "Alligator"brands
joyable trip to the Panama canal
Walter Tucker will leave Tuesday zone, at the Grand theater, 7:30 o'clock.
] where visited as well as all sizes of the famous
for 'Greenwood, S. C., to resume his I they their daughter, I. The funeral of Rev. Dr. W. W. De-

studies in the Bailey Military Insti I Mrs. Mark White. the Episcopal rector of Tampa, Principal Osteen of the Oakland "Florida Series" which is better than .ever

i tute. I who was well known in Orlando, will school was in Orlando yesterday, con-
Methodist Philathias and Baracas, take place this afternoon in Tampa. ferring with Superintendent J. F. Me- this year. Make a right start at school by
take notice that the teachers of your The funeral will be conducted by the
Kinnon. The Oakland school
Mrs. A. L. Mallory and Mrs. JessieM. openedlast
departments have returned home and Right Rev. W. C. Gray, of Orlando.1 the purchase of a good tablet. They are all
with
attendance
Thayer, who have been spendingthe Monday a good ,
will be in class at Sunday school. Mrs. Gray will attend Bishop Gray to''
summer abroad, have returned to and Prof. Osteen says that a number
Orlando. Please give them a good welcome by Tampa and be present at the funeral. were added to the enrollment duringthe 5 centsW.
attending en masse.Superintendent.Mr. .
week. The school promises to

Mrs. Paul Arrington and her two ASSOCIATED CHARITIESHAS have the best year in its history.
A. R. Bogue was the WORTHY CASE
among
sons, Paul, Jr., and Mason, are expected -
visitors seen on local thoroughfares FOR SALE-In large or small
to return this afternoon froma quan- .
visit to relatives in Anderson, S. C.Mr. yesterday. He hails from the capi- Mrs..J. T. Fuller, president of the tities, cabbage, tomato and lettuce S. BRANCH
tal of Orange county, Orlando, andis associated charities, makes it known plants. Bartlett Gardens, Orlando, ,
a frequent visitor to Tampa, that there is a peculiarly worthy case Fla. The Arcade Book and Music Store
T. M. Broadwater has returned where he has a large number of. in the western part of the city which
from a v'isitOto Washington,: Balti- friends. He registered at the De-! demands attention. Donations are STENOGRAPHER WANTEDStatefull

more and New York. Mrs. Broad- Soto.-Tampa Tribune. needed, and she will make particulars particulars and salary expected. -
water, who went'to Chicago for a .1 known to any who wish to contrib Address in own handwriting.P. I LOST-White crochet bag containingcoin SEEDS THAT MAY BE PLANTED DURING
visit, will return in a short tim Read Sentinel want ads. ute. 0. Box 487. 21-3t purse with key and small SEPTEMBER
The following seed can be plantedthis
J change. Finder will please leave at
Sentinel office. It month: Turnips, mustard, snap
beans, collards, squash, carrots, onion
HHMIIIHIMIIIMM- seed and onion sets. These seed can
WANTED TO BUY an automobile.
be bought in five-cent papers up atlcElroy's
Ford or Buick preferred. Must be
THE H in good repair. L. A. Lewis, 406 Pharmacy. 19-3t

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"Vanity on the highway" still pays

a ridiculous toll lor automobile

travel. But three hundred and fifty

thousand new Fords will this season I

MOTION PICTURES go to buyers who prefer real The Latest Fad in

service at reasonable cost rather

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F. G. RUSH,
Phone 22t SCRUGGS & DICKSON

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A"r STATE NEWS NOTESA our congratulations to Dunnel- V ALadies' PEOPLE'SYATS ___ ___ .n rt

lon.-Ocala Banner.KISSIMMEE FOR RENT-To adults only, five furnished .

lodge of Pythian Sisters has been Home Journal Patternsin rooms; modern. 406 <'olo

organized at Eustis. CLUB TO BUILD What You Want J nial Drive E. 17-<)5t-eod
all the new numbers
LINKS AND BLUB HOUSE FOR RENT-Store room on the busy
x More road improvements than,ever :
Bow You Want It
i corner of Church and Garland:
before are to be made this year in
e Kissimmee, Sept. 19.-Articles of at- streets. Size of store 24x70. toad

Palm Beach county. incorporation have been filed for the When You Want It opening for dry goods, shoes and ir; ,

Kissimmee Club Company, who will linery store. W. M. Slemons. IM>.lm
The theatrical will in
season open at once begin the erection of a hand- McCULLOCH'SDEPARTMENT
St. Petersburg on the first of Octo- some club house in Lake Shore addi- For anything in the FOR SALE OR RENT ,
ber. The attractions will be the best << line of PRINTINGcome I I
tion the lake front in this i
on city. IT
FOR SALE OR RENT Seven
that have ever been seen there. I STORE : to us and we : :Fnj
When L. A. Hamilton came here
will I modern house. Phone 515, o ad.
from Canada last fall and purchased guarantee you
Rev. Father P. Barry, for the past satisfactory work at prices !dress Box 85. LVCti (

ten years the popular priest in chargeof property adjoining the city of Kis- A full line of Lace Embroideries that are RIGHT. iI i i- _
simmee on the west shore of Lake I j COTTAGE, barn and five ark, cf
St. Monica's church in Palatka,
Tohopekaliga he little thought that I land for sale or rent. Inquiu- of
will close his ministry there on the Ladies' Muslin Underwearand
he was laying the foundation of a I|jJ. Schnarr, 49 West Church streo
first of next month and go to South
scheme that would result in the build- 16tf.
Jacksonville.If Gingham MUXXIMAKERS'
ing of one of the finest club houses
Notices of Lost, Wanted For Sale For
and the laying out of one of the best For School Dresses Rent, etc., for this column lac: for one day. FOR RENT
to vote in the
you expect approaching golf courses in the state. Plans have SOC for three days, or T5c for one week for
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city election, your poll tax I I ?5 words or less. Money must accompany Two-story house of seven ru nr..>,
already been submitted and acceptedfor the advertisements for this column, as no
one mile south of court house, taojcondition
must be paid and you must be able insertions will be made on credit
i buildings to cost not less than Next
to show tw opoll txa receipts for the I $10,000 and a golf course the equalof : Door to Evan's Jewelry Store ; ; between two lakes; Barge
MISCELLANEOUS
past two years. Let us get busy and i tract of land.
any in the country will be laid out -- --
see that we are not deprived of the at The besides 1IIID'I'I'II.'le 'IIII..elllll'II lte, .ef All seasonable goods at a big bar- Six rooms in thorough repair; trick
right to vote on this account.Winter once. building reception gain. See Salomon's season end sale. Hock, corner Pine and Court st cots
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Garden Times. bed rooms, each of which will be Read The Sentinel "Want Ads" Every DayELECTRIC i Money to loan on improved prop- 3t-- ._--_CURTIS. --& --O'NEAL-

modern in every appointment.The erty. S. Y. WAY. BARGAIN IF SOLD AT O\CE
The brick roads mass meeting held .
at Orlando Tuesday was a great suc- officers of the company for the 111..llltIIO..O.IIIIIIIIIIIIIO.IIII..a.III... .... I;,MONEY to loan. Phone 437, or in- -Practically--- -new bungaloweven-- -
first year are: L A. Hamilton, president -
large number of people being ; quire at this office. 18-tf
a
cess ; Harry A. Hunter, first vice- rooms, bath and butler's pantry; all

present. The residents of the county president; R. W. Meikeljon, second conveniences; best neighborhood in

followed the lines as laid down by Mr. vice-president; J. D. Clark, secretaryand [ VACUUM L CLEN t FOR SALE city; nice lawn, shade trees, good garden -

Newton in his letter which we printedlast treasurer. All are men of means : FOR SALE-New modern five-rooa room; chicken run; four young
week, the only change being I house, centrally located. Apply this
and of highest, business and social ,I'office. 7-1 d & w tf grapefruit trees, one fig and a few
made was that instead of $500,000 be- standing. bear-head banana plants. Owner go.

ing raised, it was the sense of the :|FOR SALE-100 acres of good pine ing to leave city. Apply P. O Box
meeting that $600,000 be 1 and hammock land on the east side
312.
$500,000 for brick roads and raised-I Lest you forget, we beg to remind : I of Lake Apopka. This tract of land 9-17-61
you that we will be pleased to receivea Have your room or house Is exceedingly good for citrus growing LOST AND FOUND
i. for clay roads. This ought to pass I I and trucking. The timber is in
of Phone
portion
in the county by a big majority, as I your job printing. cleaned without dust troubleof : its virgin state. Call on or address LOST-Liver colored pointer with
every farmer and voter will be benefited 24. or Mrs. W. T. Walker, Orlando, Fla. city tag 91. Please notify Butt'sKandy

and the county will be enhanced : 9-11-lm Kitchen. tf

in value a million.-Winter Garden 4 IIIMIilllltttllHIHMM moving furniture : FOR SALE-100 acres of good pine
Times.In and hammock land on the east side WANTEDWe
Fresh, Sanitary and of Lake Apopka. This tract of land
7 want everybody to visit us,
is exceedingly good for citrus
the election last it the BESTOUR and The timber grow-is in that means a saving to you. It's B.
Tuesday was The Pierce Electric Co. send an Experienced ing trucking. Salomon's season end sale.
its virgin state. Also lot, 74x210
not entirely a victory for the "wets, city I
for five of the eleven saloons in the CANDIES-MAKING THEM feet, fronting three streets, Orange WANTED-Plain sewing of all
man. avenue, Jackson and Boone; centrally I
county were closed, and at least half EVERY DAY located; fine hotel site. Call on or kinds. 13 Church street, over Favorite -

the territory is "dry"-so it was almost : address Mrs. W. T. Walker, Orlando, theater. 9-3-lmo. *1
Sanitary-as they are made
fall." The of \ Fla. 9-11-lm
a "dog closing SEE THEM FOR TERMS
clean, and piece wrappedin
the saloons in Dunnellon is but little : every FOR RENT WE ENJOY OUR BUSINESSWe

wax paper. __ ___ __
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short of a miracle, and the change
Best-as we use best grade of FOR RENT-Large, well furnishedroom
from "wet" to "dry" will be watched : believe in the printing business -
everything on the market. to persons wishing suburban
with considerable interest, and if the : accommodations; also 2 acres good in the respectability, intelli-

revolution in public sentiment there I truck land, close in. Good opportu- gence and good intent of the men engaged -

produces the healthful changes that : Will appreciate if you will give T TheERCEELECTCCO11Inc.[ [ [ L I nity Sentinel.for right person. Address 9-8t"A," in it.

many of the "drys" so hopefully and : them a trial. ; We believe that quality printing is

confidently predicted, and the town I I FOR RENT-Large pleasant rooms, the one thing that has made it possible -
undergoes a steady development along :. Mayer, Galentin & Mayer CHURCH STREET furnished for light housekeeping;1' for us to claim the most modern

material as well as moral lines, it will : 134 SOUTH ORANGE AVE.eiiniiOttiiiOiiiiiiiii. j I close in. Inquire 312 N. Main St. t' printing plant in Orlando. SentinelJob

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JOBS OCTOBER 1 PHONE 93ORLANDO Office and
: Market Day at the PURE FOOD fl I W. A. SLAUTER Show Room
: Dailyarmalsof Fruit and ', i i 'L I t FLORIDA. PLUMBER and HEATING ENGINEER III S. Court St.
e 0 S I e[
: combined with our com- U ,, General Plumbing and Heating Coclralor. Sewerage and Septic Tank Construction.
Brown and
: at lowest The most Modern Sanitation of the Age in my New Inventions in Plumb-
of the prices gives you an ad 45 W. Church Street ing, for both Private and Public Buildings. Fine Plumbing Fixtures.
Florida on of larger communities. a Estimates Cheerfully Chen. Repair Work Promptly! Attended(o. Prices Reasonable
firmation Money to loan on improved propSEWER PIPE LAID AT I3cts PER FOOT. WORK DONE NOW OR LATER.iMIMMflll .
pected. erty. S. Y. WAY.,tllill e 11I1I11I1 e I II.II1II & 0 II.I e 0 e III11II1II11.t...
That Market Thoughts:
shall be -- ..... .... .... .. .. .- ..-. . .-' .- -. & ., . ." .......- - )
4Sc 2 Cans tall Pink Salmon, - 25c .I..IIIII lleIIC.c I18. IIIIIII.lf.llalll = lll.tttf IleeO" I lal"OI llt.

and the were Horr form sent 25c 25c Lemoa Cream Cling Cheese Peaches, per lb.,,per- can- -, -- 25c 25c '

in"J.today's I ORLANDO O BANK A K & TRUST I COMPANY

be United : STORE
southern $ Capital and Surplus and Undivided Profits $130.009.00.
, F. Horr, : 203 t
1, 1913. : Resources over Three-quarters of a Million.
"James IIIII.OII"'OIII'I"
be United : ... Statement As Rendered to the Comptroller '
northern I IIIIIIIIIIOIIIII'I' nn -- at the Close of Business
Thomas F : S June 30th, 1913

fective T IT but once --,' i House RESOURCESBanking Furniture

ti.> s and Fixtures ..........$ 25,867.37
.x; Loans and Discounts ..... 355,58933
@ f ,, Overdrafts ............... 83.98
It is a ;". Stocks and Bonds ........ 26,018.33
I to desert propositions on TERMS OF $10 Cash on Hand and in Banks 254,088.11
-Kansas MONTH. Every young man in
this chance to begin or add to his l $661,647.12
LIABILITIES
The % :i't,; Capital .................$100,000.00
in every PARK LOTS Surplus and Undivided
be the ; 4I4 : Profits ................ 33,889.11
trust- Seminole County Deposits ................ 527,758.01
Corner Lots $125.
back one year from the date #' '
dissatisfied. 1661,647.12
It's j3ilx The officers and directors of the Orlando
cess of a i. Bank and Trust Co. desire to
ACRE TRACTS
(: (i eI-kt. + call the attention of its depositors and
Louisville grove land and finest groves , rs friends and the citizens of Orlando
I I a grove on jour monthly spare I to the above statement. The management -
ACRE. Timber practically pays : y -L of the Bank feels that this show-
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Don't I ing reflects the conservative, sane and
nominees progressive methods employed in this
primary TAXES L"i financial institution. Strength begets
more own the deed. confidence, and strength is no where
Sentinel's
displayed better by a bank than in
REAL ESTATE CO. United State Government, State and County Depository healthful statements to its patrons.

owes The I ; Watkins Block.

j SPECIALTYSICE

To WRIGHT .

than there's 1 I UTUB fliuc! NOW \ FOR REALTY REAL ESTATE.CO. 0 CREAMERY BUTTER
Siafc Our Business
That 1lIDflU1 ON Orlando, Florida SELECT CAtf OYSTERS
chewed SALE r FRESH FARM EGGS
at least LIMESw.

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no More than rent II r r lit Thirty n Bays J We sell high grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co.

ments I made by Schloss Bros., of Baltimore. "King Quality" Shoes.

to list both city and county Boys' Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand. Elliott's Table Linen and Towels.

; and unimproved. A postal or Pants and Overalls made by Sweet, Orr Dry Goods from H. B. Claflin & Co.

tinel's a representative. & Co. Best place in the city to trade.


for fied rooms & WAY

nel sert W. M. SLEMONSORANGE

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Louis C. Massey, President.T.

T. PtetoB Warlow, VteJ'ra.How Wfttm Bw, CvkUr ROAD CONSTRUCTION

C. Babcock Ant CuU Samuel A.Newell,Ant Cukkr
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COST LESS THAN BRICK AND

THESTATE WOULD BE PERMANENT The Only

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BANK Orlando, Sept. 21, 1913. : UNITED STATES[ DEPOSITARY[r

Editor Sentinel-I have read most

of the articles relating to the best

materials for road construction, and
of OrlandoTHE fully agree that no better road can IN ORLANDO

be built than one of vitrified brick.
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There are, however, some reasons that .
appeal to me very strongly in favorof is
OLDEST BANK IN THE CITYOF
cement over any other material, t "/ r

when it comes to building long

stretches of country roads. The firstis
ORLANDO AND ORANGE COUNTYAND the cost; then the comfort for both

teams and vehicles. Cement will, iikfi
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when properly made, wear equal to
The Bank which transacts more business than any brick, the surface is smooth, and
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any Bank between Jacksonville and Tampa it can be repaired. One big item of .
expense in road building when brickare

used is the railroad freight, and '
UNITED STATES, STATE: COUNTY AND CITY
then the cost of hauling from your .rfi
DEPOSITORYThe railway stations to the point where :

they are to be used. In using cement, :
THE U. S. TREASURERsends
large patronage of this Bank has been built up I the quantity to be freighted is so :
I much less in pounds; then as sand is his deposits to us (as do our ever
during twenty years by conducting its business on sound about two-thirds of the material' to : increasing mail depositors throughout the

banking principles with careful attention to the legitimate be used, and is abundant on every : surrounding country).

wants of customers. The confidence of the public I mile of road to be constructed, the :
I item of hauling is reduced to a minimum II OTHER NATIONAL BANKS
is reuected in the large amount of deposits. II
as the mixers can be set up I deposit with us for the credit of the U. S. '
Average deposits First Quarter of 1913, $900,000 : every quarter of a mile. Again, you :
Treasury any sums they may owe it.
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: can make your frame for cement, and<

FOUR PER CENT PAID ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTSOur : in a few days you have a road that I U. WARRANTS
will stay right where you put it, and I
: no more expense for years. In build- are cashed by us, and charged to the U. S.
correspondent banks are located in of
part
every : ing a brick road, it is very necessary Treasurer's account. .
the world and include some of the largest Banks in the to have a cement curb to hold the out-

United States.IIIIIIIIIIIMII. side brick in position. Now, it strikesme NO OTHER ORLANDO BANK
that it is a matter 6f such impor-
does this, nor is a United States depos

+ itiiiiiimmiiiiiiimm tance,. that_ our enterprising. . ,, 'f county itary, their advertisements to the con
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GRAPEFRUIT BY CARLOADS struct an eighth of a mile of cement trary notwithstanding. ,

MAY BE BEING SHIPPED FROM MIAMI road, try it out, and compare the cost

with brick which they have already

Miami, Sept. 20.-For the last sev- tested, both as to cost and durability. ,
PUT ON It STANDAS
eral, days buyers have been shipping Very truly yours,
several cars of grapefruit to the H. C. McDANIEL.

TO WHY THEY ALLOWED tion northern of the markets.shipments The have larger been from por. OPENING OF FOOTBALL SEASON IIIIIIIIIISSSStIIIISPFCIA.L ilMMHiiMIIMiliHMl/ IIIIIIII'III"\' " " '\ HMMMIMMIIIililillMlillMHMMMMMMMmMIIIIHIIIIitKimilUIMim:::::::::::

the south end of the
LAND COMPANIES TO DIS- county. Reportssay
that the fruit is well colored and Special to The Sentinel.
TRIBUTE MISLEADING fully matured. Buyers are plentifuland New York, Sept. 20.-Although a

INFORMATION are paying $2 or more per box few college teams met on the gridiron

I for the grapefruit on'the trees. It is today, the regular football season will
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Tallahassee, Sept. 20.-From all in- reported that in some instances fruit not be opened until next Saturday, : !

dications members of the internal improvement that is not colored has been sent to when Harvard, Princeton, West:Point, :

board of the state, who the northern markets. There seemsto Pennsylvania, Brown, Dartmouth, and r
have Everglades drainage and land I be little demand for oranges on the Syracuse take the field in the'east, :

sales in charge, do not relish the i trees at this writing as none of the and Indiana Minnesota and South Dakota :

prospect of having to go to Kansas buyers wish to purchase. The crop enter into the first fray, pf the :

City in November to appear in an in- of grapefruit and oranges will be season in the west. Yale starts her I I

vestigation of the case against the about the same as last year. While season next Wednesday when the" Eli I fRIDAY SATURDAY AND MONDAY

Florida Fruit Lands company, headed many of the trees are carrying as full boys will play Wesleyan at New Ha- :

by Richard J. Bolles, by a decree of load as last season, there are many ven, and on the same date Cornell: : ,
the United States court grand jury. young trees coming into bearing meets Ursinus at Ithaca. The Carlisle I

The investigation, according to reports which will even up the crop. The Indian school in playing Albright I I

from Washington, will be under orange crop is very heavy, the trees today, was the first of the big teams
f the direct supervision of Assistant being loaded almost to the breaking to start the football season'of 1913. 1000 Yards 18-Inch FLOUNCING the

Attorney General Graham. point. The different packing housesare While most of the eastern schools V J

The land company is charged with making ready for the season's will get into action next Saturday, Latest Patterns for Corset Covers and Princess In
violating the postal laws by sending work. it will not be until the following week I

misstatements through the mails regarding Buyers are paying for crops of that the big teams of the more promi-
undrained Everglades lands. grapefruit on the trees, taking the nent western schools will make their Slips. Regular 25c values -

The internal improvement trustees whole crop at'$1.50 to $1.60 per box.! first appearance in regular games.

will be quizzed, it is said, on the In many groves there will be a heavy' On October 4, Michigan, Nebraska,

ground that they allowed the distri-! crop of late fruit on both grapefruitand Chicago, Wisconsin, Illinois, Notre

bution of misleading literature about orange trees. The bloom has Dame and Ohio State will throw their

the 'Glades, which caused thousandsof been very much scattered this year, elevens into action. The first gameon 500 Yards --the New CASTILLIAN MO
people of other states to buy submerged which will demand several pickings, the Annapolis schedule is set for V J

p lands, when they knew that which will increase the cost of pick October 4, as is also the first game of for
HAIR. Correct Patterns Children's School
the state had not definitely contractedto ing. One grove has grapefruit trees Vanderbilt university.
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drain the lands, but merely to that were heavy with bloom August .
spend so much money on drainage 1, and are now loaded with absolutely FAVORITE THEATER Dresses. Regular 35c sellers, now -

work. bright fruitJACKSONVILLE

The investigation was expected to High Class Motion Pictures
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be held at a special session of the I FIRM I Program Changed DailyMonday
grand jury in Kansas City, but Attor- 's- Program
ney General McReynolds decided to LANDS BIG CONTRACT 3 Crackerjack Reels 3 Don't Fail to Visit

let the .matter rest until the regular "A Clown's Revenge" (Great Northern -
Tallahassee, Sept. 20.-At a meeting
court term in November. ). A powerful and gripping two- :
I of the building commission
Definite announcement has not been on reel ,drama. Fifty sensational circus : DEPARTMENT
Tuesday, contract was let to John I. THE SUIT
made that the trustees would be sub- scenes dramatizing a gripping story I
Bronson & Co., of Jacksonville, for
poenaed, but it is expected that they of heart interest. Just think, a whole I
the installation of electric light fix-
will be called upon for information. .big circus for the small price of 5 -
tures in the
new supreme court and
There is some speculation as to :cents admission.

whether they can be forced to appearat contract railroad price commission is $2,179.82.building.Also con-The "Animated Weekly" (Universal). The Latest Creations from the
Kansas City and testify. It is All the current events from all partsof
tract was made with S. Z. Ruff, of
thought, though, that if Uncle Samsays the world. No joking, this is a Cream of the Markets
Tallahassee, to conduct the work of
"come" there will be a favorable weekly that every one must see. The
surveying, landscaping, grading, the
response.AT most notable item is the making ofWelch's
building of walks, driveways, etc., in juice. ARE ARRIVING DAILY
connection with the grounds surrounding grape
THE I "Thus Saith the Lord," a wonderful -
LUCERNEMONDAY the building. All of this work is'
NIGHT two-reel Biblical feature, will be
estimated not to exceed $5,000. Mr.
shown here Tuesday, September 23.
Ruff, before coming to Tallahassee.
Monday night's program will be a If you want to see a real photo play,
good one. There is a two-reel thrill was a prominent landscape gardenerof do not miss this one. The entire all-

ing drama, "Fight for Life dealing Atlanta. star "Eclair" stock company have) : N. P. YOWELL
The board of state institutions has
with prison life the
James Oppenhein, by; and then noted there author will, this week been purchasing fall supplies made this picture a wonderful suc-

of dry goods, notions, groceries, cess.Matinee
be a laughable comedy, "ProfessorBean's 2 to 5. Night, 7 to 10.
etc., for the state insane asylum at
Removal, that will drive Admission 5 cents to all. .*'
away dull care. Chattahoochee. There was a larger '1111111111 IIIIIIIIII.tl'I'I'IIIIII"IIII'III'111111111111.SA
number of to submit bids
concerns
The musical
program alone, is one I OUIMET IS AMATEUR GOLF
that you can not afford to miss. this time on these supplies, and there CHAMP OF UNITED STATES nXGS & TRUST CO.ORGANIZED I II which will be the home of the new structure to make way for the new
was a greater variety of samples sub IN TAMPA company. It is to be strictly a bank building.
mitted than ever before, and contracts
AUTO RACE FOR GRAND Special to The Sentinel building, practically two stories high,
PRIZE CALLED OFF made by the board were will distrib- Brookline, Mass., Sept. 20.Francis with the entire front of marble and LOST-Between town and Beck Lumber
uted. toward
Ouimet, amateur golfer of Massachusetts Tampa, Sept. 20.-First steps company saw mill, package con-
Special to The Sentinel won the open golf cham- the organization of a $500,000 of massive appearance.On taining time book and $81. Return to
Savannah The to be January 1, next, the Tampa Beck Lumber company and receive
20.-The
Sept. Vander- workingman who has a good pionship of the United States this savings and trust company, reward.
bilt cup and grand prize races have job at fair wages in this country has afternoon, by defeating Harry Var- known as the Tampa Savings and Building and Loan association be 9-21-3t

been called off by the local race officials much to be thankful for, compared to don and Edward Ray, former British I Trust company, were taken today,' converted into a savings and trust John B. Stetson Hats

because of a lack of interest and I those in other countries. In Milan, champions, decisively, in a playoff when A. C. Clewis, president of the company. The new concern will come I at B. Salomon's season,end$5.00 sale value for,
an insufficient number of entries. Italy, for instance, there are over for tie. Exchange National bank, bought from into possession of its purchase, which: $3:48: each.Subscribe. '

38,900 unemployed building trades Mrs. F. A. Salomonson, property on is under lease until January 1, and -

% Subscribe for the.Sentinel. workers. For the news, read The Sentinel. Franklin street, near Twiggs, on .will at once remove the present brick for the Sentinel.




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