The daily sentinel
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Title: The daily sentinel
Uniform Title: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
Physical Description: 1 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando Fla
Creation Date: September 24, 1913
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1913.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 1, no. 269 (Dec. 20, 1913).
General Note: J.F. Schumann, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 4 (Feb. 14, 1913).
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Direct Service, Postal Telegraph until 2 a. m. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY Orlando-Progressive Center of the State

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ORDERSSOUTHBOUNDTRAINSLATE CAN'T BE AVOIDED I Yielding to the solicitation of a meeting of the Municipal TRADf.PACT DECISION

friends that he enter the race for League Monday evening a paper wasread

mayor, Mrs E. F. Sperry yesterday which was unsigned, setting

BUT THERE WILL BE AMPLE permitted his announcement to be) forth a platform for candidates for 1
I submitted to the public, arid it appears city commissioner to live up to if
in another column of the Sen-
commission government is to be a
success. This created much
INCURRED Sperry's entry will be regarded favorable comment. The author is TO BE MET

THAT OCCURRED AT. I as a surprise by many, but it will be I II one of the younger men of Orlando, DEMURRER SETTING ASIDE

BERESFORD EARLY YESTERDAY That the proposed, double sessionsof equally good news, for there are many I who may come into public notice later, Washington, Sept. 23.-Apprehension THREE ARTICLES OF THE

MORNING the public* schools will be unavoid-I who will delight to honor him with as a candidate on the platform that lest the Democratic tariff bill, IMPEACHMENT

able but. that the efficiency of the their support. he has formulated. His reason for lead foreign nations to impose tariff I

t Engineer Bryan Higgins of San- work will 'not be impaired, but rather, I His public spiritedness and liberal not making his name known at this penalties against the United Statesas Special to The Sentinel

ford was killed in a head-on collision strengthened thereby,'was in effect a attitude in all that regards the wel- time is to gather an unbiased opinion: soon as the new law goes into effect -I j I New York, Sept. 23.-At the outsetof

which occurred at 1:48 yesterday statement made by Mr. LeRoy Giles1, fare of Orlando are well known, and concerning its pronouncements. The' caused administration and senate the proceedings today D. Cady ,

morning one mile south of DeLand yesterday on behalf of the trusteesof : his fine business judgment coupled document follows: leaders today to plan the introduction 'j Herrick, chief counsel for Governor

'' junction on the Atlantic Coast Line the Orlando schools. I with his personal popularity will make l In the welfare and upbuilding of of a joint resolution in congress mak- j Sulzer, announced that the governor
J' railway. The trustees have been subjected to him a strong candidate. I the city of Orlando, let us consider ing specific provision for the continu-t had ceased to exercise the functionsof

>S ; Engineer Higgins was in charge of some criticism because of their failure 1, Mr. James L. Giles, whose candidacy -i the following suggestions to be incorporated ation of existing relations with all the office and would not attemptto

train No. 83, which is due in Orlandoat to provide another school buildingto was announced yesterday,,I in a general platform upon countries until President Wilson has do so until the decision of the court

3:05 o'clock. His train was head- take care,of' the overflow at the be'reached Orlando yesterday afternoon which all candidates for the offices time to negotiate new trade agree I was rendered.

ed south. The collision was caused by ginning of the next term. This, Mr.', on a belated train. I Ii i i of commissioners of the city of Orlando ments. The seriousness of the situa- !!I Jacob H. Schiff, the New York

an extra engine headed north running Giles explained, was no fault of the'I Mr. Giles' announcement was made; I must stand, swear allegiance to, tion that will confront the administra. banker and philanthropist, who gave

into the engine of train 83 at the lit- trustees, who, had done everything in prior to his arrival by friends who and live up to as nearly as possible, tion was impressed on Chairman Sim- $2,500 to the Sulzer campaign fund,

tle station of Beresford. Train 83 is their power to push the building matter .I I had been in touch with him during his' after they have been elected. mons, of the senate committee, today ,' will be the first witness against the

said to have been well within its but were circumvented in carry :: several weeks of absence from Or- Give us good, clear-headed prac- I by state department officers. It was> governor if the trial goes forward as
' rights at the time of the collision, and< ing out their plans by circumstances lando on a summer trip. It is under- tical men with good, clean records. pointed out that the trade relations planned by the prosecution.

the only solution of -the accident i is beyond their control. i{I stood that he was urged to allow the Give us men who are not ashamed,I established by President Taft's proclamation Before the witness can testify, however -
found in the probability that the extra The status of the situation is that ; use of his name and consented after; nor fear the searchlight of the clos- under the Payne-Aldrich law the court must rule on the de-

engine overran its waiting orders the necessary petition for a bond issue ,- having received assurances of sup- !est investigation as to their past of 1909 would terminate as soon as murrer offered by Sulzer's lawyers

The engineer on the extra engine of $50,000 is before the Board of I port from many leading citizens. 1 lives and business records. the law becomes effective and that I today setting aside three aritcles of

saved himself by jumping. Engineer Public Instruction and will be acted II With Mr. Giles and Mr. Sperry in !i ,Give us men who invite.criticism b y I the United States would then face the I the impeachment out of the alleged

Higgins stuck to bis post and was upon as soon as the citizens of the: the race, if there should be no other ;, the public and press, both before an possibility|!' of having tariff rates ap- eight acts which were committed before

killed almost instantly. Tom McRae, Conway district can secure their petition 'entries, the voters will have to choose after election day; censure them when ij I plied against its exports by many Sulzer became governor.

fireman on 83, and Richard Austin, and hold an election for the creation i! between two of Orlando's most prominent .. wrong: praise and commend them I I countries. While the tariff law would!| The first charges Sulzer with making -

,fireman on the extra, were both badly of a new special tax district. The, and successful men. ': when right, and you will get the best t'give the president authority to nego- false statements as to campaign

injured. It was reported in Orlando proposed new district takes in a part: I I= A Corrections ( there is in them at all times. !tiate trade and reciprocity treaties, it i I expenses; the second charges perjury,

last night that McRae had ,died from of the Orlando district and it becomet : 'I In yesterday's issue of the Sentinel 1' Demand, and see that we get, equal| !would also require him to apply spe- and the third larceny in diverting
U his injuries, but this report could no necessary to delay action on the i: it was stated that Mr. A. B. Johnsonr rights for all. I dial penalty rates against any countries campaign funds to private use.

be confirmed None of the passengers s proposed bond, issue until, the-oth cr I e at the Municipal League meetj .1' Give us equalization of taxation,,j discriminating against the:j Sulzer's lawyers will set up in de-

were hurt, though they were terribly matter is settled. j ing and stated that he had been urged[ and to insure this: a board of asses I I United States. j fense that the governor is a repentant

shocked by the impact when the 'engines I to enter the race for commissioner-'ors, not less than five in number, (seven To prevent the possibility of trade; sinner, and that his accusers, knowing -
It would have been possible to
came together. : and while he had. no desire to make! would perhaps be better-say two I wars the state department now is defining his shortcomings, nominated him
erect a school building with the
All south bound passenger trains J the race that he would not shirk the | real estate men, two carpenters and I; a joint resolution which will Kin:. the hope of controlling him and
money derived from the bond issue of r i i
were late in arriving at Orlando yes- \ [ responsibility_ and might later .announce j builders, an architect, a plumber, ij I 1 provide that existing relations shall l I using their knowledge after the fashion -
$35,000 previously authorized, but it i iwould I!
who inter- his painter), who continue for four months. This will 1 I of blackmailers.
terday. Passengers were candidacy. The gentleman J men by reason of their'I
have been necessary to alter* ,_
viewed in regard to the wreck stated 'making this statement was S. A.I vocations are competent judges of 'I i not keep in effect tnetarm rates of i I
the plans to such an extent that the
that the sight of it was the worst Johnson and not A. B. Johnson. i, values in every part of the city; theseto the Payne-Aldrich law but will as-L!
trustees did not deem it advisable to *
they had ever seen, having in mind ,: 1 1i act in conjunction ,with the commissioners sure to foreign couhtries that the new;j I(CARRANZA CHOICE OF
construct such the ;
a building
the photographs of the terrific train as revised i I in fixing values, so that penalty provision of the Underwood- !'

wrecks published in the pictorial pub- Building plans for the would)future make, they necessary.regarded'it ; HAW INDlCUOBY GRAND !I the poor man owning a hut may .rotpay Simmons bill will not be appleid to! REBELS FOR PRESIDENT

lications of the day. It seemed a mir ] 75 per cent or more, while'the 'them until a reasonable time has !

acle to them that the loss of life was such of a far building greater as importance would meet to the erect demands )i JURY FOR CONSPIRACY !i'; rich man owning brick blocks pays 23; II 1 been allowed the president and state j 1

not cent or less his actual valuations to negotiate trade ,
greater. than to build one which would!I i per on department new j LEADERS NOTIFY OFFICIALS IN
Engineer Higgins was a )young man, I I! as is now the practice in many treaties. Practically all nations having -
have been unsatisfactory from the be- : \ WASHINGTON OF THEIR DESIRES -
of and known in Or- instances. i foreign will be
28 years age, was any commerce
inning. This, in brief, is the reason )1.1E8XXOUXCE- j
lando as the husband of Miss elcie Let all clashes unite to make and asked to enter such pacts.
why it will be to have dour j MENT AT HEARING BUT FEL- :-
Butt, daughter of the late Judge Cecil necessary ; -j keep Orlando the banner city of thereat !I: At the White House and later at
ble sessions during the term. j! : The
next KEK Special to Sentinel.
Butt, of this city. He is survived by I WITHHOLDS DECISION g state of Florida. The eyes of!I i the state department today Senator ,.*
his wife and an infant. He was the Mr. Giles pointed out that the plan | the whole world are looking toward '!i Simmons pointed out to administration Washington, Sept. 23.-nevolation-

son of Superintendent J. C. Higginsof under which it had been arranged to 'i! Special to The Sentinel I Florida today, let us center them on )i officials that it would be impos- ,ary leaders throughout Mexico have
conduct the schools i Concord, N. IL, Sept. 2:}. That the notified the state department that
the Line and lived San- would in no wise t the Beautiful. '
Coast at City Nature has been !I Bible to insert the provisions desired
interfere i !l Duchess county grand had 'I they are willing to unite Carranza
with the efficiency of the jury returned ,
ford. His remains were taken to that wonderfully generous with Orlando,I as an amendment to the tariff bill because -
place for burial. work. Two teachers are employed for 'j I a secret indictment charging' and if we but do our part, ours must the intrdouction of any new I as their sole leader and candidatefor

The Jacksonville Metropolis of last every grade, and instead of teaching!!j I Thaw with conspiracy in connection ,naturally be the leading inland city I II matter is precluded while the bill is president.

night contained the following in re- the grades in one session it has been !,\: with his escape from Matteawan was ,of the South. ;in conference. The provision; will be I Answer has been made by the state
arranged to divide the into )i a statement made by Jerome when he department that the department can
day two
gard to the wreck: I Revise our book of city ordinances. !! put through congress as a separate
"North bound train 'No. 82 of the sessions, one set of teachers having(' opened the argument late today at Prepare it so that itmay be respected j!' act, supplementary to the tariff law.PRIEST'S I not deal officially with the factionsin
charge in the forenoon and another in'the the extradition hearing before Governor ;, ] II' Mexico. The state department
Atlantic Coast Line railroad was ae- Ii'I by its citizens and voters, and make j, '
afternoon. Thus fresh \ Fdker. i I 1 was today informed by the consul at
toured at Orange City Junction over no more laws unless they can be en- :' TURNfDI
the Florida East Coast railroad to will be in charge at each session, and The announcement greatly surf'i in a reasonable m manner. .' PAL Saltillo that there were three hundred -

the work will proceed with the prised Thaw and his legal representa- ': Americans in Torreon, which had
New Smyrna, and thence to this city, same \ Give us an economical and business
and vigor. The tives, who had believed that the grand been sacked several times, who are
where it was expected to arrive shortly snap double sessions Tike administration for the good of I OVER TO FEDERAL COURTWILL "
will apply to the jury had adjourned without returning desirous of leaving.
after noon. grammar grades i the citizens, and for the improvement i
"The tracks of the Atlantic CoastLine only. The high school grades will an indictment, and based their: ,of the city in its various departments.I

railroad at the scene of the not be crowded and the work will. be arguments this morning on that be- I j Give us clean and well paved streets I BE TRIED ON INDICTMENT UNKNOWN MAN DIES

wreck will be cleared by 2 o'clock, i t I confined to one session. lief.In and sidewalks, and plant not less than I RETURNED BY FEDERAL AT COUNTY HOME

is expected, and traffic resumed, over: Principal W. S. Coleman will meet making this announcement Jerome i| a thousand live oaks each year, under i

a cut-around built at the place wher: pupils who wish to take examinations said he was endeavoring to secure -:'!the direction of an able park superintendent -i GRAND JURY An unknown man, who gave his

the wrecked engines and cars are being for higher grades at 8:30 Thursdays an indictment against the man j i who will know how to do.. name as J. M. Brown, shortly beforehe

removed by two wrecking crews Friday mornings at the high i who conceived the plan for Thaw's escape it and get results. Special to The SentinelKew breathed his last, died at the county -
York 23.-"This is
sent from this city at once upon receipt school building. There will be a faculty I I and for this reason had asked, Give us police force sufficient to but he looks, Sept.like cornered man rat," home Monday night. The man had '
] that the sane a
of the news."Superintendent. meeting at the building indictment against Thaw be I properly police the been found in a cabin in the Oviedo
I Saturday city, with at least
said Dr. Ehrheim, after a long con-
Page, of the At morning at the same hour. Mr. Coleman j:I kept secret as long as possible. I one mounted officer and one motorcycle section Saturday. lIe died of con-
ference with Schmidt, the confessed
lantic Coast Line railroad, states that wishes all pupils interested and I After hearing the arguments of i I officer. sumption, and was buried at the
of Anna Aumueller
I murderer today.
have information teachers to take counsel for both sides Governor Fel- We burial ground of the home yesterday
they no as to the notice and be pres are sorely in need of an up-to
cause of the wreck, but from the ent promptly on the hour. ker reserved judgment and announced J date fire alarm system, and while our Dr. Ehrheim, who is one of the In giving his name the man was too
that he would not make public his de- communicants of Schmidt's church, weak to add his place of residence.
of the fire
meeting time two engines it i is fighting apparatus is good, it is
cision until Monday at the earliest. examined him on the grounds of personal Ill' appeared to be in a stricken
that the extra by poverty
supposed engine over DEATH OF MISS MARDI HOVEY na means what it should be for a
Assistant District
ran its wait orders, as No. 83 Swell city the size of Orlando.An I acquaintance. condition.
CHARGES PADDING TOREPUBLICAN Attorney Delahanty announced
within its rights and time when up-to-date garbage disposal
News has been received in Orlandoof OFFICIALS today that Dr. Calos MacDonald and
the crash came. plant is one of'our greatest needs i in FIRST GRAPE FRUIT
the death of Miss Dr. William Mahon, had been re
"He leaves tomorrow to start an investigation hardy Hovey, this city today. We can get it without BROUGHT $6.50 PER BOX
daughter of Mr. C. A. Hovey, of Glenn Washington, Sept. 23.Padding the tained to examine into the prisoner'ssanity
into the of the costing the
: a cent, and sell i
Falls, N. Y. The list of employes in the department of behalf of the state.
wreck, and expects to fix the blameon Hoveys were well our garbage that is now a total loss on Mr. Lawrence Gentile, who shippedthe
known in Orlando, where they had agriculture to give Republicans job Schmidt and his alleged associate,
the proper parties. to the city, also an expense to the first car load of grapefruit from
( spent several winters. Miss Hovey's was charged by Secretary Houston today city, as we -have to pay for collecting Muret, were indicted today by the his Frost Proof grove last week, received

Funeral at Sanford Today death is cause for deep regret among to the house agricultural commit and hauling same to the dumping federal grand jury on the charge of a telegram yesterday from Cincinnati -
tee. Houston said
her friends he had foundtwent.five
The Sanford Herald of '}.esterdaysays acquaintances here.to grounds, where it becomes a menaceto counterfeiting. Muret will ibe turned stating that the car had arrived -

: unnecessary employes in the health of our citizens over to the federal,authorities by the in good condition and that the
the young wife, to the father and one bureau, and said he would dismissthe living
"The saddest feature of the sudden anywhere within an half mile of it. state. fruit had been sold at $6.50 per box.
mother sisters unnecessary clerks. Houston did
and brothers
of the
death of this popular young man i is Let us advocate and work toward
not mention the
the leaving of his young wife and deceased, whose legion of friends but it is understood to be the solic, municipal ownership of city water, Get your school books and supplies THE WEATHER

baby, the wife having just lost her: were shocked to learn of his death. itor's office, recently presided over gas, and electric lighting of our city, early. Avoid the rush. Curtis &

mother last week, Mrs. Kate Butt,: "Funeral services tomorrow morning by George P. McCabe. and as soon as this is accomplished, O'Neal. Florida: Wednesday and Thursday,

whose death occurred in Atlanta. The at 10 o'clock at the Catholicchurch our taxes will be reduced very mate- probably warmer in northwest por-

sympathy of the whole city goes out, ," For the new, read The Sentinel (Continued.'>-en', last page.) For the news, read The Sentinel tion. ,



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Altamonte Springs, Sept. 22.-MM If want the Best I FOR-MAYORWe

to The Sentinel 'J. W. Osteen, the junior member of: you are authorized to announce that

Milan, Italy, Sept. 22.-In the I the firm of Fogg' & Osteen, is not only';, Mr. James L. Giles will be a candidatefor
the a successful fruit and vegetable grower -J J mayor of the city of Orlando,
Reale vast palace use CLOTHESMADE
"Villa a -
but a successful hunter. He took for the term commencing January'
of which is granted by the royal 1914, under the commission form of
his and strolled out to his woods
International gun .
hous the fourteenth government.FOR
here adjoining the hammock one morn-,, I
Congress on Alcoholism opened COMMISSIONER
ing a few days ago and on his return TO'MEASURE
today with an address on the "Pathol "! I am a candidate for city commissioner -
ogy o( Alcoholism," by Prof. Mar- he had bagged a monster hen hawk and wish to solicit in this pub
that measured four feet from tip to' lie manner the support of all the it
of Rome.
chiafava, tip of wings,and an old resident 0'pos-1 voters of Orlando who think that I am ;
Following Marchiafava's address a L, 'qualified for that honorable and important !
general discussion of "Moral Deca- sum. The hawk was a flying machine You now have the opportunity, position. It is with a due regard I
dence Caused by Alcoholism" took which the human brain has not so far I :I for the honor and importance of LEARN ABOUTour
.been able to duplicate. Mr. Hawk is i it that I enter the race. I hereby
place, in which Prof.Dr. J. Van Rees for we have with us special representative -
master of the air and does not "wor- I i pledge myself to perform the dutiesof quality confections by a trial pur-
of Holland, and J. T. Raw, of London, the office,with earnestness and to
took leading parts. ry" for fear of a tumble, unless Os- of ,Strauss & Bros., the best of my ability in the event of chase of a pound box of our

Practically civilized countryis teen gets after him ,with his shot gun. my election. Respectfully, CHOCOLATESBON
represented every by delegates. He can soar, curve, dip, and can drop Baltimore.. He will be withus H. CLARK ROBERTSON. BOSS

Tomorrow 0. Ottavi, of to Mother Earth at will, pick up ai i FOR CITY COMMISSIONERI
A "pointer" for the perilonuntinjt
ferrate, Italy, will be heard casalmon-I chicken and rise again with perfectease for next three daysTuesday, hereby announce as a candidatefor I the best at a reasonable price-the
commissioner, under the commis-
and control, so far has
in its relation to alcoholism; Dr.Hart-! utmost in and deliciousness.
sion charter, subject to the city pri- I purity
and this
baffled the skill of The Wednesday Thursday I
wig, of Berlin, on beer and its rela-. man. mary. I shall be glad to receive the Daintily packed and in the original
tion to alcoholism, and Dr. M. Hele- sum i is a toothsome morsel for most, assistance of friends and all who have i shapes and variety of flavors.BUTTS .
nius-Seppala, of Finland, on distilled of the colored fraternity, when prop-I week. faith in me and in my ability and
with I good intention to serve the people
cooked sweet I
crly potatoes.Mr.
: Kitchen
The Kandy
liquors and alcoholism. economic faithfully in every particular.If .
has the the
effect of alcoholism on the state Osteen repairs on (I elected I will so arrange my busi-
will be discussed by Dr. Daum, of school Muse so far advanced that' ness and other affairs that I will be
school will open Monday morning, the I I j able to give full attention to public i WE FIT GLASSES. GRIND LENSES
Vienna; on the town or village, by
22nd, with Miss Hyer, of Forest City,I jnatters. Respectfully, I AND DO ALL KINDS OF
Dr. F. Rieman, of Paris, and on the C. E. HOWARD.
family, by Mr. Sherwell, M. D., of formerly of Orlando, as teacher. Mr. : Come in and see the Big Line of I OPTICAL REPAIRINGDR.

London. Osteen has also completed the repairs! MASS MEETING I

Many interesting will be on the bridge across the Wekiwa riv- SamplesAT There will be a meeting of white I
er on the Orlando and Apopka road I citizens at the council chamber, on
read during the congress, .which will
last until Saturday. The treatmentof near the Lyman grove. I = = Saturday, October 11, 1913, at 7:30 I

o'clock, for the of selectinga
inebriates will be discussed. An- purpose
TWO LITTLE GIRLS city executive committee and transacting -
other subject to which many papers Brown & Lartigue's
will be devoted is "Counter Attrac- such other business as may L H. RAMSDELL .
come before the meeting. OPTOMETRIST
tions to the Public House or
Marmarth, N. D., Sept. 22.Laughing I M. OVERSTEERT, Chairman.
will (Successor to Dr. 0. P. Likins)
An excursion on Lake Como I
at their reflections in a barrel of : JOSIAH FERRIS, Secretary.
taken the during the ORLANDO, FLORIDA
be by delegates
rain water two small
yesterday 'I
week. The town of Trient (Ryrol), daughters of Mrs. Herman Ostranderlost TO PROPERTY OWNERS I
has in- I
Italian ,
near the boundary
visit it and their balance. Heads down and I am now settled larger, brighter THE WILLOLAModern
vited the delegates to their arms entwined the bodies were and better quarters in the Rock building -i

taste of its wine without alcohol. found by the mother.A I, opposite the San Juan hotel, Home-Like

None of the delegates have as yet had 1 rooms 1 and 2, which my increasingi Prices Moderate
opportunity to sample the liquor. mass meeting in Orlando Tues-. business required.

American delegates to the conven- day morning passed a resolution favoring -: FRANK HYRESArtificial i I I am revising my sales list, and am

tion are: The Rev. Edwin C. Dinwiddie the call for a bond issue of: J I ready to list jour city and country SOUTH ORANGE AVENUE ,

Washington, D. C.; Earnest H. $600,000 for good road building. Truy -i I' property. .Near Lake Lucerne

Cherrington, of Westerville, Ohio; the divorcement of Seminole coun-i StoneBuilding !i From all reports received from my

Right Rev. Peter J. O'Callaghan, 0. ty has roused the pride of Orange.' !i friends and business connections in I MRS. W. T. WALKER

S. P., Chicago; Rev. Dr. Arthur B. I Every few minutes Orlando an-, I the North, I shall do a large business ORLANDO . FLORIDA
Burton, of Waco, Texas; Rev. Dr. nounces some new project for greater iprogress. | this winter, and will use my best efforts -

James Canon, Jr., Richmond, Va.; .-Miami Metropolis. Blocks, Cement Brick, House to sell the properties listed with -----

Prof. Charles Scanlon, of Pittsburg; Foundations, all styles of Concrete J. C. ANN

Edwin Mulready, Boston; Wm. Jef- The Miami Metropolis says: "Races I t Columns, and Balusters,also all kindsof me.I have many satisfied customers,
ferson Pollard, St. Louis; Rev. D!. between the fastest motor boats in who became winter residents of Or-
The Clothier
Ornamental Concrete Work In White
Rufus W. Miller, Philadelphia; Mrs. the world, together with trials be-, lando and vicinity by my personal e Boys'

Susan B. Blaine, Svid, N. Y., and Mrs. tween smaller craft and between government :: -; or Colored Facings efforts, and they are now boosting for

Mary Harris Armour, Macon, Ga. torpedo boats, will be pro-: Orlando and 45 W. Church Street

vided for the thousands who will come Yours truly,

The Bonifay. district has voted to to Miami during the annual midwinter -, Phone !59---Works, Livingston Ave. on R.R.i CARL JANSEN, Nothing succeeds like circulation

bond for $40,000 for good roads. The festival of the Magic Knights oIl, Real Estate, Notary Public, Fire We have it. One ad, in the Sentinel

election was hotly contested. Dade in January, next." I Insurance. 1m d&w will show you the way.MltMIMMMMIIMiMMMHMIIIiMMIMIIIIIIIiHMMMMM. '

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When Jasper Tigbtwad has some- Reopens Wednesday, October 1. EVERY DAY
thing to buy that isn't going to cost Primary Intermediate, and College
over ten cents he wears' out twenty Preparatory Grades. Sanitary-as they are made Bear ;
cents worth of shoe leather walking Also Courses in Music, Art, Elocu- clean, and every piece wrappedin in ;
around to the different stores to see tion, Domestic Science, Physical Cul- wax paper.
where he can get it the "cheapest." ture. Best-as we use best grade of
Twelve specially trained Teachers.I. H everything on the market.

i A law to prevent the marriage of Individual attention. Loving care. : k
twenty dollar girls and ten dollar sal. REV. RODERICK P. COBB, A. M., Will appreciate if you will give
aries might help some. Principal. them a trial.

The poorest man in our community ANNOUNCEMENT ftftyer, Galentin & Mayer

started out ten years ago to get rich .This is the best season of the yearto 134 SOUTH ORANGE AVE.
by using a safety razor, shining his scan the "For Rent" column. You
own shoes and quitting the use of to- will find it possible now to find a
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bacco. Right beside him is a fellow house that will just suit you, whereas -
who is addicted to all those dissipa- as if you wait until winter it will be to loan on improved property -
tions, but he is getting rich. Both I difficult to get what you want. I S. Y. WAY.
men have had equal luck in the world
and to all outward appearances both
have had the same advantges. You ROLLINS COLLEGE
explain it.
The girl who fishes in the Matrimonial Oldest College and Most Beautiful roughs adding machine, typewriters, I
Campus in Florida. College,Acad- I two instructors. New chemical and
pool with crawfish bait can'texpect emy, Music, Expression, Fine physical laboratories, equipped with
to catch a mountain trout. Arts,Domestic and Industrial : every modern device; analysis of soils,
Arts, Business, fertilizers, foods, water; preparationfor > .+.
I read the the other day of a Normal Course.' engineering courses.
story Lakes, boating, swimming, golf,
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woman on whom had been embroi- Twelve buildings, four dormitories, tennis, foot ball, basket ball: Four
dered the scarlet letter. I knew her separate rooms, steam heat, electric I consecutive years champions of Statein MMMIIMMMMMMMMMMMMHIIOIIMI
back in the days of her girlhood when. lights, fire protection, fine gymnasium base ball.Christian .
malaria, million dollar but Undenominational
no quarter ;
the sunlight of purity shone through endowment. Three teachers of Expenses Moderate, Scholar-
her soul. I know when she first music, $5,000 organ, a dozen pianos, ships Available.For OWL oi mummmmmmmG
turned her head for a second away two glee clubs, chorus class, orches- Catalogue address the President,' Lil ,
. from the straight and narrow path tra, superb new rooms for Business I WM. F. BLACKMAN, Ph. D., It _II II III U 6 h %1
School, full banking equipment, Bur- Winter Park, Fla. MMMMMMMiJflit
ahead. It was when she began to lie : + tt
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to her mother. She would stay out

late miserable and then lies go to homeand the very lie one mean she, iMMMiMMMHIitlltiMMItMIIMMMMMHI9MMHSixroom Gas Range e All II Yn Cooking

should have confided in above all on FOE S..A..LE ,

earth. Lying to mother became an In our last "ad." we told you how convenient a gas range is for EMERGENCIES. Now
art with her and she soon began to
I don't get the idea from this that a gas range is good for EMERGENCIES ONLY. Don't think
deceive her in other ways. She put
mother farther and farther away from Bath and Pantry, Modern house. One Block that for a single minute! A Gas Range is good for all kinds of cooking-in fact (we tell vou

her. No longer were there helpful from and in view of Lake Lucerne. Two blocks from this confidentially), a gas range is better than a coal or wood range because it is more convenient,

and confidential chats with the good station, east side of Atlantic Coast Line Railroad. Lot cleaner, neater, cheaper, and always ready for use. It also takes up less room makes your
soul whose love never waned throughthe kitchen look better and eliminates all the unpleasant work and drudgery caused by cooking on a
dark days. With that one 100x142 feet, shaded on west by Camphor trees, on
wood or coal stove. In other words, a gas range makes cooking a pleasure and every home should
and steady anchor gone the poor soul south by large Oaks. Nice Lawn. 50 bearing Grape have one.
i began to drift aimlessly on the storm
and and
tossed sea of sin. The waves rolled Oranges 100 younger trees; also English We can give you one for $14 or $75, according to your needs, and are sure we can make you

higher and higher and finally all that \Valnuts, Guavas, Pecans, Bananas, and Pineapples satisfied with any range we sell you.ORLANDO .

was precious and sacred was' wreckedon bearing. 40 Acres heavy pine timbered Land, north

Had the there shores been of no disgrace lie to and mother despair.that west side. Lake. Barton. O O wum L1G T CO1

scarlet letter would not have appeared -
to shine and mock through the GAS DEP RT IE T'f..tJf"lllllllllllllllllllleIO'I.al""i'I"lllt'lIlell'l.tl

years until eternity's ring. Apply "Sentinel" OfficeHMHtmitmililHIMMMMMMMMMHIIIIIHII 1""I""III'II""IIII"'IIIIIIIIIIIIII'I'lt".tOIoaOIOllltlllll tlll'

The fellow who is only three min
utes ahead of bankruptcy hasn't anytime ,
S to stop along the highway and
give! his neighbor advice on how he "IIIIIIIII'I"'IIIIII'I'III""IIIIIII" III t4 .I . . . . . . .. .. . . . . . . '. . . . . . . . .
should run his business.I

run across a real fresh and gen Are You Going to Build? i : PRICES

uine specimen of the optimist the oth-

er day in the person of,a fellow who USE BRICKNot !
thinks he can save enough money
using a safety razor in a couple of .
years to buy an automobile. just brick, but specify, get the best; they cost no
We have but
always special prices, we
more, look better, last longer, and are more satisfactoryall ..
Some worms won't turn when they around. do net have any sales.
have a chance.
, JELK'S Macon Brick-common, paving, fire and rough ; Our plan is to take the money it would
' texture. None better.
The only some people get cal- '
way .
louses on their hands is by turning LEGG'S Pressed and Fancy Faced Brick. I am state cost to make a sale, and put it into Real

grindstones for other fellows. agent. ,\ Bargains, such as will be to our custom-

The next thing in order for the Carry large stock on hand, make quick shipments. Wire ers' advantage.We .
good of the people is a law compell- your orders, at my expense.I .
irig manufacturers to make their 1- mention a few articles that will go

clothes, hats, shoes, etc., look like handle 4
at reduced prices :
do in the advertisements. j
AGATITE ''CEMENT PLASTER, Fuller's Peninsular Regular $2.50 and $3.00 White Pique
GRANDMA SAYS: Brand Roofing, Metal Laths and Shingles, Crushed Rock,
Granite Curbing, Building Sand. Skirts at $1.74. -

That we wonder what has becomeof I I Regular $1.50 and $ 2.00 White Skirts I
the old-fashioned girl who used to Also, Fruit and Vegetable Pickers' and Packers' Supplies:
"rub it loff" when the wrong fellow I Crates, Wraps, Field Boxes, Straps, Nails and Ladders. at 96 Cents.
kissed her. .
'. A new line of Shirt Waists and Balkan

That after that old bachelor pro- Hendry.' Knight's Terminals,
posed to that widow, she didn't give I W R F u 11 er Poet Franklin St, Blouses from 46 Cents up.
him a chance to reconsider and the ,JTAMPA, FLORIDAMlMMMMtiMMIMMMMIMIMMMMMMMIHM ) 25 Per Cent off on Shoes.
date has been fixed for ThanksgivingDay. *.

That "there is, no fool like an old

The one fool more,"makes old attention may fools his be are,appearance true that's so scarce and all.it he that may attracts when not. THEMARKET : ; '1 IIKallller r'' NewYorRBaiailiS1o11e Y r r rl n[

Of Cleanliness Of QualityFRESH
That people who are always brag !i :::::: :::: ::::::::IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII111111111111111111111111: :
ging about their ancestors should always .
bear in mind that the "boss" is AND SALT MEATS -

more interested in what they do than SPECIALTY
what their ancestors did. 1 WRIGHT t t ,.
Kept under the best sanitary conditions. & SEED CO. -0-E
That there are some old people in REALTY ..
Orlando who seem to forget that they Everything screened away from the flies; and kept fresh FOR REAL ESTATE CREAMERY BUTTER
were ever young themselves, and and Iliad Our Business
deny small children the pleasures Orlando 1 Florida. :
which they once enjoyed themselves.That We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have FRESH FARM EGGS

everything in the Meat Line. L-I-M-E-S
there i are many happenings'1
that escape the eyes of people. A ...

young lady. who has been 29 years The PARLOR MARKETH. Rowe & Winebrenner!IF YOU SHOULD MISS be sent by special messenger. We
old for sixteen summers, is going : YOUR PAPER LET US KNOW can not supply you, however if we do
around telling her "girl" friends that Room 11-McXeill Davis Bl'd 'I Several of the Sentinel carriers are not know about it.

she has finally succeeded in landinghim. M. Self & Co. new to the work, and it is possible
REAL ESTATE ,that all the subscribers will not get Our job department is equipped
J8-20 PINE STREET City and Country Property !!I their papers regularly. Therefore, with up-to-date faces of type, modern
The Sentinel's facilities are complete the manager of the circulation department machinery and competent workmen,
for the proper production of all Phone No. 80IHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIHIIIIIIIIH Are you thinking about buying an wishes every subscriberwho and prepared to turn out beautifuland
classes of printing phone 24 for automobile? If so, read the .advertisement fails to get his paper to notifythe artistic work. Estimates fur-
your next order. of the San Juan Garage. Sentinel office, and a paper will nished and satisfaction guaranteed.MU3 .

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South Florida.Sentinel It'is not too early to open the campaign -
A Furnished Home for a Thousand
MORNING AND WEEKLY for the election of city commis- eesburg 'Fla., Sept. 23.Possesare I I

JOSIAH FERRIS Editor and Owner sioners. Long campaigns are much: still scouring the woods for John Dollars. I 111"111.11..111.1111101.1111. '
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-Entered--' at-the poetoffice-- -at Orlando Florida like long engagements-they are un- Gary, the negro who shot Marshal For sale, a six-room house, furnished -j

as Second Class Mail Matter. desirable, but two months is not too Torian Sunday afternoon, the marshal with screened kitchen 8x14;

SUBSCRIPTION HATES long for a campaign of the kind which having been decoyed to the place of lot 481-2 by 1323-4; Eva street near GAS TANKS

the voters of Orlando must go through the shooting by another negro who is Hamlin rove. There are several

TIlE DAILY SENTINELOne with to well and carefully choose the believed to have been'in league with bearing fruit trees. Owner has good

Year ....................$5.00 men who are to inaugurate the city Gary. reasons for selling which do not affect

Six Months .......... .. ..... .. 2.50 government ,under the commission Four negroes have been arrestedbut I I the value of the property or the! In either Prest.0-Lite

Three Months .......r... .. .. 1.25 charter. Gary,, succeeded in making his escape extraordinary qualities of this fine

By news carrier in Orlando. 50 cent per There is no occasion' for personalities and bids fair to remain at large.It offering. A bargain like tins will or Searchlight.--any

nwnth. Daily and Sunday. to be dragged into the campaign, is believed he is being hid by some not last long, so if you want to profit size---and we always

The Orlando Morning Curtis Sentinel& O'Neal'can be foundon Book and the Sentinel hopes that all candi- of his friends but absolutely no trace .by having read this ad. apply without
ale in Orlando at : *
Store and Wright Brothera.We dates and their friends will refrain of him has yet been secured by the delay to have them in stock

Kill appreciate prompt complaint if from indulging in this form of criti- posses. John Berry, who was the decoy THE SENTINEL,
delivery is not promptly made by our carriers. cism. Criticism of public acts and do- who lured Torian to the scene of Orlando, Fla. for exchanges.

Advertising rates will be furnished on ap ings is legitimate and the man who I the shooting, Henry Lancaster John '. .- -----

plication. puts himself up as a candidate may Johnson and Albert Plymb all negroes 1111111111"111111"DO *

Per year THE by mail WEEKLY postage SENTINEL paid........*!. be expected to be criticised, but thereis 1 are under arrest. They are all i Free Shop Service

Address THE SENTINEL, Orlando. Florida.Otl'ice no cause for criticism to descendto believed to have known of the plot
107 Court Street, Arcade Buildmr. I YOU USE AN OIL !
_Phone" 21.WEDNESDAY the level of abuse or unfair comment -|to assassinate Torian, who was objec- t

SEPT. 24, 1913- ,tionable to a certain negro element r STOVE? The quick kind--no waiting.-

Moreover, this is an event in the because of his activity in enforcingthe
in same
Sulzer and Thaw are
box-both want to talk and their law- history of Orlando when personal affections blind tiger laws. I for some one is ready to t
and business affiliations ,Perry, the decoy was shot slightlyat If so Be Sure and Ask for
won't let look after
yers them.o should be subsidiary to the greater the same time Torian was si" your wants.
rightly good. The success of commission gov- down, but his wounds are trifling, a
The Miami Metropolis says "Gulf
can ernment in Orlando will depend largely few of the bird shot with which the
that no self respecting newspaper
of the upon the character of the men who gun was loaded striking him. Torianwas
lend, itself to the protection I TIRES PUMPED WITH FILTERED AIR
liquor traffic. are selected to conduct the government shot about the chest and face. Kerosene"Burns i from Automatic Electric Pump
Some of the strongest men His wounds were first thought serious -
o I -air always
ready-no waiting
personally and politically are the but
Richmond P. Hobson wants to go are not likely to prove fatal -.
least fitted for such important work. it is thought. Freely and will not crust on the pump. '
to ,the senate from Alabama. If Os-
This is a statement which may be I, the wick. Has no unpleasant '
car Underwood should want to go at
made at random to fit i
the same time Capt. Hobson will gov-iGAYXOR'S, DOGS REALIZE odor.

have to wait. ernment. It is a recognized fact that I! HE HAS GONE FOREVER 0.....
o the best men are not in the public! I. W. r PHILLS & S SONS S

Handled .
service. The men best fitted for the by Leading Merchants. >
The shell fish commissioner seemsto
performance of the public work are New York Sept. 23.-Pathetic in HIHI
be getting a firm grasp on the af-
not of the type who are elected. connection with the death of Mayor
fairs of his office. The state is just
From the character of the men who,Gaynor have been the actions of his
beginning to realize the immensity of P.G. Walton, Agent
have already announced for places onthe three dogs on his country place at St.
its shell fish industry.Col. .
city commission it is evident that'James Long Island. Ever since the Phones 450 and 269

o the list of candidates is going to represent -I(receipt of the news of their master's t

Herbert L. Anderson, leading the flower of our citizenry.I I death they have shown that they realized 'illlMMtlMMilllllilMlFOR . . . . . . . . . . . .' . " .
Bull Moose of Florida is not pleased
This is as pleasing as it is unusual.It ,i something untoward had happened ,
with President Wilson's diplomacy in '
now remains for the voters to do to him. They make frequent
IexicVeIl., this is bad, to be sure; I
their part-to concentrate upon the trips over the roads and paths which
but maybe Dr. Wilson will survivethe
criticism. very best of the lot, and to do that J the mayor; was accustomed to take on

will require some time and a good his long walks with his dogs as com-
deal of discussion. panions.The .
Young Mr. Rothschild is in New
most in his
0 I persistent search
York and finds many things to ad- I
for traces of his master is Ben, an
mire he the old world has muchto ROOSEVELT GAVE THIEVING
; says BUTLER THIRD DEGREE Irish setter, that Vas Mr. Gaynor's Gifts--The
learn from the new. This young Birthday SapphireSEPTEMBER'S
favorite. Frequently Ben has been
money baron must have a pretty level
seen during the last week with his
head, after all. Min oia. N. Y., Sept. 23.-Theodore
nose to the ground trotting along in
o Roosevelt administered what the po-
quest of a lost scent followed by the
The Pensacola Journal thinks that lice call the third degree to his for-
t little Irish and Scotch
the Bryan primary law will not be so mer butler George R. Parker in the On

difficult to work under as some have county jail here today. Parker is meeting old friends of Mayor Gaynor STONE IS THE SAPPHIRE IBLEMOF
Ben and looks
stops at them with
predicted. Maybe not, but it's a awaiting grand jury action on the an
of stolen expression they declare as if beggingfor CONSTANCY TRUTH, HAPPINESS AND SUCCESS.
mighty good idea to keep digging intoit charge having $10,000 worthof ,
before the election so that all the jewelry from the Roosevelt homeon some word from his master.
uncertain points may be cleared up. Sagamore Hill several weeks ago.

That's the best way to make it a suc- Accompanied by Theodore Roosevelt Here's to the boys and gilrs going LET, HANDY PIN, BAR PIN, LOCKET OR RING, ANY

cess-find all the fault possible withit Jr., and a private detective Colonel away to school. May your school
before hand. v Roosevelt motored this morning from' year be a.busy and profitable one.

o his home to the jail and went to Don't waste your time and your dad- DELIGHT.

The evidence that the parcel post is Parker's cell. dy's money, for you have no time to
being used to advantage by the peopleis Colonel Roosevelt was especially; spare and probably poor old daddy ,

the evidence of Wells-Fargo anxious to find out what became ofa I had to borrow the money to send you BLUE GEM IN SCARF PINS, ,TIE* CLASPS AND CUFF

Exprss company that it has lost thir jade ring valued at $700 and a valuable -I to school with and he will have to .

ty-one per cent of its business in fob, the gift of a diplomatic representative -; work many a weary hour to pay it LINKS.

small packages with an accompanying of a Central American re-i back; but be that, as it may, do not COME IN AND SEE THEM.TJtvansthc.

loss of thirty-eight per cent of Both were stolen. Parker i waste his money. Don't play the foolif

revenue since the parcel post became stuck 'to his previous story that 'he i you can help it-of course if you

effective. No sympathy need be felt stole neither and did not recall what I are so made that you can not be natural -

for the express companies; they can he had done with the other things.he and not play the fool, why thatis

stand it"Jedge is charged with taking. After questioning a misfortune that you are not responsible -

v Parker in vain for half an I for. But be the very best
Briles Atlanta's famous hour the party left. student it is possible for you to be.

police court judge has aspirations Don't flunk. Don't be a conceited ass

beyond his lowly station, and wantsto Any legitimate' proposition which about your ability but at the same

be promoted to the court of ap. will appeal to the people of Orlando time believe with a whole heart that OPPOSITE: POSTOFFICE

peals. There are many who think can be most advantageously presented you can amount to something and

that Jedge Briles would be out of to their attention through the that you will. Don't give up if your ,

place anywhere else except in the po- Sentinel. Its classified columns carry task seems hard. Buckle down to I EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING

lice court That is one penalty a man hundreds of such messages and business and don't be a quitter. God !

has to pay for making a howling success bring quick responses. Almighty hates a quitter. j

of any particular job; it causes ,

some to believe that he can't do any. ;

thing else. I

Secretary. Rooney 0 of the Ocala San Juan FALL MILLINERYWILL

Board of Trade is agitating the mak. Garage

ing of brick from Florida clays for

road building. Representative Light

of Marion county backs the secretaryup SOON BE READYWe

in his contention that Florida clay

is good enough for road building. Mr.

Light says that he has consulted the

state chemist on the subject and that are preparing to show our advance models of Fall Millineryas
official says that Florida contains

clay deposits of the right quality for heretofore. We are following every avenue of style

brick making. Surely this questionis One Studebaker 20 tml
of sufficient importance to be in- e information, and consulting every well-known

vestigated. I

o I recognized style creator, to enable us to

twaddle There indulged is a good in deal by the of senseiess newspa- Touting Cr...ieuiI1 bbrand ::1 place before you the Headwearthat

pers concerning President Wilsor>,'s
bears the of .
dominating influence over congress.

The fact is that the Democratic partyas new tires
whole is committed ,to every legislative i
act that has been attemptedthus

far, and the Democratic leadersin LOOK FOR OUR ANNOUNCEMENT

congress as well as the rank and

file see of these the reforms members made are all into anxious law. The to $450 j Then Come to See Us. We will Interest YOU.

Democratic president desires this not I

less than the members of congress do, I @

but he could hardly wish for more. Be-

cause he is the head of the party his

entitled to credit of its performances -
but he is not entitled to the I

credit of whipping the members into

line. There has been no breakawaythat
has come to light except the case We have the only tire with a written guarantee of EXCLUSIVE MILLINERY PARLORS

of the two Louisiana senators and 3,000 miles-AJAX TIRES. McCALLIM SILK HOSIERY Second Floor BON TON CORSETS
they were allowed to go their way

without hindrance.



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Advance Announcement of New Fall Dress and Silk GoodsFor

i several days past we have been receiving shipments of Exquisite New Fabrics for Fall and Winter wear until now, our assortment nearing

Completion, we have a selection of Weaves and Colorings that would do credit to a store of metropolitan magnitude. To see them is to create a

desire to possess them, to possess them more than a wish gratified. Ask to see


The New Ratine Weaves The New Fancy Eponges The New Cream Fabrics The New Two.Colored"hipcords The New (Guaranteed) Black Silks

The New Satin Stripe Poplins The New Silk Damas Charmeuse The Wide Wale Cheviots The New Silk Finished Poplins The Famous "San Toy" Cloths

The New Silk Piques The New Silk Foulards The New Silk Stripe Corduroys The New Plain Silks in All Colors The Mohair Serges and Corduroys




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

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I I Mr. James F. Watkins returned yesterday DEATH OF PROF. B. B. ELSE I JACK, FROST AS FAR

from a visit to Chattanooga.The I I SOUTH AS ALABAMA
Prof. B. B. Else died at his home I ___ .'
oranges and oysters are com- near this city yesterday afternoon at' 'Washington, Sept. 23.-Light frost ITALIAN
l1 ORLANDO ing into shape under the most favor- 2 o'clock of a heart attack. He 'was occurred in Tennessee, extreme northern -

able conditions.Mrs. 75 years of age. j I Alabama and western North Car-

Prof. Else had been a citizen of'olina, it was announced in reports to RYE GRASSMakes

Fifty guests were registered at the Henry Palmer and daughter, Orange county for thirty years. He-'I the United States weather bureau. !i iI I
San Juan yesterday. Miss Virginia, are home again from had a long and honorable career in Frost is prophesied for the middle ,
i(I their summer sojourn in North Caro- this community. He was a consistent -I!i Atlantic states and the north portion a beautiful Green Lawn all winter.

Mr. C. L. Griggsley, of Asheville, lina. member of the Methodist church, of the South Atlantic states. We have Fresh
I some
was a true Christian gentleman, and
arrival the San
N. C., is a late at I
Juan. I I, Mrs. E. P. West and Mrs. L W. was generally honored and revered. Frost in Tennessee i

I I.I Norment are among the Orlando folks His wife died some years ago, and he I Nashville, Tenn., Sept. 23.-The, Order Now Before It Is Gone.

Mr. J. B. Magruder returned last I returning I from Daytona Beach this is survived only by his daughter, Miss first frost of the season covered mid- '!

I evenin gfrom a business trip to At- week. Gertrude Else, who was called to'die Tennessee l last night. Apparently

lanta, Ga. !j I Milesburg, Pa., several weeks ago by' little damage to crops will result.
jf I j; Mr. M. T. Vans Wagener returned the death of an aunt's husband. She Only four times in the history of the I

Mr. S. Y. Way returned yesterday I,I this week from London.Ohio, and is remained on account of the severe ill- local weather bureau have earlier r mils an Vegetables l Received[ Daily.
from New York, where he had been again enjoying Florida's delightful ness of the aunt, and this illness resulted frosts been recorded. [

on business.Mr. :I':climate. fatally, so that she was called, I II I
t I upon to attend her aunt's funeral i! Very Cold at Pensacola I -

Martin Zellers returned yesterday f I i The little 3-year-old daughter of also. Her father's remains were,I I: Pensacola, Sept. Yesterday's 1

from a visit of several weeks in'Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wagner of Tampa taken in charge by the undertakers, weather established a record for this i CUT FLOWERS AND POTTED PLANTS.

Rochester, N. Y. =I I died a few days ago from eating Hammond & Gore, and prepared for section. The temperature dropped tof I I
II match heads. burial, but the funeral arrangementswill 55 degrees during the day, the coldest I|

Mrs. Pearl Reese Tabor, of Birmingham -'!,I' not be completed until the daughter 'I September day ever experienced inj I THE SANITARY GROCERY
is the attractive guest of Messrs. H. A. Farr and B. D. arrives. She was immediately no- Pensacola. I I

Mrs. J. L Feinberg. ( I I I Hiers I of Gainesville, are among the tified of\ her father's death, which I \ CARUTHERS & GORE
,1|I well known knights of the grip in came unexpectedly. Frost at Huntsville ,
| Phone 200 6 & 8 Pine Street. t
Mrs. W. S. Coleman returned last Orlando today.I Huntsville, Ala., Sept. 23.The j
evening from New York, where she I I I BROKE ANKLE IN FALL I first frost of the year was seen here,! 'IIIIII"'IIIII'IIIIIII'IIIIII'I'IIIIII"III'I'II"I.' ,
j I Messrs. F. D. and H. D. Harvey, DOWN __
i spent several weeks. I I STAIRWAYI the earliest in four years. But little ' -- -
who have charge of the sewer con- I damage to crops. is reportedl Ii
Mr. H. D. Ramke, of Charleston, struction as contractors-, are in the Mrs. E. W. Hunt, who is living at I '' I DIXIE TABLETS
S. C., brother of Mr. John D. Ramke; city on a visit of inspection. the Holden house, fell on the stairs,
arrived in the city last night for a!I!i Monday afternoon and broke her|J "SIT.AROUND"Yesterday I
visit Messrs. W. F. Jack, S. W.t'CIayton, ankle. The accident was painful but(
lJ.I Ii the date for the
E. McElmurray, John P. Hyman not necessarily serious. Mrs. Hunt's was I I

Mr. at.d Mrs. Leonard Thornton 1 land I V. V. Sharpe, of Tampa, are in many friends will regret to learn of monthly meeting of the Ladies' Aid I i Will give every student-user the best
and about membersgathered
Society, thirty
i i
and sister, Miss McAlister, have re-j Orlando today, guests at the San her misfortune.
turned from their outing at Daytona I Juan. in the Sunday school room I I value of any school tablet. We have a large
j of the Presbyterian church for another -!j '
I I J. H. of pleasant "sit-around." i stock of both the "Special" and "Alligator"
Mr. Sadler, Oakland, and BAPTIST CHURCH I(.
Near needlework
noon was
Mrs. S. G. Culpepper, of White his three sons were in Orlando yester- brands well
I I The concert at the Baptist church laid aside, and attention turned to the as as all sizes of the famous
Springs, is the house guest of Mrs. D. day. Mr. Julian Sadler was on his
last evening was attended by a large delicious lunch arranged for by the
C. Warner, at her home on East way to DeLand .to enter Stetson un iI i- l "Florida Series" which is better than
and appreciative audience. A lengthy hostesses of the day, Mesdames J. \.'. ever

Church street. I I versity. program of good music was given by I Stagg, S. N. Yowell, and Bogue. 'this year Make aright start at school by

Mrs. David Lockhart and daughters I'! Mr. Bert K. Walker and Mr. PeyI several local musicians, and those who At twothirty'the assembly was
returned yesterday from Waynes-I'I ton Musselwhite have returned from attended were given a delightful hour. 'joined by a number of members who i the purchase of a good tablet. They are all
,were unable to attend earlier, and the i
ville, N. C., where they spent a de-i i Pittsburg, where the latter had been
the former his summer FOR BUSINESS !remainder of the afternoon spent in i I
ligfitful summer. I visiting at 5
I the discussion of important business. cents
Musselwhite also made
I home. Mr. a Newspaper advertising is a busi- :

Miss Hedwig Hoegel, of Gotha, and'trip through the Western states as ness proposition, not mere sentiment- l-------- .

Miss Olive Dinkle, of Longwood, stu-!{!far las Arizona.Mr. ality or pastime. Sentinel ads. give

dents of the Cathedral school, were I I value received. I The Sentinel is authorized to announce -
visitors to the city yesterday. i Jos. E. Phipps, the affable traveling | that Mr. E. F. Sperry will be I \
I I commercial agent of the Mobile Mrs. R. G. Barney and daughter,j''.a' candidate for mayor in the forthcoming S. BRANCH,

Orlando is to have an "old settlers'day. '! & Ohio railroad, with headquarters in of New York, and Mrs. J. L Failor I, such that city primary.it is deemed His unnecessary reputationis The Arcade Book and Music Store

." If Miami should have one, her Jacksonville, is in the city today. Mr. and son, of Richmond, Va., relativesof i i to add anything to this announcement ,
high school youngsters would be elig- Phipps was freight agent for the Seaboard Capt. J. H. Heltzen, arrived in Or-!,concerning his eminent fitness for the !
ible for the speechmaking as mem- here for several years and his lando last night and are guests at the { position. He would fill the office in I I
bers of the pioneer class. I who Heltzen home on Colonial! such a manner as to cause every citi- NOTICE such certificate in the
-Miami Me many friends in Orlando were hospitable be name of S. S. Gretn.
to of him the official
zen proud as said
I Unless certificate shall
tropolis. I glad to see him. Drive. head of the city. Of Application for TM Deed Under Section according to law, tax deed will issue redeemed thereonon
8 of Chapter 4888, Law of Florida
the 20th; day of October, A. D. 1913'I .
- ----- =----- --- ----- -- Notice is hereby jriven that Ernest '' Witness my official signature and seal this
I Brannon, of Ocoee Florida, purchaser M'I' 24th day of September. A. D. 191S.
11111.1.11.11..1..1..1..1111.1..1..111111111.. tax certificate No. 115, dated the first day of I I ISea1t B. M. ROBINSON,
11111111111111111111..111.111111111111111111.. June, A. D. 1903 has filed said certificate in I Clerk Circuit Court, Orange County, Florida.
my office, and has made application for tax
deed to issue in accordance with law. Said
certificate embraces the following described I Preliminary plans are already being
property situated in Orange county, Florida, made for the speed boat races to beheld
THE : to-wit: Lot 9, block i, Ocoee. The said land '!
: :: being assessed at the date of the issuance of j in St. Augustine next spring.

: . . , , . .'

I Grand Theatre i JUST ARRIVED!

: And the little Ford shall lead them.

.. .. It's first in sales-first in economyand
first in the esteem ot those

: MOTION PICTURES : : who love safety, surely and comfort
I The Latest Fad in
because of its
: Pictures Changed Daily. :. :, -

,, strength and lightness. It Neckwear

leads in salesservicesatlsfaction.Think .
: MUSIC Furnished Regularly : Velvet Cravats

what these prices mean-for the car
I II that has stood the tests; Runabout, $565;
I I, Touring Car, $620--f. o. b. Orlando, with all
Get catalog and all particularsfrom
:. FIRST SHOW .7,15 P.M :. :I equipment.

SECOND SHOW 8.15 P.M :. :, F. G. RUSH,

# Phone 226 SCRUGGS & DICKSO N

I. :; ADMISSION. .. .. .. . . . . .. .. 5 and 10 cents The home of Bart, Scbaffner & Alan Clothes

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IlilllllllllMHMIMM I ((37) store fixtures, platform scales,
York, Sept. 22.-"Daredevil Washington, Sept. 22.The tariff Home Journal Patterns i Stimson computing counter scales,
Murphy," as Joseph P. Murphy is conference committee today voted to What You Want :i'etc., costing $200. If sold at once
ih' all : ,$100 will buy all. Address Chamber
the numbers
known because of his high diving leave bananas on the free list. Aftera ; new lin, Box 144, Orlando, Fla. 23-6t
feats, took what he called a "practice" long controversy, as the influenceof I Iat I-
How You: Want It
jump off the Brooklyn bridge yesterday President Wilson was thrown in : = II FOR RENT
,was picked up unharmed by favor of the continued free importation : I
When You Want ItilMIIIIMMIHIIIttltlti
three of his friends in a rowboat, and ; of the fruit, the senate confereesreceded II FOR RENT-To adults only, five fur-
afterwards went calmly to sleep in a from their amendment, which I nished rooms; modern 406 Colonial .

police station cell, where he was would have imposed a duty of one- McCULLOCH'SDEPARTMENT 4TT For anything in the M I II Drive E. 17-6t-eod

placed on a charge of "attempted sui tenth of 1 cent per pound., II line of PRINTING P I FOR RENT-Large, well furnished

cide. The senate conferees also gave way STORE \JI' come to us and we 'I i room to persons wishing suburban
Murphy made his 135-foot jump as to the duty on lemons, limes, grape II will guarantee you 'accommodations; also 2 acres good
clad in a bathing suit, which he wore fruit and similar fruits, leaving the tilfctorywork prices 'truck, land, close in. Good opportu-

under his street clothes, discardingthe rates as fixed by the house, based on I : A full line of Lace, Embroideries, : that are RIGHT. I nity Sentinel.for right person. Address 9-8tf AI",
latter on the bridge promenadeand the measurement of packages. The I I
leaping off,the railing in sight of senate had fixed a flat rate of one- : Ladies' Muslin Underwear : MMMMMIMMIMIMMiltMUNNIMAKERS FOR RENT-Store room on the busy
the Sunday bridge crowds before a half of one cent per pound. The I corner of Church and Garland
policeman who ran for him could get house rates agreed to are a slight reduction and Gingham : streets. Size of store 24x70. Good
near him.LIGHT over existing rates. I I I opening for dry goods, shoes and mil
Notices of Lost. Wanted. For Sale, For
For School Dresses Rest etc.. for this column. 25c for one day I!I linery store. W. M. Slemons. 9-6-1m
SOl for three days or 75c for one week for
25 words or less. Money must accompanythe
PORTIONS OF SOUTH TO CARRY OUT VOW advertisements for this column as no - -
-- -- - -
Next Door to Evan's Jewelry Store i insertions will be made on credit. FOR SALE OR RENT-Seven room

Washington, Sept. 22.-Light frost Logansport, Ind., Sept. 22.-Fulfill MISCELLANEOUSMoney modern house. Phone 515, or ad.
occurred this morning in Tennessee, ing a vow which he is said to have liMIMIIMMMiMMHHIMMMMMMMIIMCcMHi'Read dress Box 85. :26
extreme northern Alabama and west.. made six years ago,'Tony Antolin, a to loan on improved prop-
ern Carolina, it was announced in reports Sicilian, shot and fatally wounded erty. S. Y. WAY. COTTAGE, barn and five acres of
The Sentinel "Want Ads" land for sale
Every Day or rent. Inquire of
here today to the United States Antonio Carrabone, a quarryman,
ASK your grocer for Jackson Square J. Schnarr, 49 West Church street
weather bureau. Frost tonight is here late yesterday.. Antolin came - -- Coffee. 621tf.
prophesied for the Middle Atlantic here from Seattle, Wash., to committhe 111.11".111",1,1.,1,1.11.,11..111,111....,... 16tf.

states,. and the north portion of the deed. I :MONEY to loan. Phone' 437, or inquire LOST AND FOUND
South Atlantic states. Antolin shot at Carrabone as he, at this office. 18-tf

accompanied by a friend, left his [ELECTRIC l[ VACUUM CLEANER l[ [ j FOR SALE LOST-Liver city tag 91. colored Please pointer notify Butt'sRandy with
Nashville, Tenn., Sept. 22.-The home. The shot went wild, and while : Kitchen. tf

first frost of the season covered mid- Carrabone ran his friend grappledwith FOR SALE-New modern five-roorn
die Tennessee last night. Apparentlylittle the assailant. Antolin fought house, centrally located. Apply this LOST-Between town and Beck Lum
office. 7-1 d & tf ber company saw mill, package containing
damage to crops will result. pursued Carrabone a 1 time book and $81. Return to
Only four times in the history of the quarter of a mile and shot him. The FOR SALE-In large or small quan Beck Lumber company and receive

local weather bureaus have earlier wounded man is not expected to live. Have tities, cabbage, tomato and lettuce reward. 9-213t
frosts been recorded. Antolin escaped. your room or housecleaned plants. Bartlett Gardens, Orlando, WANTED

SIX DEAD, ONE DYING, AS WILSON SIGNS PANAMA without dust or troubleof Fla. WANTED-Plain sewing of at)

moving furniture ,. I' property, $450 upright piano, nearly vorite theater. 9':t-tmo.
new; also 5-pasenger Buick, in
Birmingham, Ala., Sept. 22.-Six Washington, Sept. 22.-President !'good order. Chamberlin, Box 144, WANTED TO BUY an automooile
persons are dead and a seventh is dying Wilson has signed the bill recently !Orlando, Fla. 23-GtA
or preferred. : be
at an infirmary here as a resultof passed by congress.providing that all The Pierce. Electric Co. send I ,
an Experienced -1 FARM FOR SALE-On easy in good repair. L A. Lewi 40t
a wave of crime in Jefferson coun- articles imported from foreign coun-
j terms, or would exchange for income East street. !)-?'1-.it
ty Sunday tries for the of exhibition
purpose at i property in any city between ----- -
Henry Morgan was killed as he the Panama-Pacific exposition shall be ii[i Jacksonville and Tampa. Chamberlin, STENOGRAPHER WANTED-State
stepped from a trolley car in the coun admitted free of duty. Infringement i Box' 144, Orlando, Fla.: 23-6t full particulars and salary expected.
I FOR RENT-Good stable, also
try by two negroes, who escaped afte- of the rights of foreign exhibitors SEE THEM FOR TERMS | three minutes walk from post-garage Address in own handwritingP.
robbing the body. Macon Colquitt, would be punished by imprisonmentor office. Inquire J. Van Buskirk, City 0. Box 487. 21 :3t
negro, killed his wife and surrenderedto fine, or both, in the discretion of !i Clerk's office. 23-6t .
the police, and Mounted Policeman the court. Representative Kahn, of --- f! EVERYBODY'S DOING IT
'FOR SALE 100 of
acres good pine
Norrell killed Dave Evans, California, is the author
negro of the act.
I and hammock land on the east side Automobiling. We are open for

after Two the negroes latter were had shot stabbed at him.to death I: The farmers in Ojus, in Dade county t The PIERCE f ELECTRIC[ T L C01'llnc. !.is i of exceedingly Lake Apopka.good This for tract citrus of growling land n an dates evening, picnic drive.parties Call, or 360 a or crowd ask for for
and The timber is i
.and:' another was. struck, over the.. head-]I are bush planting seed beds and ', s i its virgin trucking.state. Also city lot, OIC. W. Wills)', careful driver.

with an axe by an unidentified assail-, preparing ground for fall planting. feet, fronting three streets, Orange I
ant. He will die. A negro woman Indications are that the acreage planted i CHURCH: STREET avenue, Jackson and Boone; centrally Want ads. in the Sentinel are he
located fine hotel site. Call
died of poisoning and the police sus to vegetables will be much greater ; on or' means of selling and renting propertywhen
I address Mrs W. T. WalKer, Orlando,
pect she was murdered. than heretofore I.., IIIIIIIII..I.IIII..DIII.... .II..IIII.illlllll.I Fla, 9-ll-lm all other means fail.
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To those who Know .Us


We Would Extend Thanks For the Continued Patronage ot our Store and Await Their Further Commands



We would say for our mutual benefit let us get acquainted. We want to know you jj j

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We bid for your . We extend liberal j

business on .. credit to all and

the merits of j r s erR make special 1

tit a sY. k. aV sx-y

H our termstothosewho i

merchandiseand wish it.


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lowness of our We do a large volumeof

prices -"' this. kind of business.F .


Do you need a Go-cart? Do you need a Refrigerator? I

Do you need a MOSQUITO NET ? Do you need a FREEZER ?


F .... Kincaid & Bno-w-den

Low Price Furniture Co. ,, Cor. Main and Pine Streets, Orlando, Fla.


p _ _ _ _

niinviu: ir for 1ne UAPII] WE CARRY A FULL LINE f f T I for tne t

LILIII I II IIU IIIIIIIILUiJ of the best HARNESS la stock at all times

Buggies for sale..We Solicit Your Business -

: : i DainVerticaILiItMoer .

M.V.7 YM d vJl'..
Superior to others in its Light Draft and Simplicity -

The Principal Points Characterizing:

i Eti', :!_, .. Compensating GearsLong Pitman Shaft-
\ Alignment of Cutter Bar-Centering the Knives- = o
Vertical Lift- Adjustable Draft Hitch- \.

f= -- ; __ An Easy Foot Lift-Material and Workmanship- ,
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Farm Implements and Vehicles -- -
of all kinds >,


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GOOD-BVE TO "BIG DIPPER"I IHMMIMMIMtltllMIMMIMIMMMMimilMMtm 4 11..111818..1..1..1..1..1..11.1..1..1..111'e..I., ... .. ..
I Is Market Day at the PURE FOOD '

r Constellation Is-Pieces Slowly Falling to ::, E very Day STORE.Vegetables Daily, combined arrivals with of Fruit our com and I ORLANDO O BANK A K & TRUST 1 COMPANY f fCapital _

familiar of '
The "Big Dipper, most : plete stock of pure eatables at lowest prices gives you an advantage
all constellations, being the one by not enjoyed by people of larger communities.
North Star is located, is
which the I
and Surplus and Undivided Profits $130.000.00.
slowly falling to pieces. In 200,000 :

years the great configuration, as we Here Are Some Market Thoughts: Resources over Three-quarters ol a Million.
see it, will not exist, and in fact it
did not exist 200,000 years ago. 26 oz.Mason Jar Queen Olives, 45c 2 Cans tall Pink Salmon, - 25c i Statement As Rendered to the Comp!
Such is the announcement by Prof. 10 oz.Bottle " 25c Lemon,Cling Peaches, per can, 25cHoz. troller at the Close of Business
Heber D. Curtis, astronomer at Lick .Bottle S\\tttor Sour PUs, 2Se Cream Cheese, per Ib., - - 25c June 30th, 1913
Observatory and member of the faculty -
of the University of California.This .
House, Furnitureand
fact was discovered by study of ......
PURE FOOD STOREPhone Fixtures ... .$ 25,867.37
the motion of stars through comparison 4 .
; Loans and Discounts ..... 355,589
with records kept by astronomersfor 203iiiiniiiiiiiiiiMiiitiiiiiiimimniiiiimtiiiiii Overdrafts ...,........... 83.98
150 years. I:I ., ,;x' Stocks and Bonds .,."..,. 26,018.33
"Stars," Prof. Curtis explains, t
I Cash on Hand and in Banks 254,083.11
"have two motions-that in orbits and : II : T :
that which is a path through the sky t I1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111IUnods I I It' $661,647.12
known as the proper motion. The '

stars in the Big Dipper are not all i Capital ...LIABILITIES..............$100,00000
moving in the same direction in their rr T IT out once I f Surplus and Undivided

proper motion. Five are going in one +' Profits ................ 33,889.11
general direction, two others in a dif- Deposits ................ 527,758.01
ferenct direction. But relative to the @
distance from the earth, their pace is
so slow that centuries must pass before .' : RIGHT NOW we offer two propositions on TERMS OF $10 $661,647.12The
A th econstellation will have van- : DOWN AND $10 PER MONTH. Every young man in t X54United officers and directors of the Or-
ished." -- Orlando should embrace this chance to begin or add to his, lando Bank and Trust Co. desire to
I estate. call the attention of its depositors and
THE SCHOOL WALLFLOWERA : friends and the citizens of Orlandoto
I the above statement. The
word ought to be said about your : +u ment of the Bank feels that this show-
duty to the students who are always : On the Map Before Seminole County ing reflects the conservative, sane and
"left out of things." Many a real : Inside Lots $100. Corner Lots $125. progressive methods employed in this
tragedy has been silently lived by : Money and six per cent interest back one year from the date L financial institution. Strength begets
misunderstood or disliked boys and you complete purchase if dissatisfied. confidence, and strength is no where
girls at school. If you are one of displayed better by a bank than in
them, make up your mind that you States Government, State and County Depository healthful statements to its patrons.IMIMIMMIIMIMmMMtltMHH.
will be agreeable. Don't resent it;I
that only makes it worse. Just be Near Lake Underhill. Finest grove land and finest groves !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!' 11111'111J AA A. A.AAA.AAAA.AAAJ.AJ A A A a A>M AIMIIilMMMHMMMMMHMfl
cheerful and patient; watch yourselfto I' in Orange County. Develop a grove on your monthly! spare ; ;
see if you have any little oddities change. PRICE $50 PER ACRE. Timber practically pa'sfor I MCimMHMMIIiMMiMIMMMMMMMiMMIMiW.
i clearing.
that make you an undesirable com-
panion; try to like ever}body-and
you will soon find people liking you. NO INTEREST-NO TAXES
If you are one of the peculiar set be until you own the deed. M. SLEMON
on the lookout to cheer those who are I .
among the "left outs." You will be
surprised at the pleasure you will find! ; Room 2. Watkins Block.
and at the sweetness of some of, the

friendships Herald.thus formed.-The Christian -!I' 'lllllllMMIIIIIIIIUllllllltMIHIttllllllllMMIHCOME ur ew fall ooos rB ow Coffling gin

rolls in West
The city assessment 'I
Palm Beach have just been completedand
show the valuation of property I 11 1 U n RI B DTW NOW

there, personal and real, based upon I SEE ON
a one-third valuation, to be ,1,281-1 j We sell high grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co.
I made by Schloss Bros., of Baltimore. "King Qualit}" Shoes.
Pensacola News of the 18th
The ALSO OUK Boys' Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand. Elliott's Table Linen and Towels. ,
says: "Mrs. M. Beal, one hundred
years of age, died yesterday at her Pants and Overalls made by Sweet, Orr Dry Goods from H. B. Claflin & Co.
home near Ferry Pass and was buried;
yesterday afternoon in Whitmire I New Felt Hats & Co. Best place in the city to trade.

netery. The cause of death was j
given as senility and her age was I
given as 100 years on the burial certificate
which was filed by Pou's undertaking -I MISSES HILTON & DUNN W. M. SLEMONSORANGE
establishment. The de-,
ceased is survived by four or five
sons, the oldest being more than fifty-'I Agents for Barclay CorsetsHMMIIIttlllMmilMllilllMIIMMHMMtlHIIIIII AVENUE
five years of age. Mrs. Beal was .
well known and greatly esteemed in ...,, ,..,. ... '..... ... . .....& ...MHMMilBlUt
Escambia and Santa Rosa counties."
I iMillllllMtliilMMIIMMiMMHMMMMMMIIMIItHIMUMMntlllllliltllM' *

of take Lafayette being official the county action first Florida claims in designating the county credit toI\"I::, F For r The Next Thirty n Bays Stylish t ann of rYiceaole oAreI ann ccessmies( at [conomlcal rrices f

good roads days, at which time free-'i:: J J'Ve
will offerings in the shape of two'
Suits for men, women or bojs.Dresses If you intend to spend the holiday out of
days' good, hard work from each citizen -!' will be pleased to list both city and county for women and girls. town do not forget these:
of the county is expected. The Straw or felt hats or caps for man or boy. U M B R ELL AS.
Lafayette county board of commissioners I property, both improved and unimproved. A postal or New Neckwear. PARASOLS
officially stepped into the good Crepe and muslin waists. RAINCOATS
telephone call will bring a representative.
roads at their meeting on Sep
game Wool and cotton dress skirts.
Suit Cases, Grips or Trunks-a Complete
tember 1, and the 15th and 16th days
Balkan blouses. Line.
of October were designated as Lafayette -
county good roads days, and nRITTAIN & WAY
Chairman Mathis has already issued t ; Come in and pay us a visit anytime just to look around.. We feel sore yw will see !
citizen something to interest
his proclamation calling on every J'ILB.SALOMONORLANDQ
to be ready to get busy on the REAL ESTATE AND INVESTMENTS

lays named and put in two solid 15 SOUTH ORANGE AVENUEHMHiMiimiiimiiMtiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiH
days' work for good roads.-Mayo

Note in Jacksonville Metropolis. 0 illMllltlllllllllltMiMMMMHIMiM ...t211..II'.llllllt.tl..I..II...

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1111111111111111111111111111111111111111.1111111111,' rather than with blushes and apolo- I in'.iiiiiiiiiiiiiii'.iiiiiiii'.i'.u'.ii'.v..n'umit

Louis C. Massey, President. gies.Give your city clerk a place in Tw

X MUM Wasp Tkt. m. L Watat In* tekhr which to transact the city's businessas
+ .... Co IM1a& .r'I QrWe s.a..I a.Nr.. .All,hWr it should be done, and doubtless
would be, were he provided with the
proper facilities.
THESTATE Provide safes and vaults in whichto The Only

keep and protect the city maps,
, books, and documents of every de

BANK scription unprotected, that are from now fire of, water necessityleft and UNiTED STATES[ DEPOSITARY[r _

theft. Under present conditions, .
should a fire destroy the city hall as

,it is today, the city would suffer an IN ORLANDO
of OrlandoTHE : untold loss.Provide .

I : adequate filing facilities,
I and receptacles for city papers, so $
OLDEST BANK IN THE 'CITY that when a citizen shall call for IS 1
something not in daily use, it may be !?/
OF found within a reasonable length of :
time, and without obliging the clerkto
go into some dark closet, pull outa r iJr
half dozen or more boxes, and huntan k r ,-
half hour for something that
The Bank which transacts more business than C115h9w0
should be found at a moment's notice,
any Bank between Jacksonville and Tampa in a well appointed office.I s;.

note also that the "cash register,"I.
UNITED STATES, STATE, COUNTY AND CITY or "cash drawer," in the city clerk's
DEPOSITORYThe office, is the "trouser's pocket" of
each one who receives money. Wouldany
merchant or business man in the
large patronage of this Bank has been built up city of Orlando attempt to do busi .
sends his deposits to us (as do our ever
ness on such plan today? Perish]
conducting its business any
during twenty years by on sound
k the thought. increasing mail depositors throughout the
banking principles with careful attention to the legitimate Provide up-to-date facilities, adopt surrounding country).

wants of customers. The confidence of the public up-to-date methods, and demand up-
to-date service for up-to-date, people, OTHER NATIONAL BANKS
is reuected in the large amount of deposits.
such as every one of you would be deposit with us for the credit of the U. S.
Average deposits First Quart er of 1913, $900,000 pleased to be known.
Treasury any sums they may owe it.
Just here let us consider for a moment
t FOUR PER CENT PAID ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTSOur our present "voting place." We U. S. WARRANTS '
pass up a side alley, face the.cala-
are cashed by us, and charged to the U. S.Treasurer's .
boose, a huge pile of stable manure,
correspondent banks are located in every part of
and enter the side door of the firehouse I account
I the world and include some of the largest Banks in the between two fine horses with .

United States. two more just in front of us. Seated NO OTHER ORLANDO BANK

I I around a square table we see the does this, nor is a United States depositary
M 111111111111111111111111'1111111111111111111111111.. judges and clerk of election, and
',' .. ., .. their advertisements to the contrary -
- neitner ot tne lour horses is more
I PLATFORM FOR CITY than ten feet from them; fine horses, notwithstanding.
COMMISSIONERS to be sure, but-? These men must
occupy such a position from sun to
FOR VICE-PRESIDENT (Continued From First Page.) I sun on any election day, and stay on

rialty ,and our light and water bills the job, having their meals served,
will be several notches below present and to be eaten in this stable, at $2: .1
FLORIDA REPRESENTATIVE BELIEVES rating. per. Who would not be an election iHlliMIIMMiilMMIIIMIIIIIIMMMIMfilllllMQillllMM/IMIilllVIIM MM

CABINET OFFICERS By all means let us have adequate I official? And this is where the dignified . .HMIIIMIItlllMMlMmMIMMMHMMMMHMIMM ,ittMMMMIimiliMM

SHOULD BE FURNISHED educational facilities. The schoolsare Orlandoite must go to exercisehis -
RESIDENCE about to open, and we have no right of franchise, in this City milMMMmmilMMIIMMIMMMMHMMMHMtltHtaMtlHMHIIMIttHH*
place to put the children. Scores of Beautiful.
them The city fathers of Orlando have
Representative Clark, chairman of I must of necessity remain at ,
home and lose a 'ear's in the past, had many opportunitiesto
the house committee on public build- ) opportunity,
ings and grounds, believes that thereis which with the children of the poorer purchase suitable quarters, and a SPECIAL !
no reason why the country should class means a loss never to be regained good home for the city, but they had
as they must seek not the means to spare to secure
provide a luxurious mansion for the employment -
chief executive and not provide some I at a very early age in order to them. Meantime they were taken up i
sort of a home for the vicepresidentand keep the family t9gether and provide by private interests, and within the
for the younger ones. This, however past five or eight years these same
also make similar provision for ,
cabinet officers. is nothing new, our city fathers have properties have advanced and doubled
Following Representative Clark's known of this crying need and failedto many times the price at which the FRIDAY ATURllAY ANn M NnAY

theory that the government has prepare for it, thus neglecting the city might have secured them. Or-
enough land in the District of Colum higher and nobler part of the children, lando is growing more rapidly than ,
bia for public building purposes, he and the part that makes ,them desir the majority of her people realize.
mentions as a tentative propositionfor able citizens in any part of the coun Dirt in this immediate vicinity is
the vice-president's home the site worth looking after, and it is high
now occupied on Pennsylvania avenue try.We are sorely in need of a rear time that we secure a city home that ii JOOO Yards 18-Inch FLOUNCING the

I southeast, by the marine hospital. rangement of our electric lightingshtem will be a credit to us and to our city '
Representative Clark picked up the in order that we may receivethe when compared with others in this ; Latest Patterns for Corset Covers and Princess In !

idea that the government should pro greatest efficiency possible for state.
vide homes for the vice-president and the money we are paying, and no one Rome was not built in a'day, neither : ; Slips. Regular 25c values -
cabinet members while the "advisa will question the fact that we are can we build all we should have in
bility of buying a large tract of pri I paying ample at the present time. We Orlando in a day, but we can work in .
vate property on Sixteenth street, also know what we are getting. the right direction, honestly, earnestly -
near Florida avenue, was being urged With the installation of our sewer unselfishly, fearlessly and cheerfully -
upon him. The owner of the property age system we are hoping for bettersanitary with the co-operation of our
pointed out the advantages of the conditions, but we are still fellow men who will bid us God speedso 500 Yards-The New CASTILLIAN MO. V J
place as a home for the vicepresident. sadly in need of a system of sanita- long as we are open and aboveboard
tern in the outlying districts not inviting criticism from the individuals HAIR. Correct Patterns for Children's School
"I think the vice-president shouldbe reached by the sewerage systek I. and a free and unmuzzled D C I

given a home here," said Mr. They are compelled to pay city taxes, press at all times. These are things : Dresses. Regular 35c sellers now -
today, "but,I do not believe it is necessary and many of them have no sidewalks, that make and keep men as God intended ,
to buy the land. Also I believe very little or no light, no water service they should be-honest, up'

that the cabinet members shouldbe I f __,_ neither, sewer nor bucket service right, respectable citizens.
given homes, and these homes ana in many instances, streets
should be scattered around various that are such in name only, as they
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parts of the city. A thousand dollarsa afford first-class grazing for herds of
month is a large salary-in some cattle and horses, as will be cheerfully -
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places-but a cabinet officer with vouched for by our police force,
nothing but his salary has to watch and easily proven by the frequent Program Changed DailyToday's THE SUIT DEPARTMENTThe
his expenses very carefully. We herds seen huddled in our city impounding .
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ought to give them homes here, so I pens.
that the poor and capable men could Oppose all rings, cliques and clans "The Half-Breed Parson" (101 Bi
afford to take office." that try to run your city and show son). A thrilling two-reel Western
Mr. Clark also declares he favors partiality to the classes. Treat every Indian drama. All of those who saw Latest Creations from the

complete self government for the Dis one alike-rich and poor should all Saturday's two-reel Indian drama
trict of Columbia, but no change in look alike when it comes to justice in "The Darling of the Regiment," will Cream of the Markets
the half-and-half system by which the free America. not miss this one; others must not

United States contributes to the cost Give us a good, clean campaign, This dramatic picture is a great surprise ARE ARRIVING DAILY
of maintaining' the national capital. with good, clean candidates who will being on an altogether different
Representative Frank Clark last night not attempt to ride a span of horsesto theme than any other.
told members of the East Washington secure votes, and who are too dig "Blood Will Tell" (Imp.). Drama.
Citizens' association that congress is nified to sling mud, remembering that Another great drama with King Bag-
ready to grant suffrage to the peopleof any one can sling mud if he cares to got and an all-star company. The
Washington.The stoop low enough to pick it up. Bea story centers on two sons and their'
Florida members' remarks, booster for Orlando, and may the mother. One son, a detective, knows N. P. YOWELL
t made at the first fall meeting of the best man win, and every citizen do his brother is not just what he oughtto
association, preceded action by that his duty. be, and handcuffs him. The mother

r #body in unanimously indorsing a resolution Demand of our ice and water company pleads to no avail. To tell the rest
(p" introduced by Capt. William that they live up to their con would spoil it.' You have just got to ., iiiiiittiiiiimimttf . ,.mm . imiiit
M. Potter favoring a district delegate tract with the city, and filter all wa see it.
:"in congress. The resolution recites ter before converting the Matinee, 2 to 5. Night, 7 to 10. is the
same into BASEBALL RESULTS IN "Judicially dry" way some of i Burning the candle at both ends is
that congress shall be requested to ice; also insist that they properly Admission 5 cents to all. THE BIG LEAGUES I the papers describe the condition in a poor way to make both ends meet.-
make such arrangement by legisla protect the waters in Lake Highland i Seminole county. We'd like to hear .Anonymous.
tion or constitutional amendment a I from surface water, refuse, and worse AT THE LUCERNE TODAY Special to The Sentinel I the construction put upon this -language -
shall enable the citizens of the District than refuse, being dumped upon its National League Results by Cols. Bob Holly and Tom When President Wilson appeared

to elect by ballot a delegate to shores, from whence comes our.water Three Fine Reels Pittsburg, 1-0;, Brooklyn, 6-1. Bates.-Orlando Sentinel. I before congress to read his
the house of representatives.On supply.In "The Quakeress" (Bron.). Two American League Results That's easy, Joe. Judicially dry on the Mexican situation a Washington message-
the name of civic pride and com reels. New York, 3; Cleveland, 1. I: means that any one can get a drink dispatch said "he slowly filed in."
the 14th of October Tarpon mon decency, let us have a city hall "Devilish Doctor" (Maj.). One-reel Boston, 3-2; Chicago, 2-3. except the judge and he is judicially From which we infer that the presi-
Springs will vote on a bond issue of in keeping with the City Beautiful, comedy. Philadelphia, 21; Detroit, 8. disbarred from getting next-Sanford dent has so grown in the estimation ..
$60,000 for .city hall, jail, fire depart one that our citizens may show to the Washington, 3; St. Louis, 5. Herald. of the people of the national capital !
ment, paving, sewer and water front
visiting thousands who come here A want ad. in the Sentinel gives I that they now regard him as a pro-
improvements. I IJ every year, with just a tinge of pride, I you a handshake with opportunity. Subscribe for the Sentinel I Subscribe for the Sentinel cession.-New Orleans States.


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