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 25, 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 ,a



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FROM TAXATION Mil\ IE NfW LAW\ Orlando, Fla., Sept.' 24, 1913. Alderman G. P. Gwynne yesterday MAKE STRONG FIGHT i LAID WASTE

The Daily Sentinel: announced for city commissioner,,
I note in this morning's Sentinel making the second member of coun- I

MONEYSOME that "one of our younger men," who cil to announce for a place on the city
does not care to use his name until he board to be organized under the com-
finds out how his ideas are accepted, mission charter, Alderman James L.
OFFICIAL TOUR OF has promulgated a platform for the Giles having made his announcement BE INQUIRED INTO
DISTRICTThe guidance of the city. As his plati- for mayor.It AT ALL
earth and
through-I tudes cover everything on is known that Alderman Dick
REVENUE FOR MUNICIPAL citrus fruit growers the waters under the earth, it is plain Holland is thinking seriously of en- Albany, N. Y., Sept. 24.-Decision I THEIR AID IN STUB

GOVERNMENTWhen out the belt show a commendable diSposition -\ that those of us who have grown up tering the race for commissioner, and of the high court of impeachment in BORN CONTEST

to abide the provisions of the with Orlando know nothing of her I his announcement is expected at any the trial of William Sulzer, governorof

the tax levy was made recently -, recently enacted green fruit law, according -! needs and must eventually call on this i time. New York, as to whether the arti- San Francisco, Sept. 24.-Forest 3

and the amount of revenue to' to Mr. W. J. Edwards, ort!I' self-created Moses to lead us out of: I Alderman Brush Walker was asked cles of impeachment relating to the fires which were burning today in various -
be derived from that source was Ocala, one of the inspectors appointed the wilderness of ignorance we haveso governor's money deals should enter: sections of northern California
I yesterday if he expected to become
known there was some comment by by Governor Trammell to see that the long wandered in. So long as this candidate and into the testimony was recognized to. have already caused losses estimatedat
I a replied emphatically
those unfamiliar with city affairs law is enforced. '! timid "younger man" keeps within day as the crucial point in the preliminary considerably more than one mil-
that he would not. "I was opposed to
Mr. Edwards was in Orlando last distance of truth he is entitled work of the trial.
questioning the amount as sufficientto seeing I the commission charter," he said, I lion dollars. In Napa county, a ter-
pay the running expenses of the night after having made some inspections i' to say what he pleases and to a Several members of the court were i ritory 18 miles long and 5 miles wide
"and I consider myself out of it now; '
city.The at Oakland during the day. He 'j I respectful hearing, but I do not pro- I'll sit back and see the horses run." absent when Attorney Austen G. Fex has been laid waste and early today

city receives annually a consid- was returning from Kissimmee and I pose to sit quiet and let statements Aldermen Sims, Jackson and Smith resumed his argument in behalf of COO men were at work trying to check
erable sum from the operation of the leaves today for Leesburg, where hei 1 i that are either intentionally misleading have not publicly expressed them- the Sulzer contentions, that the gov the spreading flames. The greatest

mayor's court; this is an institution was called to inspect several ship-i or made in utter ignorance of the I] selves in regard to entering the race. ernor's money deals should not enter!'damage has been in Capell, Foss and
which pays for itself many times ments before they were consigned.Mr. '; true facts go without reply where into the testimony. lie opened by at- !!,Gordon canyons, where ranch houses,
over. The collections in fines and for- Edwards is one of four inspectors such statements if left unanswered I The entries up to date include C. E. tacking the statement of Judge Par- !'orchards and grain fields have been

feitures for \he last year were over and his territory embraces the would leave the implication that they Howard, H. Clark Robertson and G ker, that the constitution permitted II '.in the path of the fire.

three thousand dollars. The matterof counties of Alachua, Marion, Putnam, ; were true. I quote: I P. Gwynne, for commissioner, andI the assembly to impeach at any time i!|! A desperate fight was being made

occupation taxes is another source Seminole, Orange, Osceola and Lake. i i "Demand of our ice and water I Alderman James L. Giles and Mr. E I for any cause. ,: to save Napa, Soda Springs and Wil

of revenue, and amounted last yearto The inspector stated that his appoint- company that they live up to their F. Sperry, for mayor. "This attempt on the part of the I I son's Inn, both of which were still in

nearly five thousand dollars. At ment lasted for little more than sixty '! contract with the city, and filter all i Mr. J. F. Schuman announced for, managers to remove William Sulzer!j'!danger at daybreak. Wild Horse Valley -

the last meeting of city council the days. The bars will be down after;' water before converting into ice." I I mayor, but withdrew from the race I for acts performed while he was ai i| ten miles east of Napa, still was

county returned to the city the November 5, and he began his work I This is very much like the definitionof yesterday in the interest of harmony, private citizen," he said, "is a novel threatened and state troops were aid-

amount of taxes collected by the the first of September. The new law ; the word "Crab" in an English dictionary lIe stated that he didn't care to complicate ,. doctrine, never heard before in any ': ing large forces of fire fighters at

county from city property for the carries an appropriation $2,500 for' -"" fish that walks back' the race by remaining in aftef court of justice, never broached in !;that point. In Capell and Foss Valleys -

road and bridge fund, amounting to the pay of inspectors and to other- ward." Agassiz on seeing it said,"' Mr. Sperry had announced.I II any constitutional convention, never I 17 houses had been destroyed.In .

more than six thousand dollars. The wise enforce the law. ,"The definition is excellent with two I !' It is believed that the next fey r submitted to any English-speaking. I Santa Cruz county the fire

bucket taxes and penalties amountedto No trouble had been experiencedso exceptions-the crab is not a fish and I days will bring forth other announce. I people. roared through thick underbrush and

over three thousand dollars, but far this season, said Mr. Edwards, does not walk backwards." ments. Several other names have "Unhappily, a scant majority of i big redwoods towards Santa Clara

this source of revenue will be cut off, and he had been given plenty of workto !| So our retiring friend could easily, i;been suggested. the assembly, prompted by what motive -I county.

entirely it may be hoped, with the installation do. lie had subjected some or- have found out that we have no con.1 i we shall not attempt to guess, NEW HAVEN OFFICIALS
of the anges to the aoid test' and hid found this tribunalto BLAMED FOR WRECK
sewer system. I tract with the city in regard to ice > are now praying august
The list of the items which contrib- none so far that met the test, but he and more remarkable still that every ;j FIRST WELL AT SINKHOLE I, do away with the limitations with

uted to the income of the city last said that he had heard of no oranges drop of water that goes into ice is (I which the wisdom of our fathers has Special to The Sentinel.Washington .
is being shipped. lie admitted that the I surrounded' Sept. 24.-The Inter.
year reproduced by way of showing twice filtered and more than that is GOES THROUGHDRILL the exercise of the great
in what way the additional revenuesare tests made of oranges were made distilled from steam. Ice goes into I I II power to accuse of willful misconductin i state Commerce Commission bitterly
derived. Some some little time and it was denounces the officials of the New
of them will be ago pos- office.
every home in Orlando ana the insinuation -
less for the current year than they sible that some of the more forwardones that it is not properly made WENT DOWN HUNDREDAND I I "It was to be expected that sooneror I York, New Haven & Hartford rail-

were last year, and some will be might meet the required test demands immediate denial. later the popular branch of some!: road in a report on the recent wreck
greater. The likelihood is, in fact, at this time. legislature, acting in the heat of political -peo-ple I
The moral effect of the law 1 Again he insinuates that the elecItric | CRUST WAS BROKENThe I
that the total income will be greater thinks excitement possibly, with a
than the figures show, but in any Mr. Edwards, will be wholesome in plant is inefficient I will make; sire to gratify the personal de"'I'I I government has the right to enforce

event these figures afford a basis of every respect, operating to the advantage the gentleman this offer: If he can !' first of the two wells that are of some powerful political safeguards for traffic and that the
calculating the city's total revenue of the growers and the consumers. . find in the state of Florida outside of to be drilled at the sink hole near( !I direct cause of the wreck was the failure -
which is not far from what may be: The latter will feel when they Jacksonville, Pensacola, Key West, the cemetery for the drainage of that of the train crew to obey rules
!'Tampa and Miami, a plant as well I which the officials of the road had
reasonably expected. buy Florida fruit that they are get- body of water penetrated the crust thority. I'
Where the Money Comes From ting a product that has met the required equipped as ours we will pay him one yesterday and reached the cavern of I "We can not shut our eyes to the made no effort to enforce.THAW'S .

Fines and forfeitures . . .$ 3597.5C I tests of fitness for consump. hundred dollars or give it to charity. water below the earth. ( fact that there is today a large number -

Occupation taxes . . .. 4,855.G tion and the growers will benefit b)'. : If he can present proof that he is The waters came boiling up in the j of our fellow citizens, led by dis-
fairly honest we will let him make his MOTHER RESENTS
Road and bridge tax received a greater demand. casing with such fury that the work- I tinguished and popular leaders, whose

from county . . . . . G,187.3 ;, own investigation and his own report. ers were inclined to think that they I'very political creed embodies an impatience -I
Bucket tax . . . . . . . 3,:.! 4IIMAN And while he is about it we will pay had struck the real and original brim- j of constitutional restraint I ATTACKS BY JEROME
HEADS the same amount if he does find
NEW not
Bucket tax penalties . . 183.; stone pool which is alleged to exist i|and who demand that the final test !I
that our water plant is the largest in''
Cess pool and street sweep- somewhere beneath the earth. i shall not be a judicial interpretation i

ing collections . . . . 571.73 PARK COMMISSIONMRS. 1 they Florida are outside all much of the larger same than cities-and Orlando.,'i The well was started about ten :of the constitution, but the duly ascertained [, MRS. MARY TILUV ISSUES BITj -

Tax certificates redeemed. 725.21 I days ago, and an opening 160 feet I wish of the majority of the \j TIm STATEMENT AGAINST
Sale of lots and graves in In regard to the electric service, I deep was made before the cavern was '|: moment. I Ii I EX-DISTRICT ATTORNEYSpecial
. . WlIITI.ELECrED SECRETARTqVTKEASURER presume the gentleman refers to the "If view of the honorable I
cemetery . .. . . 638.00 reached. The other well will be startled j I the managers -
Received from impounded ; MR. \ fact that on three Saturday nights I I at once and will be drilled about be correct, then, indeed, all :; to The Sentinel.

stock . . . . . .. some vicious person has shortcircuitI I of constitutional limitation
. . 451.25 SPERRY SUPERINTENDENT ten feet from the location of the first. question Concord, N. II., Sept. 24.Interest
Interest on delinquent taxes 517.56 ed one section of the lighting circuit or construction is beside the mark, I second only to the ultimate fate of
Clearing lots, sanitary department The members of the park commission and caused much discomfort to the !, and this court should proceed to register Thaw centers tonight in the identityof

.. . . .. .. . . 42.42 -Mr. II. L. Beeman, president; consumers in that locality. Orlando I I: AUTOMOBILE AND OTHERLICENSE whatever decree it may be per-I the "man higher up" who planned
Stable manure . .. . .. .. 19.00 I Mrs. A. B. Whitman, secretary and I has an electrical inspector and heI suaded will best please the present Thaw's escape and against whom Je-
Received for general inter- treasurer, and Mr. E. F. Sperry, su- I knows, or can learn by inspection, TAXES DUE OCT. II 1 1I public demand. rome is seeking an indictment

est account .. . .. .. . 452.88 perintendent-held their first official that the section so burned out was \ "We shall all do well, when urgedto Jerome today qualified the state
meeting on Tuesday, and the enthusi- fused far above the consumption de- disregard the principles established ment male yesterday before Governor -

$21,518.76 astic manner in which they entered : mand of that circuit I I by law, to recall the words of Felker that a secret indictmenthad

From regular tax levy. .. 65,684.55 upon their duties argues well for the And now a last word to the "younger one of the greatest judges, 'to press been returned by the grand jury

object towards which they are devot- man" who is afraid of his name.I OF NEARLY SIX HUNDRED AUTO forward to a great principle by breaking against Thaw, by saying, "It is true

$87,203.31It ing their energies. have always been in favor of the LICENSES SEMINOLE GOT through every other great principle that no evidence has been shown thatan
cost $72,401.76 to run the city Many plans were discussed, and it commission plan. Three years ago I i that stands in the way of its establishment indictment was found against
last year. The tax levy is four mills was decided to have the grass mowedon made a public address at the invitation ONLY is as little consonant to I Thaw. As a matter of fact, an indictment -

greater for the present year and the the park property, preparatory to of the Board of Trade favoringthe private morality as to public jus was returned." This was
Tax Collector William E. Martin i is
tax assessments are heavier. The ad- the grading and leveling of the I plan. But I know, as do all of our tice.' taken to mean that through the ef-
ditional levy was made to care for the grounds. Later a walk is to circle I people, that the best men of our citi-I squaring himself for the duty of col- forts of Jerome and District Attorney
letting license taxes, which are due I
interest and sinking funds on newly Lake Eola. I zenship have been our aldermen and 1 1I Court Decides Against Sulzer I Conger of Duchess county an indict-
October 1.Among
issued bonds, so the increased taxes Mrs. Whitman, who holds the distinction I that they have faithfully conductedour I New York, Sept. 24.-By a vote of; ment had been returned against the
were not due to any increase in op- of being the only woman appointed business and the condition of our other taxes due at that time I 49 to 7 the high court of impeachment i j I man who planned Thaw's escape.

erating expenses. Orlando's tax levyis to this committee, has shown city testifies that we were not the set are the automobile license taxes. Its I today swept away Sulzer's last defense I Mrs. Mary Thaw today gave out a

13 mills, and the assessed valua great executive. ability in business of ignorant bunglers the platform as- a tug to collect these taxes, and it J on technicalities and sent the signed stater. nt in which she bitter

tions, revised to date, are $5,052,658. matters connected with the Civic sumes we were. Your letter in its hasn't been long since Collector Iar- governor to trial on actual facts, the!t I I ly attacked Jerome in reply to caustic -
League and other organizations, and essence; is an assumption of all knowl- tin closed his books for the past )"ear.1 j questions of law to be settled after I I i comments made by him concerning -

SLAVERY ABOLISHED to find another trio of such capable I I edge and an insult to our patriotic It is an interesting fact worthy ofj I the taking of testimony. The gov- I Thaw at the hearing before Gov

workers would be well nigh impossible. I citzens who have served the city.I note that of 584 automobile licenses j ernor and his counsel are holding a ernor Felker.
issued 98 of them went to i
Washington, Sept. 24.-Abolition of have lived in Orlando nearly thir- only semi-I conference at the mansion tonight. '
--- - nole county in the recent - -- - {( SPAIN TO TAKE PARTIN
slavery in the Philippines will be ty If there is
years. any one thing
urged in a' bill under preparation by characteristic of our people it is their Collector Martin has received the i
Borah of Idaho. Washington, Sept. 24. Robert new license tags for motor machines 24.-Edward i I -
Senator love of fair play. If you have any ; Washington, Sept. Special to The SentinelWashington
"The revelation of a human price Adamson, the former Atlantian who great chunks of wisdom to impart to. and will be anxious to dispose of them j I Fortson, of Atlanta, has been designated I Sept. 24.-The state
list of $30 for children 3 years old, was secretary to the late Mayor Gay- "the natives" use your name and as rapidly as the owners make it nec- !I by Secretary Bryan to take the I department announced today that

$60 for those of 14 and $100 for nor of New York, and is now occupying stand or fall by it. And when you essary. !(I Ii I i examination for the diplomatic service !I Spain would take part in the Panama
adults needs immediate remedial legislation the same position with Mayor make statements concerning material |I which he desires to enter. Both i Pacific exposition. An official stated

," announced Senator Borah Kline, will shortly enter commerciallife. and vital matters or insinuate thingsyou THE WEATHER [I'Georgia senators have indorsed Mr. that the difficulty of getting Spain

today. "I shall introduce a bill which He will become the secretary of may expect to be called to an ac- I I I, Fortson for some position in the dip- to accept was increased by the influ-

will.aim to wipe out slavery of every the Permutit company, organized in counting when you either misrepresent Florida: Fair Thursday. Friday'Ilomatic service and secured his designation -.I ence of Great Britain in persuading r

kind in the Philippines in the near Delaware with a capital of $12,000- or display crass ignorance. unseated, probably local showers and to take the examination, whichwill II Spain not to accept the invitation to t
future. 000. . ..:. .l JOHN M. CHENEY. somewhat cooler. I be held on November 17. I I exhibit. .



Marion county's new hospital,whichis i
now open, is located just a mile -- -

south of Ocala on an elevation and Announcement in\!rted in tr.i .'n.lmn.
If ,
you want the Best limited to fifteen lme > II\N :i'i lnt'Un.
Tampa will be supplied with the view from the windows and wide : Cash WIll! (required in advan,

. gas early next month. The mains.are verandas is said to be very attractive.The I FOR MAYORWe

now being laid. building is not entirely completed; CLOTHES : are authorized to announce' thai

but is enough so for occupancy. j Mr. James L. Giles will be a candidatefor
mayor of the city of Orlando
Rollins college at Winter Park is i' for the term commencing January 1. 9I

being put! in order for the opening A contract has been signed for the 1914, under the commission form of

which will take place on the first of St. Louis American ball club to come : MADE TO MEASUREYou government.

October.A to St. Petersburg and establish their'' FOR MAYOR I

training quarters this winter. The : The Sentinel is authorized to an- ) !
; that Mr. E. F. Sperry will bea
of fireworks will will be laid out !
grand display base ball grounds on the
I candidate for mayor in forth- "1
be a feature of the Interstate fair a site, south of the city, and work on now have the opportunity, coming city primary. His reputationis

this year, which has never characterized same will commence in a few days. i such that it is deemed unnecessaryto LEARN ABOUT

any of the former fairs held in for we have with us special j add anything to this announcement''
rep- concerning his eminent fitness for the our quality confections by a trial pur-
Pensacola.The The Spanish steamship Garcia left position. lie would fill the office in
I chase of a pound box of our
Pensacola Thursday morning with the resentative of Strauss & Bros., I i such a manner as to cause every citizen -

St. Petersburg public schools first shipment of cotton this season to be proud of him as the official CHOCOLATESBON
of Baltimore. He will be withus I head of the city.
opened with a large attendance. The and with a cargo valued at a little LIONS

primary department will be taught She sailed for Liver- FOR COMMISSIONERI
over $75,000.
"pointer" for the
this in the Woman's League for next three daysTuesday am a candidate for city commis-I person wantingthe
year pool. Among her she had 1,000'square j ,
cargo E I. sioner, and wish to solicit in this pub- best at a reasonable pricetheutmost
building, on the water front. and 197 round bales of cotton. Wednesday and Thursday this lic manner the support of all the i, in purity and deliciousness

I voters of Orlando who think that I am'' naintilpackt.d and in the original
News comes from Tallahassee thata qualified for that honorable and important -:
On next Friday afternoon the mem- week. shapes and variety of flavors.BUTT'S .
wealthy and prominent naval stores position. It is with a due regard -
bers of the Y.1.. C. A. in Tampa I !I for the honor and importance of :

operator near that city was fleecedout will entertain their friends with and I it that I enter the race. I hereby I Kandy KitchenWE

of $1,500 a few days ago by a open house. The lobby will be in gala'I' @ @ I pledge myself to perform the duties j:
slick stock salesman.The of the office with earnestness and to
attire for the occasion. One of the : ; the best of my ability in the event of I FIT GLASSES. GRIND LENSES

features that will be shown will be my election. Respectfully: .AM no1.1.. KINDS OF
first man to be hanged in the swimming pool with a class of I II. CLARK ROBERTSON.
Come in and see the Big Line of OPTICAL REPAIRING
Pinellas county will be Jim Preston,
. stunts.
boys doing fancy aquatic I FOR CITY COMMISSIONERI I
a St. Petersburg negro who shot and II I I hereby candidate
I r SamplesAT announce as a
killed his wife there some time ago. for commissioner, under the commission -
The streets in Punta Gorda being
The date of the execution has not are : charter, subject to the city pri-
been fixed. beautified by the planting of a :,I = i mary. I shall be glad to receive the i iI

number of royal palms and flowers on I assistance of friends and all who have i
each side. The water front is also to : faith in me and in my ability and..
Brown good intention to serve the people
Tampa is to have a new financial Lartidue's
be beautified by the building of a sea-- I in .
faithfully particular.If
every DR. I. H. RAMSDELL
to be known the Tampa
concern, as wall. Certain parks now under water elected I will' so arrange my business ii -

Savings and Trust company. It will will be reclaimed and a series of bo- i and other affairs that I will be OPTOMETRIST

be capitalized at $500,000: A new and tanical gardens will be maintained.A _. able to give full attention to public (Successor to Dr. 0. P. Likins)

handsome bank building will be erect- :matters. Respectfully, | ORLANDO, FLORID

ed for its use.Whitman swimming pool forty-five bv one I READ THE SENTINEL F FOR THE NEW S PROPERTY C. E.OWNERS HOWARD.TO : .

hundred and fifty feet in size, madeof ) THEVILLOLA
Mclntosh of Arcadia is concrete and provided with shaded! I am now settled in larger, brighterand

confined at Johns Hopkins hos- better quarters in the Rock build-
now seats, slides and other paraphernalia Modern, Home-like
at Baltimore where he went to ing, opposite the San Juan hotel,
pital of an up-to-date establishment, is to Prices Moderate

have a tumor removed from his brain.I be built by the Miami Beach Improvement rooms 1 and 2, which my increasing

The operation has been performedand i company just south of the big FRANK HYRESArtificial I business required.

is said to have been very suc-I pavilion on the beach at "?tIiami.A I am revising my sales list, and am SOUTH ORANGE AVENUENear

cessful. ready to list your city and country Lake Lucerne

I 1 property..
large kingfish, weighing twenty- StoneBuilding I
From all received from
The Jackson Leader says: "Jack- three ponuds, flopped up on the electric i my
I friends and business connections in
son county with her chain of three dock in St. Petersburg a few days
i J the North, I shall do a large business ORLANDO FLORIDA
hundred miles of hard roads is not ago and was captured by A. C. Patrick -
: this winter, and will use best efforts -
satisfied, but will continue to build manager of the Poinsettia hotel, Blocks Cement Brick House ;
to sell the properties listed with
until settlement in the is and A. J. Hoffman. The fish
every county ; i Foundations, all styles of Concrete J. C. ANN
a network of hard roads." from the water six feet below and me.I
Columns, and Balusters, also all kindsof have many satisfied customers,
landed the street track. .It
on car
Ornamental Concrete Work in Whiteor who became winter residents of Or- The e Boys' Clothier
The St. Petersburg school board has i was carried to town, prepared and
lando and vicinity by personal
completed arrangements to purchasetwo served at the Poinsettia hotel. Facings
efforts and they are now boosting for
tracts of land on which they in 45 W. Church Street
Orlando and
tend to build two new ward school t The Sentinel's facilities are complete -

buildings. The buildings will prob. for the proper production of all Phone 159-VVorks, Livingston Ave.onR.R. Yours CARL truly JANSEN, Nothing succeeds like circulation

ably be ready for use by the beginning -. classes of printing. Phone 24 for We have it. One ad, in the Sentinel
Real Estate, Notary Public, Fire
of the new year. your next order. I Insurance. 1m d&w, will show you the way.

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Apopka, Fla., Sept. 23.-Harry
Ustler has moved into the new bunga- ((PlTYAtlD \Jhe lElfto Success .

low recently built by the American COUNTRY DECIDING
Realty company on Fifth street.
Work has begun on the Jesse S. RESTATE )

Rackley residence on Sixth street op-

posite the Seaboard depot. [IMPROVED AN {

improvements Mr.corner L. 0.of White Sixth made is street on having his and extensive residenceat Park UmnpRovEi ,ORLANDO FLORI DA. pbusLic OTARY o Bear t the e "CADILLAC" "HUPMOBILE"r [ in rnin !

avenue, which when completed will ,
make quite an improvement and will I

be one of the nicest homes in our Real Estate For Sale:

town.G. 1
I Ii
Harod returned a few days ago ;
from a business trip to Clearwater Fine winter home and orange grove FARMS AT PRICES TO SUIT YOU .... -..
where he was
and St. Petersburg
combined; a fine piece of property; i
called as a witness before the circuit
this year's will amount to $5,000.
court. ,Also a Great Number of Fine City !

Misses Ada Lovell and Margaret I and Country Properties. Unimproved /
Zepp walked from this place to Or- Fully furnished two-story cottage,
Land in Any Size Tract You
lando, a distance of thirteen miles, for sale or rent; rent, $50 per month;I
Want, and Land for Trucking for
last Thursday and then attended a sale price, $4,000. Come or write j
ball in the afternoon. That is Rent.
quick if you want it.
some walking indeed for young ladies II I
for and on a
but they did it sport I I
wager. Our Apopka girls are game Fine residence lots in best part of i 1: The truth about the properties I II II

and do not fail to make good. the city, from $1,250 to $6,000. offer for sale is good enough. I
Mr. J. 0. Fletcher, who has been
spending the summer on his ranch in

Colorado, has returned to his family Suburban lake front lots, $150; reCall: I
on or write me for fuller] in-
here after an absence. of several stricted, high, healthy location. They' 4 " " " " " " " ',.," " " '" " ." " " " 'I++t
months. formation.are .
beauties and real
i iI
has to Chat- ------- ----- -- -
Alfred Eldredge gone

tanooga, Tenn., where he will meet I

his wife, who has been visiting in 21.2 and 5 acre tracts for sub- Correspondence in English, German
Alabama and Tennessee for the past
I urban homes, chicken or dairy. and Scandinavian solicited. MMMMMHOBMMMMMMMMMtMM
months. They are expected 1i"1
two >iMMMI3MMf : mmm.
home some time this week. I I I I

M. T. Anderson has gone to Cincin- CARL JANSEN

nati on a business trip and will be

away for several days. Real Estate Fire Insurance ;"r ;"iii"r I'

attending W. R. McLeod the G. A.is in R. Chattanooga reunion. and NOTARY, PUBLIC Gas Range For Your L CookingIn

taking in the sights this week.H.

D. Berry had the misfortune to Mike in Rock Building ORANGE AVE. Opposite San Juan Hole! "
our last "ad. we told you how convenient a gas range is for EMERGENCIES. Now
burn his hand severely last Saturday I
evening while handling gasoline at+I' - ------ i don't get the idea from this that a gas range is good for EMERGENCIES ONLY. Don't think

the McLeod store, where he is clerk- ROLLINS COLLEGE i that for a single minute! A Gas Range is good for all kinds of cooking-in fact (we tell you

ing. The fluid in some manner be- i this confidentially), a gas range is better than a coal or wood range because it is more convenient,

came ignited and his right hand be- WINTER PARK, FLA. I > cleaner, neater, cheaper, and always ready for use. It also takes up less room, makes your

ing saturated with the liquid also I Oldest College and Most Beautiful roughs adding machine, typewriters, > kitchen look better and eliminates all the unpleasant work and drudgery caused by cooking on a
ignited and his fingers were badly Campus in Florida. College,Acadtwo I instructors. New chemical and
burned causing him much pain for emy, Music, Expression, Fine physical laboratories, equipped with wood or coal stove. In other words, a gas range makes cooking a pleasure and every home should
Arts,Domestic and Indus- l'every modern device; analysis of soils, 1 have one. I
the time being. trial Arts, Business, fertilizers, foods, water preparation
Rev. J. D. Reneker, of Orlando, Normal Course. I for engineering courses. We can give you one for $14 or $75, according to your needs, and are sure we can make you

preached at the ,Methodist church Lakes, boating, swimming, golf, \ || | satisfied with any range we sell you.ORLANDO .
here last Sunday morning on the subject Twelve buildings, four dormitories, tennis, foot ball, basket ball: Four
separate rooms, steam heat, electric:consecutive years champions of State
of "Holiness. lights, fire protection, fine gymnain base ball.
Rev. T. M. Byars preached at the sium, no malaria, quarter million dollar Christian but Undenominational; L WATER AND LIGHT CO1
Methodist church Sunday night from endowment. Three teachers of Expenses Moderate, Scholarships I I It'IIOIIOI"'I"lllllllllllllell'lleeDII'll
the text, "What I Have Written I I music, $5,000 organ, a dozen pianos,I Available.two GAS DEPARTMENTSPECIAL
glee clubs, chorus class, orches- For Catalogue address the President,
Have Written. tra, superb new rooms for Business |i WM. F. BLACKMAN. I).,
IL H. Witherington and D. W.Clark I School, full banking equipment, Bur-i I Winter I'ark, !( + IIOII'1111"lellllll'IIIII" 0
, Ha.li I II' 118111111'11 0 0 MM I't 14 it Ie ; 1'1111110 II' a 11111111I11
made a business trip to Clarcona last i!
Friday morning.The i
new bakery, under the management I i I .

of Mrs. Smith, in the Wilkins : 111'11'1'111" I'D"I'II'OII'III"II Dt.f... " 1011"1'1'
building, has begun operation. .1 ..' "

Walter P. Newell contemplates the THE MARKET fl

erection of a new residence here at an PRICESr r

early date.Allison .
Witherington came home to I: Of Cleanliness Of Quality |

visit his parents here a few days'ago
after spending the summer in the FRESH AND SALT MEATS r

North and East. He has been engaged II
FISH AND GAME always have special prices but we
as a musician in New York and ,

Philadelphia during the summer. Kept under the best sanitary conditions. do not have sales.
H. II. Witherington made a busi-

ness trip to Sanford last Thursdayand Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh 1 Our plan is to take the money it would
that is
reports preparation being
'made to begin building new brick and pure. cost to make a sale, and put it into Real rd &

roads in the baby county. We invite inspection and satisfaction.
guarantee We haveeverything :
; such will be
The fine rains which have visited ; T Bargains, as to our custom
in the Meat Line. :
Apopka and surrounding country during +
the past week have been gladlyreceived

and will be of inestimable i I The PARLOR MARKET I t We mention a few articles that will goat =
value to the citrus fruit which was! III
suffering for lack of rain and in some I f reduced prices :

instances had begun to drop oif. H.M.Self&Co. Regular $2.50 and $3.00 White .Pique
The new concrete plant is turningout : .
some fine building blocks and cement Skirts at $1.74.
18.20 PINE
brick and is now ready for or-] STREET ]
ders in cement work. I I : Regular $1.50 and $ 2.00Vhite Skirtsat
W. T. Wilson, our popular postmas. I I: 96 Cents.A
ter, is having some additions.made to : .

his beautiful residence on Orange IIIIIIIIIIIIIH, I new line of Shirt Waists and Balkan
street, among the orange trees. The
new side porch will be a' great com- | MlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllMimilllll Blouses from 46 Cents up.
fort and adds much to the appearanceof
the home. LIGHT THE 25 Per Cent off on Shoes.

Harry Hewett has purchased a
beautiful building lot from W. T. Wil-
son on Park avenue and Orange

there street Mrs.,later D.and W.on.may Clark build received a residence quite an their who use Electric Signs never lose H. K nll r'' N w y rK Bargaill r[ Store UrlaililoSPECIALTYS ll

ugly cut on the forehead a few days way by choosing the wrong road to suc- ,

ago by a stick of wood striking her, cess. You simply cannot fail to attract new

cutting a gash about two inches long. customers if you use an Electric Sign. It acts :MMMMMMMMMIMMMMMM 'IIIII'IIIIIII'III"lla.1""I'I'II'I"llte.
Work will be started in a few days like irresistible tMMtMMMMMMMMMMMMIIIMMMMMMHMMMMMMMMMMM
an magnet, drawing all the
opening road from
now a county the -- -- ---------------
trade within its reach: That is the reason
north limits of Apopka at Park avenue -
and extending to Rock Springs, a they command the attention of buyers.
distance of some six miles. This will WRIGHT ,

prove a very popular road and will For Every Store OwnerNo REALTY&SBEDCO. .\.-C-E

give outlet to one of the most famous FOR REAL ESTATE '
springs in this section of the state. Thats Our Business
matter how small his business, the Elec-
We are glad to see this improvementgoing Florida. SELECT CAN OYSTERS:
tric is the Orlando 1 '
on. Sign cheapest and most effective FRESII FARM EGGS

The outlook for business along real advertising.

estate lines in Apopka is better now LIMESRowe
our Sign Designer to call and submit
than ever before at this season of the

year and some property is changing. a sketch. I IF YOU SHOULD MISS be sent
by special We
of late. Letters if from No Trouble to Us No & Winebrenner messenger.
hands inquiry - Expense to You. I YOUR PAPER LET US KNOW
I can not supply you, however, if we do
Northern people wanting information Room 11-McN eill& Dais HIM Several of the Sentinel carriers are not know about it.EVERYBODY'S.
concerning property in and around
I new to the work, and it is possible
Apopka are being received almost REAL ESTATE I I that all the subscribers will not get DOING IT
every day by the American Realty o W T[ &; U T CO1 City and Country Property I i their papers regularly. Therefore,
company, and if the signs of the times :
the of the circulation
I manager de. Automobiling. We are open for
do not fail this company will do an 'COOK WITH GASaHMiniimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii' Are you thinking about buying an partment wishes every subscriberwho dates, picnic parties, or a crowd for
extensive business fn real estate during automobile? If so, read the fails to his
get paper to notify an evening drive. Call 360 or ask for'C.
y the coming tourist season. ... tisement of. the San Juan ad\"er-j the Sentinel: office, and a paper will W. Willsy, careful driver.rAPOPKA .



1THE '\


South Florida SentinelMORNING Furnished the Sentinel by W. W. I ..
The Sentinel clips the following .
Yothers, of the Government Experi- A Furnished Home for a Thousand i .
AND WEEKLY editorial from the Tampa Tribune: .
mental Station.
JOSIAH FERRIS, Editor and Owner Dollars. j
-- "One dry goods firm in Jackson- For Weik Ending September 23, 1913. : " ' " " ' ' "
Entered at the postoffice at Orlando Florida ville had an eight-page advertisementin --- - - - For sale, a six-room house, fur-
as Second' Class Mail Matter. the Times-Union a few days ago. -Tewp-- nishtd, with screened kitchen, Sxl4; ;i : iI
SUBSCRIPTION RATES lot 481-2 by 1323-4 Eva street, ?
; near
;That firm showed its faith in Jack-
!sonville and its of Jacksonville Hamlin prove. There are several i
appreciation -
THE DAILY SENTINEL :.. fruit trees. Owner has
bearing good
such lavish "3C3 ;
One Year ................. ...$5.00 patronage of by in a u N :: 0 reasons for selling which do not af- !: I V RtAN
Six Months. .......... ..... .... 2.50 expenditure local money advertisingin ..;tt:: i *) feet the value of the property or the !
Three Months ........ ........ 1.25 a always paper.besieged Local with newspapersare requests w- a 1 0. extraordinary qualities of this fine ;! 1V

By news carrier in Orlando, 50 cents per from local merchants to boost home Wednesday ........89 71 .15 C offering. A bargain like this will 1k V
mvnth. Daily and Sunday. industries and enterprises and to urge Thursday ... ...... .90 72 . C not last long, so if you want to profit !> k -
The sale Orlando in Orlando Morning at Curtis Sentinel& O'Neal's can be foundon BookStore local people to patronize the home Friday . ....... ... .88 71 3.47 C by having read this ad. apply without | --.. --- -
and Wright Brothers. merchants. And the local newspapersare Saturday ......... 87 70 .12 C delay to j !
We will appreciate prompt complaint if doing this the year round. Yet, Sunday....... .. .84 72 .40 C THE SENTINEL, |
delivery is not promptly made by our carriers. comparatively few of these home Monday .. .... .... .79 59 .10 C Orlando, Fla.
Advertising rates wfll be furnished on ap. merchants show corresponding liber- Tuesday ... .... ...80 644.24 C
plication. ality in patronizing the home paper. (PC) Partly Cloudy; (C) Cloudy; 'I'III"DIII la"IDO I

Per year THE by mail WEEKLY postage SENTINEL paid........$1.00 Advertising like that done by the, (*C) Clear.YESTERDAY'S. will have a 1914Demonstrator !
Address THE SENTINEL Orlando, Florida. WE
Office 107 Court Street. Arcade Building. Jacksonville firm referred to is the i YOU USE AN OIL i
Phone 24. best method of encouraging the "pat- ARRIVALSAT
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1913. ronize home industry" idea. Many THE SAN JUAN STOVE? on :
concerns expect home people to pat.I
Mr. Sulzer was recalcitrant with ronize them when they are too close I W. J. Houlihan, Jr., Tampa; W. P. hand latter part of this
Murphy but he seems to be submis- and too narrow to tell the home people -i I Burnett, St. Louis; Guy Marvin, Jack- < > If so Be Sure and Ask for
sive enough to his legal advisers. through their home paper, what; sonville; J. E. Hart, J. E. Hart, Jr., I week.
''!Eddifield S. C. J. A. Morris, Jack-
o they have to sell. Yet these are ;
At Lima, Ohio, an angry side showgirl among the loudest in demanding that 'sonville; I. C. Lebolt, Memphis; Green "Gulf
threw a rattlesnake into a crowd. the paper "roast" those who send ,, F. Cannon, Jacksonville; J. D. Ramke +
But the kind they use in side showsare their money out of town. There I I and A. B. Ramke, City; A. B. Mc- I II i Kerosene"Burns
harmless.If ought to be reciprocity in this as in'!'|! Niece, Jacksonville; C. Christiancy, iI i ;
o- all other affairs of life. But the,I Jacksonville; W. H. Emory, Boston; I
every letter of commendation newspapers usually do the work with J. M. Dean, New York; M. Bronner, I Freely and will not crust
received by us was accompanied by a out the reciprocity." i! Philadelphia; E. B. Smith, Atlanta; I the wick. Has no unpleasantodor.

list of subscribers and the money, All that the Tribune says is true.)I I Karl Kolsgiski, Philadelphia; L R. .

what a work we could o do! Every newspaper it, and knows publisher it to has be true.experienced -':I:i Gemniell, Jacksonville, Jacksonville; W.; John McKeown E. McGraw -, j, 14fNi I 1.1IHIIIMIIMIIIIIIIHIMIIIIIIIillUII PHILLIPS & S SONS S

It looked for a time as if there The newspaper is a business and hasa I Atlanta; C. F. Beardsley, Jackson- Handled by Leading Merchants.
wouldn't be much interest in the race right to expect reciprocity. The I ville; Thos. R. Turner, New York; lil
for city commissioners, but now it Sentinel has no fault to find with Orlando C. A. Goldsmith, New York; V. V.
looks as if everybody and his cousin business men in the bestowal i j I I Sharpe, Tampa; Guy S. Davis, Tam- P.Walton, Agent
would run. ''pa C. C. Wilson, Jacksonville; W.
of their advertising patronage. Most, ;
Phones 450 and 269tllllllitMMHMIMMMM
o- of them have been liberal with this Mayer j! Cincinnati; B. Lust, Tangerine -
:\tiamiIetropolis: Orlando keeps paper, but we would like them to; ; Chas. R. Jordan, Jacksonville; W.
showing its wide-awakedness in ever know that the Sentinel has refused a!W. Martin, Ocala; A. R. Wrenn, City; I 4I HIIIIMieMIIIMIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIHIHIIIIIIIIIIUFOR
increasing number of municipal enter- page of advertising during the past'!',,S. P. Mace, Lake Larkin; B. C. Aber- I
prises. The latest is a plan for a week from out of town concerns that:i Inethy, City; A. A. Cook, Tampa; J. E. .
great white way.It offered competition with our home |McElmurray, Tampa; I. N. Binder,I
''Atlanta G. S. Foster Atlanta T. B.
o merchants. The paper has been ; ;
is no surprise to learn that preaching the "trade at home" slogan -j Mercer, Minneapolis; A. G. Payne, SEPTEMBER
Americans are the greatest consumers through its editorial columns. |j Jacksonville; A. McClurkin, Jacksonville -
of sugar in the world; we usea We believe in practicing what we ; E. L Hagin, Jacksonville;
great deal of it in our politics.- for i Chas. E. Glentworth, Philadelphia
preach, we desire to be both right
Philadelphia Press. and consistent. Thus it has cost the H. T. Howard, Jacksonville; L. C. Birthday Gifts--The. SapphireSEPTEMBER'S
o- Sentinel something to be consistent, Kavanaugh, Memphis; J. Edwin Rogers -
Miami Metropolis: Newspaper ad. but we have consistently refused to New York; T. L Beckwith, Jack-
vertising has accomplished wondersfor take advertising that sought to divert sonville; E. Robinson, Philadelphia;
wide-awake merchants has become trade from Orlando. We expectto Wm. J. Figuerra, New York; R. W.
both a science and an art and continue to do all in our power to Tanksley, Jacksonville; Sampson
has become indispensable when real New Orleans.
build up the trade of our home mer- STONE IS THE SAPPHIREEMBLEMOF
success is sought. chants, but we believe that we havea
More than 2,000,000 American
chants support the paper which is LET US SHOW IT TO YOU MOUNTED IN A BRACE-
farmers have-telephones and many of doing all in its power to support Remaining unclaimed in the Orlando,
them have automobiles also. Still, them. This is reciprocity. Florida, postoffice'for the week end- LET, HANDY PIN, BAR PIN, LOCKET OR RING, ANYONE
for some reason, the farmers' sons ing September 20th, 1913. When call-
keep on yearning for city life.-Chi- o- ing for same, please say "advertised." OF WHICH WILL MAKE HER EYES SPARKLE WITH
cago RecordHerald.The Ocala Banner: Orlando is putting W. R. O'NEAL, P. M. DELIGHT.
. o herself right on the highway of prog- Men's List.-Aldridge, J. T.; Bell,
new hats-those that are said ress. Her city council has passed a J. W.; Delaney, Emmett; Forrest, S. FOR MEN WE HAVE THIS BEAUTIFUL, CLEAR-
to need a shave-haven't struck Or- resolution agreeing to furnish the T. C.; Folding, W. E.; Hatshett, Wil-
current to those
lando yet, but Secretary Bryan is the property owners on lie G.; Hartlien, Roy F.; Hankens,
proud possessor of one, from whichwe certain designated streets, and will Eugene; Mitchell, Primes; Powell, L i LINKS.
judge that the Chautauqua busi- furnish the other et ceteras for making W.; Robinson, T. J.; Ransome, Mr.; .
ness is looking up. a typical "white way. Ocala will Rushman, C. D.; Rich, A. D.; Simmons -1
wake up some of these days and fall
o Johney; Signe, Pinchny; Taylor I
Col. Roosevelt went to the police into line with the marching proces- Adolphus.
station the other day and adminis- sion. Women's List.Colutaw, Mrs. -
I. .
tered the "third degree' to the butler -o- Hattie; Comartin, Miss Mae; Harris,
who stole his family jewels, but he Things grow more strenuous in Mrs. J. A.; Jones, Miss Sulch; Johns,
didn't get anything out of the butler. Jacksonville. Two county commis-I Mrs. Alice; Kellog'trs.. Cicelia; I T.U.vansthe Jeweler
Does seem that the Colonel has lost sioners started at each McClastor, Miss Eubice Lou; Reese,
out all round. guns the other day, and hurled such I Mrs. Pearly; Reese, Mrs. J. C.; Tucker -

o epithets as "crook" and "grafter" in Hattie; Walter, Mrs. Lizzie; Glo- OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE
Some men are born great, some each other's direction. If this keepsup ver, Mary.The .
achieve greatness and some have it the commissioners of Duval will

thrus tupon them-bat what shall we have to adopt a resolution that trouble with birthday reminis- EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING
say of Francis Ouimet, the young golf "Ev'ry genman shall leave his razzerat cences of famous women is that they '
champion? He has had more edito- de door.". I I never mention the year. I

rial notice during the past few days ..
than many statesmen achieve in a -
life time.

The Pensacola News o is still explaining San
the Bryan primary law. Goodness Juan Garage FALL MILLINERYWILL

knows it needs to be explained, but it
can't be; the more it is explained the
more complicated it becomes. It will
have to be worked out; it's like a jig-
saw puzzle-nobody can tell you howit I
works-you'll have to find out for

yourself. o are preparing to show our advance models of Fall Millineryas

railroad The terrific wrecks toll is not of realized death paid by the in Ore n Studebaker r "l 20" 1 1912 heretofore. We are following every avenue of style

most of us until we come in close con- information and consulting every well-known
tact with its tragedy-then we beginto ,

know what it means, and how recognized style creator to enable us to
important it is for railroads to exer- Toil Car .uilt ,
cise the greatest possible care at all place before you the Headwearthat
times for the safety of their employesand
passengers. The manner in which bears the stamp of
most railroads are operated in this anew tires
part of the world is, to say the least, correctness
indifferent to the great responsibilitythat

rests upon their o management. ., LOOK FOR OUR ANNOUNCEMENT

Ocala Banner Editor Bob Holly of $450 I II
the Sanford Herald, is just up froman I Then Come to See Us. We will Interest You.
attack of dengue fever, which he I
styles the "damyou" fever. This reminds -
us that Ocala has never had an I I *
original case of yellow fever, dengue
fever, or any fever of a kindred type.
One or two patients have come in MARION B. IVES
from other places with pronounced
types of these fevers, but they have
never been communicated to others.If We have the only tire with a written guarantee of EXCLUSIVE MILLINERY PARLORS

they are originated by mosquitoesours
5,000 miles-AJAX TIRES.
must be a harmless kind of McCALUlM SILK HOSIERY Second Floor BON TON CORSETS



Announcement of New Fall Dress and Silk GoodsFor

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 Whipcords 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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) The death of Robert T. Lees, one Fairfield, Ill., Sept. 21, 1913.
THE TUNER ''of Westport's oldest and most 'respected The Sentinel, Orlando, Fla.: Unusually fine pictures were shownat ITALIAN

ORLANDO.FLA. 1 citizens, occurred while'dress- We receive the Sentinel every. Sun- I the Grand theater last night, anda
J | ing yesterday morning at his late day morning as we go to Sunday large audience saw them. Of pecu-
: home on North Main street. He was school, and it's a welcome visitor.It liar interest to Orlando people was RYE GRASSMakes
Mr. J. J. Newell left yesterday for the head of the'well known firm of is read from start to finish. We the picture in which Mrs. Duncan C. '
Lees Manufacturing company, manufacturers are well pleased as to Orlando's progress i|! Pell figured. Mrs. Pell is well knownin
Arcadia. ;I a beautiful Green Lawn all winter.
of cotton goods, and was for the future and we are anx- Orlando, having spent several win-
I ;
Mrs. B. Lawton left yesterday for retired in business affairs when his iously awaiting the time, November,'ters here. The Grand can always be I We have some Fresh Seed.
Jacksonville.Mr. death. occurred. Death was due to to start for our winter home locatedon depended upon to show the best of

. :heart failure. Mr. Lees was very West Church street, Orlando, the motion pictures. It has no superior ,
Arthur D.-McMahon has goneto prominent in the town affairs and best town in Florida. Today we are in the state as an up-to-date motion. Order Now Before It Is Gone.

Centerville, Ind. spent most of his time in Westport sitting by the fire, the first cool spellof picture house. I I :
: except in the severe cold weather, the season. II | The musical program which was :
Mr. and Mrs. DeWitt arrived last when he remained at his winter home notice in this week's Sentinel that rendered by Prof. H. A. Newell's or- :

evening from Tunkhannock, Pa. I iin Orlando. Mr. Lees is survived by Bartow is planning for a boosting chestra was exceptionally good. ]I'''
I,his mother, Mrs. Thomas H. Lees; a campaign this winter. I visited that': FruitsandVegetablesReceivedDaily.CUT R l

Mr. J. E. Hart, Jr., of Edgefield,sister, Mrs. Samuel Wheeler, of Saug- town. last winter and I heartily agree i I Mr. J. W. Graves, the popular and:' .

S. C., is spending today in Orlando. (atuck; his wife and two children, Mrs. that they sure need a boosting committee ,' always good natured horticulturist, r i :
i I Mary Lees Tarlton of Bridgeport,and of the entire town to run an fruit and produce shipper, of Ocoee,':
Mr. George Dolive returned yesterday -''J. Augustus Lees, who was his fath-I excursion train to the city of Or-drove into Orlando in his auto yesterday -!1

from Eagle's Nest, N. C., wherehe 'er's right. hand in their business af- lando, spend a whole day, then return 1 morning with his chin raised toi" FLOWERS AND POTTED PLANTS.

spent several weeks. .fairs. Mr. Lees was about 58 years and go to work. It will be a day well 'an angle that precluded all possibility -

--.-- old and the notice of his death was spent for their benefit in the future. of his seeing his friends and ac

Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Whitman and received as a shock to his large circleof Am glad Orlando is to have a park,:quaintances. Without even a nod or| THE SANITARY GROCERY

daughter, Miss Alice, have gone to friends.-Bridgeport Evening Post. a commission form of government,'notice that he had been spoken to, he I
Coronado Beach for an outing. I and that other counties are joining in'exclaimed: "Oh, it's a girl, favors I! CARUTHERS & GORE

i I TODAY LAST OF THE with Orange county for a midwinterfair. her mama and looks just like papa." ;: Phone 200 6 & 8 Pine Street.IMMfeMMIMailllllllllllllllllliltl .
Mr. A. T. Gaudry, representing the THURSDAY HALF HOLIDAYSI Yours respectfully, i The last seen of him he was headed!)'
Southern Oil and Ink company, of| 'towards Kincaid & Snowden's furni-
Savannah, spent yesterday in "Or-!I II Today will be the last of the Thurs- P. S.-Later, Sept. 22. Monday !ture store, where it is supposed 'he I'
lando. day half holidays that have been in morning the house tops are all covered went to purchase a new matrimonial ,

I('I effect since June 1. There will be a with a heavy frost, first of the I fruit basket. The little lady came I DIXIE TABLETS

Mr. W. A. Helms, of Marshville,.ball game at the fair grounds, but season. I Monday night and both she and mama I I
N. C., arrived yesterday to spend aside from this diversion there is no I I are doing nicely and "Jim" is as happy -
several days with his brother, Mr. F..''special program for the day. The Mr. and Mrs. John Dozier will as a clam in high tide water. ,
L Helms. I holidays have afforded the merchants turn home today from Daytona re-I' II I I

II and clerks a much needed recreation -.where they have been spending Mr. Frank L. Smith, of Mossneck,I Will give every student-user the best
Mrs. T. E. F. Hoskins and children:each week from the daily routine and couple of weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Do-I,| N. C., arrived in the city last night I
returned last night from Saluda, N.'I' no objection has been found to it on zier will be accompanied home by t and will probably remain all winter. I Ii value of any school tablet. We have a large

C., where they spent several weeks the part of patrons. The last of the Mrs. Sylvan McElroy and infant son,I i I stock of both the "Special" and
very delightfully. holidays signalizes the close of the of Orlando, who have also been at FOR CITY COMMISSIONER II | "Alligator"brands
summer season. From this time on it the beach. The many friends of Mrs. I for commissioner hereby announce, under as the a candidate commis- :;| as well as all sizes of the famous
will be business-strictly business. McElroy will regret to hear that on sion form of
Among the well known residents of government, promising ,
Ocoee who were in Orlando yesterday -,I : Sunday night, while heating some I to give all necessary time outside of "Florida Series" which is better than ever
: milk for her baby on a gasoline stove, the office hours prescribed by the "
mingling business with pleasure I Miss H. T. Paul and Mrs. Briggs the stove exploded, and she received I charter, and subject to the city pri this year. Make a right start at school by
were Capt. B. M. and Walter Sims,and daughter, Miss Mabel, of the mary. If elected, I will honorably i!
J. "W. and George Graves.Dr. I I Eola Cottage, will return tomorrow, very serious burns. While very painful and fearlessly do my duty as a servant the purchase of a good tablet. They are all
I her injuries are not regarded as of the jieople. i
from Little Neck, N. Y., where they \
i i Respectfully
!serious, and the friends of this popular ,
R. M. Buckmaster, of Kirks- have spent the summer.j W. P. GWY'NNE.NOTICE I 5
I I young matron will rejoice that cents
ville, Mo., is among the newcomersin
| the accident
was no worse, and wish
Orlando. He is very much pleased I]j i Mr. M. W. Crossley left yesterdayfor i for her a speedy recovery.OcalaI OF ADMINISTRATOR DISCHARGEIn FOR FINAL
and intends to make this place his I i Jacksonville, where he will meet. 24th. A

home. His family are expected next I I Mrs. Crossley and son, Master Bill,I State Court of of'}lorida.County' Judge Orange County,

week. who have been spending the summerin I The Sentinel is in receipt of a pos I In re. Estate of A. B. Boston. I
II I Notice is hereby given. to all whom it may W. S. BRANCH
the North.Alderman I tal from Mr. Samuel A. Robinson,I concern that on the 25th day of March A. D. i .

Mrs. Campbell Gray, and children, I who is enjoying a tour through Yellowstone Martin 1914 I jude shall of apply said to court the, as Honorable judge of \Vm.probate -I The Arcade Book and Music Storeof
who have spent the summer in Ten W. M. Smith, wife and I Park. His friends will bei I IJ for my final discharge as administrator -}
J of the estate of A. B. Boston
nessee, arrived in the city yesterdayand two daughters, returned last night I glad to know that he is enjoying good I I and that at the same I will present dt'Ceased.1 .
will be the guests of Mrs. William -(I from a two months vacation spent in health and all the wonders of the court my final accounts as administrator I
said estate, and ask for their apPfOn!. WANTED
C. Gray, at Bishopstead, for the the mountains; of North Carolina and scenery in the great national reserva Dated September 24, A. D. 1913. Furnished rooms for FOUND-Lady's shopping bag. Maybe

coming month. l I Tennessee. tion. 9 24-6m-e4w GEO. E. WILLIAMS. Administrator. 1 I..apartment light housekeeping in good section, or, by furnished couple I had by calling at the Sentinel

_- :with baby. Rent must be reasonable. office, identifying and paying for this
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t'iReferences furnished. Address, "Im- notice.If .
," " " " " JIMMMMMIIIIIIIMIMIIItlMIMMMMMMIMMMHIMMMIM mediate," care Sentinel. 25-3t
matrimony were a more exclusive -
:;MONEY TO LOAN-Small amounts.
IDEGrand ,:| Inquire at this office, or phone 437. club so many would not have to
25-tf. be kicked out of it. .
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And the little Ford shall lead them. II

It's first in sales-first in economyand I 111111111111111111111111111111111111.

first in the esteem of those j

MOTION PICTURES who love safety, surety and com-
The Latest Fad in
of its wonderful sim-
Pictures Changed Dally. fort-because

plicity, strength and lightness. It Neckwear

leads in sales-service-satisfaction.
MUSIC Furnished RegularlyBy Velvet Cravats

Think what these prices mean-for the car
that hat stood the tests Runabout, $565;
Touring J6ao--f. o. b. Orlando, with all
equipment. Get catalog and all particularsfrom
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ADMISSION .. .. .. . ... ... .. ... 5 and 10 cents The home of Hart, SdJaUner & Marx Clothes '



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10 NICE LOTS, close in, $125 ea.'h
A young New Haven man return- Sincerity ,a deep genuine sincerity,
Home Journal Patterns $10 cash and $5 month with
; per n>
ing home from a health trip to Colo- is the first characteristic of all men in
terest lots 65x150 feet. Box 5..!
What You Want ;
rado, told his father about buying a any way heroiz.Carl'le.A \
silver mine for 3000. in all the new numbers 2w-eod

"I knew they would rope you in!" good name is rather to be chosen How You Want It FOR RENT

exclaimed the old man. "So you were ,than great riches, and loving favor at-

ass enough; to buy a humbug mine?" rather than silver and gold.-Pro- When You Want ItLtlMMHtmiiilMMjH FOR RENT-Good stable, also !.*'
ape, three minutes walk from !
"Yes, but I didn't lose anything. I verbs, 22:1. office. Inquire J. Van Buskirk n'-'I.'

formed a company, and sold half of Clerk's office. .'
the stock to a Connecticut man for The popular notion is that thereare For anything in the
7000. only ten commandments, but ev- line of PRINTINGcome FOR nEXT-Large, well fun; i,:.-j
cI room to persons wishing subui'
"Y-you did!" gasped the old man, ery married man can assure you thereare STOREA to us and we accommodations; also 2 acreL ar u

as he turned white. "I bet I am the many more than that number.- will guarantee you trurk land, close in. Good oppr.ity .

one who bought it." I New Orleans States. I satisfactory work at prices for right person. Addre>> *

"I know you are," coolly observedthe I full line of Lace, Embroideries, d that are RIGHT. Sentinel. ..n

young man, as he crossed his legs; "What is an ultimatum?" asks Miss FOR RENT: -Store room on the .v

and _tried to appear very "much at Sadie Tilbury. The poor, dear girl, : Ladies' Muslin Underwear CH06ll>OMttniMlillMIMUNNIMAKEUS corner of Church and Ga'' and

home.-Providence Journal. lacking experience, doesn't know thatit -- streets Size of store 34x70 i 1" -:j

is the last thing a wife says to her : and Gingham (I opening for dry,goods, shoes and c.u l

husband before going to sleep.-New Notices of Lit, Wanted. For Sale For linery store. \\. M. Slemons. i I-II im
FIXING HIS NATIVITY Orleans States. : For School Dresses i Rent, etc. for this column. :J5c for one day.
SOc for three days or lac for one week fur
25 words or !le.s. Money must accompany FOR SALE OR RENT
"Are you a native of this town?" : i the advertisements for this column, an no

asked mountains.the traveler in Tennessee The Cathedral SchoolEAST :; Next Door to Evan's Jewelry Store I insertions will be made on credit. FOR modern SALE house.OR RENT-Seven Phone 515, 01'-' c1l m

MISCELLANEOUSThe dress Box 85. >h
"Am I a what?" languidly asked CENTRAL AVENUEOrlando's - -
the man as he rose to a sitting posi- Select and Sentinel does ,
Boarding ---- COTTAGE, barn' and five acre ,f
tion. as good as the best.
School For Girls I land for sale or rent Inquire of
Day Read The Sentinel "Want Ads"
"Are you a native of this town? Every Day
I Money to loan on improved prop- J. Schnarr, 41) West Church trt'f
"What's that?" Reopens Wednesday, October 1.
; erty. S. Y. WAY. 16tf.
"I asked whether you were a native Primary, Intermediate, and College MMtlMMHiitlllllMIM eHMMIMHMtiCIMHMiH I i

of this place?" Preparatory Grades. I ASK your grocer for Jackson. Square LOST AND FOUND

Suddenly there appeared at the Also Courses in Music, Art, Elocution Coffee. 6-21-tf. LOST-Liver

open door of the cabin the man's Domestic Science, Physical Cul- I city tag 91. colored Please pointer notify Bmts with
ELECTRIC VACUUM CLEANER MONEY to loan. Phone 437, or in
wife, tall, gaunt and sallow. After ture. .1 Kandy Kitchen. ?f
: quire at this office. 18-tf
carefully scrutinizing the intrudershe Twelve specially trained Teachers. WANTED
said: Individual attention. Loving care. FOR SALE ----
"Ain't you got; no sense a tall, Ira? REV. RODERICK P. COBB, A. M., I ,WANTED-Plain sewing of all!)
lie means was yo' livin' heah when Principal. FOR SALE-New modern five-room I kinds. 13 Church street, over iafonte
I house, centrally located. Apply this theater. '.).i.imo
born born after
you was or was yo' I office. 7-1 d & w tf .
you begun livin 'heah. Now answer MASS MEETING : Have your room or house I"

him." I I FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE for cityproperty <
There will be a meeting of white
: cleaned without dust or troubleof I $450 upright piano, nearly -:: Fresh and
citizens at the council chamber, on Sanitary
:i I new; also 5-pasenjrer Buick, in j i ,
Wauchula has the bungalow idea.A Saturday, October 11, 1913, at 7:30 : I '! good order. Chamberlin, Box 144, ;i

company has been organized; and o'clock, for the purpose of selecting : moving furniture : .Orlando, Fla. ,23CtAl : the BESTOUR
: I.
incorporated there to build these at- a city executive committee and trans. I.
: FARM FOR SALE-On easy :
tractive little homes for sale to citi- acting such other business as may terms, or would exchange for income '. CANDIES-MAKING THEM
zens and new comers. The companyowns come before the meeting. property in any city between .
fine sites and its work will M. OVERSTEERT, Chairman. The Pierce Electric Co. send an Experienced Jacksonville and Tampa. Chamberlin,;:
Box 144, Orlando, Fla.: 23-6t I Sanitary-as they are made
count materially in improving Wau- JOSIAH FERRIS, Secretary..11111111111'lllt11111111'. ,
i'Ii clean, and every piece wrappedin
chula as a place of residence. At the man. i FOR SALE AT SACRIFICE-Set of' : wax paper.

same time Wauchula is talking of a : (37) store fixtures, platform scales, '
Stimson computing counter scales, Best-as we use best grade of
modern hotel and the plans as an-
SEE THEM FOR TERMS :'etc., costing $200. If sold at once" everything on the market.
nounced indicate that it will be builtin $100 will buy all. Address Chamber- ,

time for the winter patronage. ;lm, Box 144, Orlando, Fla. 23-Gt
Getting Prices on your Will appreciate if will
Wauchula is putting up a record of -- -- -- - you give
Brick and Stone Work ,
FOR SALE-100 of
acres good pine them a trial.
growth exceeded by no town in the
Before Building. : i and hammock land on the east side
state and south Florida is proud of Phone or Write of Lake Apopka. This tract of landis Mayer, Galentin & Mayer
the burg with the "W. W. W." slogan. The PIERCE t ELECTRIC T I "ln exceedingly good for citrus growling -

-Tampa Tribune. Acme Brick'and I I UUI" | I,its virgin and trucking.state. Also The city timber lot, 74x210 is in 134 SOUTH ORANGE AVE.

StoneVorks o feet, fronting three streets, Orange 111.llliIOI'IIDIIIIIIDIII.Ioney .

. Want ads. in the Sentinel are the UH URCI-I STREET avenue, Jackson and Boone; centrally
MAITLAND, FLORIDA located; fine hotel site. Call on
means of selling and renting property CHAS. A. DALLAS, Prop. address Mrs. W. T. Walker, Orlando, to loan on improved pnp
when all other means fail. I ......IIIIIIIIIII.I.II..t ..11111111111..IIII.11115QIIII0++3110111111.1111111 i Fla. 9-11-lm erty. S. Y Vt \' \\

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TO those -wHoWe Know Us

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 j

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We bid for your We extend liberal

business on : credit to all and

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the merits of R M make special

our ? < 5 terms to those who

merchandiseand ,:'rfl wish it.


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lowness of our We do a large volume

prices i- '' rv of this kind of business.WE .


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

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


: KZincaid. & Sncrwcien .


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

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of the best HARNESS Li stock at all times LYLII 1 I II LIU

Buggies for sale---We Solicit Your Business

r ain Yeitic'aI llift Mow
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Superior(10 others in its Light Draft and SimplicityThe

Principal Points Characterizing:

.,. df '' Compensating GearsLong Pitman Shaft-
Alignment of Cutter Bar-Centering the Knives- L T
Vertical Lift- Adjustable Draft Hitch- t

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any form of advertising by I l'I'II"'III'I"'II'II"'I'I'II'I III"al.. ..,.1011..0.,11..0.-. .....'... ., 'DIII..I.I..IIII..II..
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its fruits. That form of business ,
Pure Food StoreWhat

profitable publicity is returns.best which to the gives advertiserand most O ORLANDO O BANK 4 & I TRUST I COMPANY r rCapital
leaves his business permanently hou> wife ha;.not racked her brain in an effort to decide what
bettered. In promoting the buying, toha\eon the table? Something a httte different than the regular
stereotyped menu, to tickle the palate, and bring a smile and a word of
of com
selling or exchanging praise from husband. No necessity for perplexity any longer. Let us
modities by persons not engaged in solve the problem.For and Surplus and Undivided Profits 13000000.
regular business, the classified ad. is instance, how about these for tomorrow dinner?
of Resources over Three-quarters ol a Million.
the very best form exploitation.
Heinz Sour Midget Gherkins 35c
Sentinel want ads. are known by their
fruits. It is their generous fruitageof Select Pickled Onions 35c ..... Statement As Rendered to the Comp
profits that makes them popular Chili Sauce . . 25c ,,, troller at the Close of Business
H = t : June 30th, 1913
with advertisers. SPECIAL FOR 1HIS WEEK ONLY : 3 Cans Tomatoes tae ; :
As b I fn+ 1 RESOURCESBanking
Beginning on November 1, Lake 1 I s House, Furniture
Worth will have an express agent; in PURE FOOD STOREPhone ": r > and Fixtures ..........$ 25,867.37
addition, there will be a ticket and Loans and Discounts ..... 355,589.33
freight agent at the railroad stationof 2 03I"'II'III""I"II'II'I"I'I'II"II"I"'III'II'I # y Overdrafts ............... 83.98
the Florida East Coast railroad, 0" r Stocks and Bonds ........ 26,018.33
and a telegraph operator will occupy : Cash on Hand and in Banks 254,088.114
the quarters set apart for him when .
the station building was erected IIMIIMIIIMMIMIMMUMMIMMHIIHMIIIIIIIIHbut : ;- $661,647.12
Lake Worth Herald. ;

The automobile speeder should be Innoc rr T ITr once LIABILITIES'. '. "I>. ,, ... -Jt... ," Surplus and Undivided
restrained for self-protection, even r 4 t Profits ................ 33,889.11
though the protection of the public i .....i Deposits ................ 527,758.01
were not considered. However, the @ i ....\
safety both of the autoist and the I! $661,647.12
public should be conserved.Do RIGHT NOW we offer two propositions on TERMS OF $10 !
DOWN AND $10 PER MONTH. Every young man in '" wig I The officers and directors of the Orlando -
it today-subscribe for The Orlando should embrace this chance to begin or add to his k f ; ,' Bank and Trust Co. desire to
Daily Sentinel. estate. ekkr call the attention of its depositors and
1 1 friends and the citizens of Orlando
SEMINOLE PARK LOTS R, i to the above statement The management -
i t f- 1 of the Bank feels that this showing
On the Map Before Seminole County ; t I reflects the conservative, sane and
Inside Lots $100. Corner Lots $125. r progressive methods employed in this
Money and six per cent interest back one year from the date i"1 1 financial institution. Strength begets
you complete purchase if dissatisfied. I confidence, and strength is no where
displayed better by a bank than in
I TMPA YQ ,\\t > United States Government, State and County Depository healthful statements to its patrons.
Near Lake Underhill. Finest grove land and finest grovesin
Orange County. Develop a grove on jour monthly spare .
I change. PRICE $50 PER ACRE. Timber practically pays .ilMillMMMMIilMMtMIMMIMiilliMIMiMMimillHtMMIIMMIMMMIIIW.
IT IS JUST AS EASY for clearing.


:I until you own. the deed. M. SLEMONWe
To say "Give me a dish of
Cream as it is to omit
Room 2. Watkins Block.I"IIIII"'I'II'IIIIIQ .
the name-why do you do : ;

more it money., when real you by VALUE saying get so for POINSETTIA much your :.: HMIIIIMttMIIMtl'COME ur fall Goods Are No ow Coming In

It's better becaus ewe make it
11 Un flUB fl1 NOW
10. no trouble no expense no effort
is omitted or considered too SEE lift 1lBBU1 ON
., great in order to make POINSETTIA We sell high grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co.
the standard of purity OUR SALE
and quality. made by Schloss Bros., of Baltimore. "King Quality" Shoes.

ALSO OUK Bo\s' Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand. Elliott's Table Linen and Towels.
IU for tale
in your _townV.W.ESTES&CO. Pants and Overalls made by Sweet, Orr Dry Goods from II. B. Claflin & Co.

New Felt Hats ,,, & Co. Best place in the city to trade.




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BARBER and Complete.SHOPModern r For r The Next n hi .. Stylish and eSiviceaIe are and ccessories at fconmnical Prices

Everything new, individual Suits for men, women or boys. If you intend to spend the holiday out of
electric attachments at every I': We will be pleased to list both city and county : Dresses for women and girls. town do not forget these:
chafr. No atone has been left : : Straw or felt hats or caps for man or boy. UMBRELLAS
unturned to make this shop property, both improved and unimproved. A postal or New Neckwear. PARASOLS

meet th erequirements of the : telephone call will bring a representative.Mini Crepe and muslin waists. RAINCOATS
most particular. Plenty of : Wool and cotton dress skirts. Suit Oases, Grips or Trunks A Complete
room. Courteous attendants. : Balkan blouses. Line.


Proprietor. : Come IB and pay us a visit anytime just to look around. We feel sure 1M will see
Orange Art. Orlando, Fla. : something to interest_ )"II.i .
-We can get you a buyer if you : ,
advertise in our want columns. I
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Louis C. Massey, President
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J T. Ptetoa Warlow. Vle..Pm.Howtri L Watn. ..., Calt9r Two Engage in "Scrap" and Are ..

C. Babcock AM Culver Sunuel A.Newell Last CU0 Tried by Court Martial .

The Boy Scouts who left Orlando

THESTATE I Monday evening at seven o'clock The Only "

reached Clear Lake, their camping

BANK ert ground An Davis advance, about, Clarence party an hour composed Magruder later.of, Rob Phil I III STATES[ DEPOSITARY[r

Frye, and Bill Lewter, had all the
tents ready for the main body of

scouts when they arrived. The boys IN ORLANDO

of Orlando had gotten supper before they left

I town.

Camp routine was established the

THE OLDEST BANK L\ THE CITYOF next morning. Taps sounded at ten IS ,
l r
o'clock that night, and the boys t .

turned in, but they didn't sleep much,

and were ready to turn out again at
five in the morning when reveille was

sounded. Flag raising was the first

the and this provedan j '
thing on program mss' i'i
The Bank which transacts more business than NO X0069
impressive exercise. The day was

any Bank between Jacksonville and Tampa spent in playing games and on a fish-

ing trip. The third and fourth pa-

UNITED STATES, STATE, COUNTY AND CITY roles took a long tramp nearly half

DEPOSITORYThe way round the lake. In the evening

Don Evans and Kenneth French

joined the party, having come out THE U. S. TREASURER
large patronage of this Bank has been built up from Orlando. The boys had a great
sends his deposits to us (as do our ever
its business frolic Tuesday night, when a partyof
during twenty years by conducting on sound increasing mail depositors throughout the
them slipped into the tent of one
principles with careful attention to the legiti-
banking .
surrounding country)
of the larger boys and tied his feet

mate wants of customers. The confidence of the publicis up to the top of the tent. The guards

reuected in the large amount of deposits. heard the noise, but thought it was OTHER NATIONAL BANKS ..
caused by cattle. Later there was a"scrap" deposit with us for the credit of the U. S.
Average deposits First Quart er of 1913, $900,000
between two of the scouts, it
Treasury any sums they may owe :
which resulted in a court martial of

FOUR PER CENT PAID ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTS the belligerents and the culprits were U. S. WARRANTSare
"' sentenced to guard tent, spending cashed by us, and charged to the U. S.

Our correspondent banks are located in every part of three hours in confinement yesterday.The Treasurer's account.
will be broken this after-
the world and include some of the largest Banks in the camp
noon. The experience has been a fine
United States.ROWLAND one for the youngsters, and they have

all enjoyed the outing. does this, nor is a United States depositary -

their advertisements to the con-

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High Class Motion Pictures

TO FIND HIMSELF TELLS ALL ABOUT IT Program Today's Changed Program Daily

3 Big Reels 3
"Out of the Past" (Crystal). A 1

GROCERYMANThe COUNTRY AT LEISURE supported by all-star company.
"Oh, You Flirt" (Imp.). An irre-

last Sunday's issue of the New O'rlnado sistible Imp. comedy.
Sept. 24, 1913.
York Sun contains a story of a newspaper -I "Strength of the Weak" (Powers).
man who came to Florida, after Editor Sentinel: A strong dramatic feature.

he had lost about all he had in the I feel that it is due our good county "Lightning Sketches," by Henry

way of health and wealth, and found and her good people that when a man Mayer. This picture shows us some New Fall Dress Goods !

such a haven here that he has told t settles amongst them he, if pleased, wonderful cartoon work by a great

the world about it, but without revealing should tell them so. Nearly ten years cartoonist.

his name. The Sentinel was :ago my wife and I, after traveling Matinee, 2 to 5. Night, 7 to 10.

not slow in locating one of the char-I i around the states and Canada for two Admission 5 cents to all.

acters that he personated in the story I years, came to Orlando, just like thousands -

as John S. ,Rowland, Orlando's groce-I I of others, simply to see-with S. A. JOHNSON FOR I

ryman, and sought Mr. Rowland for I no thought of buying. Within a weekwe COMMISSIONERMr. I II

confirmation. He admitted his partin both agreed that it looked good I

the story, but refused to reveal I and we bought our present home from S. A. Johnson is connected withno

the identity of the writer. That partof I Dr. Walter Scheidt. We also bought faction, but will be a candidate : FIRST SHOWING OF THE NEW NOVELTY DRESS

the article which deals with Orlando other orange property. We have free of all entanglements. He will

and Mr. Rowland follows: I spent ten happy years, have paid Dr. give his whole and undivided atten- : GOODS DIRECT FROM THE BOTANY WORSTED MILL,

The business section lay well within i:McEwen for two visits to treat a cold tion to the business affairs of Orlando. :
!for wife aside from this
the town's core, and coming into it I- my ; neitherof He will uphold commission gov. :

wondered where a kindly Providence us has ever taken any medicine. ernment in all that the word implies. SHOWN BY US IS THE LATEST IN STYLE, QUAL-

would guide my steps. One of the II My property from the oranges has always He will endeavor to be just and fair :
paid a good interest and I have ITY AND DESIGN. DON'T FAIL TO MAKE AN EARLY
first stores I saw was a big grocery to all and will be pleased to have any :
establishment. It looked prosperousas I sold all excepting my home for twice or all citizens ask him any questions :
paid. My home grove pays OUR
though it had been transported as to his policy or platform. :
I I ten cent on four times what I
from a big Northern town.I paid He will give Orlando an honest, I
I for it, and gives me an ideal home .
looked it over for a moment, then clean, progressive government. He :
free of rent. From a business stand- YOU WANT TO BE UP-TO-DATE BUY YOUR SUIT
has solicited the nomination :
stalked in, walked along the aisle, set I never
point our experience has been
very and does not want it but will sacri-
with canned fruits and confections, ,
I,I satisfactory, and we are as much in AT YOWELL'S. WE HANDLE THE FAMOUS PRENT/ESS
to a point where I saw a baldheadedman I fice his personal inclinations and
love with
leaning against the counter. The I Iman's 'I the first week.Florida I today do not as hesitate we were serve the people of Orlando to the GARMENTS, WHOSE STYLES ARE ABSOLUTELY CORRECT -
face had a beam to it, a twinkleof I I I best of his ability.
say that I can take five acres of land
the eye as though he were'perpet-I I Yours truly, EVERY DETAIL.
here and make an independent living
C. A. R. I.
ually on the verge of I.I
|!on it. I have recently visited many I:
laughter. It looked like the of I
| I;
sections of Florida, and they are alII
face that would with BASEBALL RESULTS IN
sympathize me.jI
good, but to me I have seen nothinglike SPECIAL'HILE THEY LAST
approached him, not with the our own Orange county and her

feeling of the man down and out. I Orlando. Our freedom from insects to The Sentinel 1 LOT OF TURKISH AND HUCK TOWELS, REGULAR

was borne up by a confidence that I alone were the lands of equal fertil- National League Results

had to get what I was after. To my ity, would force me to this section. Pittsburg, 3; Chicago, 2. 20c SELLERS; SPECIAL,

demand he could not say no; there The one thousand fresh water lakesof New York, 2; Brooklyn, 1. 14 cents each
was no "no" because family wouldbe
my Orange county puts her in a class Philadelphia, 0-11; Boston, 4-6.
hungry at 6 o'clock. And hungeris American League Results
by herself when it comes to climate,
an ugly word that gives men more breezes, comfort and beauty of scen- Boston, 9; Philadelphia, 10. 1 LOT HUCK TOWELS, REGULAR 15c SELLERS;
incentive than any other in the language -
drives and scourges them to ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATIONAll SPECIAL, _
their duty.There Last year Florida shipped eight
million boxes of fruit, Orange county 11 cents each
is something curious and interesting furnished Odd Fellows and their famliies
two million of them. Orange -
about the psychology of are cordially invited to attend the an-
county shipped last
such a situation. What we must have season five thousand cars of vegeta- niversary of the Rebeccas Thursday,

we get. When we go after a thing bles when at 8 o'clock. All visiting Odd Fellows
; yet you ride around the
like I went after that bill of groceries and Rebeccas are also welcome.
country you are amazed at how smalla
there is no denial. MRS. M. DOUGHERTY, N. G.
of her
part acres are tilled. Our i
I said to him in no whimpering lan- farmers never seem to be very busy,

guage but straight from the shoulderas yet the banks are full of their money. AT THE LUCERNE TONIGHT N. P. YOWELL

honest man to honest man: "I ama Orlando is making improvements today -

stranger. I live five miles and a I that equal those of many cities Three Fine Films

half oat"-mentioning the station. "I four times her size. The money is all "Mystery of Tusa"... . . American

have no money just at this moment home made, and it is the Cracker The Lie That Failed". Thanhouser

for reasons which would not interest I boys that are financing these improve- "Runa' Plays Cupid"... ...Reliance .. MllllillMMIMiMli MM 1..11111".11111111.

you. But I have ten trunk checks for ments. -

baggage which is at the station. Take These fertilized, and they are as good as the HAPPENINGS AT ALTAMONTE: r home. Mr. Tracy and family will '! which caused the refrigerator to topple .
thoughts cause one to wonder first After these are I I I '
them as security and give me $5 why of these fine crop. gone : I visit Manchester, N. H., en route to,I over and fall on his leg, which
lands are not will raise a crop of cabbage and'so
worth of groceries. Sept. 23.- visit Mr. Tracy's parents. will incapacitate him for
put into cultivation. When in the it all the time. There Altamonte Springs I out
goes seemsno
The looked with I Mrs. E. Turner is Visitng her brother of the pasture for few
man at me, smiled genially -(I North this summer, visited many limit to what can be done with School commenced yesterday a days.
took the trunk checks and'*!cities and was greatly impressed with Florida sand. So I say three cheers Hyer, of Forest City, as teacher. er, ) Osteen, at Fern Cottage, Oak The sudden change in the temperature -

looked them over and slowly passed the poverty of the poor. The discom- for Orange county and her good Mrs. N. H. Fogg and daughter, Knoll Grove. to cooler weather seems to be a
them back to me. forts from Miss Grace Lewis will leave New very welcome change, but it
to which returned never
they Osteen
are accustomed things. I saw a Cracker yesterdaywho Mrs J. W. I
"Give this York today for her home, and will attend gets too for
gentleman $5 worth of makes one wonder why a man will endure put eight thousand good dollarsin Jacksonville Sunday, where they had warm me at Altamonte

goods and charge 'em," said the bald- such a life when the world of- the bank last year from the pro- spent a few days and to bid daughter' the Cathedral school in Orlando I Springs.

headed man to the nearest clerk. By fers such good things almost for the duce raised on six acres. Can any- and sister, Mrs. J. M. Tracy and family -!: during the present term.

chance I had struck the proprietor.I asking. I am now eating my second body beat it? Great is Florida and good-bye and Godspeed them on i'I I Mr. Fogg met with a slight acci- FOR RENT-To adults only, five fur

gave the order, told the clerk to put crop of watermelons from the same wonderful is Orange county, Florida.H. their journey to Seattle, Wash., where dent yesterday while helping to makea nished rooms; modern. 406 Colonial .

them up, that I would be back. vines. July 10th I cut the vines back, C. McDANIEL. they expect to make their future refrigerator. He made a misstep I I Drive E. 17-6t-eod